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Apr. 10, 2019

Julia Wopata reflects on her year as MSA president

As her term comes to an end, Wopata reflected on things her administration accomplished, including holding officials accountable about mental health and becoming more transparent to the student body.

Apr. 10, 2019

MU Pride Month to feature events from ‘Queer Eye’ star, on-campus groups

Despite this year’s Pride Month having fewer events than previous years, LGBTQ Resource Center coordinator Sean Olmstead said event’s effects will still be impactful.

Apr. 10, 2019

New Greek life policies will require GPA baseline for new housing guidelines

The Fraternity & Sorority Advisory Board released a report April 1 outlining improvements to the Greek system.

Apr. 09, 2019

Preview: Show Me Mizzou Day

The annual event offers opportunities to attend MU sporting events, participate in various activities, and attend open houses.

Apr. 09, 2019

MU receives recognition for support of student veterans

MU has had a 180-year history with the U.S. military.

Apr. 09, 2019

University holds MU Remembers event to honor the deaths of MU personnel from this year

The university lowered flags, dimmed lights and dedicated library books to the 18 MU community members who died this year.

Apr. 08, 2019

MU Finance Committee approves new housing rates, Sinclair School of Nursing building budget

The committee is collaborating with financial consultant company Kaufman Hall to reach their financial performance goals.

Apr. 07, 2019

External Affairs, Marketing and Advancement Committee holds public meeting

The committee discussed changes to the TPMC project, endowment and UM System annual giving increases.

Apr. 03, 2019

Solomon Davis reacts to MSA presidential election results

Davis saw fault with the election process, but he plans to implement his platform as chair of the external affairs committee.

Apr. 03, 2019

Sutterer and O’Brien’s first initiative will be getting NARCAN on campus

Newly elected MSA president and vice president are tackling getting NARCAN on campus as their first initiative and have plans to start on income sharing agreements and putting the counseling center online by the summer.

Apr. 03, 2019

Worley Street Roundtable dedicated to supporting students harmed by biases in Columbia Public Schools

The group, formed after a local teacher’s concerns about how her son was treated in elementary school, has worked with MU and Columbia Public Schools through community events and lectures.

Apr. 03, 2019

UM System Board of Curators host public meeting with Health Affairs Committee

There were a few updates from the committee, including the introduction of MU School of Medicine interim dean.

Apr. 03, 2019

The Briefing: 2019 MU Pride Month kicks off

There are a total of 19 events throughout the month.

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.

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