The UM System Board of Curators has hired the Dowd Bennett Law Firm in St. Louis to investigate the case.
Jazz and soul singer Alicia Olatuja graduated from MU in 2005 and returned to Columbia to perform at a concert to celebrate Black History Month.
The MU Faculty Council recommends that the academic calendar not be changed by adding make-up days to adjust for weather-related closures.
An 18-year-old found dead last fall in an MU dormitory died of natural causes, according to an autopsy report released Friday.
The UM System Board of Curators announced Friday the hiring of the Dowd Bennett Law Firm of St. Louis to investigate the Sasha Menu Courey case.
Tell us what questions you would ask if you could interview the new MU chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin.
Institutional presidents from Missouri's 13 public universities gathered in front of the Senate Appropriations Committee Tuesday to defend their school's statistics on retention, loan default rates and graduation rates.
A cake in the shape of Jesse Hall, including the famed MU Columns, was part of the celebration at the MU Student Center.
The new Documentary Journalism Center will likely launch by August 2015. The center will offer bachelor of journalism and master of arts degrees in film history, business and production from the Missouri School of Journalism.
In an executive order issued Feb. 15, 2013, Gov. Jay Nixon committed support to Western Governor's University, which would allow it to become Missouri's only online school with access to in-state financial aid.
"The Science Guy" will pay MU a visit when he speaks on March 15 at a symposium held by the Life Sciences Center.
Murray pioneered reality TV, but his desire to discover new stories propelled him toward documentary film work.
In honor of MU's birthday, we set out to find some events and facts from the university's 175 years that may not be known widely known.
Over its 175-year history, MU has transformed from a small university to a school with nearly 35,000 students.
SB 492 has received support from university representatives, but a Columbia legislator still has concerns.
Close to 100 people stopped in on Friday for the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology's opening night for its cast gallery at its new Mizzou North location.
Stephens officials announced Thursday morning that Theater Reaching Young People & Schools, or TRYPS, will join with the Stephens School of Performing Arts in early April.
Dean Mills, the dean of the Missouri School of Journalism, announced Thursday that he will retire in August after almost 25 years at MU. Colleagues and acquaintances reflect on the legacy Mills will leave behind.
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education spokeswoman Sarah Potter said public schools have already had more snow days than usual.
The motion to endorse Cape Girardeau lawyer Michael Ponder failed Wednesday on a 5-5 vote. Senators took issue with some controversial decisions he made as a member of the State Board of Education.