Missouri State University Bans DronesThe policy was approved Oct. 3 by university president Clif Smart.
Suspect in Missouri State Teacher's Death to Get Mental ExamInvestigators have not disclosed a possible motive for the attack.
Missouri State Dealing with Bats in ClassroomsThe university's working to ensure all bats have been removed.
Enrollment Up at Other Missouri Universities as Mizzou DropsThe incoming freshman class for this academic year at the University of Missouri shrank by almost one-quarter.
Police Seek Motive for Deadly Attack on Missouri ProfessorAuthorities are ``still piecing together the why.''
Man Charged in Death of Missouri State ProfessorMissouri State professor Marc Cooper,66, was killed Wednesday night at his home.
Missouri Sorority Opens Doors to Transgender StudentsThe Xi Omnicron Iota sorority voted Aug. 30 to change its bylaws to accept the transgender students, the Springfield News-Leader reported.
Missouri State Searching for Man Exposing Himself on CampusPolice say in one case, the victim said the man entered her room and began removing her clothes as she slept.
Protest at Missouri State Homecoming Elicits SlursDemonstrators at Missouri State University who were met with racial slurs and gun gestures during a silent march protesting fatal police shootings are receiving apologies and support from the school.
Spike in Alcohol and Drug Use at Missouri StateArrests and tickets issued for students with alcohol violations on campus increased 144 percent from 2012 to 2013.
Missouri State Renovating Springfield BuildingsMissouri State University will renovate two buildings that have a historic connections to events such as; Richard Nixon's news conference during candidacy for president and stays of Harry Truman, etc.
Mo. University: Foreign Languages On DeclineMissouri State University plans to revamp its undergraduate program in foreign languages because so few students are taking French and German.

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