A small group of high-profile individuals get to make the most important decisions about our community.
MU won't eliminate coal use overnight, Chancellor Brady Deaton says, but the campus has made considerable steps in that direction.
It was a wonderful experience at the Governor's Mansion during the holiday candlelight tour.
Claiming the term black American as a preferred descriptor gives the author a sense of effectiveness.
The first question that one should clinically address is: "Are human activities responsible for the observed increases in world temperatures over the past century?"
It might be exciting to see famous actors film a movie in your city, but the economic activity is short-lived.
Simply put, coal equals carbon. With every light switch flipped, TV show watched, and adjustment of the thermostat, we are feeding the coal habit.
A closer look at Gary Forsee's letter reveals that his views more accurately represent those of our nation's most polluting special interests than of the students, faculty and staff of the UM System.
We must educate ourselves and others to make the decisions that are best for society rather than allowing ourselves to be manipulated. We must take action to address the mess we face.
There is an incredible amount to learn from our country's veterans. Historically, we have manuscripts, tapes and film, but we must also treasure our living veterans. Take the time today to thank a veteran.
On Veterans Day, people should respect and honor the bravery of those who have served and sacrificed in America's armed forces.
After two local incidents involving Tasers, in which one resulted in the death of Stanley Harlan, it's finally time to rid Columbia of Tasers.
Cooperating with Cerner ties the university too closely to a company with a questionable track record.
Major bills should be open to public review prior to being voted on in the House of Representatives.
The newly discovered intersex anatomy of South African runner Caster Semenya opens up a floodgate of critique, some deeply rooted in gender prejudice.
With Catholic hospitals providing such a large percentage of medical care, the voice of the Catholic Church should be heard in the health care debate.
Kurt Albert, a Columbia resident, explains the need for a city ordinance that would stop staff deception in the local government.
One should be able to disagree with President Obama's politics without being called a racist.