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Feb. 22, 2017

Former MSA President Payton Head returns to MU

By Clare Roth

Head: “I see athletic Mizzou, I see black Mizzou, I see Greek Mizzou, I see black Greek Mizzou … I don’t see one Mizzou. What can I do to make it a place where we all feel included?”

Potential student fee would include TigerWiFi updates

By Elena Cruz

Students can vote to update MU’s Wi-Fi system in March through the Student Services Enhancement Fee.

Top five moments from the first MSA presidential debate

Top five moments from the first MSA presidential debate

By Fiona Murphy

Nathan Willett said he does not support MSA’s resolution calling MU to divest from prison labor, and Tori Schafer said more information needs to be gathered before making a statement.

Column: The tech race should not sacrifice consumers’ personal safety

By Jessie Staley

With many phones, cars, and apps, safety and security have not been prioritized over new technology.

 For one night, Missouri made fans forget about their struggles

Column: For one night, Missouri made fans forget about their struggles

By Nick Kelly

Despite a 72-62 loss to Kentucky, the Tigers brought energy back into an often lifeless Mizzou Arena on Tuesday.

Missouri basketball puts on a show in close loss to No. 11 Kentucky

Missouri basketball puts on a show in close loss to No. 11 Kentucky

By Joe Noser

Sophomore guard Terrence Phillips had a career-high 22 points to lead the Tigers.

Feb. 21, 2017
Feb. 20, 2017
MU adds Native American indigenous studies minor

MU adds Native American indigenous studies minor

By Andrew Withers

The new minor, available this fall, will focus on the political, social and economic factors of indigenous cultures.

Missouri men finish fifth, women finish sixth at swimming SEC Championship

Missouri men finish fifth, women finish sixth at swimming SEC Championship

By Chelsea Roemer

Seven school records fell or were matched at the tournament.

Missouri women's tennis goes 3-0 in weekend competition

Missouri women's tennis goes 3-0 in weekend competition

By Toby Lowe

The Tigers improved their doubles record to 17-6 on the season.

Missouri baseball takes four-game series against Eastern Michigan

Missouri baseball takes four-game series against Eastern Michigan

By Elliot Bauman , Garrett Jones and Joe Noser

The Tigers took on the Eagles in a series in Fort Myers, Florida, and won three of four games.

Missouri track and field takes first place in seven events at Missouri Collegiate Open

Missouri track and field takes first place in seven events at Missouri Collegiate Open

By Kody Block

Fifteen members of the team set personal records at Hearnes Center on Friday.

 Rory Franssen leads Tigers to second-place finish at the SunTrust Gator Invitational

Rory Franssen leads Tigers to second-place finish at the SunTrust Gator Invitational

By Austin Weber

Other team members backed up Franssen’s -3 performance with solid ones of their own.

Sophie Cunningham scores late layup to upset No. 6 South Carolina

Sophie Cunningham scores late layup to upset No. 6 South Carolina

By Titus Wu

Missouri women’s basketball stays strong through crunch time to gain its ninth conference win this season.

Feb. 19, 2017
 New “Stand Your Ground” law cited as basis for Columbia shooting

New “Stand Your Ground” law cited as basis for Columbia shooting

By Sam Forbes

Columbia resident Karl Henson was arrested last month after shooting a man in the back who tried to steal his cellphone, police say.

UPDATED: MUPD issues crime alert of sexual assault near Virginia Ave. garage

UPDATED: MUPD issues crime alert of sexual assault near Virginia Ave. garage

By Emily Gallion and Zia Kelly | Updated Feb. 20, 2017 at 4:48 p.m.

Police issued a second report of three related suspicious incidents. The suspect has been identified.

Higher education cuts means MU is going to need to make up for some serious cash

Column: Higher education cuts means MU is going to need to make up for some serious cash

By Emmett Ferguson

It may come from in-state students too, if former Gov. Matt Blunt’s tuition cap is repealed.

 It’s brutal having someone sit in your unassigned assigned seat

Column: It’s brutal having someone sit in your unassigned assigned seat

By Kennedy Horton

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been victimized by someone stealing your seat.

Column: Social media and a polarized America don’t mix well

By Kurtis Dunlap

A New York Times tennis reporter cried racism and got a well-respected tennis commentator fired.

Women don’t have to support Betsy DeVos

Column: Women don’t have to support Betsy DeVos

By Bizzy Emerson

A woman in power is exciting, but be empowered by the position, not the person.