Facebook allows users to indicate if they are single, dating, in an open relationship, engaged, married or “complicated.” Anne Meyer, a psychologist at the MU Counseling Center, sees both benefits and drawbacks in this rapidly evolving form of friendship and intimacy.
Although Jim Joy, director of MU Parking and Transportation, plans to install security cameras in all MU parking structures in the near future, few students are convinced it will curtail crime.
Michael Eric Dyson, author, professor and social critic, spoke to a nearly full audience at Jesse Auditorium on Thursday night to share his views on voting, black culture and other issues pertaining to black people in America.
During a one-hour discussion of the issue on Tuesday, the House Higher Education Committee heard multiple witnesses’ opinions of the controversial House Bill 1315, known as the Emily Brooker Higher Education Sunshine Act.
JEFFERSON CITY — A St. Joseph businesswoman has been picked to help manage the state's student loan authority.
College Goal Sunday is designed to help college-bound students and their parents learn how to fill out financial aid forms, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as FAFSA).
The MU Power Plant has whittled its way to wood chips in a quest to find a renewable, biomass fuel to mix with coal.
Under the proposed measure, a public university would be required to perform a check of the state's sex offender registry for each housing applicant.
The University of Missouri System Board of Curators will examine a proposal at its meeting Thursday to increase tuition by the maximum allowable rate in relation to guidelines proposed by last May's MOHELA bill.
More than 500 Missouri public school teachers will receive awards of up to $3,200 each in loan forgiveness.
Missouri residents who were between the ages of 16 and 21 between 1995 and 2001 when they attended a University of Missouri school may be eligible for a $530 scholarship.
Local businesses and residents are noticing the increase of customers and traffic.
It was the first day of classes at Stephens College and many of the students bought their books today.
Enhanced recruiting strategies, more high school graduates, and the success of MU's football team are credited with a rise in applicants.
A year after the City Council approved an amendment requiring fraternities and sororities to install sprinkler systems by the end of 2012, the city’s building commission is pushing for a repeal.
Gary Forsee's hiring was already old news when the announcement was finally made.
The social networking site has become a big part of how college students keep in touch, waste time and have fun. But more important, perhaps, it has also developed into a powerful platform for them to broadcast — or shape — their personas.
Forsee’s corporate skills and background led the Board of Curators to name him as the UM System’s 22nd president on Thursday.
A timeline covers the events that began with Elson Floyd's surprise resignation and ended Thursday with the hiring of Gary Forsee as the UM System's 22nd President.
The new president said he has a lot to learn about running a system of large, public universities, but he is confident his skills in the corporate world will help him succeed.