University of Missouri System Launches Diversity AuditThe audit is one of several initiatives to address diversity and inclusion throughout the university system.
University of Missouri Reviews Rule for Campout ProtestsThe rule against camping overnight says a person can't create a ``bedroom or living room'' on campus grounds.
Man Pleads Guilty in Missouri Sex-Trafficking CaseThirty-five-year-old Kenyata D. Miles pleaded guilty Monday in Jefferson City to a felony count of attempted sex trafficking.
Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Missouri Planned ParenthoodA federal judge has ruled in favor of a Columbia, Missouri, Planned Parenthood clinic after the state tried to revoke its abortion license.
America's 5 Largest ZoosA look at five of the largest zoos in America, based upon size, number of animals or attendance.
Missouri Lawmaker Asks Students to Rethink Going to MizzouDemocratic Rep. Courtney Allen Curtis of Ferguson said in a statement Thursday he's concerned about the welfare of minority students.
Man Pleads Guilty to Making Online Threats Toward MizzouSentencing is set for June 16.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Mark VierlingMatt Vierling is a state champion, Mizzou Baseball bound, and he thanks his older brother at every step.
Budget Cuts To Impact Appearance of MU The cuts include mail delivery once a day, parking lot trash picked up on Mondays only and a reduction in what's called the winter weather response.
Mizzou Graduate Student Workers to Vote on UnionizationGraduate student workers with photo identification can vote.
National Grade Inflation Trend Hits University of MissouriGrades keep climbing at less selective schools and on elite Ivy League campuses.
Senate Panel Reverses University of Missouri Funding CutA Senate budget panel has approved a funding increase for public universities while voting to block money from going to Planned Parenthood.

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