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Mar. 21, 2019

MU Women’s Center 23rd annual Women’s Poetry Night creates space for openness, vulnerability

MU Women’s Center 23rd annual Poetry Night offered a safe space for poets of all skill level.

Mar. 21, 2019

Senate speaker Jacob Addington re-elected for a second term

Following an unopposed run in the MSA senate, Jacob Addington will be serving a second term as MSA senate speaker

Mar. 20, 2019

MUPD officer terminated after blackface photo discovered

The photo was taken prior to his employment with MUPD.

Mar. 19, 2019

The Birds are back in town: electric scooters return to Columbia

The scooters are a controversial mode of transportation for many students and members of the Columbia community.

Mar. 19, 2019

Marching Mizzou to travel abroad for parade and competition

The band participated in similar trips in 2012 and 2016, where they played at the Dublin St. Patrick’s Festival Parade and the Limerick International Band Championship.

Mar. 18, 2019

MU alumnus John Haskins shares journalism career advice, experience with students

He has been working at the New York Times for 29 years.

Mar. 16, 2019

MU students, community members gather to participate in Youth Climate Strike

A member of Mizzou College Republicans arrived at the event to voice concerns after being excluded from the planning process.

Mar. 15, 2019

Alexia Donovan, Cory Johnson share goals for RHA presidential term

Donovan and Johnson’s RHA presidential campaign strives to create community through collaboration, approachability and sustainability.

Mar. 15, 2019

Dean of the MU School of Medicine to resign at end of month

Dr. Steven Zweig will serve as interim dean.

Mar. 14, 2019

Kip Kendrick hosts first town hall of legislative session

Representative Kip Kendrick held a town hall this Thursday, touching on a variety of issues including the revenue shortfall, bridges and road repair, and Title IX.

Mar. 14, 2019

MU receives $10 million grant to fund center for rural school mental health

The center is a step toward Chancellor Alexander Cartwright’s goal of making MU a top research university.

Mar. 14, 2019

Nobel Laureate George P. Smith donates prize money to establish scholarship fund

The scholarship fund will be a part of the College of Arts and Science.

Mar. 12, 2019

New MU center hopes to push for criminal justice research and reform

The MU School of Social Work is trying to address issues of criminal justice reform with a new center. They have launched a minor to go along with it.

Mar. 12, 2019

RED process optimizes discharge process in nursing homes, MU researchers find

“Being confronted with those challenges helped the facilities come up with innovative solutions and gave them a better idea of how to meet their obligations to their patients for a safe and effective discharge,” Lori Popejoy, associate professor at Sinclair School of Nursing, said.

Mar. 12, 2019
Mar. 12, 2019

Cyclists speak out against UM land sale

The land at stake is in St. Charles County and is next to the Katy Trail, the Weldon Spring Conservation Area and Busch Greenway.

Mar. 08, 2019

The Briefing: ‘Show Your Stripes’ wins thin-margined MSA presidential election

The ‘Show Your Stripes’ slate received 120 more votes than ‘All In Mizzou’ in an election that was one day longer than usual.

Mar. 07, 2019

College of Engineering analysis says more space needed, but library closing is rumor

College of Engineering Dean Elizabeth Loboa said that there is no definitive answer to the library’s state, but the school never announced its closing.

Mar. 06, 2019

The University Concert Series acquires MU Student Center Ticket Office

The office no longer accepts student charge as payment.

Mar. 06, 2019

Sinquefield Charitable Foundation gifts $2.5 million to Mizzou New Music Initiative

This gift will help fund the New Music Initiative for a three-year cycle.

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