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Feb. 19, 2020

International Humans of Mizzou Vol. 2: Domestic, international students share their study abroad experiences

Senior Anthony Lupo and junior Abuzar Bhatty share their stories about studying in different countries.

Feb. 18, 2020

New School of Medicine study links levels of serotonin to dysphagia in mice could open door to new ALS, Parkinson’s treatment

A new study opens the door for ALS and Parkinson’s research but is just a drop in the bucket for this researcher and her team.

Feb. 18, 2020

Mizzou College Republicans work to support President Trump in 2020 election

Although the Mizzou College Republicans don’t officially endorse candidates, chapter president Anthony Garcia said the consensus among members is to support Trump.

Feb. 18, 2020

What makes our elections democratic: MU expert explains

Interim Vice Provost Mary Stegmaier weighs in on election observation.

Feb. 17, 2020

Our Revolution Mid-Missouri focuses on voter registration for Sanders’ campaign ahead of Missouri primary

The last of campus groups organizing for 2020 Democratic candidates is Our Revolution Mid-Missouri, which supports Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Feb. 16, 2020

MU assistant professor of psychological sciences recognized in list of 100 most inspiring Black scientists in America

Booker joins Black scientists from all over the country in CrossTalk’s list to spread work and talent of minorities in science.

Feb. 11, 2020

International Humans of Mizzou: Domestic, international students share their study abroad experiences

Students explain the differences between college in their respective countries and where they went to study.

Feb. 11, 2020

MU campus brand representative program stretches deeper than promotion for members

Women empowerment and a unified student body define what it means to be a brand ambassador on campus for these two students.

Feb. 11, 2020

Politics of sororities questioned amid former member’s viral Twitter thread

A former Phi Mu member went from a sister to an outcast. Here is her story.

Feb. 10, 2020

Prime Minister of Jamaica visits MU, speaks on climate change in Caribbean

The future of Jamaica rests in the hands of eco-activists.

Feb. 10, 2020

Mizzou for Pete works to appeal to Democrat, Republican voters

After a strong performance from Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the Iowa caucus, Mizzou for Pete looks to build off momentum in later primaries

Feb. 09, 2020

Rise in vaping leads to calls for increased regulations

Analysts have linked the decrease in cigarette use to a shift towards vape products rather than a decrease in nicotine consumption.

Feb. 06, 2020

MU College of Veterinary Medicine research determines genetic mutations cause rare genetic disorder

MU College of Veterinary Medicine finds a gene mutation responsible for causing Chédiak-Higashi syndrome.

Feb. 06, 2020

MU calls first weather cancellation day as students return from winter break on Jan. 24

Boone County Join Communication asked drivers to stay off roads because of difficult snow preventing crews from clearing snow during the storm on Jan. 24.

Feb. 06, 2020

Three mobile billboards inside Columbia, Missouri: medical group protests MU’s animal use in medicine

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine organized the event, calling for MU to use only simulators instead of live animals.

Feb. 05, 2020

Missouri well below national average for state funding of higher education per capita, per student

Missouri pays $165 per capita for higher education, nearly $120 below the national average.

Feb. 04, 2020

MU Organization Resource Group enters third recognition period

Students interested in forming a new organization on campus must attend the information session on Feb. 4 hosted by the Organization Resource Group.

Feb. 04, 2020

New research conducted by MU Engineering could lead to water being harvested in space

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering created a team to conduct an experiment in a zero-gravity environment.

Feb. 04, 2020

Journalist Jim Lehrer’s passing marked by long-standing legacy

After a 36-year career in broadcast journalism and many years of work at MU, PBS NewsHour anchor Jim Lehrer died in his home on Jan. 23.

Feb. 04, 2020

CAFNR study shows benefits in school gardening programs

Students in the rural Midwest were “reskilled” and reconnected to their food through their school garden.

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