MU professor Don Spiers created an app that monitors heat stress in cows. It could save the cattle industry billions of dollars and revolutionize modern farming.
Skinue's Jordanian manufacturer plans to expand across the U.S., but for now, Columbia is the only place where the camel milk cosmetics are for sale.
A large-scale solar "farm" initiative being considered by the city would make solar energy more accessible.
Gina Ceylan, a graduate student at MU, is interested in improving inclusion in classrooms and determined to help educators in how they work with students of diverse abilities.
In an effort to extend the availability of its tutoring, MU's Learning Center is running a pilot with the online tutoring program NetTutor.
In this downloadable e-book, you can find lists of new restaurants, campus construction projects and other information to help you navigate a return to Columbia.
See what's new around town and at MU, and Stephens College and Columbia College. And, Tigers football fans, here's what you can expect this season.
Bachelor degrees in public administration and master degrees in teaching are being introduced.
Here is a list of 13 performances that will be presented by Stephens College.
Student discounts are available at many Columbia stores and restaurants. Here's how students can find and receive them.
A list of new restaurants and stores in Columbia.
A breakdown of the Missouri football schedule.
Working for the Tigers' chances at a bowl game are healthy players and star power. Working against the Tigers is a brutal schedule combined with coaching turnover.
These five recruits are from four different states.
Columbia venues to host variety of bands.
Apparel studies and event and convention management will be two new majors offered at Stephens College.
Terry Smith became interim president Aug. 2 and is expected to remain for the duration of the 2013-2014 school year.
The Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center will open in August at Columbia College.
Here is a list of 16 international restaurants around downtown Columbia.
Dudley Hall, Pillusbury Science Center, Hickman Hall and Stamper Commons are receiving upgrades.