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May 8, 2015

Former Navy SEAL and author Eric Greitens shared wisdom of life through service

By Ann Marion

His books are based on his experiences as a Navy SEAL, a humanitarian in refugee camps and a friend to a recovering alcoholic.

May 7, 2015

Congressman Smith shares the importance of knowing both political parties

By Karlee Renkoski

Smith spoke about the interesting relationship Democrats and Republicans have both inside and outside of Congress.

May 6, 2015

Best student movement: MU4MikeBrown

By George Roberson

MU4MikeBrown was founded as a result of poor race relations on campus.

Biggest Letdown: Mizzou Readership Program

By Elizabeth Loutfi

After fifteen years, the Mizzou Readership Program is coming to an end.

Most Influential Students: Farah El-Jayyousi

By Marilyn Haigh

The senior has been involved with the Muslim Student Association and created Chronically Awesome.

Most Influential Students: Hallie Thompson

By Alana Saad

Doctoral student Thompson brings fresh success to GPC.

Most Influential Students: Kayley Weinberg

By George Roberson

Weinberg will graduate this semester. She plans on working for Sigma Sigma Sigma as a traveling consultant in the northeast region, but expects to eventually return to MU to get her teaching certificate in high school English.

Most Influential Students: Kelsey Burns

By Stevie Myers

Burns said she was drawn to the RSVP Center after being sexually assaulted her freshman year.

Most Influential Students: Naomi Daugherty

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Senior Naomi Daugherty spent her years at MU as a dedicated student, poet and activist.

SPECIAL SECTION: Mizzou in Review

SPECIAL SECTION: Mizzou in Review

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Our take on this past year

Top 5 campus events

By Hannah Black

1. Coffin protest In a school year filled with many student demonstrations, the image of makeshift coffins on the Francis Quadrangle is hard to forget. The coffins were painted black, white, red, brown and yellow to represent people of all skin colors who are victims of injustice. A social justice ...

Top 5 concerts of the year

By Elana Williams and Taylor Ysteboe

1. The Avett Brothers This was my first time at Roots N Blues N BBQ but my second time seeing The Avett Brothers. Needless to say, I’ve been a fan for awhile. Because, let’s be honest, if you throw together some bearded Southern gents with a knack for ...

Top 5 student organizations

By Dun Li

1. Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. Still relatively small in size compared to other chapters of the Greek community, Delta Xi Nu has already made an impact on MU’s campus. As a sorority committed to multiculturalism, the eight founding sisters envisioned inclusivity and diversity. In this past school ...

May 5, 2015

Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity raises record amount during Rock-A-Thon

By Karlee Renkoski

The success of MU’s chapter of Rock-A-Thon created tension with the national chapter

CDS Executive Chef Eric Cartwright focuses on creative scratch cooking

CDS Executive Chef Eric Cartwright focuses on creative scratch cooking

By Jared Kaufman

Cartwright has worked in the culinary industry since he was 15 years old.

Most Influential Students: Ben Bolin

By Molly Duffy

Senior Ben Bolin has spent the last four years reforming the Missouri Students Association from the inside out.

Professor Zezong Gu and research team finds antioxidant properties in garlic

By Anna Sutterer

Aged garlic extract and one of its compounds, FruArg, may inhibit neurological damage caused by common stressors.

The Nepalese Student Association comes together to raise money for earthquake victims

The Nepalese Student Association comes together to raise money for earthquake victims

By Maddi Doering

Many MU Nepalese students’ families have been directly affected by the earthquake.

Amateur Radio Club returns after 10 years to MU

By Jared Kaufman

The newly-revived club is planning to participate in Field Day on June 27, where they will to set up their radios and try to make as many contacts nationwide as possible.

Hawaiian artist Allison Milham features her work at her Craft Studio gallery opening

Hawaiian artist Allison Milham features her work at her Craft Studio gallery opening

By Maddie Foster

Her installation, Famous are the Flowers, will feature a total of 21,000 flowers.