MU Researchers Blind and Kill Beagles in Failed ExperimentIn Buyukmihci’s opinion, the experiment performed at Mizzou was painful to the dogs and poorly designed.
Mizzou Researchers Sued for Blinding, Killing Beagles in Failed ExperimentAnother controversy at Mizzou — a rescue organization is suing researchers at the University of Missouri – Columbia who purposely blinded six beagles and then killed them after the project failed.
Vendor Shoots Self in Leg on Missouri Campus, Prompts AlertPolice at the University of Missouri in Columbia are investigating after a weapon accidentally discharged in the loading dock of the Plaza 900 dining hall at 900 Virginia Avenue.
University of Missouri Makes New Pitch to Fill DormsThe university's residential life website shows that there are still more than 1,500 vacancies to be filled in undergraduate dormitories.
Mizzou Journalism Student, Interning in Brussels, Recounts Her ExperienceWhile interviewing Hilling, you could still hear sirens blaring in the background. She said ambulances were still running back and forth, and hospitals were full.
Missouri Educator Fired Over Role in Protests Files AppealMelissa Click said in a statement Tuesday that her Feb. 25 dismissal by university system curators was unfair.
Mizzou Asst. Prof. Melissa Click TerminatedThe Board of Curators voted Wednesday night in executive session to terminate Click.
Suspended Mizzou Professor Reaches Deal in Assault CaseProsecutor considers ``this disposition to be appropriate.''
Record Enrollment At MizzouThe first-day count was nearly 35,000. That's almost 2.5% more than last fall.
Scientists Suggest Sound as Possible Alternative to PesticidesUniversity of Missouri scientists suggest that one day we may be able to use sound, rather than pesticides, to protect plants from harm.
Mizzou Law Professor Reacts to Michigan's Affirmative Action BanProfessor Josh Hawley says the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold the ban on affirmative action is about the fundamental rights of voters.
Mo. Senate Endorses Plan for Building BondsThough some Republicans objected to incurring more debt, Missouri senators gave initial approval Thursday to a plan that would authorize $600 million of bonds to pay for hundreds of long-needed repairs at state buildings and public colleges.