MU predicts about 5,000 first-time freshman will enroll this fall. That's down from 5,318 last year but still seen as strong.
The union for MU campus dining workers maintains workers have lost hours and a new grievance policy leaves them unsupported.
After almost 100 years, Alpha Phi sorority's house was torn down. A new one is supposed to open for 2022 fall recruitment.
Brittany Fatoma came to Columbia to make a difference and improve the community.
The NCAA has granted Missouri the ability to help Reeves raise money for her day-to-day expenses.
If she wins, Ashley Voeller of Hallsville wants to use her platform to champion healthy eating.
Ellis Harrison, who went viral on TikTok, is advocating for justice in the case of a Black man who was shot while jogging.
Starting Tuesday, masks won't be required inside city, county, MU, Stephens College or Columbia College buildings.
The new partnership will offer a 15% discount on Columbia College's tuition.
"It's a little frustrating to come back to normal classes and pay extra money," MU sophomore Katie Brillos said.
Also approved was MU's $33.4 million indoor practice facility, which will be funded by gifts.
The current dean, Patricia Okker, is leaving MU to become president of New College in Florida.
The wage gap between men and women may be due in part to factors such as work experience, but some say that's no excuse.
Some long-sought legislation passed, from prescription drug monitoring to a fuel-tax hike and criminal justice reform.
MU's College of Arts and Science held its commencement ceremonies Friday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. It was a chance for the Class of 2021 to celebrate with family and friends in person just a year after commencement was delayed for the Class of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The legislation also allows college athletes to benefit financially from their likeness.
House Bill 297 passed through the House in April despite bipartisan concerns. The bill passed in the Senate 23 to 9.
The Missourian gave disposable film cameras to seven MU journalism seniors. They gave us these pictures.
Social distancing and mask wearing will still be implemented in classrooms.
Two mid-Missouri students, from MU and Rock Bridge High School, have become well-known content creators on TikTok.
The motion followed a student protest last month about plans to restructure MU's social justice centers.
Things look a bit different, but the excitement around MU's graduation feels the same.