Tiger Tailgate Recycling, a part of Sustain Mizzou, is a student volunteer effort with a goal of reducing waste during the MU football season.
Spirit groups are one way to get involved on campus and meet new people. Football, basketball and volleyball have their own official spirit sections.
Whether music, film, sports, or late-night party alternatives are your thing, MU has plenty to offer.
Columbia offers many affordable clothing options for students on a budget.
Columbia is packed with great finds. When it comes to what to see and what to eat, here's a list of 10 local "musts."
A quick reference guide to some popular trails and parks, each with access close to MU's campus.
People may get all excited about the suffering of cats, but they don't seem to use common sense. They are feeding the very ones who can already help themselves.
The Big 12 men's basketball tournament is just around the corner. Research all the teams with the help of the 2010-2011 Big 12 men's basketball media guide.
A new 3G cell site at Memorial Stadium may help prevent dropped calls during Missouri football games.
Mort Walker attended the MU Student Center dedication on Friday. Walker, an MU graduate, signed books at a new restaurant, Mort's.
Looking for a ticket to Saturday's sold-out Missouri versus Oklahoma football game? Watch out for phony sellers, police say.
Showers will be off and on Saturday with the best chance of rain late Friday night and early Saturday morning.
Twitter users are flooding the Internet with tweets about "College GameDay" at MU.
It's your complete guide to Mizzou Homecoming, a joint publication of the Missourian Advertising Department and the Mizzou Alumni Association. Click for the downloadable e-book version.
In this five-part series from May 2003, Missourian reporter Barton Gordon Howe chronicles the story of James T. Scott, the last man to be lynched in Columbia. Accused of raping the white daughter of an MU professor, he never got to trial. A mob of 1,000 people swarmed the Boone County Jail, broke Scott out and hanged him off the Stewart Road bridge over Flat Branch. This is the story of what happened then and what has happened since. Download the e-book.
A custom-built information center cost $60,000. The $3.4 million to pay for it and other furnishings came from a combination of student fees, campus organizations and profits from the sale of athletic merchandise, textbooks and supplies, and other enterprises operated by MU.
Welcome Back is our annual special publication designed to help students catch up on local news they might have missed while away from Columbia for the summer. Download this specially formatted e-book version, specially formatted for viewing on your laptop or iPad.
The yoga studio offers mix of safe, sacred spaces for practice.
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- Homecoming 2011
- Welcome Back 2011
- Battle High School Special Section
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- Homecoming 2012
- Memorial Day Airshow
- Missouri Tourism 2013
- Progress 2013
- SEC road trip
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