After 18 years in office, Carpenter officially retired from the 13th Circuit Court on Aug. 31. She played a critical role in transforming Boone and Callaway County's drug courts and alternative sentencing.
The Bulldogs are one of the many college football teams that have begun bringing props to the sidelines as a way to celebrate big plays. In Saturday's 20-19 win over the Fighting Irish, their golden, spiked shoulder pads took the
Only two-thirds of the MU community feel comfortable on campus. Those are the results of a fall 2016 campus climate survey conducted by Rankin & Associates Consulting, which presented the findings during a town hall forum Tuesday afternoon in Jesse Auditorium. About 10,000 students, faculty and staff were surveyed to measure the climate at the four UM System schools, and 66 percent at MU said they were comfortable or very comfortable.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are set to reconvene at the state Capitol to consider bills vetoed by the governor.But it's unclear if the Republican-led Legislature will have an appetite Wednesday to override any of GOP Gov.
Sep 13, 2017 | By Benedict
Draper, an engineering firm based in Cambridge, MA, is 3D printing with a conductive metal-based multi-material ink. The company has used the process to embed electronic devices into industrial components.
3D printing has long been used as a prototyping tool for mechanical and industrial components.