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March 26, 2015

Senior Jake Loft runs for First Ward in City Council election

By Emma Diltz

Columbia City Council elections for First Ward will be held April 7.

March 23, 2015

Another MU student to enter First Ward elections

By George Roberson

"I hope that this will lead to the city taking us more seriously," Phillips said. "We aren't just temporary citizens. We can vote, and we will vote when we care about things."

MSA senator voices concerns over committee’s progress on pedestrian safety

By Dun Li

Wasowicz said the process is taking longer than expected.

March 17, 2015
MizzouThon continues record-breaking streak

MizzouThon continues record-breaking streak

By Whitney Matewe

Breaking yet another record, MizzouThon dances to a grand total of $201,322.68 raised donations.

Paola Savvidou tours the world with music

Paola Savvidou tours the world with music

By Dun Li

From Cyprus to Missouri, Savvidou has a life-long commitment and passion for music.

Student brings ‘Zaching’ back

Student brings ‘Zaching’ back

By Karlee Renkoski | Updated March 22, 2015 at 6:54 p.m.

On April 8, 2015 at 12:45 p.m. students, faculty and other Columbia community members will be joining together on the MU Francis Quadrangle to take a mass “Zaching” photo in his memory.

Student Life ends readership program due to budget cuts

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Facing necessary budget cuts, Student Life will end Mizzou Readership Program effective July 2015.

Vom Saal explores ‘Wild West’ of consumer chemicals

Vom Saal explores ‘Wild West’ of consumer chemicals

By Hannah Black

Vom Saal has experienced harassment by chemical companies for his research into BPA.

Who they are: MU’s prominent women leaders

By Marilyn Haigh

Ten women share their expert opinions on leadership

March 15, 2015
MizzouThon breaks yet another record

MizzouThon breaks yet another record

By Whitney Matewe

The annual dance marathon MizzouThon raised $201,322.68 for MU Children’s NICU, as part of a new pledge to raise $1,000,000 within the next five years.

March 13, 2015

Campus demonstration ends at Loftin’s doorstep

By Katherine Knott | Updated March 13, 2015 at 12:20 p.m.

MU4MikeBrown promoted the event with #WEBACK.

MSA won't cancel ‘American Sniper’ screening

By Elizabeth Loutfi

A March 3 letter to the editor asked DSA to not show the film, and that “an official, public apology and explanation be issued by all parties involved in approving the screening of American Sniper on Mizzou's campus.”

March 12, 2015

Alumna Mo Scarpelli explores Afghan journalism in documentary

By Olivia Liu

“Frame by Frame” will be premiering at SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15.

March 11, 2015

SAE national fraternity and MU chapter leadership address OU video

By Elizabeth Loutfi and Waverly Colville

Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity released a statement regarding a video showing SAE members from the University of Oklahoma chanting racist terms on a bus. Two chapter members have been expelled from OU since the video went viral, according to the statement. In separate statements, according to the national fraternity ...

March 10, 2015

Celebrating Women’s History: Weaving the stories of women’s lives

By Marilyn Haigh

Mizzou’s first 22 They were students, but they were only allowed to use the library during certain hours. They couldn’t attend lecture classes offered to men or go to chapel services. They were the University of Missouri’s first female students. In 1868, 22 women were admitted to ...

Linda Godwin reflects on former career as an astronaut​

By Stevie Myers

During her career with NASA, Godwin participated in four different missions into space.

Mizzou Idol winner Carley Eslick showcases her style on stage

Mizzou Idol winner Carley Eslick showcases her style on stage

By Karlee Renkoski

Music has been a part of Eslick’s life since her early childhood.

MSA budget enters committees

By George Roberson

Smith-Lezama and Vega said they worked closer than the executive and legislative branches had in previous years.

MU signs on to take ‘It’s On Us’ pledge

MU signs on to take ‘It’s On Us’ pledge

By Waverly Colville

‘It’s On Us,’ the national campaign for sexual assault prevention, will branch off of ‘Enough is Enough’ under MSA president’s leadership.

RHA finds new ‘Heart’ in Donley/Thomas

By Waverly Colville

Donley and Thomas said they hope to make RHA more approachable and increase sustainability and diversity.