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Mark Dahl and Richard Hauschild are on a quest to find the best made-to-order burger in the Columbia area. Here, they detail their experience at Columbia's Mad Cow.
Shawna Johnson, Executive Director of Access Arts' School of Service, talks about an upcoming workshop featuring the photographs from Dr. Adrienne Hoard's exhibit, "Hiding in Plain Sight: Symbolic Messages in Indigenous Art."
Margaret Prezioso-Frye remembers her family's favorite place to go in Columbia: Boone Tavern.
Nine MU fraternity chapters were picked for having a collective member GPA above the university average and awarded an academic achievement banner.
Bob Taylor shares his personal history with the Niedermeyer building and his thoughts on a proposal to demolish it for student housing.
Photographer John Hall took a morning drive on Sunday and saw plenty of fowl afoot.
Julia Bush, who is on the public relations committee for Mizzou Dance Marathon, shares her experience of becoming a friend with a Dance Marathon Miracle Kid.
While I certainly hope to find personal success here, I’m proud to be part of a community that itself has been so successful in the last decade.
Paxton Keeley students drew their favorite celebrity in Carol Stoddart's art class. Take a look at some of the portraits.
Katie Rapp, a marketing intern for Orr Street Studios, is excited for the "Longviews" show — on exhibit now until March — and the Art of Food event on March 20.
With Thursday's ribbon cutting ceremony, Columbia Regional Airport now offers flights to and from Chicago, Dallas Fort-Worth and Orlando. The Missourian asked ceremony attendees and other Columbia residents what other destinations they'd like the airport to offer.
The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys volunteered at Feeding America food banks across the state, beginning in Columbia on Jan. 28.
Jasmine Cooper is a sophomore textile and apparel management major at MU. She keeps a blog called Fashion Stories, where she hopes to inspire young women to be confident in their own skin.
Students at Derby Ridge Elementary School were invited to come to the school with their families for a free night of fun on Friday as the school’s Family School Partnership hosted the first-ever “Candy Land Dance.”
Ricardo Restrepo shares pictures he took of bald eagles flying around the MKT Nature and Fitness Trail and Twin Lakes Park.
Research from the Center for Applied Linguistics found immersion requires students to think harder during the learning process because lessons are in another language, thus giving bilingual students a better understanding of what they are being taught.
Missourian reader Jen Lee Reeves shares her story about her 7-year-old daughter, Jordan, winning the Women's Intersport Network for Columbia Inspiration Award.
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The Missourian's From Readers section will have its first birthday this weekend. To help celebrate, the Missourian will randomly pick people who have contributed to the section to win prizes next week.