Nov. 18, 2019
Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, and Republican opponent Kurt Schaefer confronted higher education issues at a forum last week. Both are in agreement to support the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority, which has faced financial issues since the sale of its assets.
KCOU/88.1 FM leaders began a 'Save KCOU' campaign this week, which includes a Web site and posters critical of the Missouri Students Assocation. KCOU has been a student-run campus radio station since 1963, but will need about $200,000 in funds to cover expenses to continue to broadcast.
The KCOU/88.1 FM radio tower, which has sat atop Hudson residence hall for 30 years, will lose power when the hall closes for renovations in January. Buying either a new tower or installing a power supply to the old tower would cost $30,000 or $36,000, respectively.
Starting next semester, the Sinclair School of Nursing will offer a certification program for child and family mental healthcare. The program is supported by a $370,000 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration.
The Gathering Place, a bed and breakfast, will start taking guests later this month. The MU Hotel and Restaurant Management program will run the house, which is located on College Avenue.
Junior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, junior defensive lineman Jaron Baston and senior defensive lineman Stryker Sulak pummel Nebraska freshman running back Quentin Castille during Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb. MU's defensive front was highly successful against the Huskers' run game, allowing only 79 rushing yards.
Don't worry, guys: There's still a song about drugs.
Rob Crow might not know where he is, but he does know how to keep Pinback, his two-person indie-rock band, going throughout the years. And thank goodness for that.
Freshman midfielder Kendra Collins drives the ball downfield Friday night at Walton Stadium. The Tigers scored two minutes into the game and held on to upset No. 15 Colorado 1-0.
Junior forward Michelle Collins fights for the ball with Colorado senior midfielder Alex Cousins during Friday's win at Walton Stadium. The Tigers also defeated Texas Tech 2-0 on Sunday.
Freshman Jamie Mera prepares for a return as her partner, sophomore Mallory Weber, watches during Saturday's match against Southern Methodist University at the Green Tennis Center. The Tigers had more success in singles matches compared to doubles in the 'Ace for a Cure' tournament over the weekend.
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Celebrities Aisha Tyler, Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs make an appearance Saturday in front of Ellis Library on Lowry Mall. The trio of stars stumped for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama and stressed the importance of voter registration.
A crescent moon rises over the "Sea of Red" at Memorial Stadium before Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb.
Fans pack into Memorial Stadium an hour before kickoff Saturday night in Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska fans in the student section cheer on the Huskers in the first half of Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska cheerleaders celebrate as balloons are released to the sky following Nebraska's first touchdown Saturday night in Lincoln, Neb.
Sophomore wide receiver Jeremy Maclin passes through Tiger fans as he exits Memorial Stadium in Linclon, Neb. on Saturday. The Tigers broke a long losing streak, winning in Lincoln for the first time since 1978.
Nebraska cornerback Anthony West brings down senior tight end Chase Coffman following a reception in the second half of Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb.
Senior safety William Moore breaks-up a touchdown pass intended for Nebraska wide receiver Nate Swift. Moore contributed six tackles for the Tigers.