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W. Arthur Mehrhoff of MU's Museum of Art and Archaeology asks: What is the proper place in a modern, public university such as MU for traditional values such as honoring the nation’s war dead?
Since 1987, Geography Awareness Week has been celebrated in the United States every third week in November. Take our quiz about Missouri geography and learn something (maybe) about the Show-Me State.
Ritcha Chaudhary will present “Yoga and Spirituality," a 50-minute lecture at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 15 in Pickard Hall. The lecture is related to the museum’s current exhibition, “Seeing the Divine in Hindu Art.”
In 2006, Dale Deraps' 19-year-old son was killed in Iraq. His son's death inspired him to organize an effort to establish the Honor and Remember Flag as an official state emblem for people who have been killed in action.
Local veteran John Clark recounts his experience as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, and how it has fortified his faith in family, God and nation.
John Hall appreciates the scenery his state has to offer on a drive through rural parts of mid-Missouri. He shares photos taken during his trip for others to enjoy as well.
The Rock Bridge Performing Arts Department is presenting "Urinetown: The Musical" Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. They are also having a performance Sunday at 3 p.m. The performances are in the school's Performing Arts Center. Tickets for the event are $7.
Last month, Columbia Metro Rotary presented its annual Literacy Development Award to the Columbia Public Schools' Title I program.
Test your knowledge of the Tennessee Volunteers, the Missouri football team's next opponent.
Annette Triplett wrote about her recent sweet potato harvest.
John Hall, a frequent From Readers contributor, snapped photos of birds enjoying some free food.
MU Tiger Challenge is a game that rewards participants for sharing their fan experiences. Competitors can win $100 each week. Cast your vote to help someone win.
Rebekah Laupp, a Hickman graduate and Drury University diver, qualified for NCAA II Nationals.
On the morning after Election Day, we took a look at mid-Missourians' reactions to statewide ballot proposals, and to other national political issues.
Amy Meyer, associate curator at PS:Gallery, talks about the Holiday Hang-ups Exhibit in the PS "Hallery." Submissions are due Saturday.
I appreciate the fact that so many students on campus were dedicated to this year’s race for the presidency.
To tap into some of the pride around voting, the Missourian caught up with voters and their “I Voted” stickers today at polling places around Columbia.
The Columbia Missourian is gathering observations, reactions and pictures on social media from mid-Missouri voters on Election Day. Check back to see what people are saying.
The Missourian is keeping an eye on voter reactions as election results come in. We'll be updating the story as more results become known, so check back in with us throughout the night.