Posted to On Campus by Neeti Butala on Nov. 17, 2015 at 9:03 p.m.
Joint Session picked up right where it left off at 6 p.m. on Nov. 17 after voting unanimously to end early on Nov. 10 because of safety threats on campus. Joint session unanimously voted to pass three resolutions. The Missouri Students Association, Residence Halls Association, Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council ...
By Neeti Butala | Nov. 16, 2015
Students left Tate Hall with their arms linked together and were escorted by police. Joint Session is rescheduled for Tuesday Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at Schlundt Hall 103.
Four Front and the South Asian Student Association look to bring light to MU during dark times with Diwali celebration
By Alycia Washington | Nov. 10, 2015
“To show solidarity with other cultures shows that we are willing to get past some of these issues that are plaguing our campus,” senior Alanna Diggs said. “When it comes to communities of color it shows that we are allies of each other and that we are no
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 25, 2015
The next debate, hosted by the BEC and RHA, will be at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 26 at Bengal Lair.
By Alycia Washington | Oct. 23, 2015
“Race and discrimination is a difficult conversation that a lot of people ignore on this campus,” senior Taylor Gentry said. “I know it’s difficult, but it's time to have that conversation, too many things have been going on and that’s why (the Hate Wall)
By Bryanna Leach | June 2, 2015
Ipsa Chaudhary and Alanna Diggs were elected in April.
By Dun Li | April 28, 2015
Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley opened the session by giving a speech
By Wendy Hayworth | March 4, 2015
Participants are invited to walk through different theater experiences designed to display oppression of a marginalized group.
By Ashley Bland | Nov. 22, 2014
The work of four of our campus’ most influential groups should not be trivialized by an event’s title.
When demonstrating on campus, students must recognize the public sphere they are being viewed in.
Posted to On Campus by Waverly Colville on Nov. 16, 2014 at 2:25 p.m.
The fall 2014 joint session of MU student governments, hosted this semester by the Graduate Professional Council, gave updates on each organization and passed six resolutions. The Missouri Students Association, GPC, Residence Halls Association, Legion of Black Collegians, Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Four Front were in ...
By George Roberson , Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville | Nov. 7, 2014
The debate was held Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Allen Auditorium.
By Mallory Brown | Aug. 25, 2014
Four Front is planning on adding a secretary and a treasurer to their organization this year in hopes that it will create a more structured environment.
By Elizabeth Loutfi | May 1, 2014
The eight student governments passed four resolutions during this semester’s joint session.
By Elizabeth Loutfi | Jan. 29, 2014
Four Front and MSO members asked for an interfaith prayer space last year.
By Elise Moser | Nov. 17, 2011
The meeting included leaders from LBC, MSA, RHA and Four Front.
By Molly Duffy | Nov. 7, 2011
Slates agreed during the debate that MU's traditions should be respected.
By Elise Moser | Sept. 30, 2011
The MU Equity Office is still optimistic despite no current increase in bias reports.
By Elise Moser | Sept. 27, 2011
The retreat gave members a chance to get to know one another.
By Jimmy Hibsch | June 1, 2011
Faculty Council will push for a second vote on the initiative.
By Jimmy Hibsch | April 26, 2011
The elections occurred during Asian American Awareness Month.
By Jimmy Hibsch | April 8, 2011
Goals include incorporating groups for students with disabilities into Four Front.
By Jimmy Hibsch | Feb. 25, 2011
In their first meeting, planners decided on a logo for the campaign.
By Marie Mandelberg | Nov. 16, 2010
Student organizations receiving the fee currently have about $20,000 in carryover each year.
By Zachary Murdock | Oct. 15, 2010
After six years, officials are optimistic the course will become reality.
By Garrett Richie | Sept. 29, 2010
Students wrote down negative language associated with their identity on cardboard "bricks."
By Amanda Capua | Sept. 28, 2010
The group is discussing student roles in the upcoming Diversity Summit.
By Marie Mandelberg | Sept. 28, 2010
The organization said Pujols is a role model for Hispanic students.
By Marie Mandelberg | Sept. 21, 2010
Students learned leadership skills through team building exercises.
By Jimmy Hibsch | Sept. 21, 2010
More than 200 people attended the event.
By Marie Mandelberg | Sept. 17, 2010
The organization attended Four Front's meeting Tuesday to ask members to consider volunteering.
By Mary Novokhovsky | March 23, 2010
The event, sponsored by multicultural groups, aimed for census education.
By Kaylen Ralph | March 22, 2010
Groups funded by the diversity fee want to control allocation.