Rockin’ Against Multiple Sclerosis, or RAMS as it’s more commonly called, is an MU philanthropy that has been thriving for more than 22 years.
Gov. Jay Nixon has suggested extending the school year by six days. We're interested in finding out how this change could affect you.
Bridget Kapp, an MU senior, is directing the Newman Week Musical, "History of the Bible: Part II," at the St. Thomas More Newman Center. She gives some insight into what her involvement with Newman Week has meant to her.
Chantelle Moghadam, a freshman at MU and Los Angeles native, discovers Columbia's local music scene is very much alive.
A local blogger raves about the newest addition to Columbia's Chinese food scene. The restaurant is located at 3510 I-70 Drive S.E., Suite A.
FROM READERS: Doritos’ Goat, Budweiser's Clydesdale ads and more win big with college students in MOJO Ad Bowl
MU students from MOJO Ad ranked and rated this year's Super Bowl ads by originality, youth and young adult (YAYA) relevance and "tweetability."
Michael Marberry is taking his life back after five years of non-stop gaming with a bicycle trip from Columbia to San Clemente, Calif. He describes how he came to this decision and what he hopes to gain from the trip.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares a poem about Missouri weather based on her experiences living both on the East Coast and in Columbia.
Lots of progress has been made in the present day parenting world. Traditional roles have been challenged.
High school students write about their expectations of involvement in school policies and the mixed messages they get from adults.
A former football player's brother writes about the racial climate at MU in the late 1950s, and how black players like Norris Stevenson and Mel West were received.
After spending time in the Missouri National Guard, Tom Holt went to MU to pursue a degree in civil engineering.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares thoughts and memories of the recently deceased Cardinals legend Stan Musial from friends, family and former minor league baseball players across the country.
In 950, Missourian reader Billie Silvey was in a safety movie with the St. Louis Cardinals ballplayer.
There's more to hidden talents than burping letters and using grass as a musical instrument.
Brad Bryan, who leads worship at the Altar at Olivet at Olivet Christian Church, says his service provides the community with a service that is a balance of traditional worship with contemporary themes.
Larry writes that Stan Musial's "humility, caring and warmth set an example of how everyone should be treated, no matter who they are."
Harvey Hoffman, a local lawyer, was present at Stan Musial's last game in old Busch Stadium. Hoffman writes that Stan Musial is the final loss of his childhood memories.
John Hall writes about the first baseball player he ever heard of, his hero, Stan Musial.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of PS:Gallery, talks about "Beauty and the Beholder," the Columbia Art League's current exhibit.