I went to college at the University of Missouri - Columbia, where I experienced the only period of timidity in my life. On my twenty-first birthday, I had to get up before dawn to stand in line to register for three in-demand classes. I'd like to think I celebrated getting my classes and attaining l ... More >>
budlight.comâ€‹ Add Mizzou to the list of schools that fail to see the "genius" of the Bud Light Fan Can. Chancellor Brady Deaton has officially registered his disapproval.As Chad reported last week, Fan Cans, A-B's latest ad campaign for the fall, involves selling cans of Bud-Light decorated ... More >>
As you may know, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri, is owned and operated by the University of Missouri School of Journalism, which allows its students to hone their skills as reporters and anchors on a real television station. As you can see from the video below, one of these students may wan ... More >>
Photo: Jennifer SilverbergBarham at the Columbia Farmers' Market one Saturday morning in 2006Reading earlier today about how Anheuser-Busch InBev has lost another round in European courts over the use of the name "Budweiser" in Europe reminded me of the very swell time I had reporting the story, "Bo ... More >>
Update: It appears that it was actually a hookah that started the fire, which would help explain the charcoal claim. The University of Missouri's student newspaper has the scoop.This just in from the AP via the Kansas City Star:COLUMBIA | Fire investigators are blaming an unattended bong for a fire ... More >>
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