A former MU football player is expected to star in season 26 of "The Bachelor."
MU professor Amanda Hinnant won a prestigious award from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
MU officials warn that teenage males have been caught driving around campus yelling racist and homophobic slurs.
Marching Mizzou will return to Memorial Stadium for the third and fourth quarters after performing in the bicentennial parade.
COVID-19 masks are still required in MU classrooms and other indoor gathering spots. Curators extended the mandate 30 days.
MU jumped 13 spots from last year in U.S. News and World Report's Best Value Schools college rankings this year.
A public meeting is set to take place online and by conference call at 4 p.m. Monday.
American Legion Post 202, as well as the city and MU together, held services to honor 2,977 lost in the terrorist attacks.
MU pushes forward with pay cuts for some tenured faculty at the School of Medicine, despite concerns raised by Faculty Council.
The UM System Board of Curators and a union representing maintenance and other workers are negotiating a contract.
Many took to social media to lament the lack of an event celebrating Black student culture.
Students at University of Missouri campuses will not be required to get COVID vaccines.
The UM System Board of Curators voted Thursday on the name.
The UM System Board of Curators will consider the name in a meeting Thursday.
Tiger Pantry, Truman's Closet and STRIPES held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new location Tuesday.
Though freshman enrollment decreased by over nine percent, overall MU enrollment increased by one percent.
Thomas Spencer, who served as interim vice chancellor, will work to foster research and development across campus.
Stephens and Columbia colleges both have stricter requirements than MU on masking and proving vaccinations.
Hundreds of new sorority members ran home to their new houses Saturday morning during Bid Day at MU. Before being selected by a sorority, the new members went through a six-day recruitment process. Each day was focused on a different aspect of the sorority, like philanthropy and sisterhood.
The tradition dates back to 1927 and allows students to leave their mark on a school symbol.
Welcome Week for new Tigers began with First Roar and continues with events including Tiger Walk and the Midnight BBQ.
The MU campus sprang to life Saturday with the arrival of incoming freshmen participating in early move-in.