Heather Belser is starting a chapter of the national climate organization Sunrise Movement, hoping to engage Columbia college students in grassroots climate advocacy.
With fundraising events, group meetings and a rally on International Period Day, Period @ Mizzou looks to expand the menstrual movement in Mid-Missouri.
MU Christians United for Israel hosts pro-Israel event, which encouraged students to protest the event while claiming it was islamophobic.
Students at MU looking for education about conservation and the environment can turn to this campus club.
MSA president, Jennifer Sutterer, and MSA vice president, Mary O’Brien, talk about growing up together and what they hope to accomplish atop the MSA in the next year.
The Vietnamese Student Union holds a discussion where members are encouraged to reflect on their personal identities while fostering connections within the VSU community.
MSA towns halls and committee meetings to allow more open-ended conversations and questions with students.
Medical marijuana is now legal in Missouri and patients will be able to purchase medical marijuana in spring 2020.
Last year, MSA encouraged MU to look into implementing virtual student IDs. We asked students for their thoughts on this.
The plan, called a Peace Plan for a Safer America, takes an intersectional approach to reduce gun violence and its organizers hope it will come to the attention of 2020 candidates.
Mizzou College Democrats, while not sponsoring campaigns during primaries, offers opportunities for its members to get involved in local and national races
The decision to issue a site license, which was announced in June of this year, was made after a long period of planning and corresponding with iClicker.
Sustain Mizzou and Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture are creating a tangible place for members of the MU and Columbia communities to get involved with sustainable living and environmental action.
The student run television organization is creating a new satire about collegiate politics.
Resolutions dealing with emergency contraception and Title IX were passed, among others.
The new housing is located in Rise on 9th, U Center on Turner Avenue and Campus Lodge.
Important MU news stories from over summer break, which include Chinese espionage, the NCAA, and freshmen enrollment
Here’s some important summer break news stories you may have missed Cdeck: Freshmen enrollment increased by 15 percent for this semester.
The bill, which was rejected April 22, passed unanimously April 29 after undergoing revision
House Bill 575 passed the Missouri House of Representatives in early April and is now in the senate. The bill has an amendment sponsored by Rep. Jered Taylor allowing for concealed carry on college campuses in Missouri.
Turning Point USA’s event brought conservative commentators Charlie Kirk, Candace Owens and Brandon Tatum, who spoke on issues such as free market policies and climate change.