As a part of Homecoming celebrations, MU recognizes the legacy of the historically marginalized African-American community on campus.
RHA hosted a carnival for MU students and staff members to come together.
A 16.8 percent increase in applications will likely bring in a larger freshman class.
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The incident is the second anti-Semitic act of vandalism at the hall this school year.
George C. Brooks Hall will be the third campus building named after a black man.
Despite the Tobacco 21 ordinance, students still find ways to obtain tobacco products and local businesses continue to sell to them.
The naming process should be completed by mid-November.
Expansion of the program could include additional locations around campus.
RHA plans to have a day where ResLife administrators, hall coordinators and other staff members do laundry in the residence halls so they can see the results for themselves.
Donley and Thomas said they hope to make RHA more approachable and increase sustainability and diversity.
Both slates want to create a new position to connect RHA with other diversity organizations on campus.
Congress determined their top five hall names to be Gateway, Carver, Caspian, Justice and Sustainability.
New events added this year are a “plate smash” and a tailgate.
President Steven Chaffin said they are hoping to “clean things up” within the organization this year.
The forum featured representatives from sustainability organizations on campus.
One of Folk's main goals is to increase RHA's campus visibility.
The 2012-2013 academic year will be the program's official launch period.
Teams from Rollins, Pavilion, Plaza 900 and the MU Student Center created dishes for expert critique.