W. Arthur Mehrhoff will be singing in the MU Choral Union on April 25. He discusses the background behind one of his favorite songs that the group will sing.
Jim Weber, a 1963 graduate of Jefferson City High School, believes that one of the most profound lessons he has gleaned from his time in service is the importance of being a "servant-oriented individual."
Mike Best, the creator of BOCOMO Bikes, shares a descriptive account of a beautiful bike ride during which he felt balance.
MU senior Sara Bryan discusses what Earth Day means to her and her thoughts on the environment.
Robin Friedrich shares her baby's journey with hydrocephalus in the hopes of raising awareness and encouraging research for a cure.
Jessica Plumart reflects on the experience of shaving her head at MU Dance Marathon's Main Event in a show of support for the Miracle Kids of MU Children's Hospital.
Hail as large as golf balls struck Columbia on Wednesday afternoon.
Gene Robertson shares stories of a black men in the Columbia community who are giving back.
Robin Acree, the executive director of Grass Roots Organizing, shares the group's Tax Day activities in Columbia and discusses the reasoning behind them.
Steve Swope writes that physical and emotional wounds will not be erased by attempts at justice, and he encourages us not to give into hatred.
On Saturday, the four Columbia Lions Clubs and the Hartsburg Lions Club went to Rock Bridge High School to serve lunch to the participants in this year's Special Olympics spring games.
The Ten Ideals is a concept that dates back nearly a century at Stephens, a list of 10 virtues that Stephens women adhere to. This year, the entire group has embodied creativity, President Dianne Lynch said.
All the Boston Marathon runners who listed themselves as being from Columbia have been accounted for and appear to be OK.
Shane Epping shares the story of his family's journey, in text and photos, and of his daughter, who died one day before she was born.
The editor-in-chief of the Stephens College literary magazine Harbinger shares the reasons behind why she writes and what the magazine means for writers and readers alike.
Melinda Schnyder, a former Columbia resident, gives her advice on where to eat, drink and what to do outside if you are a first-time visitor to Columbia.
Jennifer Sprague, a mother of triplets, wrote this essay a year ago about the difficulties of obtaining medical benefits for same-sex couples while pregnant with her children.
Phil Pressey announced Wednesday that he will enter the NBA draft. Fans react and dissect his decision.
Local photographer John Hall documents an argument between Sally and Sylvester Sparrow, disgruntled tenants in one of the birdhouse properties John rents, as well as the doings of several other backyard animals.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her short story "20th Century Mythology — Woman Still the Root of Evil" with the Columbia Missourian.