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July 29, 2014

Alumni Association names new president

By Jack Waddell

W. Dudley McCarter said alumni support is essential to MU’s membership in the AAU, and hopes to create a new student-recruiting system to gain additional alumni support.

Sophomore crowned queen at Boone County Fair

By Elizabeth Reiter

Brittani Batye was crowned queen during her first beauty pageant at the Boone County Fair Royalty Competiton.

Wetlands essential for migrating mallards, MU researchers find

By Eleanor Hasenbeck

The U.S. has lost approximately 53 percent of its natural wetlands since the 1780s.

July 24, 2014

MU hires new vice chancellor

By Covey Eonyak Son

Ellen De Graffenreid will earn a starting salary of $220,000.

MU Libraries receive $400,000 grant for damaged book recovery

By Clarissa Buch

About 500,000 of the 600,000 damaged books will be saved.

July 23, 2014

Delafontaine named new School of Medicine dean

By Isabella Alves

Delafontaine has 37 years of experience in both clinical work and education.

Students develop unique local campus weather service

By Jack Waddell

Campus weather service provides a completely student-run forecasting service for MU students.

Seating changes made in hopes of filling Memorial Stadium

By Cameron La Fontaine

Football spokesman Chad Moller said students were turned away from games last season to reserve spots for groups.

July 21, 2014

University Village demolition begins

By Covey Eonyak Son

Three of the 14 buildings at University Village will remain for storage uses.

MSA president to resign at the end of July

MSA president to resign at the end of July

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Current MSA Vice President Haberberger will replace Schara and will appoint current Chief of Staff Matt McKeown as vice president

Letter to the Editor: Letter to the editor: Schara explains resignation

By Mason Schara, president, Missouri Students Association

MSA President Mason Schara will be stepping down at the end of July to take on increased family obligations.

July 16, 2014
SEC Media Days: Mauk looks the part

SEC Media Days: Mauk looks the part

By Aaron Reiss | Updated July 16, 2014 at 11:02 p.m.

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel considers Maty Mauk a “natural leader.”

SEC Media Days: Mississippi State talks White House, Heisman

By Aaron Reiss

Some consider Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott a dark horse Heisman Trophy candidate.

July 15, 2014

KOMU wins 4 Missouri Broadcasters Association awards

By Eric Maus

Two of the station’s on-air staff, Jim Riek and Rosie Newberry, each won awards in addition to the two awarded to the station.

MU graduates tour U.S. in Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles

By Crystal Duan

2014 graduates Joey Greenstein, Jessica Smith and Jackson Hobbs have become brand ambassadors for Oscar Mayer.

SEC Media Days: After Manziel, Aggies look to ‘make a statement’

SEC Media Days: After Manziel, Aggies look to ‘make a statement’

By Aaron Reiss

Kevin Sumlin hasn’t picked a starting quarterback yet.

SEC Media Days: Thompson’s turn

SEC Media Days: Thompson’s turn

By Aaron Reiss

Fifth-year senior Dylan Thompson has thrown just 55 passes during his time at South Carolina. Now he’s the Gamecocks’ starting quarterback.

Tuning a country in to ‘the beautiful game’

By Bruno Vernaschi

While Americans flocked to Team USA’s World Cup matches, our nation has yet to find the sort of fever for the sport held by other countries.

July 14, 2014
SEC Media Days: Gators healthy, excited

SEC Media Days: Gators healthy, excited

By Aaron Reiss

Florida is healthy again, and looking to rebound.

SEC Media Days: Vanderbilt men, but no QB

By Aaron Reiss

Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason has no plans to announce a starting quarterback until the Commodores first game.