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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - University Of Missouri–Columbia
The University of Missouri is making it easy for students to celebrate Wiccan or pagan holidays, as they've been included in the university's Guide to Religions
Turns out the other "G-spot" is a myth. Researchers at the University of Missouri have found that the so-called "God spot," an epicenter of the brain responsible for feelings of spirituality and connection to a higher power, doesn't exist.
A decade of declining state funding for the University of Missouri enhanced the appeal of switching conference alignments from the Big 12 to the more financially stable and lucrative Southeastern Conference, the university's chancellor said Monday.
After weeks of waiting, Missouri's move to the Southeastern Conference became official on Sunday.
Sharing skin color with their principal makes life better for many American teachers, according to a major new study from the University of Missouri.
The University of Missouri intends to wait for the results of an NCAA investigation into pay-for-play allegations and other possible rules violations at Miami before making any decisions about the future of new men's basketball coach Frank Haith, the school's chancellor said Friday.