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Sept. 12, 2014

Patriot Day Barbecue honors armed forces

By Logan Mainord

The annual barbecue on the Francis Quadrangle has been held for the last three years.

Sept. 11, 2014

2014 Fall Fest hosts dozens of orgs, local businesses

By Mica Soellner

Fall Fest was held in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center this year.

MU talks suicide prevention

By Jacob Kornhauser

Dave Romano of Active Minds spoke at MU Wednesday night to discuss the stigmas associated with mental illness in young men.

Student organizations respond to events in Ferguson

By Patrick McKenna

MU organizations like the Legion of Black Collegians and Queer People of Color have been involved in MU4MikeBrown, an advocacy group created in response to the fatal shooting of the Ferguson teen.

Sept. 9, 2014

‘Legendary’ Dr. Jane Goodall to speak at Mizzou Arena

By Elana Williams

The world-renowned scientist and advocate will speak as a guest lecturer Sept. 17.

Marty Steffens receives Distinguished Alumni Award from Indiana University

By Stevie Myers

Steffens, who earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana in 1978, is one of six journalism alumni to receive the award this year.

MSA joins COMO Connect system revamp

By Jack Waddell

COMO Connect will now pick up and drop off students in front of the Student Center and in Greek Town.

MU hosts open dialogue on Ferguson and social issues

MU hosts open dialogue on Ferguson and social issues

By Patrick McKenna

A ‘Forum on Ferguson’ took place in Hulston Hall from 6-7:30 p.m., and was led by Dr. Zakiya Adair, assistant professor of women’s and gender studies.

MU researchers discover link between TIM-1 protein, HIV infectivity

By Grace Rogers

A discovery surrounding the TIM-1 protein’s effect on viruses leads MU researchers to study HIV.

New Missourian paywall method looks promising, so far

By Waverly Colville

The Missourian’s switch to Google surveys to allow unlimited, free access to its content shows an improvement from the previous 24-hour pay wall.

'Sleeping with Hitler' to debut at Life and Literature Performance Series

By Emma Diltz

The 12th annual Life and Literature Performance Series will take place at the Corner Play House Sept. 17-21.

Students discuss multilingual national anthem

By Taylor Blatchford

The Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative creates an opportunity for students to discuss controversial issues with peers.

Sept. 8, 2014

AAA focuses on inclusivity at UnificAsian

By Hope Watson

AAA President Yu said she wanted to accomplish the same feeling she had when she experienced the event last year.

Festival encourages sustainable agriculture

By Lily Oppenheimer

With TCA, students are able to grow and donate their own produce to Tiger Pantry and Campus Dining Services.

LGBTQ members, allies attend Queer Fall Fling

By Wendy Hayworth

The event, which was hosted Sept. 3, is the first meet-and-greet of the semester to bring together MU students and faculty interested in LBGT rights.

Sept. 3, 2014
MSA Operations denies Carr for Student Affairs chairman

MSA Operations denies Carr for Student Affairs chairman

By Jack Waddell

Carr can appeal the decision next Tuesday.

Sept. 2, 2014
Alumnus Tim Elfrink publishes book on MLB Biogenesis scandal

Alumnus Tim Elfrink publishes book on MLB Biogenesis scandal

By Clarissa Buch

“Blood Sport” was released in July and has received positive reviews from media outlets like The Washington Post.

Gavin King receives Innovation Award for building first 3-D force microscope

By Stevie Myers

King’s interest in science stemmed from tinkering with toys as a child.

Long-running radio show assures fresh content

Long-running radio show assures fresh content

By Max Fillion

InsideOUT made its debut as a radio talk show in the spring of 2012.

Medical students take action against rural physician shortage

By Chris Beyer

MU’s Rural Track Pipeline Program allows medical students to work in rural areas over the summer.