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A long road to a college degree

Donald C. Krechel wanted to finish his college degree but two wars, marriage and parenthood got in the way.

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At home on Francis Quadrangle

The Deatons open their home — the Residence on Francis Quadrangle — to guests in an effort to preserve and share the rich history of this MU landmark.

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Oracle of Omaha rubs elbows with students

MU students delight in meeting Warren Buffett face to face.

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Planting passion

Chris Pires, a rising star in life sciences research, gets down and dirty with broccoli and brussels sprouts and inspires the next generation of scientists.

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Century-old photos

John Evvard's photos from his student days at Mizzou found their way home.

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Bound for Beijing

J-School students will cover the Olympic games Aug. 6-24.

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Chronicling Missouri's method

"I liken it to the Constitution," author Steve Weinberg says of first Dean Walter Williams' hands-on method for the School of Journalism. "It may be somewhat dated, but it hasn't needed a lot of conventions to amend it."

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Out of comfort zone

Photojournalist Robin Hoecker, a Fulbright Beginning Professional Journalism Award winner, spreads cultural diversity through pictures and words.