Mizzou College Democrats and ASUM held a debate watch party in Leadership Auditorium.
The panel, moderated by MU Professor Ashley Woodson, included community members impacted by gun violence.
Ellis Fischel Cancer Center and the MU Wellness Resource Center work in collaboration to help the Columbia area.
Four Directions president comments on the controversy surrounding Thanksgiving, raising awareness of the cultural appropriation and horrific memories the holiday brings.
The Association of Graduate Art Students hosted an open studio to assist art students with explaining their work to the public.
The Boone County Clerk’s office promoted education surrounding local election on Nov. 5.
Self-proclaimed “colonel” in the war on drugs shared his experiences, regrets and hopes for the future.
Three panelists spoke to the Columbia community about steps educators can take to provide more constructive discipline for students and keep their experiences with law enforcement positive.
Despite being closed down, the fraternity plans to return to the MU campus.
The scarcity of drag performers leaves the Queer Liberation Front to expand its popular drag show event.
A study conducted by an MU professor explains how racial trauma among African Americans differs depending on their skin-tone.
Science journalist Miles O’Brien speaks about science journalism and its role in covering climate change
As research over the past few decades has shown, climate change is a real and prevalent danger. But, the way it's covered by journalists needs to change.
Welteroth talked about her time in both black and mainstream media.
The 2020-24 consolidated plan will be implemented over the next five years to combat the trend.
MU’s LGBTQ Resource Center displayed events throughout LGBTQ history at the university
Jeffrey Sterling spoke at Reynolds Journalism Institute Tuesday, where he talked about being convicted under the Espionage Act.
The social justice committee of MSA proposes and passes legislation focused on improving the experience of minority students at MU.
The Cambio Center hosted student and faculty speakers for a forum discussion on Latinx identity, research and experiences.
MU School of Social Work assistant professor highlights how universities could help human trafficking problem
Kathleen Preble elaborates on human trafficking in the state and worldwide problems in addressing the situation.
While the MU library administration plans on continuing its expansion of resources and space available to students, it comes at the cost of moving its vast print collection.