A noted bow-tie aficionado, Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin brought his signature fashion statement to Mizzou when he joined the Tiger family in February, instantly raising the bar for campus attire. As we prepare to dress up for for commencement ceremonies and other fancy end-of-the-semester events, Mizzou students, faculty and staff are stepping up Tigers' style and mastering the fine art of tying a bow tie — with varying degrees of success (and authenticity; we're on to you, Truman). Join us. Grab a bow tie. We'll show you what to do.
Veterinary medicine team gives service dog a second chance
Mizzou veterinarians help Brady the golden retriever beat cancer and get back to his family.
Infinite hope: MU, community event celebrates MLK’s life and legacy
On Tuesday, Jan. 26, Andrew Young, a former U.S. ambassador and confidant of Martin Luther King Jr., will help Mizzou virtually celebrate King’s vision.
Moving forward, together
The Division of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity will host a series of discussions to reflect on Mizzou’s IDE progress and to continue building a culture of inclusive excellence.
Teaching and Learning
Career services director unveils different side in pursuit of Nashville-sized music goals
Meredith Shaw is practicing what she preaches — the importance of networking.
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