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Mar. 20, 2020

UPDATED: Chancellor Alexander Cartwright to leave MU, UM System President Mun Choi to take over

Published by Alex Fulton

University of Central Florida Board of Trustees selected Cartwright to serve as their new president-elect.

Mar. 12, 2020

Carrie Elliott’s ‘Animal Vision’ debuts at True/False Film Fest

Published by Emma Boyle

Elliott created a display of animal eyes located in Alley A last weekend for True/False.

Mar. 12, 2020

'Shorts: Blanc' at True/False exposes viewers to new cultural traditions

Published by Halle Jackson

The five shorts offered perspective on cultural traditions, religion and daily life of unheard communities in the international dialogue.

Mar. 12, 2020

‘Dope is Death’ frames acupuncture as a tool in the fight for social justice

Published by Maddie Schuck

Mia Donovan’s film ‘Dope is Death' traces the connection between the emergence of acupuncture and the social issues plaguing minorities, focusing on New York City in the 1970s.

Mar. 12, 2020

Angela Catalano’s art installation ‘A System of Hiding Things’ debuts at True/False Film Fest

Published by Angelina Edwards

Catalano’s installation allows for active viewer participation and many unique interpretations.

Mar. 12, 2020

Tonina brings enticing indie R&B stylings to True/False Film Fest’s Saturday night lineup

Published by Halle Jackson

The St. Louis-based artist performed Saturday night at Eastside Tavern.

Mar. 12, 2020

SEC cancels basketball tournament, suspends regular season play

Published by Eli Hoff

The remainder of the SEC basketball tournament will not be played and conference sporting events are suspended through March 30.

Mar. 11, 2020

‘More For Mizzou’ slate wins MSA presidential election

Published by Ben Scott

“More for Mizzou” received 1915 votes and “Tradition for Tomorrow” received 1017 votes.

Mar. 11, 2020

BREAKING: MU moves classes online amid COVID-19 fears

Published by Ben Scott

MU made the decision to move classes online for the remainder of time leading up to spring break, which begins March 21.

Mar. 11, 2020

Wilhelm, Joven put up goose eggs after the first as Missouri wins sixth straight

Published by Jack Soble

Peter Zimmermann notched his seventh long ball to tie the game early.

Mar. 11, 2020

COVID-19 outbreak forces study abroad students home

Published by Alex Espinda

Over two dozen students may be returning to MU after travel warning from CDC.

Mar. 10, 2020

Two MU students to screen their films at Cannes Film Festival in May

Published by Jessica Fitzgerald

Two films entitled “Moments” and “Her Diary” produced by MU seniors to be shown at film festival.

Mar. 10, 2020
Mar. 10, 2020

COLUMN: Self-care Sunday sets intentions for the week

Published by Cela Migan

Making the small effort to do something that makes you happy every week can benefit your mental and physical health. Take some time for you to check in with yourself.

Mar. 10, 2020

COLUMN: Creativity, innovation and inclusion in college starts with public school teachers

Published by Abigail Ruhman

Post-secondary educational institutions have an obligation to be active supporters of public school educators.

Mar. 09, 2020

Notebook: Spring practice begins to start Drinkwitz’ tenure

Published by Wilson Moore

The Tigers began their march toward the first game against Central Arkansas on Sept. 5.

Mar. 09, 2020

Defense leads to offense in Missouri win over Alabama

Published by Wilson Moore

The Tigers held Alabama to a season-low 50 points.

Mar. 08, 2020

Documentary ‘Crestone’ explores the nuances of a handful of Colorado Soundcloud artists

Published by Billie Huang

Documentary ‘Crestone’ offers True/False patrons a look into the life of a Colorado SoundCloud artist and others from an unconventional point-of-view.

Mar. 08, 2020

Pepe the Frog is finally saved by ‘Feels Good Man’

Published by Chloe Konrad

Arthur Jones makes his directorial debut with a funny, sad and incredibly informational film about a meme gone rogue.

Mar. 08, 2020

Tigers notch first series win against Ole Miss

Published by Ben Pfeifer

Kimberly Wert recorded two RBIs in the Tigers’ win over Ole Miss.