On Campus

May. 03, 2018

MU student takes nontraditional path to success

Mary Grace Newman balances her political science studies while devoting her time to the community.

May. 03, 2018

Top students: Christopher Dade distinguishes himself through involvement and scholarship

Dade’s willingness to dedicate himself to his studies and campus organizations has led to many opportunities at MU and beyond.

May. 03, 2018

Lucy Givens: Ranger Commander, community leader and true tiger

Lucy Givens reflects on her time in ROTC, women’s tennis and her many other organizations that give back.

May. 02, 2018

MU Tonight holds its last show for the semester

MU Tonight is a branch of MUTV that focuses on live interviews, Internet videos and news jokes.

May. 01, 2018

MU community participates in the world’s largest student film festival

The festival brought its filmmaking challenge to MU students in a busy week of producing, editing and learning.

May. 01, 2018

Petition for residency leaves students in Columbia over summer

The summer months are supposed to be a time of relaxation, but for those petitioning residency, it can get stressful. Here are some tips to help:

May. 01, 2018

Former “Bachelor” Ben Higgins promotes purpose at Mizzou for Malawi fundraiser

Between raffles and talk about the show “The Bachelor,” the “Benerous” fundraiser gave insight into the children’s lives of Malawi.

Apr. 24, 2018

‘Lady Parts’ discusses feminism over four nights

The song cycle by Meg Phillis Crespy presented eight female performers with the opportunity to sing about subjects that go beyond their relationships with men.

Apr. 24, 2018

MizzouThon debuts fashion show for Miracle Kids

MizzouThon’s first fashion show had the theme “Strut Your Strength.”

Apr. 23, 2018

Caring for Columbia helps community one piece of trash at a time

Though the event was a good bonding experience, it showed some citizens do not care where their trash ends up.

Apr. 21, 2018

MU students perform in 13th annual Queer Monologues

Seven performers took the stage at MU’s Queer Monologues to share their stories and experiences.

Apr. 18, 2018

It’s On Us Mizzou raises sexual assault awareness through Week of Action and proposed bill

The national movement to end sexual assault has propelled It’s On Us Mizzou to raise awareness and propose changes in the Missouri legislature.

Apr. 16, 2018

LGBTQ community celebrates Pride Month with two drag performances

QTPOC Vice President Jack Dae Han Miller: “Having drag be there for us, the way it has been for the LGBTQ people, is part of our history, is part of our present, is one of the things that will bring us to a better future.”

Apr. 10, 2018

MizzouThon raises upward of $300,000 for pediatric patients

MizzouThon’s main event is a dance marathon for 13.1 hours for participants who have raised money to support Miracle Kids and the MU Children’s Hospital.

Apr. 09, 2018

Mizzou Botanic Garden focuses on mission while preparing new landscape

The entire MU campus is classified as a botanical garden.

Apr. 03, 2018

Space, climate and humans: Bill Nye’s night at Jesse Hall

Nye discussed his parents, problems and solutions for global warming and the necessity of space exploration.

Apr. 03, 2018

BuzzFeed Tasty’s Nick Guillory serves up social media expertise

Guillory talked about his career after graduating from MU and how he ended up becoming Tasty’s social media strategist.

Mar. 19, 2018

Women’s Poetry Night empowers performers and audience

Eight women performed their original poetry for an intimate crowd.

Mar. 19, 2018

Femprov celebrates female-driven improv comedy

Two all-female teams from MU Improv performed scenes about exorcisms, bestiality and a failing family coal business Tuesday night.

Mar. 17, 2018

Green Dot Week encourages a safer campus

Students can learn how to take passive and active action against sexual and relationship violence.