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EDITORIAL: MU’s attendance policies are invading student privacy rights

MU’s use of a new location tracking app is bad for student privacy rights and calls into question the validity of mandatory attendance altogether.


MU Counseling Center policy is dangerous, misguided

July 2019 saw a merger between the Student Health Counseling Center and the MU Counseling Center. The mission of a “Short Term Therapy Model” -- in which therapy is limited to twelve or less sessions-- has been misappropriated by the MU Counseling Center to deny MU students who have previously secured therapy through the Student Health Counseling Center the right to access to further individualized therapy on campus. While students continue to pay student fees that funds services they no longer have access to, they are increasingly directed away from campus and to community therapists, which are often books three to six months out and may offer inappropriate therapy models. Is this policy dangerous? Yes, it is.


Maneater alumni testimonials Vol. 1: The impact of student newsrooms on future career success

In their own words, Maneaters from across the generations share the wisdom they gained during their days in Mizzou’s independent student newsroom.


EDITORIAL: MU’s response to The Crossing controversy shows it doesn’t value diversity as much as it leads on

After a transphobic sermon at a local church, MU defended hate speech and left its trans students behind.


What I learned during a fellowship about fake news and disinformation

A letter from MU student Jacob Cavaiani.


EDITORIAL: Missouri should follow Columbia’s example and ban conversion therapy

Columbia’s City Council voted to ban conversion therapy for minors to protect LGBTQ youth. Still, the state legislature leaves them vulnerable to abuse and discrimination.


John Quiñones speaks on career, upbringing for Delta Gamma Lectureship series

Quiñones spoke on hardships he overcame on his path to success.