Aug. 27, 2014
Faculty Council Chairman Craig Roberts hopes to find out why faculty of color had higher rates of neutral or dissatisfied responses and address the issue.
Total enrollment and minority representation are up.
By Annabel Ames
Although renovations in Johnston have reduced bed count, ResLife officials hope they improve overall quality of student life.
By Paige Lalain
The measure would ban the ‘crime check’ box on job applications.
By Hope Watson
The department hopes the incinerator will efficiently dispose of drugs.
By Jack Waddell
ALICE training and practices gives teachers’ choices and a feeling of empowerment.
Several amendments were also passed to the Missouri constitution.
By Ruth Serven
The project has been debated for several months now.
By Aaron Reiss
Maty Mauk is ready to do for Missouri football what he’s done his whole life — lead.
It didn’t take long to realize that playing a sport in college takes over your life. I’m a sophomore on the Mizzou swim team. While I absolutely enjoy swimming at this level, college athletics are not extracurricular activities like high school sports. They are a lifestyle. As a ...
The Volunteers are replacing their entire offensive and defensive lines.
The Razorbacks should have one of the best rushing duos in the SEC.
Aug. 26, 2014
Ward hopes to address student and faculty’s facility needs.
By Nina Ruhe
Ignorance about important issues in America is growing among our citizens.
We’ve taken the embarrassment out of “learning the hard way.”
Speeding up due process in Ferguson may have unforeseen consequences and set a dangerous precedent.
By Lily Cusack
United States evangelists helped draft an anti-homosexuality law in Uganda, and that’s not OK.
The problem publicized by ESPN is bigger than Mizzou athletics and even bigger than the university.
By Jack Waddell
Matthew North, whose mother is battling breast cancer, was comforted and supported by several band members.