Campus archives

April 23, 2014

2014 Greek Week wraps up with awards

By Stephen Daw

Kappa Kappa Gamma won Greek Week for its third consecutive year.

AAA Month helps students find their place on campus

By Alex Leininger

Asian American Awareness Month’s theme is social media, culminating in a photo campaign in which all students tell their stories.

ASUM elects new president, TAPP and ASUM makes plans to merge

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Trey Sprick, one of the founding members of Tigers Against Partisan Politics, will lead the Associated Students of the University of Missouri next year.

Tiger Pantry surpasses goals, has plans to expand presence in Columbia

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Tiger Pantry has distributed more than 37,000 pounds of food since its start as an organization.

April 16, 2014

Low MSA Senate retention sparks reform

By Elizabeth Loutfi

MSA Senate was at 38 percent capacity April 9.

Former MSA Budget Committee chairwoman becomes new SFRC chair

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Catalano has been on SFRC since her freshman year.

Web Exclusive: Greek Week sports brings community together

By Stephen Daw

The events included were flag football, soccer, basketball and volleyball.

Anna Bridgman wins young artist vocal competition

Anna Bridgman wins young artist vocal competition

By Claudia Guthrie

Anna Bridgman will attend Boston Conservatory on a full-tuition scholarship in the fall.

Web Exclusive: New BEC handbook hopes to encourage competition through less regulation

By Covey Eonyak Son

MSA Senate will vote on the BEC Handbook on May 9.

RHA looks into laundry problems

By Fan Feng

Survey shows 57 percent of students are not satisfied with laundry in the residence halls.

April 13, 2014
Greek Week blood drive surpasses goal

Web Exclusive: Greek Week blood drive surpasses goal

By Stephen Daw

The drive collected 1,798 units of blood in three days.

April 9, 2014

MSA budget stirs controversy within organization

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Vega says Senate’s decreasing budget hurts senator retention.

‘Let’s Get Loud’ Drag Show celebrates Pride Month

‘Let’s Get Loud’ Drag Show celebrates Pride Month

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Naomi Daugherty was the first spoken word performer at the show.

Students, residents call East Campus parking complex issue

By Covey Eonyak Son

Commuter parking is at the root of the East Campus parking problem.

The Seuss Man returns to read at Speakers Circle

By Claudia Guthrie

Dana Huyler read Dr. Seuss in Speakers Circle in the ’90s.

April 8, 2014
Student brings ‘Zaching’ message of hope to MU

Student brings ‘Zaching’ message of hope to MU

By Crystal Duan

The “Zaching” photo will take place at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Tiger Plaza.

April 3, 2014

Comedy Wars welcomes two new members after seven-month tryout process

By Aaron Reiss

The new members’ first performance was March 19.

April 2, 2014

Web Exclusive: Atmospheric science program on the rise

By Brendan Simpson

MU’s atmospheric science program is among top in the Midwest.

Chantel George works toward dreams of stardom

Chantel George works toward dreams of stardom

By Claudia Guthrie

George plans to move to Los Angeles after graduation to pursue her singing career.

Mizzou Alternative Break hosts 52 trips over spring break

Mizzou Alternative Break hosts 52 trips over spring break

By Jacqueline LeBlanc

MAB plans to expand to meet increasing demand.