Welcome Back 2014
Columbia Transit buses will be free throughout August to help riders get acclimated to new COMO Connect bus system.
COMO Connect was designed to reduce wait times to between 15 and 30 minutes.
Columbia is home to a variety of alternative sports leagues, each with a reputation for being inclusive, accepting, and enjoyable. Three of the most popular alternative sports are bike polo, roller derby, and disc golf.
As part of the $22.85 million project, students can expect to see offices inside Jesse Hall relocated for a year. Swallow and Pickard halls will be offsite for the foreseeable future.
Here are five headlines for this season, including Maty Mauk's starting quarterback role and replacing defensive end Michael Sam.
Columbia College has a new president and vice president for adult higher education. They are continuing a candidate search for a new executive director.
A list of some of the entertainment that will be offered for college students upon their return, with speakers, movies and a Welcome Week concert on campus.
The east side renovations to Memorial Stadium will cost around $46 million. There will be expanded club and upper deck seating with enhanced restrooms and concession areas. The project is expected to be finished for the first game of the season on Aug. 30.
Strange Donuts, a St. Louis-based shop run by Corey Smale and Jason Bockman, is coming to an unidentified location this fall. The shop joins Harold's Donuts as the second new downtown craft bakery.
Five Missouri football players to watch this upcoming season.
It is Missouri's third season in the Southeastern Conference. Heading into this season, here are five SEC games to watch for.
Nineteen high school students created a mural, 24 feet wide, for this year's Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival.
The Historic Preservation Commission has put together four walking tours from July 31 to Oct. 30.
An update on all the construction to the residence halls, including the reopening of Johnston Hall this fall and the beginning of the Dobbs Replacement Project.
After a tough inaugural season in the SEC, Missouri made a major comeback in 2013 to capture the SEC East title.
A bunch of new restaurants have opened in Columbia, but at the expense of some that closed.
Columbia's face has changed since students left in May. Find out what's changed and why.
As another fall semester begins, MU will be home to some new faculty. Here are four faces to look for.
A look into the latest updates on the dining options available for students on campus.
As students return to campus, there will be 22 new clubs waiting for them to join.