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Student Politics

Transgender Empowerment and Awareness Week highlights the importance of transgender visibility and acceptance

The second week of November marked the beginning of Transgender Empowerment and Awareness Week, a series of events hosted to promote the visibility of transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming people.

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Mizzou works to make contraceptives available, improve sex ed

The newly formed organization has been collecting signatures since September for its Plan B petition, which focuses on the emergency contraceptives effort.

The Briefing: The winning candidates and pieces of legislation from Tuesday’s midterms

Medical marijuana, an increasingly higher minimum wage and Josh Hawley’s Senate win are some of the results from the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

Trump is heading to Columbia for midterm rally

Trump is holding a rally in the historically liberal-leaning Missouri town. With the midterms approaching, his visit isn’t as surprising as many think.

The Briefing: Midterm election proposals include medical marijuana, Clean Missouri Initiative and raising minimum wage

Missouri citizens will have the opportunity to vote on several propositions and amendments in the midterm elections Nov. 6.

How to order an absentee ballot for the midterm elections

The process isn’t too confusing when given the right resources.

The Briefing: Recent study finds higher voting likelihood for students who watched debate

The study, conducted by an MU political organization, found that students who watched the latest U.S. Senate debate in Missouri are more likely to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

MU dedicates buildings to three African-American pioneers of acceptance on campus.

As a part of Homecoming celebrations, MU recognizes the legacy of the historically marginalized African-American community on campus.

The Legion of Black Collegians celebrates 50 years through Homecoming Week

LBC’s Homecoming Week, which was Oct. 14 through Oct. 20, showed LBC’s main goals of educating to create positive change and giving African-American students a way for their voices to be heard.

Walk the Walk immerses students into the harsh reality of dealing with sexual violence

Attendees were immersed into the stories of fictional sexual assault victims at the RSVP Center’s event.