News

Bars and restaurants hit hard with changing regulations

Columbia's local bars and restaurants are struggling due to changing regulations, and lack of financial aid means having to close for some.


Misinformation and lack of clarity leads to confusion about mail-in voting

Conflicting information on topics such as how the mail-in ballot process works has led students to be more hesitant about it when choosing how to vote.


New campus organization in support of Joe Biden established as 2020 election nears

Mizzou for Joe team leader Dalton Crawford explains the goals of the group and how students can get involved.


ResLife adjusts quarantine procedures after students struggle to quarantine after exposure or positive COVID-19 test

Students struggled to gain access to quarantine housing and food service after being exposed or testing positive for COVID-19


MU promotes #CampusClear app for COVID-19 self-monitoring, but some students are concerned about its effectiveness

MU students are worried that #CampusClear is not helping to prevent the continuation of a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases at MU.


MSA COVID-19 bill passed in special session to address student concerns

Among other demands, the new bill calls for increased transparency and a revamped approach to COVID-19 on campus.


Students encouraged to Get Involved at MU virtual involvement week

MU Involvement Ambassadors hosted a week-long virtual fair which included information on clubs, student organizations, study abroad programs and activities like postcard coloring, movies at Faurot Field and yoga.