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The Button Nose Kid: How one man is breaking into the toy industry
J’Mel Dowdell’s thirst for entrepreneurial life started when he was young, now it's a full-fledge toy company.
Columbia’s School of Metaphysics prepares for its 26th annual National Dream Hotline
Columbia prepares for its first total eclipse in more than 500 years
The Power Of Centering Blackness In Iconic Art – The Establishment
JoMerra Watson wanted to see paintings that centered black people. So using classic paintings as inspiration, she created her own.
A Passion for Plates
Three Mizzou students turn food and friendship into a thriving business
Why Black Lives Matter Protestors Are Turning to Teaching
Activists say the classroom offers a space to put the group’s beliefs into action.
Twitter Activist, History Scholar
Marcia Chatelain talks about her activism at Mizzou and how it propelled her into a career in higher ed
Good to Go
Freshman Raven Smith is on a mission to end gun violence in Chicago
Mizzou’s fraternity and sorority system is bigger, bolder and broader than ever before
Best of Columbia 2014
Inside Columbia readers choose their favorite people and places of the year
Best Wedding Registry Items for a Kitchen Newbie
If you're looking for wedding gift ideas, search no further. You don't have to be a professional chef to justify top-notch kitchen tools.
December graduates embrace the future
Kalle LeMone turned her passion into a full-time business in downtown Columbia
First-time students learn what it means to be a Tiger
Columbians celebrate the 100th anniversary of World War I