On Campus

Sep. 24, 2019

Odyssey translator Emily Wilson talks about complexity of translation, media reaction

The writer spoke as part of MU’s “Gender and Translation” series.

Sep. 24, 2019

MU students form band Dirty Laundry, play covers on campus

The members of Dirty Laundry talk about their band and their background in music before college.

Sep. 10, 2019

MU hosts FYG U Fest with headliner Trippie Redd

The free concert for college students showcased singers Souly Had, Supa Dupa Humble, Luh Kel, DaniLeigh and Trippie Redd in Carnahan Quad.

Sep. 03, 2019

Four tips to get out of your post-summer slump

So long summer, hello homework! If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the transition, here are a few tips to help relieve some stress.

Aug. 21, 2019

Artistic organizations offer ways to become involved

MU offers several clubs that facilitate self-expression in different mediums.

Jun. 04, 2019

Columbia offers opportunities for environmental volunteering

Here are five ways to help the environment while in Columbia.

Apr. 30, 2019

Dean Kathryn Chval promotes quality math education for underserved students

MU’s College of Education Dean Kathryn Chval was awarded the prestigious Iris M. Carl Equity and Leadership Award for significant contributions to the quality of mathematics education provided to underserved students.

Apr. 30, 2019

Mizzou in Review: Four of the year’s most notable student artworks

This school year, the MU art community brought us artistic expression in a whole new way, from Sherlock-themed operas to rubber ducks.

Apr. 30, 2019

Mizzou Student Suicide Prevention Coalition holds annual butterfly release

The student organization hopes to start a conversation on mental health with the event.

Apr. 24, 2019

Unbound Reading celebrates black female writers through roundtable reads

The “Unbound Reading: Women’s Voices” event provided undergraduate students with opportunities to read books written by black writers in a roundtable style.

Apr. 16, 2019

‘Queer Eye’ star Antoni Porowski comes to Jesse Auditorium

The culinary expert of Fab Five shared his experiences on the Netflix hit and his cooking skills with MU students.

Apr. 09, 2019

Chancellor’s Arts Showcase celebrates #MizzouMade artists

The showcase was an evening of opera, musical theater and other forms of art by former and current MU students celebrating their roots in MU.

Apr. 09, 2019

The Omnilvx Method debuts as part of the Mizzou New Play Series

The new play by grad student Taylor Sklenar combines theater, science and poetry.

Apr. 09, 2019

College of Education’s The Bridge promotes diversity through research discussions

The Bridge, located in the College of Education, promotes diversity, equity and inclusion by facilitating research discussions, workshops and mentorship between students, staff and faculty across campus.

Mar. 21, 2019

TAM department holds symposium to address lack of inclusivity in clothing design

Invited panelists gave insight into an often-overlooked issue.

Mar. 19, 2019

MU Theatre Department performs ‘Waiting for Godot,’ raises questions on meaning of life

The MU Theatre Department put on “Waiting for Godot” this past week, selling out all five nights in a row and letting audience members’ perspectives take over with philosophical script.

Mar. 19, 2019

Virgie Tovar discusses body discrimination at ‘Lose Hate Not Weight’ event

Virgie Tovar, an author and activist on body image, came from San Francisco to the MU Student Center, bringing an intersectional feminist approach to diet culture.

Mar. 18, 2019

Hypnotist brings mix of humor, music, mind control to MU

chrisjones took his stage act from “America’s Got Talent” to Jesse Auditorium.

Mar. 12, 2019

‘Womxn’ gives a space to female-identifying artists

On International Women’s Day, “Womxn: art in all its forms” showed that the fight for female representation in art is constant.

Feb. 26, 2019

Visiting artist shows his style of ceramic sculpting to MU students

Sculptor Sunkoo Yuh finds his inspiration in improvisation.