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April 24, 2014

Web Exclusive: Fairbanks leads Tigers past Illinois at Busch Stadium

By Aaron Reiss

The righty from Webster Groves, Mo. retired 19 of his last 20 batters.

Tigers top last year's win total after Illini game

By Jack Witthaus

Missouri baseball on the uptick after dismal 2013 season.

April 23, 2014

City Council members receive stipend

By Maggie Stanwood

A plan suggested three years ago is now taking effect.

Infrastructure issues delay American Campus Communities complex

By Maggie Stanwood

The project timeline will be delayed by at least a year to adjust electrical capacities.

Tax cut clears Statehouse

By Joe Clougher

The proposal will be phased in over five years.

Police search for shirtless Broadway Brewery vandal

By Jackie Olson

The brewery is the latest victim in a string of downtown vandalism.

Column: I hate college just as much as you do, so shut up about it

By Abigail Fisher

Stop wasting my time.

Editorial: TAPP/ASUM confusing, unnecessary

TAPP’s mission would be lost in ASUM’s lobbying.

Editorial: University’s post-Sasha steps aren’t convincing

An “Outside the Lines” story prompted an investigation into the incident.

Column: Capturing the present and the future in a sunny day

By Nate Atkins

Writing, like photography, can contain the past, present and future.

Column: My childhood female role models still inspire me today

By Elise Moser

These girls and women, real and characters from books and movies, taught me to be bold.

Letter to the Editor: The Current is worth saving

By Hank Burns

The Student Activities Budget Committee has denied funding to the UMSL student paper, The Current.

2014 Greek Week wraps up with awards

By Stephen Daw

Kappa Kappa Gamma won Greek Week for its third consecutive year.

AAA Month helps students find their place on campus

By Alex Leininger

Asian American Awareness Month’s theme is social media, culminating in a photo campaign in which all students tell their stories.

ASUM elects new president, TAPP and ASUM makes plans to merge

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Trey Sprick, one of the founding members of Tigers Against Partisan Politics, will lead the Associated Students of the University of Missouri next year.

Tiger Pantry surpasses goals, has plans to expand presence in Columbia

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Tiger Pantry has distributed more than 37,000 pounds of food since its start as an organization.

Web Exclusive: Blotter

By Mark Kim

1. Man arrested for first degree property damage The MU Police Department arrested Andrew R. Birmingham, 19, on April 17 ...

April 22, 2014

Web Exclusive: Council approval sends food trucks to city streets

By Claire Boston

The new regulations for mobile food service designate new areas of operation.

Police search for shirtless Broadway Brewery vandal

By Jackie Olson

The brewery is the latest victim in a string of downtown vandalism.

Kickoff Rally begins Sustainability Week

By Mark Kim

Events including Recycle Mountain and a showing of “Gasland Part 2” will take place during Sustainability Week.