Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s second coup slows democracy and the flow of information to Pakistanis.
Older Tigers fans are afraid history may repeat itself this season for the MU football team.
Stories of mayhem and misadventure are often richer and more entertaining than fiction.
The Missourian has ended its relationship with columnist John Merrill after one of his columns was found to have unattributed information from The Maneater.
Agitators are necessary to draw the public’s attention to the cause, but all peace activists should not be lumped into this category.
Trouble arises when the United States abandons its moral principles to side with the lesser of two evils.
The Republican Party’s reaction to his arrest under suspicion of driving under the influence is unseemly and silly, Karl Miller says.
Fall planting is ideal for most trees and shrubs because it allows the roots to set well in the new location before spring growth begins.
A bad habit, common to many of us, is the tendency to believe that once we have identified a problem and addressed it, we have fixed it for all time.
As departments and majors become more specific on college campuses, important information will be left out of the coursework.
Gov. Matt Blunt appeals to his conservative base as state struggles continue to grow.
The Missourian’s standard, which requires detailed descriptions of criminal suspects before publication, is needed to serve the public the right way.
The key to happiness is keeping your personal goals alive instead of worrying about other people’s goals for you.
Gov. Matt Blunt convened a biased task force to answer questions concerning the effects of an abortion on the physical and psychological health of a woman.
The diversion of taxpayer money to import biodiesel from South America has resulted in idle production capacity for American farms. Organized groups should take legal action against major oil companies and let them know their actions are not for the good of the country.
From sculptures to plastics to old farm tools, artwork has found a place in the American home garden.
The team plays well and provides great entertainment for Columbia residents.
In these troublesome times, the holidays are a good way to get back together and forget your worries.
Despite budgetary decline, Provost Foster assures that “the sky is not falling.”
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