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Missouri baseball drops first series of the season against Arkansas

Missouri baseball drops first series of the season against Arkansas

By Joe Noser

The Tigers had their nation-leading 20-game winning streak snapped on Friday and lost again Sunday.

Missouri softball earns first SEC win of season but drops two of three to A&M

Missouri softball earns first SEC win of season but drops two of three to A&M

By Dru Berry

The Tigers were shutout on Friday and stranded 11 runners in scoring position on Sunday.

Mizzou men’s swim and dive ends season on high note at NCAA Championships

Mizzou men’s swim and dive ends season on high note at NCAA Championships

By Chelsea Roemer

Senior Michael Chadwick dominated the 100 free, helping the Tigers place ninth overall.

Women’s tennis shows signs of improvement but falls to No. 24 South Carolina, No. 1 Florida

Women’s tennis shows signs of improvement but falls to No. 24 South Carolina, No. 1 Florida

By Toby Lowe

Doubles pairing Santos and Ismail won a third straight match over ranked opponents.

March 25, 2017

MSA Operations Committee denies Willett/Englert’s first cabinet appointee

By Emily Gallion

Twelve students submitted anonymous depositions to the committee regarding the candidate, Leslie Parker.

March 24, 2017

Coalition of Graduate Workers urges MU to consider becoming a ‘sanctuary campus’

By Libby Stanford

MU is not currently among the 28 campuses that have pledged to not refer undocumented students to federal authorities unless compelled by warrant.

Demolition begins at Laws Hall

By Sam Forbes

The process will take five weeks and is part of the Residential Life Master Plan’s final phase.

UM System begins accepting Common App for admissions

By Madi McVan

By adding the Common Application, administrators hope to increase enrollment and improve diversity.

Women’s Leadership Conference fosters community, education

By Claire Colby

Founder of Everyday Feminism Sandra Kim: “If we can’t talk about it, we can’t change it.”

Michael Porter Jr. verbally commits to Missouri

Michael Porter Jr. verbally commits to Missouri

By Nick Kelly

Porter Jr., whom ESPN deemed the No. 1 recruit in the 2017 class nationwide, will come back to Columbia.

March 23, 2017

HBO star Issa Rae talks black women, feminism and finding confidence

By Clare Roth

Rae: “[There were] many different types of awkward black girls, but no black leads.”

New UM System president outlines plans for university amid state budget cuts

New UM System president outlines plans for university amid state budget cuts

By Clare Roth

President Choi: “We have to demonstrate that we can control our own destiny to some degree. We need to make a compelling case about why we’re a worthy investment to the state.”

Recca and Davis open up about life outside student government

By Andrew Withers

The incoming RHA president and vice president have found friendship and success through a shared love of MU.

The first Muslim woman to play wearing a hijab in the NCAA speaks at MU

By Clare Roth

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir: “Sport is universal. I could bring a ball to Spain and there would be language gap, but the ball would speak."

March 22, 2017
Greek Philanthropy Fight Night

Gallery: Greek Philanthropy Fight Night

By Lane Burdette

Fiji hosts Kickboxing for Babies, raising money for NICU.

MU researchers find evidence of a correlation between epilepsy and religiosity

By Olivia Garrett

The study was one of many conducted by MU researchers into the relationship between religion and the brain.

Women’s Leadership Conference fosters community, education

By Claire Colby

Founder of Everyday Feminism Sandra Kim: “If we can’t talk about it, we can’t change it.”

Missouri baseball wins 20 in a row

Missouri baseball wins 20 in a row

By Garrett Jones

The Tigers, now in sole possession of the nation’s longest winning streak, powered past Arkansas-Little Rock 11-8.