On April 2 each year, the Thompson Center joins Autism Speaks to promote World Autism Awareness Day through the Light It Up Blue campaign. In 2015, University of Missouri campus locations and buildings throughout Columbia were lit with blue lights to promote acceptance and awareness with the international community of people with autism spectrum disorders. Truman and his buddy TJ joined the community awareness event at the MU Student Center, followed by a brief walk at dusk to Memorial Union. Inside the Student Center, volunteers awarded prizes to attendees, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Columbia Chamber of Commerce and dropped balloons.
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MU Study shows 8-week training program helps promote healthy lifestyle for seniors.
4-H teens teach Healthy Habits
Teen leaders in the Missouri 4-H Healthy Habits program are promoting nutrition education and food access to underserved youths and families.
Mizzou, MU Health Care to host drive-thru flu shot clinics
Clinics are available to faculty, staff, students and community members.
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Mizzou Artist in Residence: Marc McKee
Poet Marc McKee narrates an excerpt from his poem, "Blooper Real," as part of the fall 2020 Artist in Residence installment.
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