Greg Mortenson, author of “Three Cups of Tea,” the book chosen for this year’s Mizzou Reads program, spoke at Jesse Auditorium on Tuesday.
Chinese students give and get new perspectives at MU.
The author of six books of poetry will read some of his work Thursday as part of a fall series presented by the Center for the Literary Arts at MU.
The libraries canceled an earlier plan to reduce acquisitions, thanks to the reallocated money from MU administration and contributions from donors. Worries still exist, however, about rising costs for journals.
Two Columbia men pursue degrees in nursing at Columbia College after losing their jobs at 3M.
Carol Loomis, an MU alumna and senior editor-at-large for Fortune magazine, returned for the Journalism School's centennial to participate in a discussion about how magazines and newspapers need to change to survive in a digital world.
The day-long closures will occur during all home games to save on operating expenses during the complex's little-used periods.
The gift is from Robert L. Hawkins Jr., a law school alumnus, and his wife, Elizabeth Hunter Hawkins, in honor of Dale A. Whitman, who was a professor and dean of the law school from 1982 to 1988.
Located on the northeast end of Francis Quadrangle, the Reynolds Journalism Institute houses a revamped journalism program and an institute seeking to revitalize an industry.
Owners of Tan Time LLC, which operates The Spa, are still operating through a restraining order despite MU's attempt to shut down the service over the summer.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and UM System President Gary Forsee both oppose the petition, which calls for the federal drinking age recommendation to be knocked down from 21 to 19.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate also said he would bring more private money to colleges and universities.
Here is a list of Wednesday's events and the week's tours and exhibits for the MU journalism school's 100th anniversary.
The Journalism School invites Columbians to join in its celebration of the past and its approach to the future. Many events remain open and free to the public.
Around 20,000 invitations were mailed out to J-School alumni for the centennial celebration; 1,900 tickets to the party have been sold. When we asked alumni why they weren't coming, many blamed the economy and the time of the celebration.
The county has been unable to hire a medical examiner, and MU has provided forensic pathology services for other counties.