The MIZZOU magazine staff has assembled personal picks of Columbia's quintessential bits. We favored places and events that have been around awhile but broke that rule a few times, too.
You know them, but do you really know them? Since the early 1970s, eight to 12 people show up around campus once a week to distribute The Add Sheet, a booklet of local business advertisements and coupons.
Hobbyist? Enthusiast? Buff? Students have fun and make friends in hundreds of clubs at Mizzou.
The cornerstone of Academic Hall, Mizzou's first building, moves from exposed to protected.
For years, the fine folks at Shakespeare's Pizza have made us chuckle with their witty and seemingly arbitrary print advertisements. Written in the spirit of the irreverent restaurant, they often read like spontaneous creative writing assignments or Mad magazine excerpts. Here are a few our favorites from recent years.
Hear David Spear reflect on his life as a full-time Columbia artist and MU graduate teaching assistant.
Tour a 1951 house designed by the firm of St. Louisan William Bernoudy, who apprenticed to architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It's a work of art that doubles as a dwelling.