Thursday's MU Faculty Council meeting saw discussion on Title IX training, religious holiday policies and a new provost candidate.
When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, Fulton got a work of art: one of the largest contiguous chunks of the wall. To mark the 25th anniversary of the wall's destruction, artist Edwina Sandys will speak Sunday about her sculpture made from the wall.
The student journalists wanted to interview St. Louis police chief about thefts of band equipment from vans outside St. Louis concert venues and were surrounded, searched and questioned.
A statewide campaign launched Wednesday by the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is aiming to engage men to help end domestic and sexual violence in Missouri.
Provost candidate Nancy Brickhouse addressed MU's Association of American Universities standing, student initiatives and Title IX issues at her open forum Wednesday morning. Brickhouse is the third candidate to interview at MU.
Michael Budds is the first musicologist to be inducted into the Missouri Music Hall of Fame. His enthusiasm and experience as musician, teacher and friend have brought him to where he is today.
Enel Green Power, a renewable energy firm headquartered in Rome, is funding the loan of unstudied Italian antiquities from the B.C. era to MU for research. The project costs the group about $130,000.
BPA, a chemical found in many consumer products such as plastic bottles and metal cans, may have health effects on the brain, behavior and prostate gland of fetuses, infants and children, studies say.
Tina Marks, an assistant professor in the School of Fashion and Design at Stephens College, opened Columbia's first sewing cafe, Straight Grain Studio, in September.
In the proposed sitcom, Branson comedian Yakov Smirnoff would play a professor teaching about intimate relationships at a Midwestern college while dealing with similar issues in his personal life.
Candidate Nancy Brickhouse, deputy provost for the University of Delaware, will speak Wednesday morning in the Mark Twain Ballroom in Memorial Union North.
An eight-person committee will recruit candidates and plans to interview them in December, according to an email from MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.
A manual guides students through a series of situations and options that require them to determine the best choices for their own and their classmates' survival.
The Missouri Students Association hosted the "These Hands Are Not For Hurting" event as part of a campaign against sexual violence.
John Wiencek, now the interim provost at Virginia Commonwealth University, was the second MU provost candidate to be introduced to the MU community. During a public forum Wednesday, he gave an introduction about how his academic experiences relate to the open provost position.
New technology is making it more and more difficult to keep sources confidential, says the special projects editor of the Guardian US.
Audie Cornish, co-host of NPR's "All Things Considered," has developed a process of interviewing subjects fit for the radio. Her ability to provide context and go off script has given this process power.
New data-driven websites aim to help college-bound students make a decision.
School officials announced the $3.6 million gift from Jay and Kelly Jacobs of Laguna Niguel, California, during homecoming events on Saturday.
Student organizations that decorated the windows of businesses downtown spent the day removing paint and cleaning windows.