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March 26, 2015

Senior Jake Loft runs for First Ward in City Council election

By Emma Diltz

Columbia City Council elections for First Ward will be held April 7.

March 24, 2015

Tim Fuller out as associate head men's basketball coach

By Michael Natelli

With Fuller gone, Missouri in the market for new head recruiter, top assistant

March 23, 2015

Another MU student to enter First Ward elections

By George Roberson

"I hope that this will lead to the city taking us more seriously," Phillips said. "We aren't just temporary citizens. We can vote, and we will vote when we care about things."

MSA senator voices concerns over committee’s progress on pedestrian safety

By Dun Li

Wasowicz said the process is taking longer than expected.

March 22, 2015
MU anti-abortion students demonstrate in Student Center

MU anti-abortion students demonstrate in Student Center

By Jeannine Anderson

MU’s chapter of Students for Life, an organization which hopes to educate women about alternatives to abortion, passed out pamphlets and flyers.

Houdashelt wraps up career on top

Houdashelt wraps up career on top

By Bruno Vernaschi

The senior took down Edinboro’s David Habat in overtime Saturday to claim an individual title.

Missouri wrestling takes fourth place at NCAA tournament

Missouri wrestling takes fourth place at NCAA tournament

By Katherine Knott

The 2014-15 season further established Missouri as a wrestling powerhouse.

March 21, 2015
Cox defeated, Missouri falters at NCAA National Championship

Cox defeated, Missouri falters at NCAA National Championship

By Quinn Malloy

Cox was 36-0 on the season before losing to Snyder.

Houdashelt advances to the finals

Houdashelt advances to the finals

By Katherine Knott

The No. 1 wrestler is the last Missouri Tiger still alive in the winner’s bracket.

March 19, 2015

Letter to the Editor: 'American Sniper' shows truth behind Iraq War

By Shawn Lee

The film accurately shows the violence that Iraqi civilians face every day from insurgency, and students should learn about that violence.

Tigers look jet-lagged versus Air Force

By Quinn Malloy

Lester: “It’s hard to get ready and get going knowing you might not play.”

March 18, 2015

Bill hopes to address gender pay gap

By Jennifer Prohov

The bill, sponsored by State Rep. Stephen Webber, D-Columbia, would create guidelines to ensure equal pay.

Lawyer discusses cannabis laws and rights at MU event

By Shatya Intharaphet

Many students get themselves in trouble because they don’t know their rights, criminal defense attorney Dan Viets said.

Loftin discusses challenges to campus climate, faculty retention

By Quinn Malloy

He said reactive measures are necessary in some cases, but the administration is taking some proactive steps as well.

MU temporarily suspends student accused of making racist remarks

By Covey Eonyak Son | Updated March 18, 2015 at 5:21 p.m.

Possible sanctions range from a warning to university expulsion.

Starved and constrained, MU Libraries turn to students for funding

Starved and constrained, MU Libraries turn to students for funding

By George Roberson , Hailey Stolze and Quinn Malloy

The fee would start at $5 per credit hour and eventually increase to $15, creating nearly $13 million in new revenue for the libraries.

Letter to the Editor: Censorship and shaming veterans needs to end

By Justin Evans

Not showing a box office hit because it will offend a few students is ill-advised

Editorial: Elimination of Readership Program a major error in judgment

With an abundance of other, less beneficial programs to cut, the decision to cut the Mizzou Readership Program is a huge misstep.

Letter to the Editor: Stop using ‘not all Greeks’ as an excuse

By Kayley Weinberg

Not every member of the Greek community is racist, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t racial issues that need to be addressed.