ARTICLE ARCHIVES
Feb. 09, 2018

‘We’re back’: Pingeton prides Missouri’s resilience after second straight win

Published by Bennett Durando

Mizzou had four players in double figures in an 83-78 victory that head coach Robin Pingeton claimed felt different than the last few tough games.

Feb. 09, 2018

Missouri women jump to early lead, hold on against Kentucky comeback

Published by Andy Kimball

Missouri women jump to early lead, hold on against Kentucky comeback

Feb. 08, 2018

‘Call Me by Your Name’ takes advantage of power of cinema by providing audience with emotional love story

Published by Olivia Jackson

The new film combines stunning scenes with beautiful music to create a truly exceptional experience.

Feb. 08, 2018

The U.S. is still failing the most innocent of its citizens

Published by Brandon Bartlett

The Senate rejected a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks even though it has been confirmed that these unborn children can feel pain during the procedure.

Feb. 07, 2018

Misogyny is alive and well and it’s running for US Senate

Published by Maddie Niblett

Courtland Sykes’ comments on women’s rights are indescribably misogynistic.

Feb. 07, 2018

West Africans attempt to escape poverty only to be sucked into Libyan slave trade

Published by Tatyana Monnay

European leaders know their actions are perpetuating the slave trade in Libya, and they have no problem with it.

Feb. 07, 2018

It’s time for Americans to approach NFL protests with understanding of opposition’s point of view

Published by Jon Niemuth

Hyperbolic rhetoric and a lack of nuance have divided Americans on the NFL protests.

Feb. 06, 2018

Robertson, Porter bail Missouri out on the road against Ole Miss

Published by Bennett Durando

Robertson had 27 points to lead the Tigers.

Feb. 06, 2018

Beginners and experts play together in new Dungeons & Dragons club

Published by Brooke Collier

The MU Recreational Dungeons and Dragons Association drew 18 people to its first meeting on Jan. 29.

Feb. 06, 2018

Girl power, sweet treats and Galentine’s Day fun at MU Women’s Center

Published by Lauren Wilcox

Activities will include cookie decorating, card making, friendship bracelets and a photobooth.

Feb. 06, 2018

Hippo Campus wows at latest Blue Note concert

Published by Claire Colby

The Minnesota-based band played at the Columbia venue for its second time.

Feb. 06, 2018

MU doctoral student becomes second Democrat to run for Rep. Vicky Hartzler’s seat

Published by Mawa Iqbal

At 28 years old, Hallie Thompson is the youngest candidate looking to be a voice for Missourians in D.C.

Feb. 06, 2018

After a week’s worth of losing, Pingeton’s Tigers must bounce back in big fashion

Published by Adam Cole

After loses to Georgia, South Carolina and Mississippi State, the Tigers will have their work cut out for them if they want to secure better seeding for Nashville and the NCAA tournament.

Feb. 06, 2018

Mizzou softball moving forward after Earleywine’s firing

Published by Jackson Stone

Despite former coach Ehren Earleywine being fired on Jan. 26, the Tigers believe they have what it takes to compete this season.

Feb. 06, 2018

In wake of increasing enrollment, six residence halls to reopen for fall 2018

Published by William Skipworth

A 16.8 percent increase in applications will likely bring in a larger freshman class.

Feb. 06, 2018

MU professor’s research leads to discoveries in the prevention of disease spread by mosquitoes

Published by Regan Mertz

Susanta Behura and his colleagues speculate that the disease can be prevented if mosquitoes’ receptors are manipulated.

Feb. 06, 2018

MU professor first woman to receive James B. Eads award

Published by Jacob Horton

Elizabeth Bryda’s research has centered on the use of animals to better understand human disease.

Feb. 06, 2018

UM System Board of Curators discusses tuition, housing at February meeting

Published by UNews Staff Writers

New Hall was officially named in honor of African-American journalist Lucile Bluford.

Feb. 06, 2018

Three-star point guard Xavier Pinson commits to Missouri

Published by Bennett Durando

Pinson’s commitment may resolve indecision in next year’s backcourt after a series of guard departures this season.

Feb. 06, 2018

Why excusing hate speech is dangerous

Published by Madi Baughman

Attacks on innocent Americans should never be tolerable in this country, yet the number of hate-related incidents only continues to rise.