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Features

walkthru

New school year opens with energy

For the 15th year, the Mizzou Alumni Association fed thousands of students Tiger Stripe ice cream during Tiger Walk Aug. 23 on Francis Quadrangle. On opening day Aug. 24, total enrollment hit a new high.

spoon

Spoon-fed

Now that Missouri football has earned national respect, players are hungry for seconds. And thirds.

Eva

A new frame for aging

TigerPlace, a long-term care facility in Columbia designed by researchers at MU¿s School of Nursing, places sensors around residents' apartments as part of a series of studies measuring physical and cognitive decline.

spoon

Behind the scenes of "Spoon-fed"

MIZZOU magazine cameras rolled as senior offensive lineman Kurtis Gregory, defensive lineman Jaron Baston, junior tailback Derrick Washington and senior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon hammed it up in a breakfast-themed photo shoot for the MIZZOU Fall 2009 football preview.

tigerplace

We all fall down

Stunt actors help MU researchers develop sensors and software to detect falls.

showme

New fight, same bite

Missouri Showme, the long-gone campus humor magazine, tackled the pageantry of Saturday afternoon Tiger football at Memorial Stadium. MIZZOU magazine brought one creation back to life in the Fall 2009 Homecoming Special Section.

marshals

Sitting in with Sundvold & Stipanovich

Mizzou basketball greats Jon Sundvold and Steve Stipanovich are Homecoming grand marshals in 2009. They sat down with MIZZOU magazine to talk over the sport they love.

adams

John Adams: In his element

Students regularly give highest-level evaluations to chemistry Professor John Adams for his teaching, but few realize the extent of his dedication. In 2009, he received the University of Missouri President's Award for Teaching Excellence.

students

Research into all walks of life

Undergraduate research projects are a smart choice for five Mizzou students.