There’s a hidden mule in the University of Missouri’s logo
University of Missouri alum and fans are freaking out because someone figured out there’s a hidden animal in the school’s stacked “MU” logo.
- Surprisingly, it’s not a tiger, which is the school’s mascot.
- It’s actually a mule — which happens to be the state animal of Missouri.
- St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Dave Matter, who covers the school, tweeted that his fourth grader learned the “secret” at school.
- It’s not immediately clear, however, if the mule was designed to be there or is just a coincidence.
- The University of Missouri’s Columbia campus, which is also known as “Mizzou” is also home to a famous journalism school.
My 4th grader learned in school today that hidden inside this Mizzou logo is the head of a mule (the state animal) between the M & the U. Am I the last person to know this? pic.twitter.com/sFjqv6e6e7
— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) August 29, 2019