Advertisements

Recent stories

Coming Out: Dave Collins, 62

Coming Out: David Huddlestonsmith, 69

Coming Out: Jess Asher, 26

Coming Out: Kayley Weinberg, 21

Coming Out: Mason Kerwick, 22

Editor's Letter: Choosing love

"Life will test and try us in many ways. One thing we can control is the amount of love we pour into the world."

Bears claw their way back to Missouri and the big screen

The Missouri Department of Conservation scientists get to track bears everyday. Thanks to Disneynature's new Earth Day movie, Bears, everyone can follow the story of two bear cubs as they roam the wilderness.

See This: Drive-By Truckers

Tenth studio album English Oceans is yet another consistent album filled with Southern-fried soul and thoughtful meditations on the Modern South.

Texan R&B artist SoMo to perform in CoMo

With his online followers, a just-released self-titled second album and a slew of tours coming up, Texan R&B artiste SoMo is poised for success in 2014.

Review: Neon Trees

Neon Trees’ music is more memorable when the energy is high. It’s pristinely presented, vaguely catchy but ultimately a bit lacking in substance.

Movie Review: Le Week-­End

(Web Exclusive) Overall, the temperature of the film resembles lukewarm bath water, which adds a rather somber, sometimes unsatisfactory, mood to the film.

Movie review: Draft Day

(Web Exclusive) A heaping helping of draft-day drama with the added excitement of a secret relationship and family issues on the side. However, the execution makes Draft Day a win for football fans and a disappointment for movie buffs.

One teacher shows how "art saves lives"

In the wake of MU's decision to cut its undergraduate art education major, protestors argue that art-ed does more for students than make them better artists. Many say that art saves lives, and stories from Hyatt-Wade’s former students give truth to the movement’s tagline.

Read this: Casebook

From the first page, the writer pulls readers into a young boy’s curiosity by taking them along on an adventure under the bed to discover the novel’s first secrets. Hiding below his parents’ dusty box springs, the young boy overhears life-changing words.

A Conversation With: Stefan Boonak and Haneen Mohammed

Getting to know the faces behind the Humans of Mizzou

Marsha Miller: Drama queen

Talking Horse Productions' latest show, The Sudden Glide is “a screwball comedy with some meat to it.”

Poetic prophecy: Aliki Barnstone

Missouri poet Aliki Barnstone seek to discover the meaning of the world around them and share it. She is a poetic prophet.

Poetic prophecy: Lianuska Gutierrez

Missouri poet Lianuska Gutierrez seek to discover the meaning of the world around them and share it. She is a poetic prophet.

Poetic prophecy: Cornelius Eady

Missouri poet Cornelius Eady seek to discover the meaning of the world around them and share it. He is a poetic prophet.

Poetic prophecy: Walter Bargen

Missouri poet Walter Bargen seek to discover the meaning of the world around them and share it. He is a poetic prophet.