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April 17, 2015

Editorial: Student awareness and safety should be priority for MUPD

Students should have been made aware of a dangerous suspect on and near before said suspect was found and killed by police.

Editorial: Student awareness and safety should be priority for MUPD

Students should have been made aware of a dangerous suspect on and near before said suspect was found and killed by police.

April 16, 2015

MUPD, MU officials apologize for failed MUAlert notification

By Katie Pohlman

Officers shot and killed Mark Adair late Wednesday night.

April 15, 2015
Armed robbery suspect shot after confrontation with CPD

Armed robbery suspect shot after confrontation with CPD

By Katie Pohlman and Maggie Stanwood | Updated April 16, 2015 at 5:37 p.m.

The suspect, Mark Adair, was a registered sex offender with a warrant out for his arrest.

Column: Pride Month is important for everyone

By Jalen Mosby

Everyone should use Pride Month as a time to fight for everyone’s rights and to be proud of who you are.

Editorial: Responsibility of lasting change rests with MU administration

With continued displays of ignorance across campus, more administrative action is needed to improve students’ lives and well-being.

Column: Starting a long-needed discussion on abortion

By Lily Cusack

Instead of avoiding the issue, it’s time for us to finally have open discussions about whether or not abortions should be legal in the United States.

Column: The distinction between Hong Kong and China

By Loretta Lee

While I am technically from China, I tell people that I am from Hong Kong because there is a notable difference between the two.

Column: 'Treat yo’self': The art of indulgence

By Jordan Smith

Instead of drowning your problems in fatty food and alcohol, try some healthy alternative methods.

Column: You’re not ‘forever alone’

By Brittany Emond

Even if it seems like you’re never going to have anyone, here are a few reasons why that is fundamentally untrue.

 CPD to enforce sidewalk rules to ensure resident safety

CPD to enforce sidewalk rules to ensure resident safety

By Jennifer Prohov

The rules will help pedestrians, motorists and bicyclists feel more safe, according to the CPD.

Five MU professors named 2015 Kemper fellows, received $10,000 awards

By Paige Lalain

Berkley Hudson, Trisha Strauch, Rachel Harper, Elisa Glick and Nicole Monnier presented with $10,000 awards.

MU students working on suicide awareness documentary

MU students working on suicide awareness documentary

By Mica Soellner

The film aims to provide a deeper understanding of mental illness, self-harm and suicide.

Ruffin excited to advocate for First Ward from the inside

Ruffin excited to advocate for First Ward from the inside

By Ruth Serven

“It’s the same work I’ve always done, but now I’m on the other side of the table,” Ruffin said. “I’ll have a more complete vision and understanding of how decisions are made.”

Gaining clarity: Kim Anderson reflects from his first season as head coach

Gaining clarity: Kim Anderson reflects from his first season as head coach

By Daniel Witt

Offense and individual skills will be focused on during the offseason.

Missouri digs in near end of season

Missouri digs in near end of season

By Thomas Cuda

Crane: “We’ve just gotta keep grinding. It’s starting to be the downhill side and this is when it is most important to be your best.”

Reasons to fall in love with the Royals

By Daniel Schmidt

You know what the best part of this summer in Kansas City was supposed to be? The Rolling Stones coming to Arrowhead on June 26. (Quick shout out to Wayne Schmidt for anteing up for the tickets. Love you, Dad!) The Stones are the greatest rock 'n' roll band of ...

Column: St. Louis versus Chicago

By Andrew McCulloch

As an out-of-state freshman coming to Mizzou, I really had no idea what to expect when I got here seven months ago. I didn’t know anything about the people I would meet, the experiences I would have or what this community would have to offer. But before I learned ...

Teammates, family help grieving left fielder Harris in series win

By Jason Lowenthal

Missouri baseball took home another series victory this past weekend, winning two of three games against Tennessee on the road. However, it was not just another pair of wins for Tigers freshman left fielder Trey Harris. He had dedicated the series against the Volunteers to his aunt Sherri, who died ...

April 14, 2015

Loftin: Anti-Semitic messages 'deplorable,' MU investigating incidents

By Covey Eonyak Son

According to the statement, the perpetrator could face criminal charges.