ARTICLE ARCHIVES
Feb. 12, 2018

Board of Curators approves renaming of New Hall after African-American journalist Lucile Bluford

Published by Lauren Wilcox

Bluford was a Kansas City journalist who spent her life fighting for civil rights and put the Kansas City Call on the map among African-American newspapers.

Feb. 12, 2018

Missouri’s 97th District swings to the left

Published by Maddie Niblett

The Democratic win in the Missouri House of Representatives’ special election points to a leftist wave ahead of the midterm elections.

Feb. 12, 2018

America should stand with the Kurds against the Middle East’s rogue regimes

Published by Jon Niemuth

In the Middle East, America must choose between the long-oppressed Kurds and pariah states.

Feb. 12, 2018

The trend of prosecuting sexual predators for their crimes needs to continue

Published by Madi Baughman

The recent action being taken against prominent societal figures after years of abuse is important and needs to continue in order to set the new norm.

Feb. 12, 2018

Should the U.S. bring back military parades?

Published by Brandon Bartlett

Anything that will show our support and respect to the men and women who fight for us in the military seems like a good idea. However, there might be better ways to spend the money it would cost for a parade while still supporting our troops.

Feb. 11, 2018

General assemblies of GSA and GPC vote on resolutions to modify merger proposal

Published by Mawa Iqbal

Members of both organizations are now revising specific resolutions in preparation for the proposal’s implementation.

Feb. 11, 2018

Hippo Campus shared its unique indie rock at The Blue Note on Feb. 3

Published by Jane Mather-Glass

The band from Minnesota drew cheers from all corners of the sold-out venue.

Feb. 11, 2018

‘2 Dope Queens’ puts a new take on what it means to be a podcaster

Published by Siena DeBolt

HBO provides another platform for podcasters Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson to voice their opinions, jokes and conversations.

Feb. 11, 2018

‘Stranger Things’-themed dinner paints Campus Dining Services in new light

Published by Katie Harff

The dinner was part of CDS’ Culinary Discover Series, which offers unique dishes in a fun atmosphere.

Feb. 11, 2018

Free tax prep services offered to students, faculty and community members by MU Extension

Published by Tashfia Parvez

The sites allow student volunteers to prepare tax return forms for free for students, faculty and community members.

Feb. 11, 2018

Ja’Mari Ward, Gabi Jacobs set track and field program top-10 marks at Tyson Invitational

Published by Owen Krucoff

With championship season on the horizon, the Tigers competed in 19 events in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Feb. 11, 2018

156 women shouldn’t have had to stand in court to testify against a trusted doctor

Published by Annie Jennemann

Something needs to be done to prevent acts of evil such as those of Larry Nassar.

Feb. 11, 2018

Against all odds, Puryear’s shot saves Missouri, sinks Mississippi State

Published by Bennett Durando

Mizzou lost a 12-point lead in the last two minutes, then rallied from down 5 late in overtime for a dramatic fourth straight win.

Feb. 10, 2018

Representatives hold legislative forum, address higher education funding

Published by Natasha Vyhovsky

Attendees discussed minimum wage, social media, tax plans and higher education funding.

Feb. 10, 2018

No. 24 Missouri gymnastics’ late comeback not enough to steal victory from No. 3 LSU

Published by Liad Lerner

The visiting Tigers tallied seven scores of 9.9 or higher, resulting in the win for LSU.

Feb. 10, 2018

Column: Rally for Rhyan game shows just how much Missouri basketball has grown

Published by Joe Noser

The Tigers’ win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs exposed their greatest flaw and brought out their strongest attributes.

Feb. 10, 2018

Mizzou softball adds Adam Kirkpatrick as new assistant coach

Published by Gavin White

Kirkpatrick has over 30 years of experience at both the collegiate and professional level.

Feb. 10, 2018

Joseph Sell named new BEC chair

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

The confirmation came following the resignation of former chair Jessica Dennis over winter break.

Feb. 09, 2018

Michael Porter Jr. says he may be back before season’s end

Published by Bennett Durando

Porter Jr. said he’ll have a doctor’s appointment in the next two weeks that could clear him to practice fully with the team.

Feb. 09, 2018

Provost search committee hosts public forum for undergraduate students

Published by Stephi Smith

The search committee, consisting of 21 students, staff and faculty members, is projected to identify final candidates by May.