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June 25, 2017
MU to make residence hall rooms open to rent for football weekend visitors

MU to make residence hall rooms open to rent for football weekend visitors

By Cole Bollinger

Two-bedroom, four-bed suites will be available for $120 a night.

June 24, 2017
Choi announces investment in cost-free academic resources

Choi announces investment in cost-free academic resources

By Zia Kelly

The UM System president spoke about Online Educational Resources and AutoAccess online texts at The Mizzou Store Wednesday afternoon.

June 22, 2017
Student charge will be limited this fall

Student charge will be limited this fall

By Jake Chiarelli

Campus Dining Services, MizzouRec and The Mizzou Store are limiting student charge options, and more changes are in the works.

Former Missouri long snapper finds happiness in different place after decade-long poker career

Former Missouri long snapper finds happiness in different place after decade-long poker career

By Nick Kelly

Ryan Tepen: “I was thinking: Do I really want to be a college football coach? Or maybe I ought to get better at this game.”

June 20, 2017
Royals’ hot streak puts them back into playoff hunt

Royals’ hot streak puts them back into playoff hunt

By Jack Parodi

Kansas City has won eight of its last nine games, moving up two spots in the AL Central race.

June 19, 2017
Jeremiah Tilmon arrested for possession of intoxicants in Columbia

Jeremiah Tilmon arrested for possession of intoxicants in Columbia

By Eli Lederman

The four-star center arrived on campus on June 3.

June 17, 2017
Five Missouri baseball players selected in MLB draft

Five Missouri baseball players selected in MLB draft

By Chelsea Roemer

Tanner Houck was selected in the first round by the Boston Red Sox.

June 11, 2017

Column: Dumping Trump good for America in the short term, bad in the long run

By Matthew Riley

Impeaching the president could put a halt on alt-right rhetoric in the mainstream, but it might be too early to do so.

Column: Trump is back to his candidate self

By Aaron Carter

With the firing of Communications Director Mike Dubke, who was not known to be a part of the administration’s “inner circle,” and rumors of former Trump aides coming back into the fold, Trump could be returning back to his pre-president antics.

June 5, 2017
Missouri burns out in second half of season, finishing 29-28 and struggling against SEC opponents

Missouri burns out in second half of season, finishing 29-28 and struggling against SEC opponents

By Hannah Hoffmeister

The 2017 season was highlighted by personal accolades for new and veteran players.

Two nationally televised matchups announced for Mizzou football

Two nationally televised matchups announced for Mizzou football

By Cole Bollinger

The Tigers’ SEC opener against South Carolina will be played under the lights.

May 30, 2017
Missouri baseball season ends without NCAA tournament appearance

Missouri baseball season ends without NCAA tournament appearance

By Garrett Jones

The Tigers finished the 2017 season with a 36-23 record.

May 28, 2017
Alexander Cartwright announced as MU chancellor

Alexander Cartwright announced as MU chancellor

By Victoria Cheyne

Cartwright will permanently fill the position after Garnett Stokes and Hank Foley served as interim chancellors following R. Bowen Loftin’s resignation in 2015.

May 27, 2017
Santos and Ismail fall in NCAA tournament, ending season for Missouri tennis

Santos and Ismail fall in NCAA tournament, ending season for Missouri tennis

By Toby Lowe

The No. 10 pairing in the nation lost in the first round of the tournament.

May 26, 2017
May 25, 2017
Missouri baseball falls to LSU in second round of SEC Tournament

Missouri baseball falls to LSU in second round of SEC Tournament

By Garrett Jones

The Tigers will have another chance to advance Thursday against South Carolina.

May 24, 2017
May 23, 2017
Alexander Cartwright likely candidate for permanent chancellor position

Alexander Cartwright likely candidate for permanent chancellor position

By Zia Kelly

Cartwright currently serves as the provost and executive vice chancellor at the State University of New York.

Jontay Porter commits to Mizzou

Jontay Porter commits to Mizzou

By Jack Parodi

It is not yet known whether Porter will reclassify to the class of 2017 or remain in high school for one more season.

May 21, 2017
Mizzou Softball fails to advance out of the Eugene Regional

Mizzou Softball fails to advance out of the Eugene Regional

By Langston Newsome

Mizzou softball saw its season come to an end in back-to-back losses in NCAA Regionals.