I’ve always been a person who has been a seeker in terms of spiritual seeking; in terms of just being able to do the most I can do in this life. And I’ve always been a high achiever. I like to have a lot of fun and I have all these goals ahead of me, they are always to achieve. I have never been satisfied in just myself doing mediocre things. I’ve always wanted to do things better and push myself very hard. I compete with myself in a way that’s kind of playful and I’ve done that in dance and now I’m doing it in powerlifting. And I like to live a life on fire. I like to feel as if when I die someday it’s going to be because I’ve tried everything that I wanted to do and done it to my fullest extent, so, that I just slowly burn out like a flame.
Mizzou online programs continue to shine in rankings
Online degree programs at MU recognized among the best in nation.
Competition and camaraderie
In March, Mizzou’s Entrepreneur Quest will give $30,000 to students building their own companies. Meet the 10 finalist teams and hear from past participants.
Redefining alcohol use disorder
MU researchers offer a new framework to better identify and diagnose this significant medical condition and connect people with personalized treatment options based on their symptoms.
Teaching and Learning
Department of Geological Sciences celebrates 150th anniversary
Take a digital walk through the department’s history and milestones, from its creation to today.
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