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New radar increases meteorology, research potential for CAFNR

New radar increases meteorology, research potential for CAFNR

By Casey Wilson

Currently, the closest two radars are in St. Louis and Kansas City.

State office created in response to Ferguson remains unfunded

By Paige Lalain

Nixon intended the Office of Community Engagement to work with Missouri communities on critical issues.

Letter to the Editor: Chaffin/Ruhe shines in RHA debate

By Nick Schwartz

The incumbent president and his vice presidential candidate exhibit experience and passion.

Missouri lawmakers introduce photo ID requirements

By Jennifer Prohov

MU students could become disfranchised should proposed legislation pass.

Unused university land could create more STEM jobs

By Jeannine Anderson

The 5-year plan would offer tax incentives to companies who used the land.

Delta Xi Nu honors Women’s History Month with Respect HER.

By Whitney Matewe

Celebrating and promoting understanding and respect of women, Delta Xi Nu partners with several student organizations for the first annual Respect HER.

Simulated oppression scenarios create unique learning experience

By Wendy Hayworth

Participants are invited to walk through different theater experiences designed to display oppression of a marginalized group.

Bond making the most of early playing time

By Jason Lowenthal

Bond: “Coming in, I knew that I had to work really hard to try and earn a spot.”

First season proves difficult for Mizzou freshmen, on and off the court

First season proves difficult for Mizzou freshmen, on and off the court

By Will Jarvis

All five freshmen were suspended at one point or another.

Freshman pitcher Lowary turning heads early

Freshman pitcher Lowary turning heads early

By Michael Natelli

In her first six starts, Paige Lowary already has wins against two ranked opponents.

McClain, pitching staff lead the pack

By Quinn Malloy

McClain was named SEC Pitcher of the Week two weeks in a row.

 Missouri veterans push freshmen to play hard

Missouri veterans push freshmen to play hard

By Thomas Cuda

With the loss of Mackenzie Sykes, the Missouri softball team’s vocal leader last season, junior second baseman Emily Crane said she felt nervous over who would step up and be the leader. Crane said her fears were cast aside in the fall with the growth of leadership from the ...

Column: Rule changes hurt baseball

By Andrew McCulloch

There may still be snow on the ground, but spring is right around the corner, and baseball season is finally upon us. In sunnier locales, players and managers are, like the weather, warming up for the long season ahead. But this season’s prelude has a different kind of feel ...

Shamburger carries Missouri over Auburn

By Daniel Witt

Senior guard has 21 points on Senior Night, hits game-winner with 10 seconds left.

Column: The NCAA tournament’s most likeable teams

By Daniel Schmidt

Your Missouri Tigers men's basketball team has had a tough season under first-year head coach Kim Anderson. This was expected. There's a lot of youth on the team, and this is Anderson's first year at the helm of a Division I team. For example, during my glorious ...

Tiger in transition: Jakeenan Gant

Tiger in transition: Jakeenan Gant

By Daniel Witt

The freshman forward “hit a wall” earlier this season.

March 3, 2015

Letter to the Editor: “American Sniper” has no place at MU

By Farah El-Jayyousi

The film dehumanizes Arabs and Muslims and encourages racism in society.

Column: Dealing with stress

By Jordan Smith

Instead of living with the overwhelming feeling of stress, consider some of these stress-relieving options

Column: Great news for students from China

By Loretta Lee

Extending the length of student visas allows Chinese students to pursue their dreams in America.

Column: MU creating more opportunities for women

By Jalen Mosby

With new female administrators at MU, opportunities are growing for women on campus.