Nov. 08, 2017

Bioengineering capstone course implements theater techniques

Published by Stephi Smith

The class encourages students to think using more divergent methods to find more than one solution to a problem.

Nov. 07, 2017

The Joan Crawford Effect reveals the life of a star who spent time in Columbia

Published by Jane Mather-Glass

The exhibit at Stephens College gives insight to the life of a classic film star and her time in Columbia.

Festival of South African Dance sheds light on South African struggles

Published by Alexandra Sharp

This interactive, cultural narrative ended in singing, dancing and a standing ovation.

Missouri wrestling finds another place on campus to wrestle

Published by Hannah Hoffmeister

After practicing at the Student Center and competing at Jesse Hall last season, the Tigers discovered a new spot on Saturday: Mizzou Softball Stadium.

Identifying the most crucial matchups of Mizzou basketball’s upcoming schedule

Published by Garrett Jones

The Tigers are set to battle tough competition, including Kentucky, Iowa State and Florida.

For Amina Ismail, tennis continues to be a family affair

Published by Toby Lowe

Ismail has followed in her family’s footsteps with 154 wins in her collegiate career.

Daymond John spoke to MU students, inspiring “future sharks” in Jesse Auditorium

Published by Michael Wilmarth

John used humor and his “SHARK points” to inspire the audience.

Bill lowers GPA requirement for unpaid MSA positions

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

The change was proposed last year but was withdrawn due to disagreement within Senate.

Columbia native Jack Parker finds early success with men’s golf

Published by Cole Bollinger

“You can’t lose with this young man,” coach Mark Leroux said.

Houston Strong: What a sports team can mean to a community reeling from disaster

Published by Blake Heckel

As the Astros’ championship proved, there is nothing that brings people together quite like sports.

MU introduces ResLife initiative with reduced housing and dining costs

Published by Galen Bacharier

The initiative will result in a 3.5 percent cost reduction for the most common housing and dining plans.

Women’s basketball topples McKendree in final tuneup before opener

Published by Andy Kimball

The Tigers took down McKendree 80-30 behind 13 points from junior Sophie Cunningham.

Nov. 06, 2017

Mizzou swim and dive places second overall at Saluki Invite

Published by Alex Gelabert

The Tigers earned several wins over nonconference opponents but continued to struggle in SEC play.

An electrifying second set victory leads Missouri volleyball in win over LSU

Published by Liad Lerner

The Tigers used the momentum of a back-and-forth second set win to earn the 3-0 sweep.

Nov. 05, 2017

From jokes to Greek life: a look at the rise of the Mizzou Dad shirt

Published by Katie Harff

If you thought it was just parents wearing shirts that say “Mizzou Mom” or “Mizzou Dad,” you thought wrong.

Nov. 04, 2017

Mizzou wrestling braves the cold and tops Illinois 20-17

Published by Bennett Durando

Mizzou wrestling tops Illinois to start season

Missouri finds success on the ground, pounces all over Florida 45-16

Published by Eli Lederman

Larry Rountree III and Ish Witter combined for 166 yards on the ground to power the Tigers past the Gators on Saturday.

Veteran leadership backed by historic success leads club golf in another national championship run

Published by Owen Krucoff

Founded just five years ago, the team is already one of the most successful club sports at Mizzou.

MU professors’ startup creates product that whitens teeth with a smartphone

Published by Morgan Smith

Novashine not only increases whitening efficacy but lessens sensitivity with an LED tray that lights up when plugged into a smartphone.

MU faculty release third edition of guidebook expanding on interventions for school children

Published by Tatyana Monnay

The guidebook features 83 interventions to help students from preschool to high school.