The primatologist and activist discussed her past research and her current environmental goals.
The MU Division of Information Technology said it is working to resolve the issue.
At Westminster College, Geldof tackled the theme of the annual Hancock Symposium, "So, You Say You Want a Revolution? The Arts and Culture in Action" saying that when art and politics collide, they form the basis for social change.
The Missouri Students Association emailed a video titled "Enough is Enough" to MU students Tuesday morning along with a letter that encouraged students to attend Safe Mizzou 2014's Personal Safety Fair. The video features students and administrators speaking out against sexual violence and assault in the MU community.
A concert by mbira artists Fradreck Mujuru and Erica Azim will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday evening at First Presbyterian Church, 16 Hitt St. MU English professor and mbira player Anand Prahlad, who organized the event, hopes the concert will bring awareness to the African instrument and the culture surrounding it.
From the dusty attic to the showroom floor: Thomas Jefferson's restored grave marker has finally found a home
Thomas Jefferson's well-traveled, historic epitaph will be showcased in Jesse Hall after renovations are complete.
Through "The Hidden Treasures of Rome" project, previously unstudied artifacts that have been stored in Rome will be researched by MU students and scholars until Dec. 31, 2017.
Columbia College's president has issued a Madden NFL challenge to students at the school in which the winner has a chance at free textbooks for a year.
A National Science Foundation grant will fund the Science ARTreach program between MU and Lee Elementary.
The UM System hired the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management to advise UM System President Tim Wolfe's sexual assault and mental health services task force.
Jane Goodall reflects on her life studying chimpanzees, her current role in conservation and activism, and why it all matters.
Jon Meacham has written six books about American history, including "Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power."
Community members expressed excitement in anticipation of seeing the famed primatologist and activist speak.
The A+ program gives high school graduates who meet certain criteria reimbursements for two years of classes at a community college in the state.
The Columbia Fire Department responded to a structure fire in Hudson Hall around 1:51 a.m. Sunday. Assistant Fire Marshal Brian Davison is investigating the incident.
Several events next week will celebrate MU's 175th anniversary. They start Monday and will conclude on Friday. Events will include an inauguration for Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.
This year, Green Dot and Title IX educational sessions have been added to MU's Safe Mizzou 2014 agenda. The week's events begin on Monday.
Nixon announced the release of the money Thursday, after lawmakers concluded a veto session in which they overrode 47 line-item budget vetoes and 10 vetoes on other bills.
Bush and Keller Auditoriums, Rhynsburger Theatre and the Odd Fellows Lodge were added to the list of 2015 True/False Film Fest venues.
A panel of MU law professors, clergy and other community members encouraged open dialogue about the issues surrounding Michael Brown's death and discussed how communities can move forward.