Dianna O'Brien, a freelance writer, shares her thoughts on historical preservation and the properties added to the Columbia Historic Preservation Commission's 2013 Most Notable Properties list.
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Pat Brown, the chair of the oratorical committee and member of the Downtown Optimist Club, shares the first, second and third place winners of the 2012-13 oratorical contest.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her latest poem, which is inspired by the warmer weather Columbia experienced over the weekend.
MU graduate Steve Coller tells of his service with the Army Security Agency in Vietnam and what lessons he learned from it.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares some verse that has helped her learn vocabulary in Spanish.
This year’s awards will be presented at 6:30 p.m. March 9 at Conservation Auditorium. Women are recognized for humanitarian work and work in education, politics or creative arts.
The Women’s Leadership Conference is a supportive and educational event to help women, specifically those at the collegiate level, develop their leadership and professional skills.
Sandy McCann of Columbia was elected as district governor for the Missouri Lions District 26-M3.
Jessica Coghill, the marketing director for the Tim Heinsz Memorial 5K Run/Walk and Jim Devine Memorial Dog Walk, shares what the event means to her.
Sharon Viles, a member of the Missouri Contemporary Ballet board of directors, talks about an upcoming ballet performance.
Orr Street Studios is hosting Second Saturday For Kids on March 9. Marketing intern Katie Rapp discusses the theme and project opportunities.
There was snow — and lots of it. Frequent Missourian contributor John Hall was able to snap some photos of birds after the winter storms.
Michelle Windmoeller, a local cyclist, shares her passion for cycling. She also wants to encourage more women to get involved in the cycling community in Columbia through her weekly riding group, Rococo Rides, which begins in March.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff, academic coordinator for the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, discusses the 7 p.m. showing of "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe" on March 1. The film will be shown in 106 Pickard Hall in conjunction with the ninth annual Life Sciences and Society Symposium entitled "Claiming Kin."
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Brad Siegler, a senior journalism student studying strategic communication, is the co-founder and CEO of Bottlcap, an app that brings subscribers coupons, drink specials and other content tailored to a specific location. Here, he details his experience creating the app.
Missourian reader Alexandra Rather visited a rally for climate change in Washington, D.C., earlier this month.
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