As Obama prepares to give a back-to-school speech aimed at children, conservatives accuse the president of "indoctrinating" America's youth.
One should strive to become a servant-leader to better the community, one's own life and the lives of others.
Missouri hog farmers have been damaged by the name "swine flu." You can't catch the virus by eating pork, but you can affect livelihoods by avoiding it.
The Columbia Missourian is committed to keeping pork out of pandemic headlines.
Before his fall, Smith was an icon for a new age in state politics.
Health care reform will help small business owners have more bargaining power.
Government-run health care programs can be both efficient and effective.
The T-shirts, which depicted stages of evolution while also including a brass instrument at each stage, were banned after parents complained about the concept of evolution being used.
Journalists and Asian experts examine the effects that the new Japanese prime minister will have on Asian relations, America and the Asian economy.
A conflict that began years ago is being continued even though the principals are either retired or deceased.
Coverage shouldn't be limited to what is approved by Medicare and your insurance company.
Anheuser-Busch is receiving criticism for its cans that come in college colors. Universities such as MU have asked the company to pull the cans off the market since they target underage students.
Jobs, public transportation and crime are just three of the issues the next mayor should concentrate on.
With the different media outlets in Columbia, members of the community can still be showcased in the aftermath of "Pepper and Friends" being cancelled.
Sedalia School District's choice to remove band shirts reflecting evolution distort logic and categorize scientific theory with religion.
Bicyclists need to share the road without unnecessarily impeding traffic.
Mayor Darwin Hindman will leave with a legacy that includes contributions to economic development and the parks system.
Kennedy's death brings discussion to gubernatorial apointments and special elections. Do these processes uphold democracy?
Those who oppose health care reform don't understand a citizen's civic and moral duty to do what's best for the country as a whole. The lack of empathy springs from the breakup of families, the discontinuation of the military draft and the fact that some schools may not have civics classes anymore.
MSA President Jordan Paul details the efforts he and other student organizations made to help keep Reactor Field as a tailgating area.