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We are the oldest college west of the Mississippi and the largest division at MU. The college provides its more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students with liberal education programs in fine and performing arts, humanities, and social and natural sciences. In addition, the college is responsible for teaching most of the core courses required of all undergraduate students on campus. Read more...
- Missouri Music Hall of Fame Inducts Michael Budds
- “Hidden Treasure of Rome” Project Unveiled; MU, Italian Museum, City of Rome, Energy Company Partner for Historical Cultural Project (MU News Bureau)
- MEDIA ADVISORY: MizzouDiversity Hosts “Forum on Ferguson,” An Open Dialogue for the MU and Columbia Communities (MU News Bureau)
- Why did the salamander climb the tree? Not to get a different meal, according to a new study
- MEDIA ADVISORY: MU’s Bond Life Sciences Center’s Science Café Hosts Discussion on the History and Observation of Comets (MU News Bureau)
- Clarke’s Art Has Heart
- Scientists Discover the Genomic Origins of Canola
- John C. Walker Appointed MU Curators’ Professor
- MU Researchers Find Boron Facilitates Stem Cell Growth and Development in Corn (MU News Bureau)
- Stephen Montgomery-Smith Labors to Find Elusive Proof
“We Always Swing” Jazz Series kicks off the 2014–15 season with a double-bill concert
Conrad Herwig’s Latin Side All-Stars + Joe Lovano AND special guest Chucho Valdés
Thursday, October 2. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m.
Discounted tickets available for MU faculty, staff, and students:
Front floor/lower balcony—$35 (regularly $45)
Middle of floor, back—$30 (regularly $39)
Call 573-449-3009 or visit wealwaysswing.org
Student/group discounts available (6 or more tickets)
Professor Elijah Anderson, from Yale University, will discuss race relations during his upcoming lecture, “New American Color Line.”
Oct. 9, 3:30 p.m., Leadership Auditorium, second floor, Student Union
This talk is co-sponsored by W.W. Norton Publishing, the Department of Sociology, the Black Studies Department and the Chancellor’s Distinguished Visitor’s Program.
The Peace Studies Program and the Department of Romance Languages present “Learning from Latin American Social Movements” by Clif Ross and Marcy Rein
Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m., Middlebush 212
Ross and Rein will be speaking on their book, Until the Rulers Obey, which examines democratization in Latin America. Invite your Homecoming visitors and relatives to the talk!
The Peace Studies Program will host a limited number of visiting alumni as guests to dinner with the speakers, at the Broadway Brewery (816 E Broadway, Columbia) at 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 24. E-mail email@example.com for reservations, please.