A year of living in Columbia has made the inability of many residents to handle four-way stops evident. Very evident.
The Missouri Photo Workshop enables students to create visual anthropology through documentary photography, this year in the twin towns of Festus and Crystal City.
Missouri football has been able to gain little momentum in moving through the weekly AP and Coaches' polls despite once again starting the season 4-0.
Research and statistics show that Missourians should support the FairTax.
Comments by the Sheriff's Department regarding alleged sexual assaults at Les Bourgeois Winery seem to blame the victims and not place responsibility on the perpetrators.
Americans are not doing what it takes to be leaders in a more earth-friendly world.
The headline of the Missourian's front page story on Sept. 23 contained inappropriate religious content.
Obama and his administration have deemed contending views as ignorant or misinformed, an attitude that strikes the independents who elected him as arrogant and elitist.
The City Council appears to have a double standard regarding reallocation of federal funds.
If we truly want to go down this path of indifference, we can no longer deny that we are the kind of people our enemies say we are. And make no mistake about it we can no longer serve as leaders of the free world.
Kids at local high schools use "jingo jango" to mean "ridiculous." Here follows a look at what exclusive, subversive, informal appeal slang holds for them in general.
How a Facebook-inspired trip through my past helped me understand my journey from indifferent Air Force serviceman to liberal journalist.
The top military commander in Afghanistan has warned that without additional troops the U.S. mission "will likely result in failure." President Obama is now considering what the strategy should be for Afghanistan and how many troops that will require.
In the nine months since my return to the Wi-Fi’d halls of higher education, it’s hard to pinpoint when that reality first intruded. Whatever the drawbacks of being surrounded by young people, they also make worthwhile companions.
Obama talks about the environment with China, nonproliferation with Russia and peace with Israel and Palestine.
The general admission student section at Missouri football games has caused problems for students and longtime fans alike.
When newspapers include video and audio, readers can find what they need faster.
One should be able to disagree with President Obama's politics without being called a racist.
The comments came from city and county planners who sounded confused but cooperative, a couple of citizens who live by the creek also sounded confused but eager for solutions, and Donnie Stamper, speaking for the developers, sounded confused but skeptical.
If you sense a theme here, you’re not alone. I spent much of the evening confused.
I wanted to leave the discussions of the language of discontent in my classrooms and not this column. I cannot.