MU Counseling Center hosts ‘Dating in the U.S.’ seminar to explain national dating customs

The seminar explained consent, dating vocabulary, websites used to meet people and what a “successful” date looks like.

Free tax prep services offered to students, faculty and community members by MU Extension

The sites allow student volunteers to prepare tax return forms for free for students, faculty and community members.

Provost search committee hosts public forum for undergraduate students

The search committee, consisting of 21 students, staff and faculty members, is projected to identify final candidates by May.

Students’ business turns video games into tool for youth development

The program plans to put on six weeks of summer camps and a live eSports event.

UM System Board of Curators discusses tuition, housing at February meeting

New Hall was officially named in honor of African-American journalist Lucile Bluford.

Columbia City Council declares support for medical marijuana in Missouri

After voting unanimously in favor of a medical marijuana resolution, Columbia will begin lobbying with state legislators and supporting the New Approach Missouri initiative.

MU Counseling Center hosts ‘Dating in the U.S.’ seminar to explain national dating customs

The seminar explained consent, dating vocabulary, websites used to meet people and what a “successful” date looks like.

MU task force recommends inactivation, consolidation and investment for academic programs

After the first stage of academic review, the MU task force on Academic Program Analysis, Enhancement and Opportunities released its final recommendations for program changes to the provost.

2018 Renewable Energy Report shows Columbia Water & Light meeting renewable energy goals

The renewable energy goals were established by a 2004 mandate that limits cost increases due to renewable source usage to 3 percent.

Students’ business turns video games into tool for youth development

The program plans to put on six weeks of summer camps and a live eSports event.

Free tax prep services offered to students, faculty and community members by MU Extension

The sites allow student volunteers to prepare tax return forms for free for students, faculty and community members.

Provost search committee hosts public forum for undergraduate students

The search committee, consisting of 21 students, staff and faculty members, is projected to identify final candidates by May.

MU professor’s research leads to discoveries in the prevention of disease spread by mosquitoes

Susanta Behura and his colleagues speculate that the disease can be prevented if mosquitoes’ receptors are manipulated.

UM System Board of Curators discusses tuition, housing at February meeting

New Hall was officially named in honor of African-American journalist Lucile Bluford.

MU’s Rural Track Pipeline Program places focus on expanding rural health care

The program tackles misconceptions students may have by exposing them to practicing in rural environments, all while benefiting the community.

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