Around the Columns
As part of the new Student Center construction, University Bookstore and other services in Brady Commons moved to a new location.
The Show-me State Games is a year-round multisport program for Missouri amateur athletes. On Feb. 6¿8, 2009, fourth- through eighth-grade boys and girls from across the state descended on the Mizzou Student Recreation Complex to compete in the Hoopin¿ It Up basketball tournament.
Tigers bound for the Alamo Bowl
KU beats MU in final seconds of 2008 Border War.
The For All We Call Mizzou campaign reached its $1 billion goal on Nov.7, 2008, almost two months early. The campaign ends Dec. 31, 2008.
It was a tall order, but Chancellor Brady Deaton and several distinguished speakers did their best to condense 100 years of MU's academic excellence into an hour-long celebration.
Sen. Barack Obama visited Mizzou Oct. 30, 2008, during the last week of his presidential campaign.
Putting on the Homecoming show takes lots of planning and long hours of pomping decs, constructing and painting floats, rehearsing skits and more. See the results of all that work.
America thinks Neal E. Boyd's got talent! As a winner of a popular television contest, Neal E. Boyd beat out 200,000 other performers.
The Truman Scholarship supports college juniors who are exceptional leaders and want careers in the public or nonprofit sectors. Two Mizzou students received scholarships in 2008. They join two other pairs of past MU Truman Scholars.
MU is ranked No. 1 nationally among BCS institutions in terms of student athlete academic performance, as evidenced by quarterback Chase Daniel¿s eligibility for the Draddy Trophy, or so-called academic Heisman.