This week, a number of our graduates who have become editors, won Pulitzers or daily their communities to know themselves better, will be here. You helped teach all of them. You answered their questions — and sometimes refused, which was another important lesson — you filled in missing background, and you challenged them.
Despite the huge emphasis put on lack of experience in the upcoming election, Sarah Palin may be the candidate with the most.
This business of allowing paid public servants to do whatever they please ... is so out of control that only the most irresponsible would insist that it continue.
The visioning process started well two years ago, but if Thursday's attendance is an indication, the process is losing steam.
When the Missourian suddenly didn't have bloggers from the RNC, editor Jake Sherlock scrambled to keep the opinion page balanced.
In fact, with all of the Republican and conservative criticism of Sen. Obama’s lack of knowledge and experience, the choice of Gov. Palin is confusing.
Obama campaign strategists need to beef up a marketable platform with substantive detailed policies, and let Obama focus on message.
The Republican National Coalition for Life event, held during the Republican National Convention, went off smoothly despite vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin's absence.
President of the local chapter of the American Association of University Professors wants more competitive salaries for MU professors in order to retain its top professors.
A resident pays tribute to Spc. Steven Fitzmorris, who was killed in service to his country.
Opportunities abound for alternative energy in America. It will only take a little hard work and consensus.
With high school drop-out rates on the rise, education is taking a backseat in politics this election.
As rumors swirl of its demise, the record needs to be set straight on just what is going on with the Columbia Missourian.
As attention turns from the Olympic Games to political party convention coverage, America looks for its new leader.
By choosing a sitting senator for his running mate, Barack Obama has elected to try something that's only been done once in the last 108 years.
In preparation for the Democratic National Convention, we heard from a variety of speakers, many of whom employed sports factoids and comparisons in their remarks.
Forget the politics and the chest-thumping antics of individual athletes and look at the amazing performances by some of the world's finest athletes.
A lack of diversity is closing the minds of society.
The future of Pakistan's government is unclear after the resignation of Pervez Musharraf.
The press seems to be speculating about what's happening instead of seeking useful information.