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MSA president to resign at the end of July

MSA president to resign at the end of July

By Elizabeth Loutfi | July 21, 2014

Current MSA Vice President Haberberger will replace Schara and will appoint current Chief of Staff Matt McKeown as vice president

Letter to the Editor: Letter to the editor: Schara explains resignation

By Mason Schara, president, Missouri Students Association | July 21, 2014

MSA President Mason Schara will be stepping down at the end of July to take on increased family obligations.

Missourian finds new way to monetize website

By Elizabeth Loutfi | June 6, 2014

Google will receive 10 cents from market research firms for every completed survey. The Missourian will receive a nickel.

In Print: RSVP Center moves from student government to MU’s hands

By Covey Eonyak Son | June 3, 2014

Director Mark Lucas said the center’s “unprecedented” structure and recent national scrutiny regarding Title IX influenced the decision.

In Print: BEC handbook passed after talks of reform, but under time constraints

By Covey Eonyak Son | June 3, 2014

A number of amendments to the handbook seek to deregulate the MSA presidential election and promote “more competition,” BEC chairman Derek Chung said.

MSA and City Council work to increase pedestrian safety on College Ave

In Print: MSA and City Council work to increase pedestrian safety on College Ave

By Joseph Fafinski | June 3, 2014

Two new High-Intensity Activated crosswalk beacons and a fenced, stone-stamped median will be added to College Avenue. The roadwork is set to be completed by the summer of 2015.

In Print: MSA and GPC leaders explore stronger relationship

By Elizabeth Loutfi | June 3, 2014

GPC became a separate entity from MSA in 1982.

MSA Senate concludes 53rd year, urges student inclusion in college fee changes

By Covey Eonyak Son | May 8, 2014

Resolution 53-48 proposes the creation of an oversight committee that will gauge student feedback on fees implemented by MU colleges.

MSA holds special session for referendum

By Elizabeth Loutfi | May 6, 2014

Missouri Students Association Senate Speaker Ben Bolin said 55 universities are under scrutiny from the U.S. Department of Education Title IX, which states that no person shall be discriminated against on the basis of sex in any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistant. Bolin said MU is ...

RHA hosts 2014 Joint Session with seven other student governments

By Elizabeth Loutfi | May 1, 2014

The eight student governments passed four resolutions during this semester’s joint session.

On Campus: BEC addresses website issue, results of polls

Posted to On Campus by Elizabeth Loutfi on April 17, 2014 at 3:11 p.m.

On Monday, the Missouri Students Association’s Board of Elections Commissioners sent its email asking MU students to vote in the 2015 MSA senator polls and on an MSA Constitution Referendum. The referendum would amend the MSA Constitution to include gender identity and expression in the non-discrimination clause, remove department ...

In Print: Low MSA Senate retention sparks reform

By Elizabeth Loutfi | April 16, 2014

MSA Senate was at 38 percent capacity April 9.

On Campus: MSA Senate passes 2015 budget

Posted to On Campus by Covey Eonyak Son on April 12, 2014 at 3:50 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association Senate unanimously passed the association’s budget for fiscal year 2015. MSA President Mason Schara said the actual carryover amount is larger than the initially projected amount by approximately $2,150 and proposed an amendment to transfer that amount of funds from the RSVP Center and ...

In Print: MSA budget stirs controversy within organization

By Elizabeth Loutfi | April 9, 2014

Vega says Senate’s decreasing budget hurts senator retention.

In Print: Coachella watch party comes to MU

By Sarah Kloepple | April 8, 2014

MU’s College Music Committee brings the California music festival to campus.

On Campus: MSA 2015 budget draft enters second reading

Posted to On Campus by Elizabeth Loutfi on April 3, 2014 at 3:11 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association’s 2015 budget draft went through its second reading in front of the 27 present senators of the MSA Senate on April 2. Interim Senate Speaker Nick Schwartz gave MSA Vice President Kelsey Haberberger unlimited time to answer any questions regarding the content and language of ...

In Print: People of Columbia

By Daniela Vidal and MacKenzie Reagan | April 1, 2014

A former vice prez and a reading advocate

On Campus: MSA opposes any new East Campus parking policy

Posted to On Campus by Covey Eonyak Son on March 17, 2014 at 4:36 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association said in a statement Monday that it will strongly oppose any new parking policy that is implemented in East Campus. “Regardless of the particulars of any given proposal,” the statement read, “the Missouri Students Association is in strong opposition to any effort that further hinders the ...

In Print: MSA Budget Committee approves budget draft with amendment

By Covey Eonyak Son and Elizabeth Loutfi | March 12, 2014

Catalano asked non-Budget Committee members to leave the meeting during voting.

MSA shares first draft of budget

By Covey Eonyak Son | March 7, 2014

Most MSA senators will not have access to the budget until it is submitted to the full Senate on March 18.

The Newsroom: Maneater requests MSA budget

Posted to The Newsroom by Ted Noelker on March 6, 2014 at 4:35 p.m.

The Maneater has submitted a public records request to the UM System custodian of records regarding all documents relating to the Missouri Students Association’s 2014-15 budget proposal. MSA Vice President Kelsey Haberberger submitted the first draft of the budget Feb. 21. The budget has since moved into the MSA ...

On Campus: MSA Senate votes to table bill in violation of bylaws

Posted to On Campus by Covey Eonyak Son on March 6, 2014 at 1:40 a.m.

The Missouri Students Association Senate voted to table Bill 53-27 at its March 5 session, on grounds that the legislation violates the association’s bylaws. The legislation requests a contingency and reserves transfer of $598.05 to MSA/GPC Tech to compensate the auxiliary for an unexpected maintenance of one ...

Bolin plans to help MSA senators, change Senate retreat

In Print: Bolin plans to help MSA senators, change Senate retreat

By Elizabeth Loutfi | March 6, 2014

Bolin won the election 19-18 against sophomore Jacob McKinley.

MSA seeks renovations to University Village, Lafferre Hall

In Print: MSA seeks renovations to University Village, Lafferre Hall

By Covey Eonyak Son | March 6, 2014

An amendment was added to the resolution to include a review by GPC.

On Campus: MSA elects new Senate Speaker

Posted to On Campus by Elizabeth Loutfi on Feb. 27, 2014 at 4:21 p.m.

Missouri Students Association Operations Committee chairman Benjamin Bolin was elected MSA Senate Speaker in a 19-18 vote against MSA Senate Clerk Jacob McKinley on Feb. 26. McKinley announced he would be stepping down as clerk to allow Bolin to select his own clerk. Senate also passed two resolutions unanimously. Resolution ...

MSA, Missourian discuss temporary relief to paywall

By Covey Eonyak Son | Feb. 27, 2014

MSA and the Missourian discussed the possibility of expanding access on campus computers.

In Print: Students oppose parking policy, MSA surveys says

By Covey Eonyak Son | Feb. 26, 2014

A public meeting is scheduled to take place March 19.

In Print: MSA proposes legislation for non-discrimination policy

By Elizabeth Loutfi | Feb. 26, 2014

Hickox has been talking with other UM System schools to make this a system-wide change.

MSA debates procedure for adding, removing auxiliaries

By Elizabeth Loutfi | Feb. 23, 2014

Each auxiliary would be subject to a review board every four years.

Haberberger begins first MSA budget draft

By Covey Eonyak Son | Feb. 20, 2014

The budget will be presented at the first Senate meeting in March.

On Campus: MSA Senate nominates speakers for next term

Posted to On Campus by Elizabeth Loutfi on Feb. 12, 2014 at 6:58 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association Senate nominated Senate speakers at full Senate on Wednesday. Those nominated were Operations Committee chairman Benjamin Bolin and Senate clerk Jacob McKinley. Both members accepted their nominations. Senate Speaker McKenzie Morris said more nominations for Senate speaker are to come. Two bills went through first readings ...

Schara and cabinet inaugurated Thursday

Schara and cabinet inaugurated Thursday

By Elizabeth Loutfi | Feb. 7, 2014

MSA executive board hopes to “revamp” MU’s student government.

In Print: Three unpaid positions added to MSA cabinet

By Covey Eonyak Son | Feb. 5, 2014 | Updated Feb. 5, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.

MSA will save $3,549 by replacing the legislative advocacy officer position with the legislative coordinator.

MSA committee proposes changing name to Social Justice Committee

By Elizabeth Loutfi | Feb. 3, 2014

Committee chairman said the group is less reactionary and more proactive.

MSA hosts 2014 SEC Exchange

By Covey Eonyak Son | Jan. 25, 2014

MSA collaborates, share ideas with SEC student governments

In Print: New MSA executives bring ideas, experience

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Jan. 22, 2014

Three members are returning from last year.

MSA asks Missourian to remove paywall for students

By Jill Deutsch | Dec. 12, 2013

The newspaper has a $5.95 monthly paywall for all readers, including MU students.

10th annual Hate Wall breaks down stereotypes

By Elizabeth Loutfi | Dec. 6, 2013

Event volunteers knocked down the wall at the end of the event.

Droege, Beattie wrap up MSA term

In Print: Droege, Beattie wrap up MSA term

By Jill Deutsch | Dec. 4, 2013

Droege and Beattie took MSA in a “service-based” direction.

Sophomore brings folky feel to Lunchtime Talent

By Paige Carlson | Dec. 3, 2013

Despite heavy involvement on campus, Kat Birkenbeuel finds time to show off her talent in musical performances.

On Campus: 2014 MSA executive cabinet announced

Posted to On Campus by Jill Deutsch on Nov. 21, 2013 at 7:24 p.m.

Missouri Students Association President-elect Mason Schara announced his 2014 executive cabinet Thursday night. The appointments are as listed: Chief of Staff: Myles Artis Deputy Chief of Staff: Haden Gomez Chief Diversity Officer: Victoria Yu Secretary of Auxiliaries: Sandy Patel Director of Student Services: Zack Folk Legislative Coordinator: Camille Hosman Director ...

Truman’s Closet becomes MSA auxiliary

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Nov. 21, 2013

Truman’s Closet becomes MSA auxiliary

Heney to perform at Lunchtime Talent Showcase

Heney to perform at Lunchtime Talent Showcase

By Ellie Papadakis | Nov. 1, 2013

Sophomore singer-songwriter Thomas Heney will perform Nov. 6

In Print: People of Columbia

By Daniela Vidal and MacKenzie Reagan | Oct. 29, 2013

A student event planner and a food-loving violinist

On Campus: MSA court upholds Major-Paterson major infraction, reduces punitive measures

Posted to On Campus by Steven Chaffin, Jr. on Oct. 23, 2013 at 8:31 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association Student Court upheld the Board of Elections Commissioners major infraction against Major-Paterson. The slate must refrain from campaigning and take down all campaign materials for four days. Tuesday, The Maneater reported that the Major-Paterson slate received a major infraction on the basis that it did not ...

On Campus: Major-Paterson slate receives major infraction, appeal to MSA court

Posted to On Campus by Steven Chaffin, Jr. on Oct. 23, 2013 at 2:52 a.m.

The Board of Elections Commissioners issues a major infraction to the Missouri Students Association presidential slate Major-Paterson. The slate received a major infraction for failure to turn in required paperwork at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18. The slate appealed this decision in MSA Student Court in an attempt to ...

MSA debates Truman’s Closet becoming auxiliary

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 23, 2013

MSA is also debating established guidelines to becoming an auxiliary.

MSA presidential slates share platforms, motivations

In Print: MSA presidential slates share platforms, motivations

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 16, 2013

Four different slates are running in the Missouri Students Association’s 2013 presidential election. Currently, candidates are only allowed to have a presence on social media and through other indirect contact. The slates will begin hard-campaigning Monday, Oct. 21, in which candidates can have direct contact with their constituents. The ...

Teator to perform in MU Student Center at Lunchtime Talent Musical Showcase

In Print: Teator to perform in MU Student Center at Lunchtime Talent Musical Showcase

By Tess Hart | Oct. 15, 2013

MU senior takes different path than planned for future career starting with local performances.

Moonier brings ideas and leadership to Student Affairs Committee

By Thom Carter | Oct. 15, 2013

One idea Moonier proposed was a mental health awareness fair.

MSA, CDS, RHA, ELO team up to host first Earthright Week

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 12, 2013

One event allowed students to meet local farmers.

MSA Operations Committee clarifies ambiguous bylaws with two bills

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 11, 2013

These two bills, if passed, will define what officers are and close a loophole.

In Print: Morris appointed SFCIC student chairwoman

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 9, 2013

Morris plans to lead the committee with an emphasis on efficiency and precision.

On Campus: Earthright Week promotes environmentally friendly eating habits

Posted to On Campus by Steven Chaffin, Jr. on Oct. 8, 2013 at 5:38 p.m.

Earthright Week, which kicks off Tuesday evening at all-you-can-eat dining halls, is an environmental initiative during which Campus Dining Services promotes sustainability, energy efficiency and waste reduction throughout the cycle of food consumption. The week is hosted by the Missouri Students Association, the Residence Halls Association, Environmental Leadership Office and ...

In Print: Annual Safety Walk highlights issues with lighting, Greektown

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 2, 2013

The Safety Walk report compared crime rates to other SEC schools.

Truman’s Closet celebrates its grand opening

In Print: Truman’s Closet celebrates its grand opening

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Oct. 2, 2013

Truman’s Closet aims to educate students in the professional world.

Tiger Pantry celebrates one-year birthday

Tiger Pantry celebrates one-year birthday

By Jill Deutsch | Oct. 2, 2013

“Without your support and the work we’ve put in, we wouldn’t be here,” Haluszczak said.

Gold ribbon cut, Truman’s Closet opens for business

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Sept. 30, 2013

The program officially begins Oct. 1.

On Campus: MSA Bill deemed unconstitutional, amendment in the works

Posted to On Campus by Thom Carter on Sept. 28, 2013 at 7:13 p.m.

The current form of Bill 52-48, which changes election proceedings, is unconstitutional, the Missouri Students Association Court ruled Sept. 19. The bill, which restructures MSA’s academic college election process, requires a group of senators to run with only six months of service, resulting in the bill’s unconstitutionality. The ...

Wellness Center, MSA team up to simplify off-campus housing search

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Sept. 20, 2013

The new program will allow students to be more independent in their search.

In Print: Truman’s Closet chooses first executive board

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Sept. 18, 2013

The organization hopes to do more than just lend clothes by also educating students in professional etiquette.

On Campus: MSA Senate passes MSA election changes, adds 16 new senators

Posted to On Campus by Steven Chaffin, Jr. on Sept. 12, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.

The campaigning period for Missouri Students Association presidential candidates will be weeks than in years past, the association voted in its Sept. 11 full Senate meeting. Bill 53-4 reduced the number of presidential debates to two and reduced the campaigning period to one week of soft and three weeks of ...

On Campus: Hickox announces resignation as MSA Student Affairs Committee chair

Posted to On Campus by Steven Chaffin, Jr. on Sept. 11, 2013 at 10:46 p.m.

Sophomore Connor Hickox announced today that he will step down as chair of the Missouri Students Association Student Affairs Committee. Hickox has held since the position since May 2012. “Looking forward to next semester, I knew that I would have to step down at some point,” Hickox said. “There are ...

New Senate Bill 53-1 aims to include all students in full Senate meetings

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Sept. 6, 2013

Currently, MSA senators must defer their speaking time to a non-senator.

MSA, ASUM host Kill the Bill? rally on HB253 veto

MSA, ASUM host Kill the Bill? rally on HB253 veto

By Joe Clougher | Sept. 5, 2013

The vote to override the veto is set for Sept. 11.

In Print: BEC proposes MSA presidential election changes

By Thom Carter | Sept. 4, 2013

Campaigning could be shortened to three weeks.

Payton Head becomes MSA Multicultural Issues Committee chair

In Print: Payton Head becomes MSA Multicultural Issues Committee chair

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Sept. 4, 2013

Sophomore Payton Head wants a more proactive committee with a clear direction.

In Print: MSA’s Lunchtime Talent gives sophomore opportunity to shine

By Alex Leininger | Sept. 3, 2013

Sophomore physics major Gibraun Mitchell will perform at the Student Center on Sept. 11.

BEC vice chair confirmation violates MSA bylaws

By Thom Carter | Aug. 30, 2013

The confirmation violates chapter VIII of the bylaws.

In Print: Nixon speaks against education funding cuts, defends other vetoes

By Joe Clougher and Rachel Brooks | Aug. 28, 2013

MSA will host a Kill the Bill rally Sept. 5 in support of Nixon’s veto of HB253.

Gunnar Johanson to become MSA chief of staff

In Print: Gunnar Johanson to become MSA chief of staff

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Aug. 21, 2013

Schara left to focus on the CATs program.

MSA prepares for opening of Truman's Closet

By Steven Chaffin, Jr. | Aug. 9, 2013

The service will run entirely on donations.

In Print: Bike Share looks for manager, funding in order to expand

By Tracy Cook | July 8, 2013

Checkouts decreased after the first semester of the program.

MSA’s CATs program rewards students for event attendance

By Thom Carter | June 4, 2013

The program will use the student ID swipe method.

Former MSA legislative coordinator Ben Levin prepares to lead ASUM

In Print: Former MSA legislative coordinator Ben Levin prepares to lead ASUM

By Joseph Fafinski | June 4, 2013

Levin plans to revamp ASUM and work with MSA.

In Print: Truman’s Closet to commence business attire drive next Monday

By Thom Carter | May 3, 2013

Drop-off locations will span the entire campus.

Patel appointed new MSA Secretary of Auxiliaries

By Jill Deutsch | April 19, 2013

Patel plans to help the auxiliaries through the difficult upcoming budget cuts.

Theta Nu Epsilon’s history at MU

In Print: Theta Nu Epsilon’s history at MU

By Adrienne Donica | April 19, 2013

Oldest secret society on campus has connections to the Southeastern Conference.

MSA Senate elections coming up

By Jill Deutsch | April 16, 2013

BEC chairman Tyler Ricketts encourages students to vote.

In Print: MSA passes budget, plans for next year

By Jill Deutsch | April 12, 2013

The MSA executives are preparing their business attire lending program.

MSA discusses election process as senate retention decreases

By Jill Deutsch | April 5, 2013

The new attendance process is meant to address senator accountability.

On Campus: MSA discusses senator election process

Posted to On Campus by Jill Deutsch on April 4, 2013 at 8:02 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association discussed new pieces of legislation regarding the senate election process during its full Senate meeting Wednesday. Before the Senate discussed the legislation, Jacob McKinley was approved as the new senate clerk. Drew Dunn, Sunhee Kim and Anne Millington all filled three newly vacated Arts & Science senate ...

On Campus: MSA discusses budget and confirms new Budget Committee chairwoman at full Senate

Posted to On Campus by Jill Deutsch on March 31, 2013 at 10:26 p.m.

Vice President Zach Beattie presented the Missouri Students Association’s balanced budget at full Senate March 20. Due to a $91,000 deficit, the budget features numerous cuts to student salaries, travel budgets and MSA auxiliaries such as MUTV, KCOU, STRIPES and the Craft Studio. Most of the deficit was ...

In Print: MSA president eyes long-term loan program

By Thom Carter | March 19, 2013

MSA president Nick Droege wants to raise awareness of the financial aid office's long-term loan program.

In Print: $85,000 decrease in MSA’s carryover causes proposed funding cuts

By Jill Deutsch | March 15, 2013

The finalized version of the budget will go to full Senate on Wednesday.

Catalano takes over MSA Budget Committee

By Thom Carter | March 15, 2013

McKenzie Morris vacated the position to become the Senate Speaker.

On Campus: Morris sworn in as MSA Senate Speaker

Posted to On Campus by Jill Deutsch on March 8, 2013 at 1:33 p.m.

Jake Sloan passed his gavel to Mckenzie Morris as she was sworn in as Senate Speaker of the Missouri Students Association Wednesday night. The MSA senators passed legislation thanking Sloan, the former speaker, for his two years of service. The Senate passed three other pieces of legislation: one piece created ...

MSA discusses changing at-large senator election process

By Jill Deutsch | March 8, 2013

Senate Clerk Matt Kalish’s legislation failed in committee meetings.

Readership Program expands to include New York Times online

By Jill Deutsch | March 8, 2013

MSA is also looking into online access of the Missourian.

In Print: MSA continues SCC review discussion

By Jill Deutsch | Feb. 22, 2013

The Missouri Students Association created a group to discuss issues and concerns with the Student Conduct Committee last week. According to the Student Conduct Committee website, “The charge to the Student Conduct Committee is to decide cases in accordance with the University of Missouri Standards of Conduct and Rules of ...

In Print: Students asked for input regarding potential fall break

By Thom Carter | Feb. 22, 2013

The survey is still open and can be reached via a link on MSA’s Facebook page.

MSA Inauguration Dinner honors newly elected

In Print: MSA Inauguration Dinner honors newly elected

By Jill Deutsch | Feb. 8, 2013

“We’re really looking at our future tonight,” Chancellor Brady Deaton said.

In Print: MSA develops Student Conduct Committee review group

By Jill Deutsch | Feb. 8, 2013

Ben Levin wants to pass a resolution before talking with Donell Young.

In Print: Billingsley, other seniors chosen from MU

By Hanna Jacunski | Feb. 1, 2013

There are currently 34 MU grads in the Peace Corps.

In Print: New MSA executives sworn in

By Jill Deutsch | Feb. 1, 2013

The CCRC chair and Academic Affairs chair positions are also in transition.

In Print: National Council on Teacher Quality sues Board of Curators

By Jill Deutsch | Jan. 25, 2013

The lawsuit could help MSA create a syllabus archive.

Student Conduct Committee discussion continues

In Print: Student Conduct Committee discussion continues

By Jill Deutsch | Dec. 7, 2012

Young is receptive to students’ feedback on the code of conduct process.

Bike Share rejected as MSA auxiliary

By Jill Deutsch | Dec. 7, 2012

The program will remain under the Department of Student Services.

MSA executives wrap up terms in office

In Print: MSA executives wrap up terms in office

By Jill Deutsch | Nov. 27, 2012

Billingsley and Kooi are training Droege and Beattie to continue their work.

One Mizzou Week kicks off with rally at BCC

In Print: One Mizzou Week kicks off with rally at BCC

By Jill Deutsch | Nov. 13, 2012

Members of leadership organizations spoke at the rally.

In Print: Tiger Pantry names Paul Haluszczak as new director

By Jill Deutsch | Nov. 13, 2012

Haluszczak looks forward to providing fresh produce in the future.

Arts & Entertainment: MSA confirms Kendrick Lamar

Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Kelly Olejnik on Nov. 12, 2012 at 11:46 a.m.

The Missouri Students Association confirmed hip-hop recording artist Kendrick Lamar will perform Dec. 1 in Jesse Auditorium. Tickets are on sale at the MSA/GPC Box Office located in the MU Student Center. Student tickets are $18. Stay with The Maneater for more Kendrick Lamar concert coverage.

Droege, Beattie win MSA election

In Print: Droege, Beattie win MSA election

By Jill Deutsch | Nov. 9, 2012

The slate won with 84 percent of votes.

On Campus: Nick Droege, Zach Beattie win MSA presidential election

Posted to On Campus by Jill Deutsch on Nov. 7, 2012 at 8:32 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association’s Board of Elections Commissioners announced Nick Droege and Zach Beattie as the winners of MSA’s presidential election Wednesday night. The slate won by a landslide with 84 percent of the 5,066 total votes. “We cannot tell you how much it means to us ...

In Print: Polls for MSA election open as remaining slates wait

By Thom Carter | Nov. 6, 2012

Polling locations, which are a new election feature, might increase voter turnout.

In Print: Maass, Catalano issued second major infraction by the BEC

By Cassa Niedringhaus | Nov. 2, 2012

The BEC issued a second major infraction after the terms of the first infraction were violated.

In Print: Official SFRC request passes MSA Senate

By Jill Deutsch | Nov. 2, 2012

Funding from the request will benefit RSVP, Tiger Pantry, DSA and other campus organizations.

On Campus: Second major infraction issued to Maass/Catalano, slate not expelled from race

Posted to On Campus by Elise Moser on Oct. 30, 2012 at 8:23 a.m.

The Board of Elections Commissioners issued a second major infraction to MSA presidential slate Spencer Maass and Shelby Catalano this morning. After the first major infraction issued Monday, Maass/Catalano was given 4 hours from 3:37 p.m. to take down all campaign materials, including online materials. The campaign ...

MSA presidential slate issued major infraction

In Print: MSA presidential slate issued major infraction

By Cassa Niedringhaus | Oct. 30, 2012

Spencer Maass and Shelby Catalano accepted the major infraction issued to them.

MSA presidential slates discuss diversity at final debate

In Print: MSA presidential slates discuss diversity at final debate

By Jill Deutsch | Oct. 30, 2012

The Maass/Catalano slate did not attend the debate.

On Campus: BEC issues major infraction to Maass/Catalano

Posted to On Campus by Elise Moser on Oct. 29, 2012 at 8:39 a.m.

The Board of Elections Commissioners has issued a major infraction to Missouri Students Association presidential slate Spencer Maass and Shelby Catalano. According to the BEC, the slate did not submit its required campaign materials as outlined on page 4 in the BEC handbook as required every Friday by 5 p ...

In Print: Maass/Catalano targets women with new ad

By Cassa Niedringhaus | Oct. 26, 2012

The ad features a silhouette of a woman in a seductive pose.

Blackburn appointed MSA chief of staff

In Print: Blackburn appointed MSA chief of staff

By Jill Deutsch | Oct. 23, 2012

Luke Blackburn will take over for Steven Dickherber.

In Print: MSA presidential slates work to be accountable to students

By Cassa Niedringhaus , Jill Deutsch and Thom Carter | Oct. 23, 2012

The three slates want to fulfill their campaign promises.

In Print: MSA presidential slates address campus safety

By Cassa Niedringhaus , Jill Deutsch and Thom Carter | Oct. 19, 2012

Slates plan to make campus better lit and educate students about safe walks home.

In Print: MSA’s fee request process becomes official

By Jill Deutsch | Oct. 19, 2012

With the new bylaw changes, senators have to approve the request before it goes to SFRC.

MSA Senate resolutions support CPD programs

In Print: MSA Senate resolutions support CPD programs

By Cassa Niedringhaus | Oct. 19, 2012

Resolution 52-22, one of two resolutions recently passed by the MSA Senate, states its support of crime reduction programs in Columbia apartments.

In Print: MSA presidential slates discuss sustainability initiatives

By Cassa Niedringhaus , Jill Deutsch and Thom Carter | Oct. 16, 2012

The candidates bring new ideas as well as plan to work with established organizations.

In Print: MSA presidential slates clash over money and accountability

By Jill Deutsch | Oct. 11, 2012

Droege/Beattie and Wright/Mahr showed the most contrast in ideas.

Arts & Entertainment: MSA confirms 'Fun.' to perform at MU in November

Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Sara Driscoll on Sept. 4, 2012 at 2:22 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association confirmed today the American indie-rock band Fun. will be performing at MU. "Fun. was confirmed today as an official concert MSA will be bringing," MSA President Xavier Billinglsey said. The concert is also sponsored by the Graduate Professional Council and Campus Consciousness. According to the Stuff ...

MSA, RHA launch free Bike Share program for students

In Print: MSA, RHA launch free Bike Share program for students

By Jill Deutsch | Aug. 28, 2012

Students can check out the bikes at the MU Student Center.

In Print: MSA president returns to U.S. after two weeks in Moscow

By Alex Stewart | June 15, 2012

Xavier Billingsley met with Russia’s government and business leaders during the trip.

In Print: MU Libraries, MSA still discussing student fee

By Daniel Shapiro | June 15, 2012

Students could vote on the library fee this fall.

Professor, students discuss impact of Trayvon Martin case

In Print: Professor, students discuss impact of Trayvon Martin case

By Hunter Woodall | May 1, 2012

Since the teenager’s death, students and faculty have worked to hold forums on campus.

More for Less marches for higher education funding

In Print: More for Less marches for higher education funding

By Molly Duffy | April 27, 2012

The Missouri legislature's flat budget for higher education has not been signed by Gov. Nixon.

In Print: Safety Walk 2012 brings changes to annual event

By Elise Moser | April 27, 2012

Participants walked in the daylight for the first time.

Multicultural Week panel discusses international student experiences

In Print: Multicultural Week panel discusses international student experiences

By Kelsey Wingo | April 27, 2012

Students discussed their experiences in the U.S. and at MU.

[STORIFY] Following #moreforless

[STORIFY] Following #moreforless

By Molly Duffy and Ted Noelker | April 27, 2012

The movement culminated Thursday, bringing 150 students to the Missouri capital to fight for higher education funding.

In Print: MSA plans to open food pantry for MU students, faculty

By Elise Moser | April 24, 2012

he pantry will offer assistance to students and faculty in need.

In Print: Multicultural Week features events to celebrate MU students' cultures

By Elise Moser | April 24, 2012

The week kicked off April 21 and will run through April 27.

Library student fee under consideration by MSA, GPC

In Print: Library student fee under consideration by MSA, GPC

By Elise Moser | April 20, 2012

The fee would most likely be $1 per credit hour.

Missouri legislators discuss higher education funding cuts at More for Less panel

In Print: Missouri legislators discuss higher education funding cuts at More for Less panel

By Elise Moser | April 13, 2012

Legislators discussed the importance of students' political participation.

In Print: MSA Senate approves budget following amendment

By Molly Duffy | April 13, 2012

It seemed like the Missouri Students Association budget would be passed without a hitch, but its third reading brought about its first amendment. The only amendment to the 2013 MSA budget was made Wednesday night, and it was the third and final time the student government passed the $1,664 ...

In Print: MSA to form committee to discuss plus-minus grading system with Faculty Council

By Elise Moser | April 6, 2012

Some believe the plus-minus system should be eliminated.

MSA budget moves toward approval

In Print: MSA budget moves toward approval

By Molly Duffy | April 6, 2012

The MSA budget is restoring some organization’s funding to previous levels.

In Print: MSA proposes student fee increase

By Molly Duffy | April 3, 2012

The budget must be read twice more by the senate and approved by SOGA and the vice chancellor.

In Print: MSA President, vice president represent MU at Big 12 on the Hill

By Elise Moser | April 3, 2012

Billingsley and Kooi spent three days lobbying with legislators in Washington, D.C.

Tony La Russa feeds ‘Cardinal Nation’ in speaking at Jesse Hall

In Print: Tony La Russa feeds ‘Cardinal Nation’ in speaking at Jesse Hall

By Nate Atkins | March 16, 2012

The retired St. Louis Cardinals manager shared career jokes, stories and highlights Wednesday at Jesse Auditorium.

In Print: MSA, GPC to form committee to discuss possible library student fee

By Elise Moser | March 16, 2012

MSA is considering putting the fee to a student vote in the fall.

In Print: MSA pushes for gender expression in M-Book non-discrimination clause

By Molly Duffy | March 13, 2012

MSA passed a resolution Wednesday stating gender expression should be included in the non-discrimination clause set to take effect in the fall.

In Print: RHA, MSA look to fund more AEDs

By Molly Duffy | March 13, 2012

The Missouri Students Association and the Residence Halls Association will be pooling their funds at the end of the semester to purchase the defibrillators.

MSA and ASUM lobby against higher education funding cuts

In Print: MSA and ASUM lobby against higher education funding cuts

By Molly Duffy | March 9, 2012

The campaign held meetings with several senators to discuss Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposed cuts to higher education.

In Print: Mizzou Black Men’s Initiative to sponsor new FIG

By Ciera Velarde | March 2, 2012

Billinglsey said he is concerned the FIG will promote segregation.

In Print: MSA co-programming creates over shadowing, more funding

By Molly Duffy | March 2, 2012

MSA is able to lead different projects because of its large amount of funding and manpower compared to other student governments.

On Campus: MSA moves legislation to second reading, approves SFRC changes

Posted to On Campus by Elise Moser on Feb. 23, 2012 at 7:48 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association Senate voted to amend its bylaws regarding the Student Fee Review Committee on Wednesday. The bill will remove MSA’s participation requirement in the SFRC and fee recommendations by the SFRC will no longer be brought to MSA Senate for approval. The changes were recommended by ...

On Campus: Sloan reelected MSA Senate Speaker

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Feb. 22, 2012 at 6:57 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association Senate reelected Jake Sloan during Senate on Wednesday. Sloan won by a majority vote against Student Affairs Chairman Tyler Ricketts. This was the third consecutive year Sloan has run for Senate Speaker and his second consecutive win.

In Print: MSA executives request extra funds to attend Big 12 on the Hill

By Elise Moser | Feb. 21, 2012

MSA executives had extra expenses from the SEC Exchange in January

The EndZone finds potential competition in downtown tailgating area

In Print: The EndZone finds potential competition in downtown tailgating area

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 21, 2012

In response to MU's move to the SEC, a new tailgating space has been proposed that could affect The EndZone's attendance.

In Print: Changes to be made to Student Fee Review Committee

By Elise Moser | Feb. 17, 2012

Any MU student will be able to apply for a position on the committee.

In Print: More for Less returns from ‘successful’ trip to Mo. capital

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 17, 2012

The campaign is planning to reach out to parents and alumni for support.

More for Less collects more than 6,000 letters, heads to Jefferson City

In Print: More for Less collects more than 6,000 letters, heads to Jefferson City

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 14, 2012

MSA and ASUM’s campaign against Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposed budget cuts will deliver the letters to the governor’s office Tuesday.

In Print: Student fee review process differ from SEC, Big 12 schools

By Elise Moser | Feb. 14, 2012

As MU looks to change the student fee review processes, student leaders at other universities share their procedures.

High number of MSA senators resign this semester

In Print: High number of MSA senators resign this semester

By Elise Moser | Feb. 10, 2012

Senate Speaker Jake Sloan said all of the resignations were due to academic obligations or leadership conflicts.

In Print: MSA Senate did not approve student fee increase despite protocols in bylaws

By Elise Moser | Feb. 10, 2012

Although the Student Fee Review Committee did not present fee increases to senate before it was approved, the fees will increase by $11.16 starting this summer.

In Print: MSA Senate supports Missouri bill that would raise cigarette tax, use revenue for higher education

By Elise Moser | Feb. 10, 2012

Raising the tax could generate $400 million for educational purposes.

Scroggs signs 2,000th 'More for Less' Letter

In Print: Scroggs signs 2,000th 'More for Less' Letter

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 10, 2012

As of Thursday, the campaign had collected 4,964 letters.

MU hires company to help fix transit issues

In Print: MU hires company to help fix transit issues

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 10, 2012

MU hired the Solstice Transportation Group to look into possible solutions to students’ transportation problems.

Politics Watch: Nixon restores $40 million of higher education funding to proposed budget

Posted to Politics Watch by Sam Rourke on Feb. 8, 2012 at 4:48 p.m.

Public colleges and universities in Missouri received welcome news Wednesday when Governor Jay Nixon submitted an amendment to restore $40 million worth of funding to these institutions. The amendment came after Nixon’s original budget stirred up controversy over higher education funding. The original budget included an approximate 12.5 ...

On Campus: Scroggs to sign 2,000th More for Less campaign letter

Posted to On Campus by Molly Duffy on Feb. 7, 2012 at 11:05 a.m.

The Missouri Students Association's efforts paid off as they collected more than 1,900 letters signed by MU students opposing higher education budget cuts. Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Cathy Scroggs said she will sign the campaign's 2000th letter 12:25 p.m. Tuesday in the MU Student ...

Scroggs signs 2,000th 'More for Less' letter

Scroggs signs 2,000th 'More for Less' letter

By Molly Duffy | Feb. 7, 2012

The campaign collected over 3,000 letters Tuesday.

Billingsley, Kooi take office at MSA inauguration

In Print: Billingsley, Kooi take office at MSA inauguration

By Elise Moser | Feb. 7, 2012

Family, friends, student leaders and staff members came to celebrate the new executive cabinet.

In Print: Conservative Ann Coulter to speak at MU

By Bailey Otto | Feb. 3, 2012

MU College Republicans are fundraising $10,000 to bring conservative speaker Ann Coulter to MU.

In Print: MSA Senate committees making plans to meet liaison requirements

By Elise Moser | Feb. 3, 2012

Most Senate committees are not fulfilling the liaison duties outlined in the MSA bylaws.

CDS improves transparency with price discrepancies

In Print: CDS improves transparency with price discrepancies

By Molly Duffy | Jan. 31, 2012

CDS will display dollar prices at Baja and hopes to expand to other locations.

In Print: MSA makes its first appearance at the SEC Exchange

By Molly Duffy | Jan. 31, 2012

Members of the MSA executive cabinet said MU stood out among the other SEC schools.

In Print: MSA Senate speaker said committees are meeting liaison requirements

By Elise Moser | Jan. 31, 2012

Committees have improved after several semesters of not meeting bylaw requirements.

New library student fee proposed

In Print: New library student fee proposed

By Elise Moser | Jan. 27, 2012

The proposed fee would cover the costs of increased hours.

In Print: MU to begin biggest transit change in school history

By Emmy Boyd | Jan. 27, 2012

Surveys and focus groups will begin to be conducted starting Feb. 6.

In Print: MSA senator retention shows improvement

By Molly Duffy | Jan. 20, 2012

Attendance is up in the MSA Senate, but committee membership numbers are skewed.

MSA to create three new staff positions

In Print: MSA to create three new staff positions

By Elise Moser | Dec. 9, 2011

Funds for the new positions will be coming from many different sources.

In Print: RHA makes changes to current social fee org distribution

By Alex Stewart | Dec. 9, 2011

The reallocation will give $9,000 more to RHA and hall governments each semester.

Residential Life, MSA working to install more AEDs on campus

In Print: Residential Life, MSA working to install more AEDs on campus

By Alex Stewart | Dec. 9, 2011

There are only eight AEDs on campus, and Residential Life hopes to add three more.

Possible Microsoft student option supported by MSA

In Print: Possible Microsoft student option supported by MSA

By Elise Moser | Dec. 9, 2011

Option would allow students to pay a one-time $100 fee and get Microsoft software updates during their time at MU.

MSA, GPC give back during holiday season

By Molly Duffy | Dec. 9, 2011

GPC decided fundraised for the Boys and Girls Town and MSA adopted a family.

In Print: CDS point values, dollar values hold large discrepancy

By Molly Duffy | Dec. 2, 2011

Items of products sold at Emporium and Timeout have been marked up from 300 to 500 percent from the products real value.

In Print: City of Columbia suggests MU student fee to pay for transit budget deficit

By Elise Moser | Dec. 2, 2011

The city wants to cut $1 million from the transit budget or charge MU students a mandatory $80 a semester for transit use.

In Print: Bylaws restrict MSA from funding College Republican speaker event

By Molly Duffy | Dec. 2, 2011

According to MSA, the College Republicans did not request funding to bring Ann Coulter to campus properly.

In Print: Luxury student housing set to replace mobile home park

By Molly Duffy | Nov. 29, 2011

Student governments are not in favor of the luxury student housing that will replace the Regency mobile home park.

In Print: MSA attends Big 12 Student Government Leadership Conference

By Hunter Woodall | Nov. 29, 2011

Student representatives from MSA will attend the SEC Exchange next year.

In Print: Student fee increase proposed by MSA, SFRC

By Hunter Woodall | Nov. 15, 2011

The increase would cost students in the range of 75 cents to $1

MSA, GPC greet conference officials

By Hunter Woodall | Nov. 8, 2011

MSA and GPC were the first student group to greet SEC officials.

Hate Wall event encourages tolerance, unity

In Print: Hate Wall event encourages tolerance, unity

By Hunter Woodall | Nov. 4, 2011

The Hate Wall event encouraged students to tackle stereotypes they have experienced.

RHA holds first MSA presidential debate of the year

In Print: RHA holds first MSA presidential debate of the year

By Hunter Woodall | Oct. 25, 2011

Slates discussed campus issues such as dining and safety.

IPC, Film Committee hosts first free Foreign Film Horror Festival

By Cait Campbell | Oct. 25, 2011

The films start at 7 p.m. on Oct. 26 in Jesse Wrench Auditorium.

MSA presidential slates focus on improving campus safety

In Print: MSA presidential slates focus on improving campus safety

By Hunter Woodall , Molly Duffy and Savannah Kannberg | Oct. 18, 2011

Slate Loeffler/Damico want to increase the number of blue lights on campus.

In Print: Fake candidates 'doin’ it for the lolz'

By Jaime Williams | Oct. 18, 2011

"Ricketts Rudd for MSA” is a fake slate trying to raise awareness of the MSA elections through humor.

In Print: MSA Senate approves new classroom rights resolution for students

By Hunter Woodall | Oct. 14, 2011

The resolution allows students to distribute classroom materials to other students in the same class.

MSA presidential candidates Greg Loeffler, Lauren Damico campaign

In Print: MSA presidential candidates Greg Loeffler, Lauren Damico campaign

By Savannah Kannberg | Oct. 11, 2011

MSA presidential and VP candidates Loeffler, Damico talk diversity, campaign

In Print: New fees might be imposed on student room reservation

By Hunter Woodall | Oct. 4, 2011

The cost will only be charged when configuration of rooms are changed.

In Print: MSA Outreach endorsements fall in gray area

By Molly Duffy | Oct. 4, 2011

The Outreach Committee chair position was created after chapter five of the bylaws was updated.

Third slate announces MSA presidential candidacy

In Print: Third slate announces MSA presidential candidacy

By Molly Duffy | Sept. 30, 2011

The slate plans to focus on points such as sustainability, campus safety and academics.

In Print: BEC implements handbook changes for 2011 election

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 30, 2011

The BEC handbook was approved at full Senate during Wednesday’s full Senate meeting.

Bruer, Cartee announce candidacy

By Molly Duffy | Sept. 28, 2011

Everett Bruer and Lexie Cartee are the third slate to announce their candidacy in the 2011 MSA presidential election.

In Print: Multicultural Issues Committee, Office of Student Conduct work toward non-discrimination policy for UM System

By Molly Duffy | Sept. 27, 2011

The Office of Student Conduct and MSA hope to add this non-discrimination policy to MU’s M-book.

MSA plans for bike rental program, competition for Tiger Wheels

In Print: MSA plans for bike rental program, competition for Tiger Wheels

By Molly Duffy | Sept. 23, 2011

MSA’s Student Affairs Committee is working to establish a free bike rental program for students.

In Print: Billingsley presents presidential platform at LBC meeting

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 23, 2011

Slate will try and talk to as many organizations as possible prior to November election.

Editorial: MSA needs to get the bike rental program in gear

A free bike rental program has been proposed at MSA, and we here at The Maneater propose the program happens soon. To the long-distance commuters in desperate need of a parking space, those who live a bit closer to campus could free up those coveted parking spaces. To the pedestrians ...

In Print: EndZone attendance larger than The Jungle

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 20, 2011

The EndZone is already seeing larger numbers than The Jungle.

Editorial: Students should take advantage of the MSA-sponsored student tailgating space

When we say college football, you say tailgating. For students and fans of football alike, tailgating isn’t an option, it is a tradition that needs to and will be upheld for years to come. The Missouri Students Association understands the student football fan’s need to tailgate and has ...

Billingsley, Kooi announce MSA presidential campaign

In Print: Billingsley, Kooi announce MSA presidential campaign

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 13, 2011

Billingsley and Kooi’s campaign motto is “elevate your experience.”

In Print: MSA cancels proposed Homecoming concert

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 13, 2011

MSA budgeted $79,750 in student fees to fund free student concerts this academic year.

In Print: MSA commits to improving communication with students

By Molly Duffy | Sept. 13, 2011

The ad hoc Outreach committee has met with 20 organizations.

In Print: New syllabus archive eases course selection

By Margaret Gallagher | Sept. 9, 2011

A syllabus archive will be posted online and will assist students in making their course selections.

In Print: MSA works to improve transit for students

By Hunter Woodall | Sept. 2, 2011

A student task force will be assembled to explore issue further.

MSA to expand Mizzou Readership Program

In Print: MSA to expand Mizzou Readership Program

By Kate Grumke | Aug. 30, 2011

After a decrease in usage due to campus construction, MSA responded with more readership locations and advertising.

In Print: DSA presents summer film series, student trips

By Jaime Williams | Aug. 30, 2011

More than 1,175 people attended the DSA film series this summer.

In Print: Laptop checkout might expand to residence halls

By Hunter Woodall | Aug. 30, 2011

The idea to expand the laptop rental program has yet to be approved.

In Print: Noce, Woods name tiger habitat

By Hunter Woodall | Aug. 26, 2011

The tiger habitat at the Dickerson Park Zoo was named the Mizzou Tiger Reserve on Wednesday.

CDS eliminates trays from dining halls to reduce waste

In Print: CDS eliminates trays from dining halls to reduce waste

By Brittany King | Aug. 23, 2011

The change will save 65 tons of food per year.

New MSA student tailgating space aims to draw crowds

In Print: New MSA student tailgating space aims to draw crowds

By Hunter Woodall | Aug. 23, 2011

Entrance to The EndZone will be free for all students.

MSA, PHA collaborate to bring Jason Derülo to MU

By Katie Yaeger | Aug. 6, 2011

The pop singer will perform at the Fall Welcome Concert.

MSA president reaches out to the White House

By Hunter Woodall | Aug. 4, 2011

The call was made between student body presidents across the country and President Obama.

On Campus: Jason Derulo to headline Fall Welcome Concert

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Aug. 3, 2011 at 3:29 p.m.

Stuff To Do at MU created a Facebook event Wednesday announcing Jason Derulo as the headlining act at the MU Fall Welcome Concert. According to the event listed on the Stuff To Do website, the Missouri Students Association is hosting the event with the Graduate Professional Council College Music Committee ...

MSA, IFC stress summer recruitment for freshmen

In Print: MSA, IFC stress summer recruitment for freshmen

By Matthew Flores | July 6, 2011

MSA and IFC are increasing summer recruitment in an attempt to inform and attract incoming freshmen.

In Print: MSA to honor fallen soldiers in Memorial Union

By Angie Andera | July 6, 2011

Commemorative plaques will be placed somewhere in the student union.

Rollins dining hall to go trayless for Summer Welcome

By Brittany King | June 7, 2011 | Updated June 15, 2011 at 12:04 p.m.

CDS will evaluate the trial run toward the end of Summer Welcome sessions.

Downtown E.Z. Charge expansion at standstill

In Print: Downtown E.Z. Charge expansion at standstill

By Michele Robotham-Smith | June 1, 2011

The project will likely not be in place by the original slated date of fall 2011.

In Print: MSA looks for alternatives for revision

By Caitlin Swieca | June 1, 2011

MSA currently has no plans to hold a delayed convention.

In Print: MSA passes resolution opposing parking meter increase

By Amanda Capua | May 6, 2011

Paid parking meter hours might be extended four hours.

In Print: MSA will allocate $5,000 to Big MO Foundation

By Kelly Olejnik | May 6, 2011

The drum will be the world's largest.

Editorial: Same-sex partner benefits are more than optional

Debate about the need for domestic partnership benefits for UM System employees is nothing new. The matter has been discussed for years here at MU, both at the student level and among faculty, and the implementation of such benefits at other universities has been on the rise. A petition in ...

Musicians entertain, spread social justice at Global Sounds Music Festival

In Print: Musicians entertain, spread social justice at Global Sounds Music Festival

By Alfie Cox | May 3, 2011

The MSA sponsored event focused on sustainability, social justice and awareness.

Gender-neutral housing resolution debated

In Print: Gender-neutral housing resolution debated

By Amanda Capua | April 29, 2011

Twenty-six MSA senators voted in favor of the resolution.

Eyewitness accounts shed light on Emmett Till story

Eyewitness accounts shed light on Emmett Till story

By Kelly Olejnik | April 28, 2011

Simeon Wright and Wheeler Parker Jr. were two eyewitnesses to Till’s kidnapping in 1955.

MSA, RHA members support camera installation

In Print: MSA, RHA members support camera installation

By Amanda Capua | April 26, 2011

RHA Vice President Chris Rucker cited the graffiti incident at Hatch Hall to show the benefits of having cameras.

In Print: MSA Senate looks to improve senator accountability

By Amanda Capua | April 26, 2011

Senators will receive a manual detailing the jobs of the senators.

In Print: MSA commits $25,000 to live tigers

By Kelly Olejnik | April 22, 2011

The organization will spend $5,000 per year for five years to sponsor zoos' tiger exhibits.

In Print: MSA pushes open access materials

By Amanda Capua | April 22, 2011

Some professors might need convincing to support the program, senators say.

In Print: MSA passes budget, gives $45k for concert

By Amanda Capua | April 15, 2011

The MSA budget still needs approval from Cathy Scroggs.

Non-discrimination legislation presented

By Kelly Olejnik | April 15, 2011

MCI presented two resolutions to MSA’s Senate in support of a non-discrimination policy.

In Print: MSA budget utilizes carryover, increases STRIPES funding

By Kelly Olejnik | April 8, 2011

The MSA budget will be presented to Senate one more time before approval.

Editorial: MSA Senate needs shaking up

An attitude of apathy toward student government permeates MU's student body, and although much of that rests on students' own disinterest in campus politics, Missouri Students Association senators aren't doing themselves any favors. The Senate is taking steps to fight irrelevancy but is moving in the wrong direction ...

In Print: Twenty-two candidates run in senator elections

By Kelly Olejnik | April 5, 2011

MSA President Eric Woods said the elections could have been advertised more.

In Print: Interactive graphic to show how MSA allocates student funds

By Amanda Capua | April 5, 2011

MSA also hopes to publish information in residence halls' handouts.

In Print: MSA committee backs zero tolerance for hate crimes

By Kelly Olejnik | March 22, 2011

The legislation looks to define hate crimes within MU's policy book.

In Print: 'One Mizzou' set to begin April 7

By Jimmy Hibsch | March 22, 2011

Events will include signing a "One Mizzou" banner.

In Print: MSA moving forward with live tiger sponsorship

By Kelly Olejnik | March 15, 2011

The St. Louis Zoo has asked for $100,000 for a five-year sponsorship of one of its tigers.

Editorial: Keeping an open mind: Tiger sponsorship could be good move for MSA

If there’s anything that the Missouri Students Association learned from the absurd debate over purchasing a live tiger for the university in spring 2010, it’s that there’s no chance of an actual tiger running around the football field on game day. Sorry, Mr. Noce. However, a more ...

In Print: MSA updates goMizzou smartphone app

By Amanda Capua | March 1, 2011

The app has racked up almost 10,000 downloads.

In Print: Plans for ‘One Mizzou’ underway

By Jimmy Hibsch | Feb. 25, 2011

In their first meeting, planners decided on a logo for the campaign.

In Print: MSA Senate elects Sloan as new speaker

By Amanda Capua | Feb. 25, 2011

Academic Affairs Committee Chairman Everett Bruer fell short of Sloane by two votes.

In Print: MSA committee pushes for regular review of education requirements

By Amanda Capua | Feb. 22, 2011

Faculty Council would work with the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies.

LBC: Students need to be proactive in fighting racism

In Print: LBC: Students need to be proactive in fighting racism

By Kelly Olejnik | Feb. 18, 2011

Students and MU officials met Wednesday night to discuss possible reactions to problems with racism on campus.

MCI hosts 'Eat and Greet'

In Print: MCI hosts 'Eat and Greet'

By Amanda Capua | Feb. 18, 2011

The event aims to unite minority groups on campus.

 Deaton hands down temporary suspension for graffiti suspect

In Print: Deaton hands down temporary suspension for graffiti suspect

By Jimmy Hibsch and Kelsey Maffett | Feb. 15, 2011

Police are investigating a similar graffiti message left near campus Saturday.

In Print: Students propose overhaul to parking system

By Kelly Olejnik | Feb. 15, 2011

Students would submit parking preferences through MyZou under the plan.

In Print: MSA Senate attendance tapers off

By Kelly Olejnik | Feb. 8, 2011

Senator Garrett Bergquist said the student government group should increase promotional efforts to recruit new members.

MSA, RHA work to build stronger ties

In Print: MSA, RHA work to build stronger ties

By Ana Stock | Feb. 4, 2011

New officers for the organizations are focusing on increased communication.

In Print: MSA shakes up election bylaws

By Kelly Olejnik | Feb. 1, 2011

The Board of Elections Commissioners aimed to address problems confronted in 2010's MSA presidential election.

Editorial: Noce strong on communication, lacked follow-through

The former MSA president receives "C" grade for overall effectiveness.

Woods sworn in as MSA president

Woods sworn in as MSA president

By Amanda Capua | Jan. 26, 2011

The new student government leader said he would focus on sustainability goals first.

In Print: DSA requests funds to bring Angelou to campus

By Kelly Olejnik | Jan. 25, 2011

DSA requested $15,000 to close the funding gap for the event.

Noce prepares to hand off MSA leadership to Woods

In Print: Noce prepares to hand off MSA leadership to Woods

By Amanda Capua | Jan. 21, 2011

Eric Woods and Emily Moon will be sworn in as MSA president and vice president Jan. 29.

MSA strives to 'stay in touch' with students

In Print: MSA strives to 'stay in touch' with students

By Kelly Olejnik | Jan. 21, 2011

MSA is making themselves visible to students by creating an outreach project.

MSA further delays constitutional convention

By Kelly Olejnik | Jan. 21, 2011

The constitutional convention was originally scheduled for April 21, 2010.

On Campus: WIreless Walk still uncompleted

Posted to On Campus by Ana Stock on Jan. 20, 2011 at 4:24 p.m.

Kaitlin Oxenreider, Missouri Students Association Department of Student Services Director, said Wednesday MSA did not complete their portion of the Wireless Walk that they were supposed to have co-sponsored with the Residence Halls Association. “They never did the MSA portion, because the IT guy went out of town the day ...

On Campus: MSA president-elect selects cabinet

Posted to On Campus by Kaylen Ralph on Dec. 15, 2010 at 6:43 p.m.

Missouri Students Association President-elect Eric Woods announced his picks for his Executive Cabinet on Wednesday. The new Cabinet will assume their duties after Woods and Vice President-elect Emily Moon are inaugurated in January. The Cabinet selections are as follows: Chief of Staff: Dan Kelley Department of Student Activities Director: Katie ...

In Print: Curators, student leaders meet

By Zachary Murdock | Dec. 10, 2010

Gov. Jay Nixon will appoint four new curators in 2011.

In Print: DSA seeks to regain funds spent on The Jungle

By Kelly Olejnik | Dec. 10, 2010

DSA will request an estimated $9,000 to regain money spent on The Jungle.

In Print: MSA, BEC to make changes in election process

By Amanda Capua | Dec. 7, 2010

The changes were proposed after judicial issues delayed this year's election.

Black and Gold soundtrack to feature artists from MSA concerts

By Nancy El Attar | Dec. 7, 2010

Tracks by Wale, B.O.B. and Chiddy Bang are featured on the mixtape.

In Print: MSA approves first Amicus Curiae

By Amanda Capua | Dec. 3, 2010

Law student Phil Raine will assist students with handling conduct issues.

MSA plans release of goMizzou app for Android, looks into new features

In Print: MSA plans release of goMizzou app for Android, looks into new features

By Sally French | Nov. 30, 2010

Access to Blackboard and myZou could be added to the smart phone app.

In Print: MSA yet to confirm constitutional convention date

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 30, 2010

The convention could change the way students are represented in MSA.

Woods prepares to take office as MSA president

In Print: Woods prepares to take office as MSA president

By Amanda Capua | Nov. 30, 2010

The MSA president-elect said he's shadowing MSA President Tim Noce throughout the next few weeks.

In Print: Investigation of BEC will fall to new MSA inspector general

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 16, 2010

The former officer said he did not want politics to harm the office.

Noce named Intercampus Student Council president

In Print: Noce named Intercampus Student Council president

By Amanda Capua | Nov. 16, 2010

The MSA president will deal with matters involving all UM system universities.

MSA voting begins with Travis-Horan back on ballot

MSA voting begins with Travis-Horan back on ballot

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 15, 2010

The website for online voting will remain open until 6 p.m. Wednesday.

On Campus: Student Court ruling puts Travis-Horan back on ballot

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Nov. 14, 2010 at 11:41 p.m.

Four days after the Travis-Horan Missouri Students Association presidential slate was removed from the election for a series of infractions, the Student Court chose to reinstate the candidates Sunday. The court found candidates Josh Travis and Michelle Horan guilty of one intentional infraction and two negligent infractions after hearing oral ...

On Campus: MSA inspector general resigns amid election controversy

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Nov. 12, 2010 at 5:03 p.m.

After announcing and then revising his intentions to investigate the Missouri Students Association's Board of Elections Commissioners, Inspector General Eric Hucker resigned from his position, according to an e-mail sent at 3:11 p.m. Friday. Hucker said early Thursday morning that he intended to investigate the BEC for ...

Two candidates or three? Student Court to decide

In Print: Two candidates or three? Student Court to decide

By Kaylen Ralph | Nov. 12, 2010

The court will choose to uphold or repeal a decision from MSA's elections commissioners keeping Travis-Horan off the ballot.

On Campus: MSA inspector general plans to investigate Elections Commissioners

Posted to On Campus by Kaylen Ralph on Nov. 11, 2010 at 12:36 a.m.

After handing down three infractions to Missouri Students Association presidential candidate Josh Travis in the past three days, the Board of Elections Commissioners finds itself under investigation by MSA's Office of Inspector General. The Board of Elections Commissioners, which is responsible for maintaining fairness in MSA elections and taking ...

On Campus: Travis-Horan issued third infraction over T-shirt sales

Posted to On Campus by Kaylen Ralph on Nov. 11, 2010 at 12:14 a.m.

Student Court Chief Justice Lischen Reeves said the Travis-Horan slate has until 7 p.m. Nov. 15 to submit briefs in their defense against the three infractions that the Board of Elections Commissioners has issued to the slate. The slate was issued a third infraction Wednesday evening by the BEC ...

Pending Student Court decision, Travis off MSA ballot

Pending Student Court decision, Travis off MSA ballot

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 11, 2010

Travis says the Board of Elections Commissioners has mishandled complaints against his slate.

On Campus: Student Court decision pending, Travis-Horan off MSA presidential ballot

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Nov. 10, 2010 at 9:25 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association presidential slate for Josh Travis and Michelle Horan was issued a second intentional infraction by the Board of Election Commissioners on Wednesday. This action, according to the BEC handbook, would keep the candidates off the ballot. The BEC found Travis-Horan guilty of lack of documentation regarding ...

UPDATE: Complaint against Hansen-Oxenreider dropped

UPDATE: Complaint against Hansen-Oxenreider dropped

By Kaylen Ralph | Nov. 10, 2010

The complaint pertained to campaign fliers covering other MSA presidential slates' fliers.

Campaigning privileges revoked for Travis-Horan

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 10, 2010

The action does not affect the slate's standing on the MSA presidential ballot.

In Print: Judicial issue delays MSA presidential election

By Kaylen Ralph and Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 9, 2010

Online voting for the election will begin Nov. 15.

In Print: MSA plans to work to reduce laundry prices

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 9, 2010

Prices increased 25 cents per wash and dry this year.

MSA officers share, hear ideas at Big 12 Student Government Conference

By Amanda Capua | Nov. 9, 2010

Ideas from other schools include increasing student outreach.

In Print: MSA presidential slates square off in final debate

By Kelly Olejnik | Nov. 5, 2010

The debate was hosted by The Maneater and Four Front.

Student governments meet to discuss changes to finals week

In Print: Student governments meet to discuss changes to finals week

By Ana Stock | Nov. 5, 2010

RHA and MSA voted to approve schedule changes, but GPC and LBC abstained.

In Print: MSA candidates look to increase awareness of student government

By Amanda Capua , Kelly Olejnik and Nathan Divers | Nov. 2, 2010

The various teams plan to use social media to communicate with students.

In Print: Referendum to gauge support for voting student curator

By Amanda Capua | Nov. 2, 2010

If students vote in favor of the change, it will still need to be approved by the state legislature.

In Print: MSA candidates share ideas for greener MU

By Amanda Capua , Kelly Olejnik and Nathan Divers | Oct. 29, 2010

Ideas for initiatives include working with Campus Dining Services to provide more local food.

In Print: Candidates for MSA presidency look to improve campus safety

By Amanda Capua , Kelly Olejnik and Nathan Divers | Oct. 26, 2010

Platforms include plans to expand or adapt TigerWatch, reduce speed limits and more.

In Print: MSA campaigns focus on student fee accountability, redistribution

By Amanda Capua , Kelly Olejnik and Nathan Divers | Oct. 22, 2010

MSA presidential candidates present their platforms.

In Print: Syllabus archive to launch by end of fall semester

By Kelly Olejnik | Oct. 22, 2010

Students will be able to view and download course syllabi before signing up for classes.

New student center dedication previews coming additions

In Print: New student center dedication previews coming additions

By Kaitlyn Gibson | Oct. 22, 2010

The center provides new dining options and lounge space.

In Print: MSA candidates focus on improving student, campus life

By Amanda Capua , Kelly Olejnik and Nathan Divers | Oct. 19, 2010

Platform ideas range from increasing STRIPES funding to creating a "Homecoming 2.0."

MSA Senate votes to oppose Prop 2 Taser ban

In Print: MSA Senate votes to oppose Prop 2 Taser ban

By Amanda Capua | Oct. 15, 2010

The proposition makes it a misdemeanor for anyone in Columbia to use a Taser.

Construction hazards a concern during Campus Safety Walk

By Garrett Richie | Oct. 15, 2010

Five MUPD officers also attended the walk.

MSA presidential candidates square off in first debate

By Amanda Capua | Oct. 14, 2010

Vice presidential candidates were questioned on their ability to manage the MSA budget.

On Campus: MSA approves members to two positions

Posted to On Campus by Amanda Capua on Oct. 13, 2010 at 6:54 p.m.

The Missouri Students Association voted to approve two appointments at full Senate Wednesday. In the executive branch, Victoria Craig was approved as the Director of Student Communications. In the legislative branch, Tyler Ricketts advanced from Vice Chair of Student Affairs to Chairman of Student Affairs.

Jungle tailgate sees highest attendance of semester

In Print: Jungle tailgate sees highest attendance of semester

By Sarah Clancey | Oct. 12, 2010

Reserving a spot at the tailgate was free for the first time Saturday.

In Print: MU honors Breast Cancer Awareness month

By Allison Prang | Oct. 12, 2010

A variety of organizations and groups on campus planned special events for the month.

In Print: MSA presidential candidates begin fundraising

By Nathan Divers | Oct. 8, 2010

Efforts to raise money include student events and T-shirt sales.

Letter to the Editor: 'The Jungle' not as successful as MSA says

By Mark Hart, A concerned student, mwh257@mizzou.edu | Oct. 8, 2010

Dear Editor, My name is Mark Hart and this is my first year at the University of Missouri.  The reason why I am sending this e-mail is to correct statements that were made in the MSA newsletter to students regarding "The Jungle."  First of all, the number of students I ...

In Print: Hansen, Oxenreider give details on MSA presidential platform

By Nathan Divers | Oct. 1, 2010

The slate's platform is based on four key points.

MU looks to expand E.Z. Charge off campus

In Print: MU looks to expand E.Z. Charge off campus

By Amanda Capua | Oct. 1, 2010

The program would be available for use at select local restaurants.

'Hate Wall' exposes stereotypes

By Garrett Richie | Sept. 29, 2010

Students wrote down negative language associated with their identity on cardboard "bricks."

On Campus: Hansen declares candidacy for MSA presidency

Posted to On Campus by Kaylen Ralph on Sept. 28, 2010 at 12:51 p.m.

A third slate announced its bid for the Missouri Students Association presidential race Tuesday. Ben Hansen, MSA Department of Student Activities director, and Kaitlin Oxenreider, MSA Department of Student Services director, will run as president and vice president, respectively, Oxenreider confirmed Tuesday. "The only plan we have set in stone ...

In Print: Student leaders, MU administration create diversity-focused group

By Amanda Capua | Sept. 28, 2010

The group is discussing student roles in the upcoming Diversity Summit.

Jungle attendance remains low

In Print: Jungle attendance remains low

By Jessica Puckett | Sept. 28, 2010

MSA plans to increase promotion for the tailgate space before the next home game .

Live blog: September 2010 Board of Curators meeting: Student leaders address Board of Curators

Posted to Live blog: September 2010 Board of Curators meeting by Zachary Murdock on Sept. 24, 2010 at 11:17 a.m.

Student leaders from across the UM system attended this morning's UM system Board of Curators meeting in Springfield, MO. Student government leaders from MU and UM-St. Louis said they wanted to represent students at the meetings. Missouri Students Association President Tim Noce and MSA Director of Student Services Kaitlin ...

MSA committees work to meet liaison bylaw requirements

In Print: MSA committees work to meet liaison bylaw requirements

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 24, 2010

Several groups have failed to maintain committee liaisons in past semesters.

Jungle reservations opened for students

In Print: Jungle reservations opened for students

By Amanda Capua | Sept. 21, 2010

The new policy is effective Saturday.

MSA budget carryover tops $120,000

In Print: MSA budget carryover tops $120,000

By Amanda Capua | Sept. 21, 2010

Potential destinations for the money include STRIPES and other organizations.

MSA, GPC aim to foster family-friendly environment

In Print: MSA, GPC aim to foster family-friendly environment

By Allison Prang | Sept. 17, 2010

The committee aims to make campus accessible for non-traditional students.

In Print: Ellis Library hours extended during finals week

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 17, 2010

Library expects an increase in student attendance during extended hours.

In Print: Jungle tailgate off to a slow start

By Garrett Richie | Sept. 14, 2010

MSA plans further promotion for the university-sponsored event.

In Print: To-go boxes keep stressed students from starving

By Amanda Capua | Sept. 14, 2010

Eco-friendly boxes at three dining halls are being tested for time-restricted students.

Travis plans to make MSA more accessible

In Print: Travis plans to make MSA more accessible

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 10, 2010

The MSA presidential candidate also promotes the "Mizzou Family" in his platform.

Woods-Moon platform focuses on funding, recycling

In Print: Woods-Moon platform focuses on funding, recycling

By Amanda Capua | Sept. 10, 2010

Woods has experience as MSA Student Court chief justice.

Travis announces launch of MSA presidential campaign

Travis announces launch of MSA presidential campaign

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 7, 2010

The candidates and volunteers gathered the required signatures for the campaign in Speakers Circle on Tuesday.

On Campus: Travis, Horan prepare launch of MSA presidential campaign

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Sept. 4, 2010 at 4:46 p.m.

Former Missouri Students Association Operations Chairman Josh Travis will formally announce his MSA presidential campaign Tuesday in Speakers Circle. Travis’ running mate, MSA Student Affairs Chairwoman Michelle Horan, will be present at the campaign announcement as well. According to the Travis-Horan Facebook event page, a central goal of the Travis-Horan ...

BEC handbook changes restrict campaigning in res halls

In Print: BEC handbook changes restrict campaigning in res halls

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 3, 2010

The changes also include a stricter infraction policy.

MSA senate adds step in legislation approval process

In Print: MSA senate adds step in legislation approval process

By Kelly Olejnik | Sept. 3, 2010

The bill will prevent backup of legislation.

On Campus: Three BEC members confirmed

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Sept. 1, 2010 at 12:23 a.m.

The Missouri Students Association Operations Committee approved three Board of Elections Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday evening. The BEC is responsible for overseeing MSA elections and ensuring the organization's bylaws are followed. Jacob Sloan was confirmed as BEC Chairman. Xavier Billingsley and Logan Borgsmiller were confirmed as Vice-Chairmen. Borgsmiller ...

MSA works to train new members

By Allison Prang | Aug. 31, 2010

This year marks the organization’s 50th anniversary.

In Print: MSA looks to reform Senate voting system

By Kelly Olejnik | Aug. 27, 2010

The clickers could cost up to $5,000.

Editorial: Productivity: always a good idea

After many semesters spent arguing over Robert’s Rules and calling for recall votes, the Missouri Students Association is looking for another option. And it’s about damn time. MSA is considering purchasing clickers for senators to use for voting during full senate. The clicker results could be posted online ...

News conference unveils details of new tailgating space

By Steven Dickherber | Aug. 24, 2010

MUPD will patrol the lot.

In Print: MSA constitutional convention postponed

By Kelly Olejnik | Aug. 24, 2010

No convention date has been confirmed.

MSA plans new student tailgating space

MSA plans new student tailgating space

By Megan Donohue | July 31, 2010

The organization will reserve the lot between Cornell Hall and Stankowski Field for home football games.

In Print: MSA, BEC considered sanctioning exploratory committee

By Jaime Williams | July 7, 2010

Sophomore Josh Travis' exploratory committee for his potential campaign might have gone against MSA bylaws.

In Print: Travis looks ahead to MSA elections

By Josh Barone | May 7, 2010

Campaigns officially begin in August.

In Print: Fees increase for broken housing contracts

By Alex Pesek | May 7, 2010

Breaking housing contracts costs nearly twice as much as previous years.

In Print: MSA parking proposal still in progress

By Alex Pesek | May 7, 2010

The system prioritizes on-campus residents when assigning parking.

In Print: Students push for law school improvements

By Angela Case | May 7, 2010

The Academic Affairs committee will discuss ideas for improvement with law school students.

In Print: MSA discusses EZ Charge expansion

By Alex Pesek | May 4, 2010

Downtown vendors and restaurants would be included in expansion.

In Print: MSA to support live tiger conservation with plaques

By Travis Cornejo | May 4, 2010

The plaques would label the tigers 'official Mizzou Tigers.'

In Print: MSA discontinues fund-matching for KCOU, MUTV

By Mary Novokhovsky | May 4, 2010

The new legislation says MSA will match up to $20,000 for each outlet.

In Print: Student governments reschedule joint session for next semester

By Michael Sewall | May 4, 2010

The organizations ran into scheduling conflicts.

College Avenue res. hall could see name change

In Print: College Avenue res. hall could see name change

By Luke Udstuen | April 30, 2010

MSA is hoping to tie up unfinished 2006 legislation on name changes.

MSA adds student conduct advising position

In Print: MSA adds student conduct advising position

By Alex Pesek | April 30, 2010

The position would advise students and participate in MSA court hearings.

In Print: MSA holds hearing about student fee handling

By Kaylen Ralph | April 30, 2010

Miscommunications regarding meetings and deadlines have raised concerns.

In Print: MSA meets with new master planner

By Kaylen Ralph | April 23, 2010

The meeting was held to voice concerns regarding campus planning.

E-phones, poor lighting concerns for Greek students

In Print: E-phones, poor lighting concerns for Greek students

By Kaylen Ralph | April 20, 2010

MSA proposes installing external lights to Greek houses to deter crime.

In Print: TigerWatch volunteers to patrol campus

By Megan Pearl | April 20, 2010

The members will work with STRIPES from Thursdays through Saturdays.

In Print: Dobbs to implement to-go box option

By Megan Pearl | April 16, 2010

A new pilot for the to-go box option at Dobbs will begin April 26.

Ellis Library extends hours for finals week

In Print: Ellis Library extends hours for finals week

By Megan Pearl | April 13, 2010

If students don't utilize the extension, the program will be terminated.

In Print: MSA to hold constitutional convention

By Kaylen Ralph | April 9, 2010

The restructuring will begin April 21.

In Print: Activity fee carryover to be spent by MSA auxiliaries

By Megan Pearl | March 23, 2010

MSA estimates it will have more than $61,000 in leftover fees.

MSA elections continue through Wednesday

In Print: MSA elections continue through Wednesday

By Kaylen Ralph | March 23, 2010

Last year's voters made up 10 percent of the undergraduate population.

In Print: Diversity fee carryover causes concern

By Kaylen Ralph | March 22, 2010

Groups funded by the diversity fee want to control allocation.

In Print: STRIPES budget up for debate in MSA Senate

By Megan Pearl | March 16, 2010

STRIPES hopes to cut down on wait times with an increase in cars.

In Print: MSA considers reworking student conduct process

By Kaylen Ralph | March 16, 2010

Supreme Court Justice Eric Woods said the Student Court has become 'irrelevant.'

Committee seeks to rename College Avenue residence hall

In Print: Committee seeks to rename College Avenue residence hall

By Melissa Gilstrap | March 12, 2010

The committee wants to name the hall after an MU minority graduate.

MSA votes down Greek Week contribution

In Print: MSA votes down Greek Week contribution

By Kaylen Ralph | March 12, 2010

Supplying $1,000 would have given MSA chance to act as co-programmers.

On Campus: Senate Speaker recognizes senators with awards

Posted to On Campus by Kaylen Ralph on March 10, 2010 at 6:58 p.m.

Amanda Shelton, Senate Speaker of the Missouri Students Association, recognized two senators at Wednesday's meeting for their work in the association this year. Shelton gave two awards; one was reserved for a new senator and one was given to a senator who had been immersed in Senate for a ...

MSA committee works to include BCC on tours

In Print: MSA committee works to include BCC on tours

By Jessi Turnure | March 2, 2010

Including the BCC would show students the facility is for everyone.

Swipes event participates in Black History Month

In Print: Swipes event participates in Black History Month

By Megan Pearl | March 2, 2010

At Emporium, students used meal points to buy food to donate.

Evan Wood elected as MSA Senate Speaker

In Print: Evan Wood elected as MSA Senate Speaker

By Kaylen Ralph | Feb. 26, 2010

Wood won the election by four votes.

Student parents, families seek improved accessibility

In Print: Student parents, families seek improved accessibility

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 26, 2010

Budget concerns cause difficulties for child care to make accommodations.

In Print: Student leaders aim to educate on alcohol polices

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 23, 2010

It has been 10 years since Greek Life changed alcohol policies.

MSA, GPC, GSA work on new TA awards program

In Print: MSA, GPC, GSA work on new TA awards program

By Travis Cornejo | Feb. 23, 2010

Noce plans to use the Chalk Awards as a starting point.

In Print: MSA hopes to implement carpooling service

By Kaylen Ralph | Feb. 19, 2010

Student Affairs will open contracts for rental car companies to bid on.

MSA attempts to reach out to students

In Print: MSA attempts to reach out to students

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 19, 2010

The tables look to increase student involvement in MSA.

MSA works toward on-campus tailgating

In Print: MSA works toward on-campus tailgating

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 16, 2010

MSA has been collaborating to devise a plan for next year's tailgating.

In Print: MSA proposes webcams in dining halls, Rec Center

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 12, 2010

Live feeds would allow students to check crowd levels from home.

In Print: Noce revives monthly SLAC meetings

By Kaylen Ralph | Feb. 12, 2010

Noce led the revival to improve communication.

In Print: MSA proposes parking plan based on seniority

By Kaylen Ralph | Feb. 5, 2010

RHA is planning a proposal to be ready by early next week.

In Print: Students, staff reflect on drinking policy

By Jared Grafman | Feb. 5, 2010

Noce said the bigger issue focuses on MU's alcohol policy.

MSA inaugurates Noce, Bellis

In Print: MSA inaugurates Noce, Bellis

By Kaylen Ralph | Feb. 2, 2010

Noce asked constituents to watch him as he 'does what's right.'

Noce cools off on tiger initiative

In Print: Noce cools off on tiger initiative

By Megan Pearl | Feb. 2, 2010

Noce will discuss co-sponsoring tigers at the St. Louis Zoo.

MSA approves Tiger Watch

In Print: MSA approves Tiger Watch

By Megan Pearl | Jan. 29, 2010

A neighborhood watch and crosswalk were proposed to improve campus safety.

In Print: Noce looks into getting live tiger for MU

By Megan Pearl | Jan. 26, 2010

Noce cites the tigers at LSU and Memphis as precedent for one at MU.

In Print: MSA senators resign amid feeling of irrelevance

By Kaylen Ralph | Jan. 26, 2010

The three resigning senators have different reasons for stepping down.