On Campus

Oct. 15, 2018

MU hosts largest student-run blood drive in U.S. for 33rd year

Over 900 people donated blood each day during the annual Homecoming blood drive at the Hearnes Center.

Oct. 09, 2018

MU’s Poetry in the Park brings student poets to the spotlight

The upcoming event serves as a stage for MU’s modern-day Shakespeares as well as serving free Chick-fil-A.

Oct. 08, 2018

MU students protest sexual assault at Speakers Circle

MU students speak on their influence, and the sexual assault protests themselves, that took place in Speakers Circle on Oct. 5.

Oct. 08, 2018

LGBTQ+ Resource Center hosts events to celebrate National Coming Out Week

These events are designed to be informative as well as fun and inclusive to all.

Oct. 06, 2018

Celebrate Ability Week brings speaker Nicole Kelly to discuss disabilities

Nicole Kelly speaks about rights and culture surrounding the disabled community, having lived her whole life with one hand.

Oct. 02, 2018

Campus Dining Services emphasizes student employment

Campus Dining Services prides itself on being the largest student employer on campus with their vast program that teaches students transferable skills and professionalism.

Sep. 30, 2018

Students find relaxation, fun at Mocktails and a Masterpiece

This artistic event allowed students to express their inner painter.

Sep. 30, 2018

Campus Dining Services: All the programs it has to offer

Offering more than just swipes at dining halls, Campus Dining Services provides many programs to increase student success and involvement on campus.

Sep. 26, 2018

Top three ways MU keeps you prepared for class

MU does what they can in order to help students succeed around campus.

Sep. 25, 2018

Buzz Sutherland brought family-friendly comedy show to Jesse Auditorium

Mizzou-made comedian Buzz Sutherland came back to MU once again to entertain parents and relatives during Family Weekend 2018.

Sep. 17, 2018

MU Tigers advocate for endangered wild tigers

Club Tigers for Tigers uses education and fundraisers to raise awareness and money for tigers in the wild.

Sep. 13, 2018

Students dedicate their time towards Mizzou Alternative Breaks

Senior Tyler Parton said MAB allows for people to learn about vulnerability and make lifelong relationships.

Sep. 12, 2018

MU NORML fights for student votes on legalization of marijuana

MU NORML advocates for student involvement in legalizing marijuana on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Sep. 11, 2018

Behind STRIPES as it creates community for volunteer members

STRIPES is a student-run organization offering free rides home every weekend for any MU student.

Sep. 11, 2018

New business Lost in the Sauce spices up MU student center

New MU Student Center business, Lost in the Sauce, aims to bring unique sauces from producers all around the world to Columbia.

Sep. 08, 2018

Learn about some of the 600 minority student organizations at MU

With more than 600 student organizations on campus focused on different minority groups, understand how to find the perfect fit for you and get to know AAA and FSU.

Sep. 06, 2018

New cosmetic store makes sweet debut in student center

Sweet Tea Cosmetics LLC was added to the MU Student Center as part of the Unions Entrepreneurial Program under the ownership of Teanna Bass.

Sep. 03, 2018

New store “popped” into the student center this year

Two MU students open What’s Poppin’ Gourmet Popcorn Company in the Student Center through the Unions Entrepreneurial Program.

Aug. 29, 2018

MU Battle Whale makes a splash

President Haley Broughton: “It really just feels like hanging out a lot of the time and laughing with your good, close friends.”

Aug. 28, 2018

MUC continues to improve MU for students with disabilities

The Mizzou Unity Coalition is looking forward to another year of advocating for students with disabilities at MU.