The best and the worst of this unforgettable year.
From “concerned” to “muscle,” these are the words that capture the year at MU.
Former MSA presidential candidate Syed Ejaz: “Our student body cares about a lot of things, but oftentimes just doesn’t do much. (In) those moments when push comes to shove, I think that in general, a lot of people will come together.”
It’s been a good year for business.
A boycott on Nov. 7 sent a story into the national spotlight.
Both the football and men’s basketball teams finished with losing records.
The co-chairmen of the Coalition of Graduate Workers have led the campuswide drive to unionize graduate student workers.
Butler’s hunger strike fueled protests that led to the resignation of UM System President Tim Wolfe.
From a fired professor to a leaked confidential letter, MU ended up in some bizarre situations this year.
Five times technology backfired for MU students and administration.
MU’s struggle to attract freshmen has led to budget shortages and closed residence halls.
Associate journalism professor Clyde Bentley: “There were many others who would have gotten into a knock-down, drag-out fight, but he was much like a diplomat.”
It may be hard to have certain conversations, but it’s easier than having the two top administrators resign within 12 hours of each other.
From dubiously motivated witch hunts to politically influenced legislation, Missouri lawmakers frustrated us.
After making national news for campus protests and resignations, the university took significant steps to improve campus diversity.
From national champions to emotional wins, Mizzou sports fans had plenty to cheer about.