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Nov. 11, 2019

MU researchers continue to retrain immune system to fight cancer after receiving a $3.7 million grant

The study is developing a compound called “fab fragment” that will increase the sensitivity of T cells to cancer cells.

Nov. 11, 2019

MU Residential Life moves off campus to apartments

ResLife has apartments at the Rise, U Centre on Turner and Campus Lodge.

Nov. 11, 2019

RJI, MU Libraries strive to save Columbia history at KOMU, Missourian with help of grant

A team from the Journalism Digital News Archive is looking for solutions to properly preserve digital content as technology evolves.

Nov. 11, 2019

MU signs transfer agreement with 12 Missouri community colleges

The agreement is meant to increase opportunities for transfer students in terms of student success and resources.

Nov. 07, 2019

Sigma Chi administration closes MU chapter

Despite being closed down, the fraternity plans to return to the MU campus.

Nov. 06, 2019

India Nite showcases India’s diverse cultural community through various musical performances

Performances included Bollywood dances and music from local musicians.

Nov. 05, 2019

Psychology professor, students provide comprehensive research on arrogance

MU professor Nelson Cowan organized a team of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to provide one of the first comprehensive literature reviews on arrogance.

Nov. 05, 2019

Students take more caution on campus in wake of recent sexual violence

Despite preventive measures put in place to avoid sexual violence, students still feel hyper-aware when walking around certain areas.

Nov. 05, 2019

Students consider advantages and disadvantages of living near campus over farther away

Housing closer to campus means easier walks to class, but housing farther away brings cheaper prices.

Nov. 05, 2019

Queer Liberation Front welcomes variety acts in its annual drag show

The scarcity of drag performers leaves the Queer Liberation Front to expand its popular drag show event.

Nov. 05, 2019

Study by MU professor shows racism in skin tones, not just skin colors

A study conducted by an MU professor explains how racial trauma among African Americans differs depending on their skin-tone.

Nov. 05, 2019

Science journalist Miles O’Brien speaks about science journalism and its role in covering climate change

As research over the past few decades has shown, climate change is a real and prevalent danger. But, the way it's covered by journalists needs to change.

Nov. 05, 2019

Former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue visits MU to give a lecture

Welteroth talked about her time in both black and mainstream media.

Nov. 05, 2019

City reveals plan to fight rising housing costs

The 2020-24 consolidated plan will be implemented over the next five years to combat the trend.

Nov. 04, 2019

Shamrock refurbishment project repairs long standing home of MU tradition

The work on the Engineering Shamrock Plaza looks to repair the concrete around the shamrock and add two new benches.

Nov. 03, 2019

LGBTQ history event showcases LGBTQ history at MU

MU’s LGBTQ Resource Center displayed events throughout LGBTQ history at the university

Nov. 03, 2019

Former CIA agent convicted under Espionage Act visits MU

Jeffrey Sterling spoke at Reynolds Journalism Institute Tuesday, where he talked about being convicted under the Espionage Act.

Nov. 03, 2019

Novak Leadership Speaker Series highlights Engagement Week

Stephen M. R. Covey is a world renowned leadership speaker. At the invitation of the Novak Leadership Institute, he spoke at Jesse Auditorium on Oct. 23.

Nov. 03, 2019

Social justice committee of MSA advocates minority student interests at MU

The social justice committee of MSA proposes and passes legislation focused on improving the experience of minority students at MU.

Nov. 03, 2019

The Cambio Center hosts forum on Hispanic and Latinx identity

The Cambio Center hosted student and faculty speakers for a forum discussion on Latinx identity, research and experiences.

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