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.
Missourian reader Jonathan Bommel explains that having a dog with a hearing disability is not as tough as you might think. In fact, he says most of the time he even forgets his Dalmatian, Arey, is deaf.
Artists to bring Civil War history to life for its 150th anniversary through art and music.
Mary Ann Anglen details her life, which has been full of adventure, service, learning and travel.
Brad Willis writes: "I can explain to my kids that Green-Beckham doesn’t play for the Tigers anymore. I’m not sure I could explain to them how I’m rooting for a coach who values winning over doing what’s right."
Scott Kronk works largely with thickened acrylic-based media and pallete knives.
MU student Darron Edwards Jr. creates instrumentals for rappers and singers for mixtapes and albums. He is a producer who enjoys working with people and their creative visions.
Najeebah Hussain, a Rock Bridge High School student and Web comic artist, illustrates her response to a girl's remarks about an exchange student's English, stressing the beauty of America's "great Melting Pot."
On Saturday, the city held its annual Kite Flying Day at Douglass Park. We asked children and parents what they remember about the first time they flew a kite.
The mysterious package recommended that the seeds be planted April 1.
Although eating healthy and working out may not immediately result in changes to your body, there are other benefits that are well worth the effort.
Once high school rivals, seven Rock Bridge and Hickman alumni have come together on the Missouri track and field team in pursuit of the same goal.
From sandy beaches to giving back to the community, Columbia residents traveled near and far this past week for spring break.
The Facebook page Humans of Mizzou shares the thoughts, goals, accomplishments and fears of MU students through their own voices.
Mark Swinney, CSB (Christian Science Bachelor), will offer thought-provoking revelation during a public talk at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Columbia Senior Activity Center at 1121 Business Loop 70 E..
1984's Band Aid and other musical projects for charity have had short lifespans and only momentary influence. Artists like U2's Bono haven't seemed to inspire wider support.