IFC pauses all new member activities following hazing allegations

At least nine fraternities have been accused of participating in hazing activities.

Future of higher education wavers amidst student concerns, new budget plan

The Missouri House finalized a budget for fiscal year 2019 after weeks of negotiations and debate.

MU study finds social media use does not decrease face-to-face social interactions

An individual’s social life depends less on whether they choose to use social media and more on how well they maintain friendships outside of it.

Dozens rally outside Gov. Greitens’ mansion to call for higher education funding

MU students, high school students and adults marched from the capitol to the governor’s mansion, where they rallied and gave testimonies against proposed higher education budget cuts.

MU freshman nursing student researches lymphedema

As the Sinclair School of Nursing’s first Discovery Fellow, Rachael Hillyer was awarded $2,000 and the opportunity to conduct research with an MU professor.