It's possible to be both pregnant and a student at the same time, but it presents unique challenges.
At the dedication for the Children's Grove in Stephens Lake Park, Columbia residents reflected on their favorite places on Earth, in honor of Earth Day.
Columbia artist Mary Anne Flesch uses a wide range of materials to produce unique pieces of art.
Heather Green sustained an injury to her foot that led her to sit out a season of her track and field career. She's back in action now, but she also is a full-time law student at MU.
During the Balkan conflict in the late 1990s, Vasian Markollari fled with his family to Missouri. Six years after his last visit, he takes us on a trip through his home city in Albania: the capital, Tirana.
In honor of Mother's Day, we'd like to hear about what your mother has passed on to you.
During the Mizzou Black Men's Initiative Alternative Break this year in Dallas, one freshman discovered the importance of compassion and brotherhood.
Certified dog trainer Steven Bishop gives insight to canine behaviors that could lead to biting.
The fundraiser will include a silent auction, walk, K-9 unit demonstration, contests, an obstacle course and a cake walk.
Members of MU's secret societies share their experiences about how Tap Day changed their perspective of campus life.
Jamie Melchert has served in the Missouri National Guard for 16 years. Melchert said he is grateful for the experience gained and the lessons learned from his career at the organization.
The feeling of accomplishment after a good session in the garden overpowers the sore, out-of-shape muscles. Looking out over the patch (whether a few square feet or a few acres) after the work is done brings up feelings of hope and optimism for the year.
Megan Blakemore lived in Sturgeon until she was 20 years old. In this photo essay, she describes her hometown pride and discusses the value of small communities.
David Dearnley performs predominately solo, singer/songwriter original, acoustic music.
I don’t really understand why race is so important to the identity of someone because I always thought that people saw me as just me.
Test your knowledge of Easter traditions by taking this quiz.
Males in the LGBTQ community are disproportionately affected by sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. The Men’s Leadership and Activities Network wants to help change this trend.
MU alumnus Doug Hardesty enjoys taking photos of nature in his free time.
Peace Studies Professor John Kultgen invites the public to attend a panel discussing the long term affects of anti-Vietnam War demonstrations that were held on campus in 1970.
The short season for Columbia's seventh-grade track and field teams has begun. The teams from the area schools gathered last week at Battle High School for the season opening meet.