MEAC president Frankie Hawkins: “It draws attention to the threat of climate change. We want to send a signal to fossil fuel companies that we are not in favor of cooking the earth five times over.”
Senator Chris Vas: “More guns, more violence, and I agree with that, however I reject the idea that students are not mature enough to carry firearms.”
Revised in response to the events of fall 2015, changes include camping, chalking and poster bans.
The curators discussed differential tuition as an alternative to imposing supplemental fees for individual schools and colleges at their meeting Thursday.
As the keynote speaker of the second annual festival, Rushdie also addressed politics, electrifying the crowd with anti-Trump statements.
Journalism professor Earnest Perry: “A person’s race and ethnicity is not the only factor that needs to be taken into account when you start talking about how to build an inclusive community."
Senator Chris Vas: “If I stand across the street [from the university], I have unalienable rights to own a firearm, but if I step on this side of a street, all of a sudden my unalienable rights are gone.”
Nathan Dare, who will be sworn in April 24, said his biggest objective will be pushing for an all-upperclassman residence hall.
McCallum Place was the only outpatient treatment center of its kind in mid-Missouri.
Memorial Union was darkened and flags lowered to half-mast in remembrance of these students.