John Hall shares pictures from a warm day in mid-Missouri.
John Hall details several species of birds he found over an unusually warm December weekend.
Thanks to the new MU Compliments page, the warm fuzzies have been spreading across campus since Friday morning.
It's easy to stand up against victim-blaming on Facebook or with your friends. It's harder when you're talking to people you don't know very well.
John Hall shares photos of birds from over a decade of photographing mid-Missouri. He has used five different digital cameras to take the photos since Nov. 2001.
The MU campus needs a better understanding on the subject of rape.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye moved to Columbia in 1987. She wrote a poem about discrimination called "Discrimination Made Simple."
Drool over tailgating food and fawn over babies and dogs supporting the Tigers in our gallery of the most noteworthy fan photos from this football season.
Taylor Dillard, a sophomore at Rock Bridge High School, wrote an essay for Mrs. Marilyn Toalson's class entitled "I Love You."
The Missouri football team played more home games in 2012 than in any season since 2006. Can you answer these questions about those seven games?
Craig Rooney, from the Missouri Contemporary Ballet's board of directors, talks about Thursday's choreographic installation performance.
Missourian reader John Hall shares photos from his most recent trip to the park.
Adults should have around 30 minutes of exercise a day, but people have become more sedentary over time, said John Thyfault, director of the Health Activity Center. What keeps you sitting?
To commemorate the Tigers' first season in the SEC, the Missourian will be awarding those who demonstrated excellence in game day fashion and festivities.
Even though I was tired, sick of dealing with coupon and sale-crazed customers, and hungry — I survived working Black Friday.
MU journalism student and art lover Karen Rodriguez talks to fine arts student Ryan Johnson about why he loves what he does.
Tiger fans were not impressed with the Missouri football team's performance Saturday night, and many expressed their disappointment on Twitter.
Mary Clare Agnew, a senior at Hickman High School and a student in Nancy White's Creative Writing Class, shares a fictional story.
Librarian Brandy Sanchez talks about an upcoming trivia night, where participants will be challenged with literature-related questions.
Holts Summit resident Donna Kinder thinks two overseas deployments and an extensive military career can provide a good example and create a level of respect.