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Friday, September 4, 2015
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Sept. 3, 2015

‘Corrosive substance’ leak prompts Hitt Street closure

By Allyson Sherwin and Tessa Weinberg

The three people in the room were evacuated and cleaned.

Sept. 1, 2015

IFC bans hard liquor in fraternity houses

By Tess Vrbin

The new rule goes further for Greek safety than consortium proposals, PHA spokeswoman said.

International scholars take a seat in the Bike Share Program

International scholars take a seat in the Bike Share Program

By Morgan Jenkins

Donley and Thomas plan to add another Bike Share location to campus during their term.

Student feedback prompts installation of individual seating in Student Center

By Emily Gallion

The new 39 stations feature power outlets in response to complaints of inaccessible electricity.

Summer conferences helped MSA learn about diversity and sexual assault prevention

By Neeti Butala

MU was the only university to have two representatives at the Project InSiGht conference in Israel.

ThreadBare, a gender-neutral consignment shop, tackles gender identity issues with affordable clothes

ThreadBare, a gender-neutral consignment shop, tackles gender identity issues with affordable clothes

By Manyun Zou

“At the end of the day, we are not here to celebrate sales and what we are selling,” co-founder Kyle Gunby said. “We are here to celebrate the person that is wearing what we are selling.”

Women in Media advocates for equality in the media industry

By Tess Vrbin

The organization hopes to collaborate with the Panhellenic Association, the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center, the Women’s Center and the LGBTQ Center.

Aug. 30, 2015

Plant sciences professor discusses drones in future of agriculture

By Nicholas Simon

“The future of American farming is going to be multi-faceted,” farmer DeGrandchamp said. “Growers today have to be skilled in engineering, law, HR, small-town politics and now flying robots.”

Aug. 27, 2015

Infographic: MU reaches largest total enrollment in school history

By Taylor Blatchford

The incoming freshman class is the smallest since 2011.

Aug. 26, 2015

MSA collaborates at SEC exchange

By Emily Gallion

Representatives who attended plan to implement new strategies in outreach and involvement.

PHA moves Bid Day to Faurot Field

PHA moves Bid Day to Faurot Field

By Tess Vrbin

MU’s recruitment ranked second in the country.

The Midnight Barbeque welcomes new students with food, music

By Peter Baugh

Local businesses sponsor the event to market to new students and fund this major event.

Tiger Pantry wins “Best Auxiliary” at SEC exchange

By Emily Gallion

Director Hessler hopes award will spread awareness for food insecurity.

Aug. 25, 2015

Long-term chairmen presents research on diabetes

By Madison Plaster

Biomedical Sciences department chair Harold Laughlin emphasized the importance of exercise in order to combat the rise of Type 2 diabetes.

July 8, 2015
Incoming students find brotherhood at IFC recruitment

Incoming students find brotherhood at IFC recruitment

By Bryanna Leach

Shortening the second day from 11 houses to eight brought some mixed reviews.

RSVP Center and The Maneater switch offices over summer

RSVP Center and The Maneater switch offices over summer

By Tessa Weinberg

With increasing Title IX funding, the RSVP Center needed more space to accommodate their three new staff members.

Students successful in fundraising efforts to aid Nepal earthquake victims

Students successful in fundraising efforts to aid Nepal earthquake victims

By Olivia Weinberger

MU graduate Amy Wansing was in Nepal when in the earthquake and has raised more than $6,000 to aid relief efforts.

June 27, 2015
New MSA auxiliaries secretary wants to ‘set the bar even higher’

New MSA auxiliaries secretary wants to ‘set the bar even higher’

By Bryanna Leach

Earl was unanimously appointed by both MSA President Payton Head and Vice President Brenda Smith-Lezama.

June 25, 2015
Former UM President remembered at ceremony

Former UM President remembered at ceremony

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Floyd was the only system president to tour the campus in a wheelchair.

June 21, 2015
Summit unites Greek student leaders, alumni, administration in tackling sexual assault

Summit unites Greek student leaders, alumni, administration in tackling sexual assault

By Elizabeth Loutfi

“I think this could be a national model,” Scroggs said. “Within a year, they’re going to be saying ‘Let’s do things like the University of Missouri.’ That’s our goal. We intend to be the national model.”