A news release from the University of Missouri about the addition of a executive order on student lending practices.
A large donation sparks decision for school to be renamed. The new name is expected to enhance the school's reputation.
MU’s General Classroom Building was renamed to honor Professor Emeritus Arvarh E. Strickland, the university’s first African-American professor.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s higher education initiative calls for MOHELA to pay the state $350 million over several years. The money will fund various college construction projects.
Jim Pelfrey and his Seeing Eye dog, Opal, have just moved into MU’s Hudson Hall, where Pelfrey will serve as residential life’s first visually impaired staff member.
Bret Lott’s book “Jewel” was selected by Oprah’s Book Club and the Lott will visit MU and conduct two lectures.
A teaching assistant at MU is suspected of stealing 14 laptops from her department.
A small percentage of MU students do not drink. These unique students describe their motivations.
An old MU-Oklahoma football tradition involved the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime. Now, the pipe is missing and the tradition has been abandoned.
Meetings between faculty and administrators are expected to focus on salaries and a strained budget.
Full text of the resolution adopted by the University of Missouri Board of Curators on Oct. 5, 2007, reaffirming “its unwavering commitment to the principles of academic freedom and intellectual inquiry.”
Stephen J. Owens will replace Marvin E. "Bunky" Wright, who will retire in December.
University leaders say they need to address intellectual diversity or allow the state legislature to do it for them.
A study group is trying to create a funding strategy for all of Missouri’s public four-year universities.
A firm hired by the UM System to complete background checks on new MU hires will use a name-based search method, rather than a fingerprint search, under a policy revision that took effect Monday.
The agreement was drafted to prevent universities from taking kickbacks from student lenders.
Sara Gruen, author of the book "Water for Elephants," signed autographs Tuesday afternoon at the Columbia Public Library through the communitywide One Read program.
A policy revision, effective Oct. 1, means that applicants to full-time and part-time faculty and staff positions at MU will be required to submit to a criminal background check before being hired.
Members of the Board of Curators are meeting today to discuss the search for a new general counsel.
The university’s newest piece of art was dedicated Tuesday in a ceremony at the Life Sciences Center. The sculpture was funded by Al McQuinn, a 1954 MU graduate.