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Mar. 14, 2018

MSA presidential election timeline: three days to disqualification

During the short start to the 2018 MSA presidential election, tweet controversies, dropouts and senate resolutions led to the disqualification of all candidates and the postponement of the election.

Mar. 13, 2018

IFC pauses all new member activities following hazing allegations

At least nine fraternities have been accused of participating in hazing activities.

Mar. 12, 2018

Dozens rally outside Gov. Greitens’ mansion to call for higher education funding

MU students, high school students and adults marched from the capitol to the governor’s mansion, where they rallied and gave testimonies against proposed higher education budget cuts.

Mar. 12, 2018

Columbia establishes task force on climate action and adaptation

The task force was formed in response to the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.

Mar. 12, 2018

Former civil rights attorney Jim Turner visits campus to recount civil rights involvement

The MU graduate’s new book, “Selma and the Liuzzo Murder Trials: The First Modern Civil Rights Convictions,” focuses on the convictions of former Ku Klux Klan members.

Mar. 12, 2018

Tunnel of Oppression highlights power, privilege experiences

The event used interactive skits and discussion groups for students to reflect on what they know and learned.

Mar. 11, 2018

MU study finds more gender-equal countries have fewer women in STEM education

The gender gap is more visible in sciences like physics, computer science, engineering and mathematics.

Mar. 08, 2018

MSA Student Court rules to suspend current election

The ruling comes following the passage of Resolution 57-45, which recommends the expulsion of the current election and slates.

Mar. 07, 2018

The Briefing: Three candidates have dropped from MSA race

Each slate can still run for the presidency as a single ticket.

Mar. 06, 2018

BEC suspends MSA campaigning due to controversial tweets

Candidates Caius Gillen, Claire Jacobs and Blaine Thomas have tweeted racist, sexist and homophobic terms in the past.

Mar. 05, 2018

City Council approves next step for community-oriented policing strategy

The resolution establishes the framework for the full implementation of the community policing program.

Mar. 04, 2018

Graduate Professional Council gives students opportunity to share student loan stories with Missouri senators

By having students share their stories, GPC hopes to spread awareness about student loans.

Mar. 02, 2018

Carolyn Henry appointed dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine

Henry is the first female dean in the MU veterinary school’s history.

Mar. 01, 2018

MU offers training, protocol for active shooter situation

The university provides two options for Citizens' Response to Active Threats training, one of which is up to two hours and the other up to four.

Mar. 01, 2018

Columbia resident organizes rally in support of DACA recipients

Columbia resident organizes rally in support of DACA recipients

Mar. 01, 2018

One in 30,000: The woman who listens to the toughest stories for a living

RSVP Center Advocacy Coordinator Taylor Yeagle: “We should be able to walk throughout our lives without fear of violence just by virtue of existing. So it’s hard hearing these stories of other humans who’ve experienced the worst aspects of humanity.”

Mar. 01, 2018

True/False merch is wearable art we have been waiting for

With the documentaries taking center stage, take a short look at another type of art True/False offers: the merchandise.

Feb. 27, 2018

MSA votes unanimously to remove large portion of Department of Student Activities from next year’s budget

DSA is the largest department within MSA and received $424,341 of MSA’s approximate budget of $1.4 million during the 2015-16 school year.

Feb. 25, 2018

Students attend annual Social Justice Symposium to learn more about different facets of MU community

Students learned about issues such as sexuality, women’s rights, inclusion and diversity through workshops and a keynote speaker.

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.

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