Former reporter, MU professor emeritus recalls President Kennedy's assassination 50 years ago.
A retired journalist who worked at the Missourian when Kennedy was shot describes quick work in the newsroom to make the afternoon edition deadline.
The poem stems from a "film-noir-esque" story narrative the author, Zachary Pannell, is writing. In the scene, a movie director writes the poem to a Hollywood detective who is investigating him.
Tommy Goszewski is planning to spend time in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia during a year-long trip he'll begin in August 2014.
Joe G. Dillard, a long-time Columbia resident, reviews the book, “The Deserters: A Hidden History of World War II” by Charles Glass and shares his own connections to Glass' story.
The foliage has faded and the temperatures have dropped, marking the end of our CoMo Fall project. Highlights from the photo album are included below, and we invite you to relive the beauty.
Columbia resident Bonnie Chasteen is an artist and editor for the Missouri Department of Conservation. Her exhibit, "Faces, Places, Figures, and Food," will be at Orr Street Studios from Nov. 19 to Dec. 1.
After returning from a trip to Appalachia, Greyson Holliday wanted to try to do something to make a difference. That's when he decided to start the Young Socialists Club at Rock Bridge High School.
Julia Moore, an honors student and junior at MU, is a health sciences major and initially started the certificate because of the overlap in credits she has acquired for her degree.
By transitioning to digital portfolios, students can better understand and reflect on what they've learned.
Georgia Morehouse is an active volunteer in the community, working for the Women's Symphony League and the Missouri Symphony Society. One of their yearly events, the Piano Student Showcase, is on Nov. 16.
The Mizzou Cupcake Club meets once a month and has a different theme that uses new techniques.
Carol Kelley came to Missouri to support the Florida Gators, but she ended up reconnecting with memories from 53 years ago.
Melissa Gephardt, an MU student, recounts her struggle with trichotillomania — a disorder characterized by the compulsive urge to pull out one’s hair in response to stress, anxiety or depression — and how she eventually learned to accept herself.
Cole Karr, an MU strategic communication student graduating in December, has lived in Missouri for most of his life and has made documenting landscapes a hobby. He took these photos at various mid-Missouri locations in September and October.
The “Pearls of Production: Women in Agriculture” conference is an opportunity for women involved in livestock production (specifically sheep, goats, beef, swine and forages) to learn about agriculture issues and gain hands-on training in livestock production with guidance from other professional women.
What moment in Columbia sports from this year will you never forget?
Dagorhir is a Medieval Combat Sport many confuse with LARPing, or Live Action Roleplay. Medieval Combat Sports are different in that they are strictly skill based. You live or die entirely because of your skill with a blade, rather than a magic spell or arbitrary hit points.