Americans need to step up and get involved in civic projects if they want to improve the country.
The John Merrill plagarism scandal holds much to discuss about attribution and responsibililty.
Missouri was not represented at a recent conference of Midwestern governors gathered to address global warming.
Sports hate can be enjoyable, but old-time real hate is something best left in the past.
Put a little aside for those charities that really need the money.
This isn’t 20 years ago: If TV and screen writers continue to hold out for better wages, audiences may well shrug and move on
Expanding the existing highway will not solve long term issues; Columbians should consider creating an I-70 bypass further north.
American politicians and citizens should fight for better benefits for the people who fight for their country.
We must call on our legislators to provide better treatment to veterans.
Spider plants reproduce easily and purify the air.
Different nations have different responses to the rising price of oil.
Readers need to know “the rest of the story” about what’s being done to ensure biofuel incentives are used for the right purposes.
According to public opinion polls, the public isn’t satisfied with the limited information the media provides on the presidential hopefuls.
New Missourian blog The Watchword focuses on Columbia and Boone County government news, and it is meant to foster community conversation.
Expecting parents brush up on carpentry and accounting skills in preparation for their new family member.
J. Karl Miller’s column criticized anti-war protests at the Memorial Day Salute to Veterans Air Show. Anti-war protests are acts of good citizenship, not denigration of the military.
The historic structure is a major Missouri landmark, one that will not be let go of easily.
John Merrill stumbled, but he is one of the best journalism professors ever to have taught, advised and mentored students at the J-School.
The Columbia Public School District should model good citizenship and find alternative ways of communication with citizens.
After the cancellation of his Missourian column, John Merrill questions the deeper meanings of plagiarism.