Check out these local spots before your next photo shoot.
Construction on the project was delayed by winter weather, but the university expects to use the new facility soon.
MU offers a variety of opportunities for students to study abroad. These experiences can further a student's academics, career and life enjoyment.
Choosing which club to join can be intimidating for some.
Emily Housey is a junior at MU. She's also the CEO of her own company, Housey Designs. What started with a cardboard letter has grown into a 300-square-foot shop with the help of MU.
What started out as gaming entertainment has become a professional, organized competitive sport. The esports industry made $905 million in 2018 and is projected to make $1.1 billion in 2019, according to Forbes Magazine.
The influx of college students helps Rock Bottom Comics keep 'refreshing itself' in its 46 years in business.
Although the timing isn’t mandated, most students begin their residency switch process as freshmen, spending their first summer as a college student in Missouri.
Try a few simple recipes to spice up your meals in the dormitory.
Volunteer Columbia coordinates over 50,000 hours of volunteer work each year.
Check out some of these places when you're looking for a new spot to study.
At Mizzou opportunities to meet people are everywhere — on campus and downtown.
The annual True/False Film Fest is a nationally esteemed four-day weekend film, art and music festival set in Columbia. Outside of the main celebrations, there are educational events where students in Columbia and surrounding areas receive first-hand experience and witness what their prefe…
Columbia is home to many interesting music venues that feature numerous stunning performances. Also, if music venues aren’t your preference, Columbia has several music festivals for new college students to check out. Below are some options for satisfying your live music hunger in the coming months.
MU Libraries' engagement librarian Grace Atkins talks parts of the library she believes all students should know about.
Unless you’re naturally a super-disciplined person, you’ll find yourself on more than one occasion taking naps on campus benches or under a tree between classes.
Avoid studying with people who distract you, even if it is your roommate or best friend.
The music scene in Columbia has a variety of options for different kinds of music lovers.
Nearly half of MU students take an online class, but finishing them successfully requires discipline and good time management.
Both the men's and women's teams have improved in recent years.
Go to class. Don't suck up to them. Look alive. Pay attention to their body language.
All you need to do is become familiar with the center and prepare before you see a doctor.
This year's involvement fair will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5 on Kuhlman Court, between the MU Student Center and Ellis Library.
Motivate Missouri athletes by attending the free women's sports games, matches and meets.
Don't be scared to enter the jungle. The indoor pool and spa area, known as Tiger Grotto, might be intimidating to some, but once you've taken a few steps, you'll be ready for a mini-vacation.
Looking to do something fun and different? Breakout CoMo is a new game downtown. The goal is to solve puzzles with teammates and escape a room in under an hour.
Join the official student cheering section at Missouri football games.
If you're at loose ends on a weeknight and need to get your sporting fix, Missouri women's basketball could be your ticket.
This Finance Crash Course 101 provides incoming freshmen with tips on how to manage their finances correctly by saving and budgeting.
MU has plenty of resources to help direct students toward involvement opportunities.
For freshmen who are new to being on their own and cooking, here are some beginner recipes that can be made in a dorm room.
For when the MU Recreation Center is getting old or feels too stuffy, here are a few other options for exercising in and around Columbia.