“More for Mizzou” received 1915 votes and “Tradition for Tomorrow” received 1017 votes.
MU made the decision to move classes online for the remainder of time leading up to spring break, which begins March 21.
MU Clay Klub shares the cultural significance of historic vessels through Douglas Dawson’s impressive pottery collection.
BREAKING: MSA reschedules the MSA presidential election and student media funding referendum for March 9 to 11
The connection between the voting website and its database caused the voting system to not work.
With the upcoming March 10 primary for Missouri, students are out supporting their favorite candidates.
Prepare for the March election by knowing the candidates.
Trey Cook and Alaina Vacante are running for president and vice president under their campaign titled Tradition for Tomorrow.
The end of MSA’s current administration is fast approaching and they are working to finish any remaining details like a new program for students with disabilities.
The campaign stated in an email Wednesday morning they are dropping out for personal reasons.
The new location, inside the Hitt Street Parking Structure, is more accessible than the soon-to-be former location on Rock Quarry Road.
The debate, hosted by The Maneater, had all three slates share their views on issues like student mental health and inclusivity.
Although the Mizzou College Republicans don’t officially endorse candidates, chapter president Anthony Garcia said the consensus among members is to support Trump.
Interim Vice Provost Mary Stegmaier weighs in on election observation.
Our Revolution Mid-Missouri focuses on voter registration for Sanders’ campaign ahead of Missouri primary
The last of campus groups organizing for 2020 Democratic candidates is Our Revolution Mid-Missouri, which supports Sen. Bernie Sanders.
A former Phi Mu member went from a sister to an outcast. Here is her story.
After a strong performance from Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the Iowa caucus, Mizzou for Pete looks to build off momentum in later primaries
Three mobile billboards inside Columbia, Missouri: medical group protests MU’s animal use in medicine
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine organized the event, calling for MU to use only simulators instead of live animals.
Missouri pays $165 per capita for higher education, nearly $120 below the national average.
Students have raised privacy concerns over more advanced tracking methods.
Phone and text banks, as well as a focus on the Iowa caucus, are driving Mizzou for Warren’s strategy.