Unless people become activists and work for change, the world will remain in the shape it’s currently in.
The U.S. president tries to jump-start peace negotiations between the Arabs and Israelis.
Shifting personnel and money to cover added expenses aren’t addressing the root of the problem that Columbia faces.
Publishing birth announcements in the newspaper lets new parents share their excitement with the community, and it can be cause for alarm since some kidnappings have been directly linked to such publication.
People who don’t vote have no right to complain.
Ferns are beautiful indoor plants, but they require the right level of humidity, sunlight and food.
The twenty-something generation inherited a world of violence, corruption and tragedy. Change will happen by investing in the U.S. economy.
The selection of Gary Forsee, former Sprint Nextel CEO, marked the culmination of a search for a UM System president. While one can empathize with faculty disappointment with Forsee’s lack of advance degrees and pro-business experience as opposed to academic credentials, it remains a fact that the UM System is now big business as well as an institution of higher learning.
Foreign journalists working and covering Pakistan say the Bush administration needs to come to a better grip with what the Pakistani people think is in their interest.
It appears that, when what we really need is more revenue to improve state services, both parties will be looking for ways to cut taxes, especially for veterans and senior citizens.
It is obvious in the selection of East Columbia Environmental Impact Study of major street alternatives that no consideration was given to the development of viable neighborhoods.
The Missourian is dealing with the double whammy of stagnant revenue and increasing cost. It’s not unique. At a conference this week in New York on improving journalism, every panel eventually turned to how the media can pay for the news they produce.
The process of impeaching President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney would take too long, but criminal charges after they’ve left office aren’t out of the question.
The U.S. government has a long history of domestic spying carried on by several agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Image problems abound for both Republicans and Democrats running for president: For Democrats, it’s the disingenuous anti-war calls, while the Republicans are too busy trying to out-Reagan each other.
The big corporations have a private club where CEOs and CFOs and other big bosses are the only ones who are allowed to prosper at the expense of the working and middle classes.
The Sunday, Jan. 6, issue of Parade magazine, which featured an interview with Benazir Bhutto was printed and distributed around the country before Bhutto was assassinated.
Trouble in Kenya and Afghanistan has people’s attention more than the beginning of the U.S. presidential campaign.
The Columbia Missourian and the Missouri School of Journalism will be reaching the 100-year mark this September, giving staff, students and the community a chance to reflect on its history and work toward progress.
Businesses that have closed and cited the smoking ban as the reason were likely in trouble before the ban even came up.
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