The student run organization at MU gives interested students valuable experience while also helping those outside of the club.
The new BroCode leadership improves organization by broadening perspectives and advising outlets.
The recently founded group aims to educate and encourage vaccination.
Through open discussions and debates, Mizzou College Republicans aims to educate its members about conservatism and connect them to volunteer and working opportunities.
Heather Belser is starting a chapter of the national climate organization Sunrise Movement, hoping to engage Columbia college students in grassroots climate advocacy.
Students at MU looking for education about conservation and the environment can turn to this campus club.
With tournaments set to commence in the coming weeks, the inaugural esports team has been practicing since the start of the school year to make its official debut.
The Vietnamese Student Union holds a discussion where members are encouraged to reflect on their personal identities while fostering connections within the VSU community.
MU has announced a new directive regarding the management of external accounts affiliated with student organizations.
MAB Director of Community Outreach Kaylyn Shinault: “It’s funny how in 1991, we went on three trips. It’s fascinating because that’s just proof of how powerful service can be.”
Fourteen student organizations cited Middleton's record of public service in a letter written by MU Policy Now.
“In the high intensity programs on campus, journalism is one of them,” Counseling Center Director David Wallace said. “There is a high level of expectation.”
The event connected students with local Columbia businesses, student organizations and local groups.
Each semester, the club dives into a new “banned book.”
The student group is planning its second annual conference for this spring.
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.
The organization has been recognized as a top breast cancer fundraiser.
Fall Fest was held in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center this year.
MU organizations like the Legion of Black Collegians and Queer People of Color have been involved in MU4MikeBrown, an advocacy group created in response to the fatal shooting of the Ferguson teen.
SiC offers a 12-step program and plans to host social events on campus, Daily said.