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Dec. 6, 2016
Delta Upsilon fraternity suspended by international headquarters

Delta Upsilon fraternity suspended by international headquarters

By Madi McVan

Justin Kirk, executive director of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity: “Unfortunately, repeated failure to meet [our fraternity’s] standards led to this tough decision.”

Schurz and McDavid halls might close temporarily for next school year

Schurz and McDavid halls might close temporarily for next school year

By Zia Kelly

This semester, nearly 25 percent fewer freshmen moved into residence halls than anticipated.

The shadow fees lurking in your tuition bills

The shadow fees lurking in your tuition bills

By Kaitlin Washburn

While state law has put significant limits on MU's in-state tuition and mandatory fee hikes in recent years, unregulated supplemental fees have skyrocketed.

Dec. 2, 2016
128 cases of mumps on campus, Student Health Center confirms

128 cases of mumps on campus, Student Health Center confirms

By Zia Kelly

The university will not cancel classes nor finals because of the outbreak, MU spokesman Christian Basi said.

MSA election improves representation of academic colleges

MSA election improves representation of academic colleges

By Fiona Murphy

The election also fixed a scheduling error with the student government’s presidential election and inauguration dates.

Sandy from Plaza to donate GoFundMe contributions to MizzouThon

Sandy from Plaza to donate GoFundMe contributions to MizzouThon

By Victoria Kuz

Freshman Adam Treutelaar: “Sandy puts a smile on my face every time I go to Plaza, and I'm sure she makes her grandkids even happier. The least I can do is spend as much as I'd spend on a meal swipe to help her do that.”

Dec. 1, 2016
CDS, Tiger Pantry collaborate to organize meal donation program

CDS, Tiger Pantry collaborate to organize meal donation program

By Zia Kelly

Students with meal plans will be able to donate up to 10 swipes to Tiger Pantry clients

Joint session establishes subcommittee to create new governing documents

Joint session establishes subcommittee to create new governing documents

By Fiona Murphy

The resolution created a subcommittee to go over the body’s governing documents, signed the “It’s On Us” pledge and added two governments to the council.

Keynote Speaker Jackson Katz comes to MU

By Magdaline Duncan

Internationally renowned activist Jackson Katz addressed male leadership in preventing gender violence last night to a standing room only audience.

Nov. 30, 2016
Friends and family remember freshman Dariana Byone

Friends and family remember freshman Dariana Byone

By Sylvia Maehr

Byone was a health science major with an emphasis in athletic training.

USDA designates regions of Columbia as a food desert

USDA designates regions of Columbia as a food desert

By Andrew Withers

MSA committee chairman Hunter Windholz: “There’s nowhere to really go get fresh food unless you're gonna splurge and go to Lucky’s and spend the extra money.”

Nov. 29, 2016

Identified mumps cases at MU climb to 73

By Victoria Kuz

Many cases are linked to the Greek community.

Nov. 18, 2016
Hundreds march through Columbia in anti-Trump peace walk

Hundreds march through Columbia in anti-Trump peace walk

By Fiona Murphy

Organizer Audrey Lockwood: “It’s the only thing that has given me true hope since the results. You don’t feel alone anymore when this many people in a community help you accomplish something for peace.”

Nov. 14, 2016

SHAPE struggles to continue programming amid budget cuts

By Zia Kelly

Many staff positions, including four graduate assistants, one physician, two health coaches, a staff psychologist and the director of the program were cut.

Nov. 11, 2016
 Students voice fears of Trump’s America in unity rally

Students voice fears of Trump’s America in unity rally

By Magdaline Duncan

Senior Darneisha Coleman: “Love is not a feeling. It is an action. It is a choice that you make every day.”

Nov. 9, 2016

A breakdown of how MSA issues statements on campus events

By Fiona Murphy

MSA President Sean Earl: “In the past, MSA has been pretty silent in terms of staying neutral in a situation.”

How MU students could be affected by Trump’s presidency

By Katie Rosso and Magdaline Duncan

Donald Trump has previously called the university “disgraceful.”

Kevin McDonald settles into the role of UM Chief Diversity Officer

Kevin McDonald settles into the role of UM Chief Diversity Officer

By Zia Kelly

David Russell, interim chief-of-staff for the UM System: “He’s having a significant impact, I think, on the University of Missouri system, at all four of our campuses.”

Payton Head still encourages Tigers to speak out

Payton Head still encourages Tigers to speak out

By Lailah Tarakai

Head: “But most important you are powerful. What unites us all across our differences is that we are Mizzou made.”

Women at MU react to Donald Trump winning the presidency

By Sarah Hallam and Theo DeRosa

Feminist Student Union President Lydia Ghuman: “Trump has easily shown how he would be damaging to every single type of identity that a woman might hold.”