The MU Student Recreational Complex offers RecSports, which includes a variety of options and sports for members.
Sometimes in college you just need to escape for a while. Columbia has a great variety of urban areas and nature trails to meet your outdoorsy needs.
Columbia offers plenty of live entertainment and places to have a fun night.
Here is a list of galleries and museum to visit in Columbia.
Columbia film events and venues for movie lovers.
Here's everything you need to know about each SEC team.
To participate, cheer on and enjoy the most popular sports live, you're going to need tickets.
Many students enjoy cheering on the Tigers, and MU offers them many opportunities to do so.
Dining hall food can get a bit monotonous after a while. Break up your normal eating habits with these great retail locations that are all conveniently located on campus.
Navigating MU's many dining halls can be tricky — however, we can help. Read on to learn which dining halls have the best of what and when the best time to eat at each is.
If you tire of dining hall fare, sample the menus at some of these downtown Columbia favorites.
Explore downtown restaurants that offer vegetarian options.
The MU Student Health Center's goal is for every student to be able to call and see a doctor the same day, for whatever illness a student might have.
Student Charge and E.Z. Charge provide students with alternatives to cash and credit cards with on campus costs.
Knowing what to bring to weather the seasons at MU can be challenging. We have all your basic essentials and little extra to help you adjust your wardrobe.
This page is part of the Missourian Media Guide, a directory of Columbia, Mo., news sources that's maintained by your Columbia Missourian staff.
This spring, Missourian reporters took an in-depth look at kids and the people in the community who are making a difference in their lives.
Despite being named one of the best communities for young people in the U.S., stress, access to activities, relationships with responsible adults and transportation are among the daily obstacles that stand in the way of young Columbia residents.
After making and selling Wacky Bandz bracelets to raise money for a mission trip, Kiona Hughes kept up her work. With the help of Granny's House, she pitched the idea to sell the bracelets to MU sororities with part of the proceeds going to their philanthropies like True North.
Through mentorship, local organizations look to make the community a better place by giving children positive role models and relationships.
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