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Sept. 17, 2014
‘Protest Opus’ vows to block expensive student housing

‘Protest Opus’ vows to block expensive student housing

By Paige Lalain

Volunteers have twice gathered adequate signatures to force a vote on the project.

Amendment would allow teachers to be evaluated by test scores

By AnnMarie Welser

The amendment will be voted on in the November election.

City budget plan to include spending cuts, increased rates

By Paige Lalain

The budget is currently in the negative.

City to expand solar fields despite mayor’s dissent

City to expand solar fields despite mayor’s dissent

By Ruth Serven

The panels would add to an already existing collection

Controversial abortion, open-carry bills among Statehouse veto overrides

By Jennifer Prohov

Nixon vetoed a record-breaking 33 bills, but the state General Assembly overrode 11

Eighth execution in Missouri in 2014 carried out by lethal injection

By Quinn Malloy

Earl Ringo Jr. was found guilty of murdering two people at a Columbia restaurant in 1998.

Enterovirus D68 spreading across Missouri has yet to hit Columbia

By Yasmine Benchaabane

Health professionals stress preventative care is important for MU students as viruses spread.

Sept. 16, 2014
Faculty Council discusses treating irradiated building

Faculty Council discusses treating irradiated building

By Annabel Ames

The three options for decommissioning Pickard Hall range from $10.2 million to $13.3 million.

Thompson Center wins competitive grant for autism research, treatment

By Lucille Sherman

The center will receive $140,000 each year for the next three years.

Column: Attempting to convert the unconvertible

By Lily Cusack

Gay conversion therapy is not only ridiculous, but extremely harmful to young people everywhere.

Column: Boys are stupid

By Benjamin Brown

From bro-tanks to bad texting, guys can’t seem to do anything right.

Editorial: ‘Enough is Enough’ is not quite enough

Making a video is one step, but making a difference is much harder than that.

Column: Ignorance isn’t bliss

By Nina Ruhe

The way that our society thinks about, well, thinking is unacceptable.

Column: I got chlamydia (but definitely didn’t die)

By Edna Smith

In which I learned that Coach Carr was only sort of right.

Column: Suffering Political Mudblood Syndrome

By Jordan McFarland

Many Americans don’t believe in Obama’s plan to defeat ISIS, but they should.

Kate Hargis hired as MSA deputy chief of staff

Kate Hargis hired as MSA deputy chief of staff

By Waverly Colville | Updated Sept. 17, 2014 at 10:32 a.m.

Hargis said she is ready to help out MSA Cabinet and connect the campus.

Missouri Mule Club promotes College of Veterinary Medicine

Missouri Mule Club promotes College of Veterinary Medicine

By Taylor Blatchford

Tim and Terry are the third team of mules since the club was founded in 1984.

MU researchers search for better waste disposal method

By Grace Rogers

MU researchers will continue digging through garbage in search of a better disposal method this semester due to a $82,000 grant from Mizzou Advantage.

Religious studies professor Rabia Gregory documents kindness

Religious studies professor Rabia Gregory documents kindness

By Emma Diltz

The Tumblr blog, Academic Kindness, has been managed by Gregory for nearly a year.

Safety Walk reveals accessibility issues

By Rachel Pierret

Participants found falsely marked accessibility doors and broken manhole covers.