The LBC, CSA and ASA came together to unify their members with barbecue, music and dancing.
Freshman Autumn Clemons: “We’re not just yelling, we’re not just ranting, we’re not just going on about that type of stuff. We’re actually trying to get out a message, and I feel like that’s what people are actually missing.”
Officers responding on Tuesday night said they heard shouting coming from the Delta Upsilon house, but they were unable to determine whether racial epithets were used by DU fraternity members.
Here's how campus responded to Tuesday's events.
Two students were called the N-word and other obscenities outside of Delta Upsilon, which has been placed on emergency suspension.
MSA controls a $1.6 million budget and LBC is the country’s only university-funded black student government. Find out more about these and other organizations.
Students left Tate Hall with their arms linked together and were escorted by police. Joint Session is rescheduled for Tuesday Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at Schlundt Hall 103.
“I do see the divide on campus, and I do see how my presence on campus is political and the fact that there are a lot of people who don’t want me here or don’t see me fit to participate in Mizzou’s anything … I don’t necessarily feel welcome all the time,
The demonstration blocked UM President Tim Wolfe’s car in the homecoming parade.
According to the resolution, LBC Homecoming royalty is one of the many things that makes the campus more inclusive and reflects the need for self-preservation of non-majority students.
Many letters detailed student disappointment with administration in their lackluster response to previous racist incidents, including one involving MSA president Payton Head.
The Office of Student Conduct “moved” the suspect from campus.
The MU Police Department has identified the man involved.
This is the second time in a month that black students at your university have been disrespected in the cruelest of ways.
Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley opened the session by giving a speech
There are three juniors, two sophomores and four freshmen on LBC’s 2015 executive cabinet.
Students requested administration to create an “intergroup dialogue course” and reevaluate the way it recruits underrepresented students.
We should always be paying attention to our campus’ passionate advocates and taking advantage of campus resources.
The work of four of our campus’ most influential groups should not be trivialized by an event’s title.
When demonstrating on campus, students must recognize the public sphere they are being viewed in.