The proposed redevelopment of the 8.22-acre tract of land will remove the 2400-seat Stephens Auditorium and Natatorium Complex as well as Hillcrest Hall.
A preliminary injunction that temporarily prevents Linn State Technical College from screening all first-year students and some returning students for cocaine, methamphetamine, Oxycodone and eight other drugs was granted by a U.S. District Judge.
The former member of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre spoke at an event for Women's History Month at Columbia College on Wednesday.
Shauna Aminath served under Mohamed Nasheed, who was featured in the documentary "The Island President" and was the Maldives' first democratically elected president.
The position at the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication will be a "homecoming" for the Athens, Ga., native.
The vote will close at 11:59 p.m. April 2, and results will be announced April 3.
MU students are giving of their free time in service to others this spring break through organizations such as Alternative Spring Break and Engineers Without Borders.
The recent federal budget cuts have sparked concerns in schools across the country that young scientists will either do their research abroad or change fields.
The Missouri House is considering a proposal to help Missouri National Guardsmen with their tuition after the U.S. Army recently suspended federal tuition assistance as a result of automatic spending cuts.
Dr. Harry Berrier, who had been making Show Me Bar-B-Q Sauce since 1975, died Sunday, March 10, 2013, in Columbia at age 95.
The Board for International Food and Agricultural Development discussed issues such as sustainable farming and the involvement of women and youth in agriculture at a meeting on the MU campus.
The report from an MU Faculty Council committee analyzed the decisions made by administrators and whether those administrators could make such decisions without input from faculty representatives.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton is the chair of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development, which advises the U.S. Agency for International Development on scientific matters.
An MU law professor and a fellow from the Cato Institute offered their views about federal gun control legislation.
Efforts to observe the comet Pan-STARR at MU's Laws Observatory were thwarted Tuesday evening by heavy clouds in the western sky.
Napoleon Chagnon, whose controversial research of the Yanomamo tribe in the Amazon sparked criticism in the academic world, spoke Tuesday at the Bond Life Sciences Center.
The aligning of the university's 2013 master plan with its sustainability plan is designed to get more visibility for MU's goals for construction and sustainability.
The 2013 Mizzou Dance Marathon became the largest student-run philanthropy operation when it raised $152,402.44 for the MU Children's Hospital. Donations will be accepted through April 1.
The card's unclear statistics do little to separate it from other, similar college shopping tools, some MU and other higher education leaders say.
MU's Faculty Council is still determining which online voting system to use and whether to accept proposed changes to the wording of a motion that, in effect, would give non-tenure-track faculty voting rights.