Columbia resident Daniel Northington Hughes, 28, was arrested on Sunday, Sept. 16 and will go to court Oct. 3 at 1:30 p.m.
MUPD officers explained their modified “Run, Hide, Fight” technique, as well as the differences in active threats and other crimes.
The female subject was officially taken into police custody after a campus-wide search this afternoon.
A report outlining specific areas will be sent to various MU offices that would be in charge of addressing hazards.
Senator Chris Vas: “More guns, more violence, and I agree with that, however I reject the idea that students are not mature enough to carry firearms.”
MU Police are still searching for the car and driver involved in the crash.
The 22-year-old man was apprehended Thursday afternoon.
A communications operator and an alert supervisor are at the MUPD office 24/7 to take in, evaluate and respond to threats when necessary.
Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley: “In hookup culture, with a lack of sex education (and) with a lot of alcohol, you may make a really big mistake.”
MUPD arrested the student on suspicion of selling drugs in Hatch Residence Hall.
Senate Bill 731 would allow institutions to ban concealed carry, provided they have they have guards and “electronic weapons screening devices” at every entrance to all buildings on the property.
Yik Yak threats spurred more than a dozen investigations on campuses in 2015 alone.
No reports of hoverboards violations have been filed at this time.
MU has the smallest campus police force in the SEC and the Big 12, MUPD Maj. Brian Weimer said.
Columnist Elane Edwards explains why this semester is already testing our “tiger pride.”
The policy may be modified after the Consumer Product Safety Commission releases investigation results on the devices’ safety.
Nutrition professor Dale Brigham wrote that canceling the scheduled exam would be letting “bullies” win.
“Some of you are alright,” the first yak said. “Don’t go to campus tomorrow.”
Different inventions are working to make women feel protected against sexual assault and rape.
The slates address a variety of issues from increasing affordability in housing and dining to advocating for mental health and social justice issues to better the lives of MU students.