MU student Megan Schultz writes about how she stopped complaining about insignificant inconveniences and started thinking differently about her advantages.
Fourteen Boone County firefighters climbed 110 flights of stairs while carrying pictures of some of the fallen. Lindsey Chandler was there to photograph the event.
Fourteen women in MU sororities will be selected to travel to help build a school in Nicaragua in June 2014.
Author Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her experiences with overcoming fear to become the woman she imagined.
The Stephens College Historic Costume Gallery will exhibit "Bohemian Rhapsody," which features counterculture from the 1920s and 1970s.
We want to raise money for Look Good ... Feel Better by putting on a charity fashion show in April 2014. The goal is to have women from central Missouri who have undergone cancer treatment strut their stuff and stomp out self-doubt with their fierce catwalk.
Ted Noelker, editor-in-chief of The Maneater student newspaper, made the decision to cut back on publication. He explains his excitement over having a weekly newspaper.
USAgain is a for-profit company operating in Missouri and 17 other states, with the mission of keeping textiles out of landfills and giving them a second life.
Share your game experiences with the Missourian by using the hashtag #MIZ2ATL on Twitter or Instagram.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the "I Have A Dream" speech, the Missourian asked readers what causes they would march for today.
Matt Fischer invites fellow entrepreneurs to weekly startup gatherings.
A Missourian reader writes that he would march for the fundamental right to vote.
In the past 50 years, people around the world have marched for topics as diverse as animal rights, energy dependence, marriage equality, abortion, education and gun rights.
Researchers plan to highlight the value of collaborative research on MU Research Core Facilities Day on Sept. 12.
Ryan Occena, Ian Faust and Jacob Dey earned $10,000 each for their achievements in the fields of music, engineering and medicine, respectively.
John and Joni O'Connor are concerned about the future of energy, but they believe they've found the solution. The sun.
This is one reader's description of what school was like when she was young. Share your memories here.
No matter how long it's been since you were in school, we're wondering if you find yourself shaking your head at the experiences school kids have these days and how those experiences differ from your own.
An informational meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Armory Sports and Recreation Center.