Proposition B doesn’t supply a true living wage, but it’s the best option Missouri has.
Students who are low income or children of immigrants tend to lose out when it comes to FAFSA.
Male tennis players have been given a pass by umpires and it is time to hold them accountable.
Technology combined with a culture of violence puts college students in an increasingly risky situation.
Column: Burning shoes to #BoycottNike won’t change that fact that Kaepernick and his kneeling aren’t going anywhere
While Colin Kaepernick’s inclusion in Nike’s newest campaign has ignited (literal) fires, supporters know that this move further adds credibility and validity to this powerful movement.
Streaming games isn’t all fun and games: an argument for esports’ legitimacy.
Column: New law allows certain sex offenders the opportunity to petition to be removed from the list
Sex offenders should not all be treated the same, some actually learn from their mistakes.
With MU’s new tobacco policy in place, many have their doubts that it will curb vaping on campus.
Senate Bill 655 just raised Missouri’s minimum age to be married from 15 to 16, but this age raise still isn’t high enough.