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Mizzou makes a statement

The Missouri Tigers dominate the Arkansas Razorbacks and delight the 35,000 faithful at the Cotton Bowl.

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Postcard dates to 1907

Century-old postcard packed with Mizzou spirit.

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The roar remains the same

Tiger fans take a tough loss but celebrate a historic season.

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Hungry for a win

Despite freezing temperatures, Tigers experience toasty roast of archrival Jayhawks.

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Discover new public art

Mizzou's new Bond Life Sciences Center is now home to an even newer piece of art that spans the building's five-story Alvin E. (Al) and Mary Agnes McQuinn Atrium.

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Art imitating research

New architectural art in the Bond Life Sciences Center renders collaboration in aluminum, steel and acrylic.

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Making aquatic acquaintances

MU entomologist Bob Sites escorted a group of MU undergraduates on a study trip to Thailand Dec. 27, 2006, through Jan. 17, 2007.

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What's so funny?

It's your turn to come up with a gag line.

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In his own words

MIZZOU Photographer Rob Hill discusses some of his favorite images from Mizzou Today, a new book published by the University of Missouri Press.

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MIZZOU Today

MIZZOU photographer Rob Hill's work is featured in a new book, Mizzou Today. Hill thinks of MU in terms of a visual story: scientists doing research, faculty sharing knowledge, athletes in competition. "The underlying spirit of exploration, learning and knowledge is a fascinating photographic palette with which to work," he says.