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Dungeon Masters

Dungeons and Dragons returns to the Geek Week Game Night, 6-10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 at Mark Twain Residence Hall.

Jessica Blake – August & September 2018

Wow! It is so hard to believe that it has already been eight weeks, but I am so happy to be settling in at Mizzou. The first half of the semester has been so full of activities and has gone by so fast. It feels like I was just making the long drive from Ohio,…

Molly McDermott – August & September 2018

The first month of my freshman year has flown by! After move-in day, which was busy but very exciting, Welcome Week kick started my time here at Mizzou. All of the activities during the week, including a free concert, midnight barbeque, and First Roar, were great opportunities to meet new people and become more familiar…

Delanie Vinzant – August & September 2018

Hello everyone! The first few weeks of college have been intense, but I am so lucky to have an amazing network of Stamps Scholars and Honors College faculty to help guide me through my journey. I already know that applying for the Stamps program and coming to Mizzou were the two best decisions I have…

A Powerful Experience

Learning does not stop when the semester ends. This past summer, five honors students traveled to Bosnia, studying the history, outcomes and lasting effects of the Bosnian Genocide.

Journalism Undergrad Co-Publishes Research in Academic Journal

For Caroline Dade, research ‘bridges gap’ between academia and journalism industry.

Weird Fascination

A student’s clubmates help her find her scientific calling.

Stop the Stereotypes

When Emma Worgul had to choose between attending Washington University, Kansas State, and Mizzou, the Brazeal Honors College Endowed Diversity Scholarship was the deciding factor.

From Vikings to IKEA

From classes to tutorials, the Honors College offers a wide range of options covering dozens of topics. This spring, a new art history…

An Editor’s Perspective

On April 26, six Honors students sat down with Honors College alum Margaret Holt for a luncheon at the International Café. Holt graduated from MU in 1973 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and is the current Standards Editor for the Chicago Tribune.