A former football player's brother writes about the racial climate at MU in the late 1950s, and how black players like Norris Stevenson and Mel West were received.
After spending time in the Missouri National Guard, Tom Holt went to MU to pursue a degree in civil engineering.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares thoughts and memories of the recently deceased Cardinals legend Stan Musial from friends, family and former minor league baseball players across the country.
In 950, Missourian reader Billie Silvey was in a safety movie with the St. Louis Cardinals ballplayer.
There's more to hidden talents than burping letters and using grass as a musical instrument.
Brad Bryan, who leads worship at the Altar at Olivet at Olivet Christian Church, says his service provides the community with a service that is a balance of traditional worship with contemporary themes.
Larry writes that Stan Musial's "humility, caring and warmth set an example of how everyone should be treated, no matter who they are."
Harvey Hoffman, a local lawyer, was present at Stan Musial's last game in old Busch Stadium. Hoffman writes that Stan Musial is the final loss of his childhood memories.
John Hall writes about the first baseball player he ever heard of, his hero, Stan Musial.
Jennifer Perlow, owner of PS:Gallery, talks about "Beauty and the Beholder," the Columbia Art League's current exhibit.
Photographer John Hall shares photos from a cold morning drive with his dogs.
In honor of Inauguration Day, we've compiled a list of memorable quotes from past inauguration speeches. Can you guess which presidents said the following quotes?
Nathan Tiemeyer is a teaching pastor at The Crossing in Columbia. In this post, he reflects on four challenges of being a parent.
Reverend Dhammaruchi William B. Edwards explains the practices at and benefits of a recent meditation retreat held at the Vipassana Buddhist Church in Jefferson City.
The Missouri Mental Health Foundation conducted this interview with Aaron Likens, a St. Louis author with Asperger's syndrome, who was concerned about the public perception of the disorder.
Beth Winton, who teaches gifted students at Jefferson Junior High School, writes about Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel speaking to her class and how she keeps her students informed on complex current events.
Reader Scott Wilson invites you to the first Artrageous Friday event of 2013, in downtown Columbia on Jan. 18.
From homemade sodas to "mature kids" menus, Scott Rowson, who publishes the food blog Show-Me Eats, reviews food trends he expects to take hold in 2013.
Preston Martin, 11, of Gentry Middle School, won a creative contest through Scholastic Book Club, scoring prizes for both himself and his school.
Sarah Dresser with Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs writes about starting the new year with a bucket list of arts activities.