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Jan. 31, 2015
Head, Smith-Lezama sworn into office in Ellis Library

Head, Smith-Lezama sworn into office in Ellis Library

By Waverly Colville

Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin gave the inauguration ceremony’s keynote speech.

Jan. 27, 2015

Foley adds AAAS Fellowship to list of accomplishments

By Marilyn Haigh

The MU professor and administrator was honored for his work with nanoporous carbons and campus involvement.

Journalism advisor owns his identity

Journalism advisor owns his identity

By Stevie Myers

Wallace, an advisor in the School of Journalism, began identifying as transgender around age 27.

MU junior vocal major releases second EP, reflects on evolution of musical career

MU junior vocal major releases second EP, reflects on evolution of musical career

By Emma Diltz

Munsell has been writing music since she was in high school.

New MSA executive cabinet members confirmed

By Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville

The seven new cabinet members are a mix of students new to MSA and returning student government veterans.

SASHA provides support, social group for ‘non-believing’ students

SASHA provides support, social group for ‘non-believing’ students

By Thomas Friestad

The student group is planning its second annual conference for this spring.

Tiger Pantry nets more than $16,000 in holiday donations

By Waverly Colville

Following successful fundraising and donation efforts this holiday season, the growing organization hopes to expand its reach and resources this upcoming year.

Tragedy and comedy combine in MU Theatre’s performance of “Endgame”

By Mackenzie Altvater

The absurdist play has a cast of four, with three characters being immobile.

Dec. 27, 2014

Senior Alex Noonan gives back with games

By Derek Hawley

Noonan plans to continue Games4Good after the holiday season ends.

Dec. 13, 2014
Demonstrations arise after Roxy’s wristband deemed “offensive”

Demonstrations arise after Roxy’s wristband deemed “offensive”

By George Roberson

The wristband given out Thursday evening said “hands up, pants up.”

Dec. 12, 2014
Be The Change Volunteers uses education to change lives

Be The Change Volunteers uses education to change lives

By Stevie Myers

Cook said his goal is to build 100 schools in his lifetime.

Students, community members stand in solidarity for students in Mexico

By George Roberson

Attendees were asked to wear black for the 43 students.

Dec. 11, 2014

Students hold march to ‘wage peace’

By Katie Pohlman

On social media, the event was referred to as “Our Stop Day.”

Dec. 9, 2014

After NaNoWriMo, work is not over for student novelists

By Jared Kaufman

NaNoWriMo novelists from MU debrief after the month-long challenge came to a close at the end of November.

Geography professor looks to the forest to study climate change

Geography professor looks to the forest to study climate change

By Grace Rogers

Grant Elliott discovered geography was a way to make money doing something he loves: wandering around the forest.

Greeks plan to go green

By Neeti Butala

Currently, there are only two recycling bins in all of Greek town.

MU Sketch rebrands as Battlewhale, keeps ‘em laughing

MU Sketch rebrands as Battlewhale, keeps ‘em laughing

By Danielle Katz

The tide continues to rise for the only sketch comedy group on campus as it establishes a single identity.

Outgoing MSA president Haberberger ‘leads with kindness first’

Outgoing MSA president Haberberger ‘leads with kindness first’

By Emma Diltz

Outside MSA, Haberberger has been involved with Greek Life, QEBH and the College of Education Ambassadors.

Outgoing MSA vice president McKeown leaves ‘fantastic legacy’

Outgoing MSA vice president McKeown leaves ‘fantastic legacy’

By Emma Diltz

After transferring to MU during his sophomore year, Matt McKeown found a home in MSA.

Six new members provide key change for Mizzou Forte

Six new members provide key change for Mizzou Forte

By Marilyn Haigh

The a cappella group will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. on Dec. 11 in Jesse Wrench Auditorium in Memorial Union.