Next week marks a rare occurrence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving landing on the same date. People throughout the U.S. are inventing creative culinary and entrepreneurial concepts to mark the occasion.
The presidential search committee at Columbia College narrowed down the applicant pool to three finalists. The names will be available to the public Jan. 2, 2014.
A new memorial in Memorial Union North contains the names of fallen students, faculty and staff. MU student Karen Johnson designed the memorial as part of a class project.
In front of an audience of about 50 people, representatives of several student groups described divisions along racial lines and between the Greek and non-Greek community at Homecoming.
MU is investing in an observatory in Tucson, Ariz. The telescope at the observatory is much larger than MU's, which will allow the university to conduct more detailed research.
Mother and son Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas, part of the team that created "Question Bridge," will screen their film and host supplemental discussions during the series.
The city and university have proposed changes along College Avenue to ensure pedestrian and motorist safety.
The Deatons sent an email to their "Mizzou family," speaking of their gratitude to MU and their optimism for the future.
Friday is Brady Deaton's last day as MU chancellor. "It'll be fun to get a little quieter, just do my work, enjoy life," he said.
Six choreographers from the Stephens College dance program partnered with six student composers from the Mizzou New Music Initiative to create original performance pieces for the Stephens College Senior Dance Concert. This is the first time the concert will feature original music.
One of the speakers, a former undercover narcotics officer, compared current drug laws to alcohol prohibition and cited drug-related violence as the No. 1 reason to legalize all narcotics.
MU had the highest number with nearly 2,500, while Washington University in St. Louis had more than 2,200 students from other countries.
Details about criteria for application are still being discussed and might not be finalized until the estate commitment is officially given.
After a car crashed into the historic Conley House, MU's Campus Writing Program is adjusting to the changes caused by the damage.
Three panelists spoke at the "When the State Kills" event Wednesday night, held in advance of the planned Nov. 20 execution of Joseph Franklin.
The meeting will examine ways to expand and replicate "Innovation Campuses," which allow businesses to employ students as apprentices and help pay the cost of their education.
Without his sense of sight to guide him, Michael Hingson remained calm and trusted in his guide dog, Roselle, while the North Tower of the World Trade Center burned and crumbled around him.
A woman was walking near Sanborn Field around 2 a.m. Friday when a man approached her and grabbed her breast. He fled after she resisted.
Study abroad programs are becoming increasingly popular among students traveling to and from the United States.
Universities across Missouri are turning to an old-fashioned advertising technique to draw students from a decreasing college-age population by blanketing the state's highways with billboard ads.