With October being cybersecurity month, IT is trying new techniques to spread information to MU students, faculty and staff.
Fair-use copyright policies enforce cost-saving alternatives in the classroom.
“We’re really trying to branch out with the other organizations that are working hard and have been doing that for years, long before we even came to Columbia,” MSA senator Dylan Cain said.
“Last year we trimmed most of the fat off of the budget, and that left us with the skeleton of the MSA budget. We came up on this year and, lo and behold, we had another small freshman class and there isn’t much fat to trim anymore.”
MSA is hopeful that the increased access to free water will help boost attendance at games.
The Hope Project Founder Anthony Ruffner: “I think it was really cool to show the people of Houston that as students, we aren’t out of touch with what’s happening.”
The march was part of a larger effort by Mid-Missouri Peaceworks and several other climate activist groups to raise awareness about global warming.
NSBE president Walta Abraham: “It was a great opportunity because you got to learn from other engineers that have similar, yet different experiences on campus at the same time.”
Complaints about the elimination of student charge stemmed the recommendation that the committee be formed.
UnificAsian draws in new members for the Asian American Association from across MU.