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Dec. 14, 2019

The movie poster for the 1980 film, “The Fog.” “The Fog” depicts a California town haunted by a mysterious fog that rolls in 100 years after a ship mysteriously sank in the waters near town.

Photos courtesy of Mizzou Athletics and The Associated Press. Graphic by Jake Fein.

Junior guard Amber Smith passes the ball in the second half of the Missouri vs. Alabama women's basketball game on Saturday, March 3 at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Mo. Photo by Adam Cole

Sophomore Javon Pickett talks with coach Cuonzo Martin during Missouri's exhibition game against Central Missouri on Nov. 1. Pickett had 11 points in the win.

Mark Smith reaches for the basket during Friday night's exhibition win over Central Missouri. Smith had 10 points in the game, but struggled in the first half.

Professional artists Chris Carlson (left) and Nate Baranowski pause to inspect their work on the tiger mural at the south entrance to Jesse Hall. The murals were one of several painted around the MU campus as a part of the Artists in Residence Program.

Graphic Courtesy of Facebook via @mizzoutheatre

Students involved with the Multicultural Center The Culture Couture fashion show modeled the various clothing styles while explaining their cultural significance and history. The fashion show took place Oct. 22, 2019 in the Memorial Student Union.

The MU RSVP Center holds classes about rape culture to freshmen for their citizenship requirement. The RSVP Center is an organization dedicated to decreasing the prevalence of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking by creating a campus culture that does not tolerate violence.

The Mizzou Army ROTC Tiger Battalion Ranger Challenge team placed first in the regional Ranger Challenge competition this October for the first time in seven years.

The transition to a new curriculum has created some new problems for journalism students, especially for those who are struggling to meet the old curriculum requirements.

The MU RSVP Center holds classes about rape culture to freshmen for their citizenship requirement. The RSVP Center is an organization dedicated to decreasing the prevalence of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking by creating a campus culture that does not tolerate violence.

Keith Simon, the Co-lead Pastor of The Crossing Church, delivered a controversial sermon on Oct. 18, 2019 discussing gender identity and dysphoria.

Ellis Library plans to revitalize spaces by moving some of its resources to the Center of Missouri Studies as well as integrating more technology and related resources throughout study spaces.

Redshirt junior D-lineman Jordan Elliott hits Southeast Missouri State quarterback Daniel Santacaterina. Elliott has 28 tackles this season.

Empty cups of ice cream pile into an overflowing trash can. The MU Division of Operations estimates that at least 22.5 total truckloads of solid waste and recycling were collected after the homecoming football game and nearly 56 hours of cleanup were needed to dispose of the waste on campus.

Empty cups of ice cream pile into an overflowing trash can. The MU Division of Operations estimates that at least 22.5 total truckloads of solid waste and recycling were collected after the homecoming football game and nearly 56 hours of cleanup were needed to dispose of the waste on campus.

The current logo for Four Directions, the student organization for all Indigenous peoples and allies at the University of Missouri that represents indigenous students’ voice on campus.

Ph.D. student and transgender studies professor Melina Constantine Miseo was awarded the MU Inclusive Excellence and Engagement Individual Award for their activism within minority communities.

Campus Movie Fest advertises their annual 5-minute movie competition to students in the MU Student Center on Oct. 20, 2019.