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Apr. 24, 2018

The Briefing: Wopata and McAteer voted MSA president and VP

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

Julia Wopata and Connor McAteer won with a vote of 1,333 to 170.

Apr. 24, 2018

MSA voter turnout significantly lower compared to previous years

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

7,045 fewer people voted this year compared to last year.

Apr. 24, 2018

Hot Box Cookies sees sales increase on 4/20

Published by Siena DeBolt

Madelynn Westhoff, a freshman psychology major at MU, took MOVE Magazine for a delivery order on the stoners’ holiday.

Apr. 24, 2018

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman discusses body positivity, Larry Nassar case

Published by Siena DeBolt

Aly Raisman comes to the MU campus after a combined effort from groups like It’s On Us, the Panhellenic Association, MSA and others to address sexual assault on campus and discuss her life after the Olympics.

Apr. 24, 2018

College of Education hosts workshop on diversity in children’s literature

Published by Stephi Smith

“Picture books are art,” Angie Zapata, an assistant professor with the College of Education, said.

Apr. 24, 2018

‘Lady Parts’ discusses feminism over four nights

Published by Mariana Labbate

The song cycle by Meg Phillis Crespy presented eight female performers with the opportunity to sing about subjects that go beyond their relationships with men.

Apr. 24, 2018

Tips for having the best summer semester possible

Published by Lauren Wilcox

Here are several tips for how to keep motivated and focused during the hot months of summer classes.

Apr. 24, 2018

MizzouThon debuts fashion show for Miracle Kids

Published by Charly Buchanan

MizzouThon’s first fashion show had the theme “Strut Your Strength.”

Apr. 24, 2018

Missouri softball swept on the road by South Carolina

Published by Gavin White

Missouri started strong early Friday but was swept after not being able to keep up with the Gamecock offense.

Apr. 24, 2018

Arkansas eliminates Missouri women’s tennis from SEC Tournament

Published by Aidan Carlsen

With the loss, the Tigers failed to win a conference game all season.

Apr. 23, 2018

Tigers grab five event wins to wrap up senior day at Tom Botts Invitational

Published by Owen Krucoff

High jumper Landon Cuskelly led the way for Missouri a day after Karissa Schweizer’s record-breaking run.

Apr. 23, 2018

Tap Day tradition continues with over 80 new honor society members

Published by Christina Long

MU’s six secret societies welcomed 65 student members and 17 honor taps.

Apr. 23, 2018

Caring for Columbia helps community one piece of trash at a time

Published by Lauren Wilcox

Though the event was a good bonding experience, it showed some citizens do not care where their trash ends up.

Apr. 23, 2018

Child marriages are last resort for couples that should not be together in the first place

Published by Tatyana Monnay

Child marriages are a safe haven for statutory rapists.

Apr. 22, 2018

MSA budget passes in full senate

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

The 2019 budget totaled $1,123,190, $347,670 less than the 2018 budget.

Apr. 22, 2018

Jessica Yuen finds early success at Missouri, continues to build golfing legacy

Published by Austin Weber

“I put more pressure on myself, but my mental game has improved, and I can handle it,” Yuen said of her sophomore campaign for Missouri.

Apr. 22, 2018

Missouri takes two of three from No. 12 Vanderbilt in historic weekend series

Published by Joe Noser

The series win was Missouri’s first against Vanderbilt in program history.

Apr. 21, 2018

Schweizer wins 1,500-meter run, breaks sixth school record at Tom Botts Invitational

Published by Andy Kimball

Schweizer broke her sixth school record with a time of 4:12.83.

Apr. 21, 2018

MU students perform in 13th annual Queer Monologues

Published by Charly Buchanan

Seven performers took the stage at MU’s Queer Monologues to share their stories and experiences.

Apr. 20, 2018

Steadfast scorer Torrence Watson ready to fit into fluid role in guard-heavy lineup at Missouri

Published by Bennett Durando

Watson said playing for his AAU team alongside two fellow Missouri newcomers helped prepare him for a potential four-perimeter-man style.