Former MU students Joanna Demkiewicz and Kaylen Ralph founded "The Riveter," a women's long-form and lifestyle magazine, at MU in 2013. The pair will travel from Minneapolis to Columbia this weekend as part of the magazine's subscription drive launch.
Get a behind-the-scenes social look at the 2015 True/False Film Fest.
A Rock Bridge High School student's Twitter exchange with Peter Stiepleman ended with a special delivery.
MU senior Rachel Brackney shares her experience as an intern and volunteer at Frederick Douglass High School.
Lou Kujawinski is a member of Sacred Harp, a group that sings using shape notes. Kujawinski shares more about the group and his experiences.
MU freshman Hannah Feagan shares the lessons she's learned moving from a small, rural town to Columbia.
The Missourian wants to know how much attention you're paying to the upcoming council election and your expectation of council duties.
We talked with vendors, entertainers and customers at Saturday's farmers market at the Parkade Center. We also asked vendors about the challenges of a winter farmers market.
MU graduate Erin Heatherman is raising funds for an animated short film about three musicians competing for a crowd's attention.
Burger bloggers, Mark Dahl and Richard Hauschild, evaluate Columbia burger restaurants based on the burger, sides, service, ambiance and location.
The sport is not especially popular in America, but once people expose themselves to it, they're usually hooked.
Margie Crosby's award-winning artwork was inspired by her aunt who had Lou Gehrig's disease.
After meeting another player at a roller derby match and watching a YouTube video, Joshua Crabtree was sold on playing hurling.
The Missouri General Assembly honored the state champion Battle High School football team Wednesday in Jefferson City.
"The Vagina Monologues" member Samantha Franks wants to stop talking only about abuse and start talking about survival, too.
Molly Deimeke, a survivor of a traumatic brain injury and member of the Brain Injury Support Group in Columbia, shares her story.
For MU student Josh Ejnes, comedy is a chance to play a character and escape his anxiety for a while.
Clyde Bentley says he's becoming "one of those really annoying old men: deaf as a post but sitting in the corner humming at increasingly high volume."
Furry friends throughout Columbia have been enjoying the snow. Here are our favorites.
Sometimes Maria Effinger, a member of the MU track and field and cross country teams, has to make sacrifices. But when she gets ready to race, those sacrifices are forgotten.