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Tag: Student Life

Citizenship@Mizzou receives mixed reviews on new two part program aimed at introducing freshmen to MU’s values

Responses to the program have varied, but numbers show that attitudes on campus are changing for the better.

MU office restructuring to create efficiency and synergy between departments, improve student experience

Students can expect to see changes in Greek Life, Residential Life and student engagement.

Student Life looks for new funding source following failed Greek fee

Only three people will oversee the Greek community next year.

MU units work to tighten belt around budget

Director of Student Life Mark Lucas: “Our job is to provide experiences for all the different components of our campus, and we will still be able to do that, we just may not be able to do that as much to benefit the people who are paying for it."

MSA budget enters second readings

MU hiring freeze will not affect MSA-funded positions.

Elimination of Readership Program a major error in judgment

With an abundance of other, less beneficial programs to cut, the decision to cut the Mizzou Readership Program is a huge misstep.

Additional student fees necessary for improving Ellis

The proposed renovations and additions to Ellis Library are truly necessary to facilitating a positive learning environment for students.

Student Life ends readership program due to budget cuts

Facing necessary budget cuts, Student Life will end Mizzou Readership Program effective July 2015.

Student brings ‘Zaching’ back

On April 8, 2015 at 12:45 p.m. students, faculty and other Columbia community members will be joining together on the MU Francis Quadrangle to take a mass “Zaching” photo in his memory.

Mizzou Idol winner Carley Eslick showcases her style on stage

Music has been a part of Eslick’s life since her early childhood.

V-Day dates gone terribly wrong

MOVE asks citizens to describe their worst dates on Valentine’s Day.

Balance must be found between academics and ‘overinvolvement,’ students say

Involvement in general, not just in MSA, provides many benefits and great experiences to students, Kate Hargis said.

MU junior vocal major releases second EP, reflects on evolution of musical career

Munsell has been writing music since she was in high school.

Demonstrations arise after Roxy’s wristband deemed “offensive”

The wristband given out Thursday evening said “hands up, pants up.”

Students march for Eric Garner

A march was held Dec. 5 from Speakers Circle, through the columns and to the steps of Jesse Hall.

Tigers for Hope fundraise for ‘Love Your Melon’ to fight childhood cancer

Emilie Kempen and her team, Tigers for Hope, raised awareness of Love Your Melon, a charity that gives a hat to a child with cancer with every purchase.

Senior sets goal to raise $12,000 for blood cancer research

Last year, funds from Team in Training helped over 1,600 patients in the area.

MU budgets reallocated for strategic plan

The MU Strategic Operating Plan could be essential for MU to maintain its membership in the Association of American Universities.

RSVP Center moves from student government to MU’s hands

Director Mark Lucas said the center’s “unprecedented” structure and recent national scrutiny regarding Title IX influenced the decision.

Columbia Fire Department hosts ‘Room Burn’ demonstration in Speakers Circle

The Columbia Fire Department paired with health and safety campus organizations to offer fire safety information.