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An icon of econ

Professor John Kuhlman, who taught Econ 51 at MU, now teaches English as a second language in Asheville, N.C..

Web exclusive: Mizzou graduates participate in the Olympics

Christian Cantwell and Ben Askren represent Mizzou on the world stage.

Web exclusive: Growing victories

Don Holst Resurrected a line of Olympic bur oak trees that was brought back from the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.

Web extra: I scream, you scream

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Tiger Stripe ice cream is made.

Audio slideshow: A fresh(man) look at campus

Let a Summer Welcome tour guide Ashley McDonald reintroduce you to Mizzou.

Web exclusive: The science guys

Three MU students earned 2008 Goldwater Scholarships. Created in 1986, the scholarship program's mission is to provide a continuous flow of qualified scientists, mathematicians and engineers. It is awarded to roughly 300 students nationally a year.

Web exclusive: Honoring excellence

In April 2008, Chancellor Brady J. Deaton and Jim Schatz, chairman of Commerce Bank in Columbia, surprised five faculty members in their classrooms to award them with a William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence.

Web exclusive: Looking inside the brain

The university's new functional magnetic resonance imaging machine (fMRI) allows researchers to see brains in action.

High hopes for nursing

Judith Miller, MU's new dean of nursing as of Aug. 1, comes to MU from Marquette University, where she joined the faculty in 1971.

A museum all about you

A new venue, the YouZeum, offers a high-tech, interactive take on the human body. It opened May 1 at 608 E. Cherry St. in downtown Columbia.

Readying campus for a record incoming class

Planners all over campus have been hard at work rethinking class schedules, booking more class sections, hiring more faculty, arranging more accommodations, and just generally scrambling to ensure students get the best the university has to offer.

Campaign nears goal

Donations of $160.5 million made the 2007-08 fiscal year a record breaker for Mizzou.

Prep the polls

MU's Truman School of Public Affairs received a grant to help Boone County, Mo., recruit a new, technology-savvy generation of poll workers for the 2008 elections.