Mizzou Basketball Team Hosting Rally For Girl With CancerWhen Mizzou Men's Basketball plays Tennessee Saturday afternoon at Mizzou arena, fans will be offered free general admission with a cash donation to "Rally For Rhyan."
Missouri Presidential Search Committee Members ExpandedEvery person named to the committee will have a vote, which gives students a voting role for the first time.
Lawmakers, Governor Quarrel Over UM System WoesRepublican-led General Assembly leaders say they're in no hurry to seat new curators
Univ. of Missouri Officials Under Fire for Expensive Hotel StaysInterim system President Mike Middleton says this a "serious" situation.
Missouri Bill Aimed at Block Censorship of Student Reporters``I think it's time that Missouri becomes known as a state that values free speech, especially for student journalists,'' Haahr said
University of Missouri Receives Downgrade from Standard & Poor'sAs the University of Missouri - Columbia's campus tries to rebound from racial unrest, the school's Double A-Plus credit rating has been dropped from stable to negative.
Last Black University of Missouri Curator Steps DownGov. Jay Nixon on Monday confirmed the David Steward's departure, which leaves three vacancies on the nine-member board.
Mizzou Quarterback Maty Mauk Permanently Dismissed from TeamMauk earlier this week was suspended indefinitely after a brief video was posted to Twitter showing a person appearing to snort a white, powder-like substance. The accompanying tweet mentioned Mauk by name.
Former Missouri System President Criticizes School LeadersFormer University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe is criticizing most officials involved in turmoil at the university's Columbia campus last year that led to his resignation.
Click Pleads Not Guilty in Assault CaseClick called for ``some muscle'' to help remove the videographer from the protest area on the Columbia campus.
Missouri Bill Would Require Free Speech Class in CollegeDepartment of Communication assistant professor Melissa Click was charged with misdemeanor assault Monday after a run-in with a student photographer and a videographer in November.
Mizzou Assistant Professor Click Charged with AssaultClick, an assistant professor of communications, garnered national attention after she confronted a student photographer and another student videographer during the protests.