While there are some restrictions on expressive actions, MU provides a fairly open platform to share ideas.
Students met at Speakers Circle to celebrate Derrick Fogle, who set the Guinness World Record for the longest distance traveled in one hour while kicking a hacky sack.
Price presented photographs of children in Africa and Asia as they engaged in labor for nearly non-existent pay and exposed themselves to hazardous working conditions surrounded by toxins.
Meyer: Those who engage in hateful discourse ought to be ashamed of themselves.
“We are brought together to share our humanity and compassion which there is no limit to unless we put it there ourselves,” Interim Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Chuck Henson said.
“Race and discrimination is a difficult conversation that a lot of people ignore on this campus,” senior Taylor Gentry said. “I know it’s difficult, but it's time to have that conversation, too many things have been going on and that’s why (the Hate Wall)
Although some preachers in Speakers Circle spew hate, refuse to retaliate with the same behavior.
Whenever two sides of an issue cannot agree on the guidelines for a discussion, an argument is sure to fail
The passing of the Campus Free Expression Act makes Missouri only the second state in the country to protect students First Amendment rights in this manner.
“They aren’t inciting violence, but they are speaking with a vitriol that I’m not sure should be allowed on our grounds.”
The MU Nepalese Student Association is raising funds for organizations that are helping to rebuild Nepal.
Because of its unexpected success, the members of MU Improv hope to see this event grow in upcoming years.
KCOU will host its Biannual Freestyle Rap Battle on Wednesday, April 8.
The dogs’ owner has made a habit of stopping by campus.
MU4MikeBrown held a "die-in" protest on Oct. 8 to show support for Michael Brown
Derrick Fogle has been frequenting Speakers Circle for 20 years.
Three MU seniors organized the event to spread awareness of underlying issues behind the Ferguson riots.
Mizzou Stand for Freedom aimed to have 270 students stand in Speakers Circle throughout 27 hours.
Mizzou Basement launched this week, bringing a sarcastic wit to covering MU topics.