Elizabeth Loftus answered questions about the role of false memories in the Ryan Ferguson case before her lecture in Jesse Wrench Auditorium.
To help you prepare for Homecoming week, we have compiled these resources.
As a young girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, Basij-Rasikh was forced to attend school in secret. Today, she is the president of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan, and an advocate for women's education all over the world. She shared her story at Stephens College on Wednesday night.
Anyone may address the House Interim Education Committee about any education concern from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday at Reynolds Alumni Center at MU.
The funding will help develop the supply chain, logistics and infrastructure to build small modular nuclear reactors, which, unlike site-based reactors, can be factory-assembled and transported by truck or rail.
The university's School of Medicine plans to recruit six to eight residents for the program's first class. It is to begin training those physicians next July.
At a gathering of leaders from public colleges and universities, Gov. Jay Nixon said he would include more funding for higher education in his fiscal 2015 budget.
Student printing at MU has decreased in the past five years, a trend some attribute to greater environmental concern and better information access.
Gregory Holthaus of Highland, Ill., was visiting friends at the Pershing group of residence halls when he was found unresponsive Sunday, police say.
Josie Herrera identifies as gender queer, meaning as neither a man nor a woman but as encompassing parts of both. Herrera, who used to go by the first name Laura, appears to be MU's first transgender Homecoming candidate.
Homecoming king candidate Josie Herrera, who identifies as gender queer, is MU's first transgender candidate. Herrera hopes running for Homecoming king will allow transgender, queer and gender nonconforming individuals to feel supported in the community.
Hank Foley emphasized the importance of research and encouraging students to become entrepreneurs.
The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association publishes a stylebook on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. Below are the association's guidelines on some key terms.
Delete Blood Cancer hopes to make MU's bone marrow registry the largest in the country. MU junior Brandon Pilas describes how signing up for the registry has changed his life, and 6-year-old Rylan Newman just had a transplant as a result of the registry.
The effects of the government shutdown could soon reach veterans who are students at Columbia College.
Ankur Singh traveled the country, filming a documentary on standardized testing. His film, "Listen," premiered Monday night.
Other printers are located in labs on campus, but the new printers are the first to be available for any student to use.
Dale Fisher, curator of education for the University of Iowa's Museum of Art, spoke to a group at MU on Monday about the lessons he learned when a 2008 flood forced his museum to move to a temporary location.
The Missourian's ongoing coverage of the problem of sexual assault aims to encourage dialogue that can lead to change.
Gregory Gerard Holthaus, 18, was pronounced dead Sunday morning after being found unconscious in Dogwood Hall. An autopsy will be performed Tuesday.