May 29, 2015
A woman was reportedly raped by a man who spoke either French or Portuguese in the early hours of May 29.
May 14, 2015
By Shuhan Li
Donations came from all over, not just from MU students and faculty.
May 13, 2015
By Vice President Joe Biden
Vice President Joe Biden urges student leaders, athletes, Greek organizations and others to take a stand against campus sexual assault in his letter to the editor.
Washington University is investigating the public health impact of gun violence in America.
By John Herrick
At 8:55 p.m., police pulled over a white car with three men who matched the suspects’ descriptions.
May 12, 2015
“It will be nice to see many familiar faces in the hallways,” Basi said.
By John Herrick
Two incidents of planes’ gears leaving the pavement of the runway have occurred since the beginning of April.
The Phi Kappa Theta fraternity member was treated and released from MU Hospital’s emergency room.
On Sunday morning, police investigated a report of a suspicious person knocking on Delta Delta Delta sorority house’s doors and windows.
While visiting family at Colonial Village Trailer Court, a 31-year-old man was robbed and shot in the stomach.
May 8, 2015
By Ann Marion
His books are based on his experiences as a Navy SEAL, a humanitarian in refugee camps and a friend to a recovering alcoholic.
May 7, 2015
Smith spoke about the interesting relationship Democrats and Republicans have both inside and outside of Congress.
By Paige Lalain
Victim Meghan Gray was unaware that the suspect had been arrested.
May 6, 2015
MU4MikeBrown was founded as a result of poor race relations on campus.
After fifteen years, the Mizzou Readership Program is coming to an end.
The senior has been involved with the Muslim Student Association and created Chronically Awesome.
By Alana Saad
Doctoral student Thompson brings fresh success to GPC.
Weinberg will graduate this semester. She plans on working for Sigma Sigma Sigma as a traveling consultant in the northeast region, but expects to eventually return to MU to get her teaching certificate in high school English.
By Stevie Myers
Burns said she was drawn to the RSVP Center after being sexually assaulted her freshman year.
Senior Naomi Daugherty spent her years at MU as a dedicated student, poet and activist.