COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri plans to hold in-person graduations this spring after canceling the ceremonies last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. The details are not yet final but the university says it plans to have ceremonies for May and August graduates during two weekends in May. Students who didn’t get in-person ceremonies last year will be invited back to be honored in late April. The university says graduates can invite six people, who will be grouped together and distanced from others. Another school, Missouri Western in St. Joseph, voted Thursday to return to mostly in-person learning in the fall.