Parts of campus are getting maintenance or makeovers before the fall semester starts.
Columbia Transit plans to upgrade its current bus tracking system by mid-August.
The network pops up on devices as "District Free Wi-Fi" and no password is required.
There are 52 trumpets in Marching Mizzou, the highest number of any instrument.
There are 19 seniors on the Missouri football team who will be leaving MU.
Some new buildings still have space available.
These classes count for general education credit.
The University Concert Series is bringing an array of shows to Jesse Auditorium this fall.
Four MU professors have been honored with awards or committee positions.
Four of the 11 specialty shops sell frozen yogurt and ice cream.
The 2013 Missouri Tourism guide.
The Missourian took an in-depth look at the new high school and heard from students, teachers and administrators about their hopes for the school.
As fall ushers in a new school year, Columbia students will have a new name to use as an identity: Muriel Williams Battle High School.
Freshmen, sophomore and junior classes will occupy the building in August.
Battle High School is piloting a new technology initiative for Columbia Public Schools, which plans to provide an iPad Mini to every student.
The department heads of Battle High School are beyond the dreaming stage. They are actively shaping their niche in educating future Battle students.
Eliot Battle and his wife, Muriel, for whom the new high school is named, worked to help ease the tensions from school desegregation.
Battle High School opted for a parent-teacher-student organization to make sure all the funds go to benefiting the school.
About 90 percent of the Battle staff had been hired as of April 12. Learn more about the teachers and faculty for the school and where they've come from.
Muriel Battle's colleagues from over the years talk about what her legacy meant to them and the Columbia Public Schools.