Dec. 05, 2020
Making its world premiere at True/False, “Dope is Death” follows the dope epidemic in the South Bronx throughout the 70s.
Shorts: Blanc was a collection of 5 short films that combined for just under an hour of screentime.
Crestone was one of 50+ films shown throughout the weekend at the True/False Film Fest. It focused on Soundcloud rappers from Colorado.
Animal eyes filled up Alley-A in Columbia during True/False, complementing the festival’s theme of “foresight.”
Angela Catalano’s art installation at True/False was layered with hidden details that otherwise would be easy to miss.
Libby Cowgill from the Department of Anthropology was featured on the new Netflix documentary "Babies.”
Two films produced by MU seniors Fanxi Sun and Roxanne Wan will be shown at the Cannes film festival.
Mary O’Brien and Jennifer Sutterer pose in front of MU’s columns. The two are wrapping up their terms as MSA vice president and MSA president respectively.
Mizzou infielder Jazmyn Rollin slides into second base against Ole Miss.
Reed Nikko battles against Tide forward Galin Smith during senior night at Mizzou Arena.
Konnor Ash throws a pitch against Western Illinois.
Martin Prodanov is congratulated by his teammates after a race.
“Feels Good Man” marks the directorial debut of Arthur Jones who follows Matt Furie, the creator of famed meme “Pepe the Frog,” as he attempts to reclaim the symbol from hate groups.
Set in Chile, “The Mole Agent” follows the story of a private investigator who hires an old man to spy on the caretakers at a retirement home.
“Dick Johnson Is Dead” explores filmmaker Kirsten Johnson’s journey with coping with the pending death of her dad.
“The Metamorphosis of Birds” is a Portuguese film by director Catarina Vasconcelos.
Outstanding undergraduate seniors and graduate/professional students were recognized on Feb. 3 at the 1839 reveal, put on by AASB.
The 3D Printing Club most recently designed a three-dimensional map of the northwest section of MU campus to help visually impaired students as part of an initiative it calls Make Mizzou.
Mark Hinjosa passed away on Feb. 21 at age 63.
Anthony Tretter answers a question during an MSA Debate hosted by the Maneater.