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Jul. 10, 2018

Missouri Students Association plans to create council tailored for incoming freshmen

The council will serve as a way for freshmen to get leadership experience prior to entering MSA

Jul. 10, 2018

Board of Curators to appeal ruling in graduate worker case

The appeal extends a three year long dispute over MU graduate workers’ right to collectively bargain with the university, which both the Coalition of Graduate Workers and the Professional Graduate Council have vouched for.

Jun. 07, 2018

Upcoming fiscal year to handle $49 million gap in budget

In an attempt to increase enrollment, MU’s administrative team focused on direct impact on students when deciding which programs to cut and which to invest in.

Jun. 07, 2018

Enrollment expected to increase by more than 14 percent

So far, 4,547 students have paid their enrollment deposit for the fall 2018 semester

May. 26, 2018

CRAT training walks students, staff, faculty through how to address active threats on campus

MUPD officers explained their modified “Run, Hide, Fight” technique, as well as the differences in active threats and other crimes.

May. 11, 2018

Higher education budget measure passes both Missouri chambers

The measure restores the $68.1 million previously cut from higher education.

May. 06, 2018

Wopata, McAteer and Addington inaugurated as MSA president, vice president and speaker

The More to Roar slate was officially sworn into office during a small ceremony in the Student Center.

May. 04, 2018

MU’s Engineers Without Borders provides reliable water for town in Panama

The MU chapter of Engineers Without Borders is approaching the end of its project for clean water in Majé de Chimán, Panama. They have designed and began to implement water filtration, distribution and storage systems.

May. 02, 2018

Greek life restrictions, new leadership, budget cutbacks affect campus this year

Greek life restrictions, new leadership, budget cutbacks affect campus this year

May. 01, 2018

MSA president-elect hopes to connect with as many students as possible

Julia Wopata plans on using her love for people to govern as student body president

Apr. 29, 2018

Annual event “Take Back the Night” aims at ending sexual violence on campus

The event includes a march across campus and time for victims of sexual violence to share their stories

Apr. 25, 2018

Senior art exhibit displays students’ final artwork before graduation

The gallery’s name, “Bold and Brash,” references a _SpongeBob_ episode and is linked to the senior seminar capstone course for art majors.

Apr. 24, 2018

The Briefing: Wopata and McAteer voted MSA president and VP

Julia Wopata and Connor McAteer won with a vote of 1,333 to 170.

Apr. 24, 2018

MSA voter turnout significantly lower compared to previous years

7,045 fewer people voted this year compared to last year.

Apr. 22, 2018

MSA budget passes in full senate

The 2019 budget totaled $1,123,190, $347,670 less than the 2018 budget.

Apr. 19, 2018

Kathleen Unrath receives governor’s teaching award after 20 years at College of Education

“The award is significant to me because my faculty nominated me, the Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum,” Unrath, an associate professor of art education at the College of Education, said.

Apr. 17, 2018

New School of Music building will provide 21st century technology

Music students will have accommodations that make learning easier.

Apr. 17, 2018

RSVP Center hosts four panelists to speak on legalities of sexual violence cases

Panelists discussed barriers to reporting and how people can prevent sexual violence.

Apr. 17, 2018

MSA senate bill passes to remove five auxiliaries from MSA control

The five auxiliaries no longer under MSA are KCOU, MUTV, MSA/GPC Box Office, MSA/GPC Tech and Student Legal Services.

Apr. 16, 2018

Greek community looks to move past three fraternity closings in fall

The IFC and university administration emphasize student safety as a top priority.

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