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Sep. 20, 2018

MU Extension receives $1.1 million grant to help businesses get back on their feet

The work of MU Extension could help many businesses and companies searching for answers to their problems.

Sep. 18, 2018

Picnic raises student awareness of Sustainability Office

Students played games, received promotional items and made smoothies by cycling among other activities.

Sep. 18, 2018

New app paid for by MUPD to make it safer for students walking alone

Rave Guardian is designed to give students a virtual “guardian” to walk with them.

Sep. 18, 2018

MUPD nightly routine illuminated through student ride along

Stolen vehicles, machetes and french horns are all in a night’s work for these officers.

Sep. 18, 2018

UM System president announces $260 million in investments

The campuses still face a $80 million shortfall in the coming years.

Sep. 13, 2018

Senior’s MU career rooted in research

Skyler Kramer has worked in a different lab every year of college, exploring all manner of subjects.

Sep. 11, 2018

Wreath-laying ceremony honors Sept. 11, 2001 victims

MU Chancellor Alexander Cartwright led a ceremony in memory of those who died in the New York attack.

Sep. 11, 2018

Director of undergraduate studies for IT writes and produces award winning film

After going through a total of six years of table reads and revisions, the small 700 word article for a flash fiction magazine has evolved into a complete work.

Sep. 11, 2018

Discussion of Missouri Hyperloop comes to campus

Students pitched their ideas regarding a new fast-paced mode of transportation to Virgin Hyperloop One, the Missouri Innovation Center, Black & Veatch and Olsson Associates.

Sep. 11, 2018

Merger combines bioengineering, chemical engineering departments

New research opportunities will be available for graduate students.

Sep. 06, 2018

MSA mock senate session emphasizes procedural education

The session, which was the first of its kind for the MSA Senate, aimed to teach senate rules to prospective senators before they join the legislature.

Sep. 04, 2018

MU assistant professor reveals research on the mental health effects of breaking up and getting back together

Kale Monk’s study shows evidence that anxiety and depression can be a result of on-again, off-again relationships.

Sep. 04, 2018

MU admin expresses concern over motorized Bird scooters

University officials wait for questions to be addressed by rental scooter company.

Sep. 04, 2018

The Briefing: Betsy DeVos’ proposed changes to Title IX won’t change anything just yet, according to Title IX Office

Betsy DeVos’ proposed changes include strengthening the rights of those accused of sexual assault and harassment.

Sep. 04, 2018

Donations for Citations program offers students alternative for parking citations

The program will allow students who receive parking citations to donate 10 full-size non-perishable items in lieu of paying the dollar amount.

Sep. 04, 2018

Ayllon aims to expand study abroad at MU during his time as director

Dr. Miguel Ayllon aims to help customize students’ study abroad experiences while boosting participation at MU.

Sep. 04, 2018

Lost in the Sauce and Sweet Tea Cosmetics to launch in Student Center next week

Sauce retail and color cosmetics store to open for business under the Missouri Student Unions Entrepreneurial Program.

Aug. 30, 2018

Queer Fall Fling welcomes LGBTQ students and allies

The organizations that make up the LGBTQ Resource Center came together to put on an evening of games, crafts and acceptance.

Aug. 30, 2018

New provost welcomed with message of engagement, advancement during reception event

Latha Ramchand was formerly the dean of the C.T. Bauer School of Business at University of Houston.

Aug. 30, 2018

New policy clears the air by banning all tobacco product use on campus

The university has been smoke-free since 2013, but the new policy will also include all tobacco product, like chewing tobacco.

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