Group Working to Help Missouri Parents Address TraumaThe forum's participants will get a bus tour of Ferguson and St. Louis to understand the region's tension and challenges regarding inequity.
Interested Debate Observer: Washington UniversityDebate Committee Chair will be watching for protesters, media attendance, and each candidate's staff.
Al-Jazeera Reporters Claim Mistreatment in FergusonThree journalists who reported on the 2014 Ferguson riots for Al-Jazeera America have filed a lawsuit accusing police officers of violating their rights.
Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After TurmoilA former system president and a wealthy university donor will help review the University of Missouri following last year's turmoil.
University Won't Adopt Speech Policies Until at Least FallA committee issued a draft in late May of policies designed to regulate public spaces on campus while also respecting free-speech rights.
Protests Target Racism, Debt at Southern Illinois UniversityUniversity and Carbondale police reported no arrests by Monday afternoon as participants chanted in a courtyard in the center of campus.
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.
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.
Senate Approves Panel to Review University of Missouri RulesLawmakers voted 28-2 Monday to form the panel, which will recommend changes by the end of the year.
Missouri House Panel Sticks to University of Missouri CutsA House panel that proposed cutting money for the University of Missouri to show disapproval of the school's reaction to protests on campus last fall largely stuck by those cuts on Tuesday.
Mo. Lawmaker Limits Univ. Budget Over Campus ProtestsThe plan includes a 2 percent increase for state colleges and universities, except for the four-campus University of Missouri system, the Columbia Daily Tribune reported.
Mizzou Assistant Professor Click SuspendedMelissa Click pleaded not guilty to third degree assault on Tuesday.