Nov. 19, 2015
By Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Updated Nov. 21, 2015 at 8:02 p.m.
Gomez/Hanner won with 46 percent of the student vote.
Nov. 18, 2015
This delay only affects the MSA presidential elections, not the library fee announcement.
After months of controversy, students decided that funding the library should not be entirely their responsibility.
Henderson’s performance came under question earlier in the semester when her delayed production of the handbook forced Senate to pass it in one Senate meeting instead of two.
Nov. 17, 2015
By Ann Marion
David Sheen’s relatives fled the Holocaust and now he says that Jews are committing similar crimes against African refugees.
“We are brought together to share our humanity and compassion which there is no limit to unless we put it there ourselves,” Interim Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Chuck Henson said.
Ejaz/Parrie and Gomez/Hanner are not allowed to campaign for the rest of the election.
By Niamh Cremin
“The best way to counter what you think is bad speech is with more good speech,” said YAL President Ian Paris
Nov. 16, 2015
By Tess Vrbin
IFC VP of Programming Nick Danter said he saw the chapter members become willing to have frank, open discussions.
Their opinion conflicts with MSA Senate, which passed a resolution endorsing the fee.
First place finisher and graduate student Evan Culbert won the race after completing the 3.1 mile course in 14 minutes and 58 seconds.
They explained encounters with racism at MU, the origins of the Concerned Student 1950 movement, and problematic behavior on campus.
By Neeti Butala
Students left Tate Hall with their arms linked together and were escorted by police. Joint Session is rescheduled for Tuesday Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at Schlundt Hall 103.
Nov. 15, 2015
By Tess Vrbin
Multicultural Center coordinator Stephanie Hernandez Rivera led a discussion with the women about various social issues, including but not limited to race relations.
Nov. 13, 2015
By Thomas Oide
Students from UMSTL, UMKC and SLU participated in the march.
Pitts is currently the ninth living Medal of Honor recipient.
Nov. 12, 2015
By Bryanna Leach and Tess Vrbin
“You could feel that there was pain and tension in the air,” sophomore Claire Papp said.
MUPD officer Dustin Heckmaster: “I asked if he was quoting the Umpqua shooting; he replied, ‘mmhmm.’ I asked why he had quoted the phrase; Hunter replied, ‘I don’t know, I just … deep interest.’”
“It is important students help other students because many times the university cannot provide services to its students,” sophomore Evan Chiarelli said.
“It only takes one match to light a room,” freshman Brittani Langland said.