MU composer Stefan Freund's new oratorio, "The War Amongst Families and Neighbors: The Civil War in Missouri" will premiere Thursday evening in Jesse Auditorium.
Consultants from the Isaacson, Miller firm will meet with MU faculty, staff and students April 30 regarding the search for a new provost. The firm will assess an ideal provost's objectives, qualifications and personal qualities.
The job market is brightening for new grads, but many are settling for jobs outside their fields of study or for less pay than they'd expected or hoped for.
Allegations of product placement in New York's Common Core English tests raise questions about marketing to children.
By the first week of May, the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management will deliver an independent analysis of each University of Missouri System campus' sexual assault and mental health services.
Founded last semester, Truman's Closet provides free business attire and formal wear rentals.
A statement signed by the governing board presidents of nine state universities cites concerns that tax-cut legislation could limit the money available for education.
MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin and student parents concerned about the future of an on-campus day care facility found common ground in a private meeting Tuesday, but no decisions have been made regarding where the Student Parent Center will reopen.
The university placed 26th out of 256 schools after the eight-week competition.
Karen Spears, who owns an art business she calls The Korean Pears, creates hand-lettered, colorful, abstract paintings.
Family members said Monday that they are pleased with the findings of an independent investigation into MU’s handling of the Sasha Menu Courey case. MU continues to look at policies and procedures regarding sexual assaults and mental health issues.
The week's events will include a camp out on the Black Culture Center's lawn, a screening of "School Daze" and a Saturday barbecue.
One of the journalists said she sees misperceptions of Pakistani women in the media."We are marching in every field of life," Ghazala Fasih Khan said.
Scott Cairns thinks of himself as an idiot. He would "very much like to be a fool."
Artists to bring Civil War history to life for its 150th anniversary through art and music.
After an independent counsel's report was released Friday, UM System President Tim Wolfe apologized to Sasha Menu Courey's friends and family. He said no employees acted in bad faith; the issue rested with the university's policies and training for employees.
Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin said training will be provided to employees most likely to witness or receive reports of sexual harassment and violence. But his message to employees did not specify who would be trained or how the university will determine that.
The UM System Board of Curators heard updates on topics including the budget and the shape of facilities.
Don McPherson, former NFL player for the Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Oilers, urged students and community members to change the way they think about what it means to be a man.
MU School of Music professor Stefan Freund will present on his new oratorio about the Civil War's divisive effects on Missouri.