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Oct. 23, 2014

Blood drive earns its stripes

By Hailey Stolze

Missouri students partake in nation’s largest blood drive.

Curtain drops for HoCo concert

By Neeti Butala

After occurring for two years, the Homecoming concert tradition will not continue this year.

MAA to dedicate new Traditions Plaza

By Lydia Birt

Additions to ‘Traditions Plaza’ will honor legacies and promote Mizzou’s future, offering more than just a gathering space to students and Columbia community.

MU honors its founding donors

By Esther Seawell

The university is honoring the descendants of 900 Boone County citizens who helped found the university.

Students set out to 'tame hunger'

Students set out to 'tame hunger'

By Rachel Pierret

Annually, the food bank distributes about 28 million pounds of food to about one third of Missouri, according to their website.

‘The How and the Why’ to open at Corner Playhouse

By Amy Wasowicz

With only two actors, the theatre department’s latest play promises to hit heavy subjects and leave audience thinking.

Oct. 21, 2014
Junior receives top award for original composition, ‘Elysium’

Junior receives top award for original composition, ‘Elysium’

By Lakshna Mehta

Makler began his involvement with music when he started playing the oboe in seventh grade.

MSA slates address sexual assault

By George Roberson , Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville

All three slates expressed a need to use campus resources more effectively when dealing with sexual assaults

Transgender MU student Hayden Kristal to speak at Columbia University

Transgender MU student Hayden Kristal to speak at Columbia University

By Emma Diltz

As a transgender man who is deaf, Kristal is an advocate for the LGBTQ community.

Oct. 17, 2014

Slam poet visits MU as Coming Out Week keynote

By Patrick McKenna

Wirsing’s performance, titled “Katie Wirsing Comes Out,” had no formal direction. Instead, it served as a coffeehouse-style playful conversation with her audience.

Oct. 16, 2014

MU community celebrates coming out

By Elana Williams

The event allowed students to walk through and sign a Coming Out Door, an annual tradition.

Oct. 15, 2014

11th annual Hate Wall addresses negative stereotypes on campus

By Wendy Hayworth

The Hate Wall has moved locations from The Shack to the MU Student Center

Former South African judge speaks of equality, justice

By Zachary Helland

Sachs was appointed to the Constitutional Court of South Africa by Nelson Mandela.

Oct. 14, 2014

Classical guitar students get their own study abroad trip with ‘Red Socks’

By Marilyn Haigh

The two-week program will take place in and around Chartres, France.

‘Enough is Enough’ campaign enters second phase

By Jack Waddell | Updated Oct. 21, 2014 at 8:55 p.m.

Students who take the pledge agree to ‘recognize, educate and intervene.’

Future-focused messaging app Incubate debuts on campus

By George Roberson

A new messaging app allows users to send messages up to 25 years into the future.

QPOC hosts self-love discussion for Coming Out Week

By Lily Oppenheimer

When asked about stereotypes, everyone in the discussion was eager to speak out.

TAPP, ASUM register 700 students for midterm election

By Jared Kaufman and John Herrick | Updated Oct. 16, 2014 at 5:34 p.m.

With voter registration now over, TAPP and ASUM turn their efforts to educating the campus about the election and contemporary political issues.

Three slates running in 2014 MSA presidential election

Three slates running in 2014 MSA presidential election

By George Roberson , Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville

Two junior slates and one sophomore slate are running this year.

Oct. 12, 2014

Asian American Association discusses mental health challenges

By Jack Miller

Some students said they felt that the MU administration needs to do more regarding mental health.