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Dec. 1, 2015

Bond Life Sciences Center spearheads the effort to bring HIV awareness to campus

By Andrew Frein

“The global community recognizing that it is still an issue is important, but locally it is important to recognize that,” said Cale Mitchell, executive director of Central Missouri RAIN. “World AIDS day is a good way to do that.”

Distrust of administrators, protests against chancellor not new to MU

By Tess Vrbin

“He is out of touch with the students, faculty and staff,” MSA president-elect Rebecca Lambe said in a November 1991 Maneater article, speaking about former Chancellor Monroe.

French foreign exchange students reflect on tragedy in Paris

By Alycia Washington , Madison Plaster and Tess Vrbin

“I feel like we (French) are trying to move on but I’m a bit afraid that it’s going to happen again because it was so big, and ISIS said it wouldn’t be the last attack,” French exchange student Mathilde Saint-Genis said.

MU library looks for new ways to improve after fee failed

By Lauren Wortman

Matt Gaunt, director of advancement for MU Libraries: “I think a lot of undergraduates don’t know what they’re missing. You don’t understand what kind of services and information literacy skills are being developed by students at other universities.”

Multicultural Center hosts Allyship Week amidst campus tensions

By Alycia Washington and Madison Plaster

“If there were more allies, maybe this wouldn’t happen,” Four Front Co-Chairwoman Alanna Diggs said.

Letter to the Editor: George Smith’s letter is is par for the course for an anti-Semite

By Shoshana Lewin

Anti-Zionism is no different than anti-Semitism

Letter to the Editor: Labor rights can work alongside a free press

By Connor Lewis

Journalism graduate students shouldn’t be afraid to unionize.

Editorial: MSA, BEC need to institute election reform

Now that the election is over, it’s time to learn from this fiasco.

Column: The many questions endured by students during Thanksgiving break

By Kennedy Jones

Questions, Questions, Questions. But hey man... I'm on break.

Black studies department copes with hateful messages

By Elane Edwards

In addition to derogatory emails and phone calls, a package of diapers was sent to the black studies department.

Planned Parenthood given two more days to find privileges

By Tessa Weinberg

“As a state and federally funded university with a health system, we are required to follow applicable state and federal laws,” interim Chancellor Hank Foley said in a statement.

Some still claim the the Gateway Hall vandalism is a hoax

By Allyson Sherwin

A police report from October describes the swastika.

Volleyball team faces in-state rival Missouri State in NCAA Tournament

By Alexzandria Churchill

A potential border war matchup is set for the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Eardley to lead new Office for Civil Rights and Title IX

By Taylor Blatchford

“Ending discrimination is everyone’s responsibility,” Eardley said in an email to students. “We need you to use your voices to take a stand.”

Loftin leaves one contract and enters another

By Claire Mitzel

Loftin’s transition agreement details the new roles he will be involved in at MU.

Nov. 20, 2015

Columbia choirs blend with MU School of Music to recreate Saint Nicholas historical concert

By Lily Oppenheimer

Ph.D. candidate Aaron Wacker: “After these hard previous weeks, it’s inspiring to see the community here playing beautiful music.”

Nov. 30, 2015
Interactive Map: Where Mizzou athletes are from

Interactive Map: Where Mizzou athletes are from

By Peter Baugh

Columbia has the most athletes at Mizzou with 29. St. Louis closely follows with 27.

Nov. 29, 2015
Missouri falls in Pinkel’s final game, Andy Hill named interim head coach

Missouri falls in Pinkel’s final game, Andy Hill named interim head coach

By Bruno Vernaschi

Pinkel finishes his career with an overall record of 118-71.

Nov. 25, 2015

Interim Chancellor Foley states resolve ‘to be better’ in statement on Laquan McDonald’s death

By Taylor Blatchford

Interim UM System President Mike Middleton released a statement earlier in the day, saying, “We have challenges to face and we will face them together.”