Several years ago, I re-discovered a road map for life itself, an ancient teaching that is like a spiritual GPS, directing our lives with thought-by-thought precision.
John Hall, a frequent contributor, snapped photos of robins trying to stay warm.
As high school students in the mid-Missouri area celebrate high school's final dance, you can test your skills on matching these prom scenes to their respective movie.
The future bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kennedy Conner of Signal Mountain, Tenn. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stephens of Columbia.
Holly Hmielewski, a Stephens College junior, snagged two first-place awards and landed a major $10,000 prize last month at the Fashion Group International of Dallas Career Day Awards.
Susan Reeves, the regional director of advancement for Great Circle, shares information about a movie outing that took place on April 20.
Share one word that best describes your mother in preparation for Mother's Day.
A reader asked why roads are narrower in certain areas and why parking spaces can be smaller than others, and we answered.
The Columbia Metro Rotary became involved in the Partners in Education volunteer program in 2003 to help students improve their literacy skills.
MU senior Andrew Patchell has dedicated more than 1,000 hours and 150 nights of service to giving safe rides to MU students with STRIPES. He shares the best tips for being a successful designated driver.
MU alumna Cara Stuckel served in the Kingdom of Morocco as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer. This is her experience, as told by Melissa Gilstrap, a student communications assistant in the MU Office of Undergraduate Studies.
Christa DeMarke, the creator and author of the lifestyle blog c. jane create, shares the perfect dish for a rainy day — crockpot chicken tortilla soup.
Walter Hrycaj, director of the School of Metaphysics, shares information about an art show that will take place April 26 to 28 at the School of Metaphysics.
Monica Cook, an MU senior studying textile and apparel management, has created a weekly video series called "The Young Entrepreneurs."
Columbia second-graders learned about many different kinds of birds on April 25, as part of a collaboration between the Columbia Public Schools science office and several local organizations.
One person sits in a rocking chair on the corner of Ninth and Broadway for three days without getting up, while fraternity members solicit donations for cancer research.
Carrie Boone is an Army wife, mother of of four children, and an advocate for those who suffer from chronic illnesses. She writes an open letter to Dysautonomia.
John Hall shares his photos from his mid-Missouri surroundings.
Robert Behne has been taking pictures at Eagle Bluffs for many years, ever since his mother first showed him the area 20 years ago.
Women of the Earth began this fall as a way to let students work with facilities to promote earth-friendly efforts on campus, said freshman Maile Wortham, the group’s president. She's hoping the club continues to grow over time.