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Best Student Achievement: Students vote to pass Enhance Mizzou fee

By Claire Colby | May 3, 2017

This campaign was run by and for students, and its results will be seen across campus.

Best Student Organization: It’s On Us commits to fighting sexual assault

By Kyle LaHucik | May 3, 2017

It’s On Us has saved at least one life, and it has brought an issue to the spotlight in an effort to uplift others and prevent future sexual assaults.

Most Influential Students: Missouri’s youngest RNC delegate reflects on being political at an early age

By Jackson Kinkead | May 3, 2017

Delegate Jeremy Wiggins: “Anyone at any age can really get involved and do some really cool things, especially in Missouri.”

The loudspeaker: How Mark McDaniel put his voice to good use in MSA

By George Roberson | May 3, 2017

The 48th Senate speaker reflects on democratizing the Missouri Students Association.

Top 5 quotes of the year: Racism, solidarity, empowerment

Top 5 quotes of the year: Racism, solidarity, empowerment

By Anna Sirianni | May 3, 2017

J’den Cox’s mother Cathy: “To me, bronze feels like gold.”

Top 5 words to summarize this school year

Top 5 words to summarize this school year

By Sam Nelson | May 3, 2017

The highs and lows included championships, deficits and mumps.

Fresh Faces: From being a prolific boxer to a U.S. Navy SEAL, Greitens has done it all

Fresh Faces: From being a prolific boxer to a U.S. Navy SEAL, Greitens has done it all

By Caroline Kealy and Michelle Lumpkins | May 2, 2017

The new Missouri governor is leaving his mark on MU students and the community.

The top 5 numbers that sum up the year: Tiger Plan, system administrators and closed buildings

By Katherine Stevenson | May 2, 2017

A look back at the excessive spending and lack of administrators this year.

Top Disappointments: Columbia Police chief refuses to acknowledge racial profiling

By Sam Forbes | May 2, 2017

Despite clear evidence that racial profiling is a problem in Columbia, Chief Ken Burton follows his “stubborn streak.”

Top Disappointments: Student Health Center to charge for medical health consultations

Top Disappointments: Student Health Center to charge for medical health consultations

By Anna Sirianni | May 2, 2017

Students will still have to pay a fee, but fewer services will be covered.

Top Moments of the Year: Columbia residents find solidarity in unrest

Top Moments of the Year: Columbia residents find solidarity in unrest

By Fiona Murphy | May 2, 2017

Thousands of community members marched in solidarity with the Women’s March in D.C. to protest President Trump’s inauguration.

Top Moments of the Year: Community members rally in support of local Muslims

Top Moments of the Year: Community members rally in support of local Muslims

By Madi McVan | May 2, 2017

Participants carried signs and yellow flowers, which they placed on the steps of the mosque.

Top Moments of the Year: Students fundraise to give back to Sandy from Plaza

Top Moments of the Year: Students fundraise to give back to Sandy from Plaza

By Sam Nelson | May 2, 2017

Over $5,000 was raised to buy Sandy gift cards, but she chose to donate the money to MizzouThon.

Athlete of the Year: Through humility and quiet greatness, J’den Cox shows why he is Missouri’s best

Athlete of the Year: Through humility and quiet greatness, J’den Cox shows why he is Missouri’s best

By Joe Noser | May 2, 2017

Cox’s resume includes three national championships and an Olympic bronze medal.

Fresh Faces: Mizzou Athletics newcomers you should know

Fresh Faces: Mizzou Athletics newcomers you should know

By Brendan Lavell , Dru Berry and Hannah Hoffmeister | May 2, 2017

Jim Sterk, Cuonzo Martin and Michael Porter Jr. lead Missouri into the future.

Team of the Year: New rotation and team chemistry were crucial to Mizzou volleyball 2016 success

Team of the Year: New rotation and team chemistry were crucial to Mizzou volleyball 2016 success

By Chelsea Roemer | May 2, 2017

After making an appearance in the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2010, the Tigers achieved one of the program's most successful seasons.

Top 5 sports moments from the year at Mizzou

Top 5 sports moments from the year at Mizzou

By Garrett Jones , Joe Noser , Nick Kelly and Titus Wu | May 2, 2017

J’den Cox, women’s basketball and baseball’s winning streak headline the list.

Fresh Faces: Chancellor Search Committee looking for MU’s newest leader

By Nick Corder | May 2, 2017

The 22-member committee has come a long way since its formation in December and hopes to conclude its search in May.

Fresh Faces: Choi’s background in higher education led him to U.M. System presidency

Fresh Faces: Choi’s background in higher education led him to U.M. System presidency

By Grant Sharples | May 2, 2017

The 24th president of the UM System has a background in education that provides a stable foundation for his position.

Fresh Faces: Three new members added to the Board of Curators

By Caroline Watkins | May 2, 2017

Get to know the three new curators who will have a say in major decisions regarding MU.

Top Disappointments: Budget cuts continue to plague the university

Top Disappointments: Budget cuts continue to plague the university

By Zia Kelly | May 2, 2017

Dwindling revenue from low enrollment is being compounded by a withdrawal of state support.

Top Disappointments: UM System officials given inappropriate bonuses

By Nancy Coleman | May 2, 2017

The audit, which revealed $2.3 million in executive compensation, was released at a time of financial limbo for MU.

How downtown Columbia has changed over the past school year

By Nat Kaemmerer | May 2, 2017

What’s arrived on the scene this year?

 Top Disappointments: Walmart Express’ closing leaves us all hungry

Top Disappointments: Walmart Express’ closing leaves us all hungry

By Andrew Withers | May 2, 2017

The store’s October closing has made it harder for students without transportation to shop downtown.

Most Influential Students: Andrew Hutchinson reflects on city council campaign and One Mic

Most Influential Students: Andrew Hutchinson reflects on city council campaign and One Mic

By Brooke Collier and Hannah Simon | May 2, 2017

The Columbia native felt it was his responsibility to create change in the community.