I’m the owner and director of Columbia Dance Academy and living my dream is what I’m doing now. Owning your own business and being in-charge is probably one of the best things to ever happen to me. Dance has just been my passion for as long as I can remember. I started when I was three and I never really stopped. There was a break there for a little while when I went to college and got a degree and I actually worked in the business world for 14 years or so before I came back to the dance world. And once that decision was made, there was no going back. I feel like I’m exactly where I need to be, at exactly the time I need to be here and I can’t imagine doing anything else with my life.
Inaugural Mizzou Medal of Distinction awarded to George P. Smith in recognition of outstanding service
The medal recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves through scholarly, artistic, professional, governmental or humanitarian achievements.
Between the stacks of Ellis Library
Ellis Library has supplied academic resources for its patrons since 1916. Learn more about this central campus resource.
Formalized education on breast cancer survivorship can help nurses provide more streamlined care, MU study finds
Findings can help create standardized, formalized education for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses earlier in their careers.
During a recent Mizzou Football game, Marching Mizzou celebrated 65 years of women in Marching Mizzou.
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