Author: Aubrey Jameson

The lifestyle of a gypsy has been planted in my blood, and my past experiences of moving have taught me to be flexible with new places. Therefore, the place I call home is a hard subject to explain. Nebraska is where I was born and raised until the age of 12. My family and I lived in multiple locations in Nebraska before moving to Colorado in 2004. Colorado was my home until I graduated high school. My parents are originally from northwest Missouri; so, if I had to pick a place that most feels like home, it would be our family farm just north of Kansas City. My dad is now running his cow-calf operation off of this farm, and our home address is Smithville, Mo. Moving from place-to-place has developed my strongest passions of travel and experiencing new culture. My goal is to work as a social media strategist, using content marketing through social media platforms. I am excited to see what the future holds for the new path I have chosen.

Doughnut options expand in Columbia

A maple bacon doughnut from Strange Donuts.

The thought of delicate, fried dough bathed in a sweet glaze, otherwise known as a doughnut, results in a similar reaction for most people — the mouth waters as the memory of the taste and texture fills the mind, which…

Menagerie of dogs, mules and horses attracts families to open house

Families and prospective students bustled about the MU College of Veterinary Medicine on Saturday, April 18, for the annual Open House. The event stretched from the Vet Med building to the Trowbridge Livestock center, with an array of activities between.…

Sugar hiding in food products causes health hazards

Pop open a box of cereal and pour a bowl full of the crunchy goodness. The pieces of breakfast cereal bounce around the bowl like lottery balls awaiting the pick. The sound of milk pouring over the cereal is like…

CP Editorial: Is a gun-free zone truly a safe zone?

The debate over whether to allow weapons on college campuses has reared its head again. In an article published in The New York Times on Feb. 19, 2015, the author argues that allowing college students to carry concealed weapons will…