Campus Archives
Feb. 25, 2018

Missouri legislators to hear bill that would allow concealed carry on public college campuses

Rep. Jered Taylor’s bill aims to reduce the number of gun-free zones in the state, eliminating college campuses, businesses, churches and the state Capitol from the list of banned places.

Feb. 20, 2018

MSA changes filing date for presidential election

The change comes following an insufficient number of student signatures from potential candidates.

Feb. 14, 2018

MU Socialists holds meeting to organize against Gov. Greitens’ proposed cuts to higher education funding

In response to Greitens’ recent budget proposal, members are planning to hold various public demonstrations.

Feb. 13, 2018

MU’s Relief for Africa chapter to provide latrines and education to communities in Ethiopia this summer

Nisha Patel, MU Relief for Africa president: “We want to go into a particular community in Ethiopia, and we want to build these latrines because Ethiopia faces open defecation as one of its major concerns.”

Feb. 13, 2018

Increase in applications could lead to higher enrollment

MU’s increase in applications this year has led to a better outlook for the university.

Feb. 13, 2018

Environmental Leadership Office merges under MU’s Sustainability Office

Communications Manager Karlan Seville of MU Operations: “[The merge] just clearly defines the Sustainability Office’s role. I think overall, it just points everybody in the right direction.”

Feb. 11, 2018

General assemblies of GSA and GPC vote on resolutions to modify merger proposal

Members of both organizations are now revising specific resolutions in preparation for the proposal’s implementation.

Feb. 10, 2018

Representatives hold legislative forum, address higher education funding

Attendees discussed minimum wage, social media, tax plans and higher education funding.

Feb. 10, 2018

Joseph Sell named new BEC chair

The confirmation came following the resignation of former chair Jessica Dennis over winter break.

Feb. 06, 2018

MU doctoral student becomes second Democrat to run for Rep. Vicky Hartzler’s seat

At 28 years old, Hallie Thompson is the youngest candidate looking to be a voice for Missourians in D.C.

Feb. 06, 2018

In wake of increasing enrollment, six residence halls to reopen for fall 2018

A 16.8 percent increase in applications will likely bring in a larger freshman class.

Feb. 06, 2018

MU professor first woman to receive James B. Eads award

Elizabeth Bryda’s research has centered on the use of animals to better understand human disease.

Feb. 05, 2018

MU Libraries brings back Research Smarter, Not Harder workshop series for spring semester

These workshops aim to help students and faculty familiarize themselves with various databases and provide basic tutorials regarding research.

Feb. 02, 2018

Student leaders publish letter to express displeasure with 2019 budget cuts

The letter includes signatures from leaders of all of Missouri’s public universities.

Jan. 30, 2018

Claire McCaskill speaks about college affordability, DACA, other issues at student forum

About 200 students attended the forum, which took place Friday afternoon in Jesse Wrench Auditorium.

Jan. 30, 2018

Public panel held to discuss protections of civil liberties in Missouri

Panelists addressed community members’ questions and discussed legislation to be changed, voted against or initiated in order to protect civil liberties regarding reproductive rights, discrimination and other issues.

Jan. 30, 2018

MSA outlines goals for new semester

“I’m less worried about projects with this committee and more worried about taking student issues to the people that can help us solve them,” MSA senator Tim Davis said.

Jan. 30, 2018

New MSA senate speaker Taylor Tutin talks on how MSA transformed her into who she is today

Senior Tutin places value in forming close relationships and advocating for worthy causes.

Jan. 30, 2018

College students are successful in making goals for the spring semester

College students are successful in making goals for the spring semester

Jan. 24, 2018

Solidarity march and rally held in Columbia on anniversary of first women’s march

The march and rally featured six speakers and two musical performances.

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