ARTICLE ARCHIVES
Nov. 04, 2017

Mizzou volleyball sweeps Texas A&M for third straight win

Published by Chelsea Roemer

Freshman Leketor Member-Meneh stepped up to make an impact for the Tigers in the victory.

Nov. 03, 2017

As the season opener approaches, a final look at Mizzou wrestling’s lineup

Published by Bennett Durando

In light of the threat of rain, the Tigers confirmed this morning that their Illinois dual will be held outside at Mizzou Softball Stadium as planned.

Provost Stokes appointed president of University of New Mexico

Published by Stephi Smith

Stokes accepted a five-year contract after a unanimous vote from UNM’s Board of Regents.

Nov. 02, 2017

Missouri women’s basketball ranked No. 16 in preseason AP Top 25 poll

Published by Eli Lederman

This is the second time the Tigers have been ranked in the preseason Top 25 since 1984.

Social work professors receive grant to research local youth development

Published by Galen Bacharier

The professors are partnering with Burrell Behavioral Health to help identify how to best solve youth health issues in Columbia.

Nov. 01, 2017

Try these makeup looks for a last-minute Halloween costume

Published by Brooke Knappenberger

If you find yourself without a costume on Halloween, turn to these makeup ideas for some inspiration.

“The Light of the Moon” Film Review: a stark portrayal of a woman's post-sexual assault life

Published by Mawa Iqbal

Director Jessica M. Thompson tells harrowing tale of a young woman trying to piece her life back together after assault in her first film.

‘Sami Blood’ Film Review: an honest coming-of-age story that resonates with all

Published by Mawa Iqbal

Newcomer Amanda Kernell pulls from her personal experience of being half-Sami to tell the tale of a young girl navigating between two worlds.

Destroyer channels simplicity in subtly dismal "ken"

Published by Laura Miserez

Destroyer combines raw melancholy with stripped musical arrangements in new release.

Niall Horan’s folk-oriented sound shines in solo debut

Published by Ashley Dorf

“Flicker” has a mellow feel that varies widely from other recent pop works

Oct. 31, 2017

MU Sustainability Office takes action to raise STARS score

Published by Skyler Rossi

The Sustainability Office will be filing new data for an updated STARS score in 2018.

UM System supports Gov. Greitens’ Amazon proposal

Published by Skyler Rossi

A headquarters in Missouri could bring opportunities to MU students.

Citizen Jane discusses different backgrounds through short film program “Intersection”

Published by Siena DeBolt

The film festival showed short films highlighting race, sexuality and stereotypes Saturday.

Phosphors provides a unique setting for digital art at Citizen Jane Film Festival

Published by Jane Mather-Glass

The installation broke the format of the festival and gave attendees freedom to roam.

‘LIYANA’ receives high praise at Citizen Jane Film Festival

Published by Alexandra Sharp

The documentary redefines bravery with the powers of feminism.

Model UN team plans to use increased funding opportunities for excellence

Published by Alexandra Sharp

Secretary Erica Serrone: “I think we are doing better at including people, being more of a team, more interactive with each other, more involved in each other’s lives.”

Is an NFL career in the cards for Drew Lock?

Published by Theo DeRosa

Lock threw for 18 touchdowns and two interceptions in four October games.

Pair of newlyweds find success in marriage and volleyball at Mizzou

Published by Chelsea Roemer

Joshua and Molly Taylor are learning how to work together as both coaches and newlyweds, with a little help from veteran coaching couple Wayne and Susan Kreklow.

Five takeaways from Missouri wrestling’s Black and Gold Dual

Published by Hannah Hoffmeister

The team heads into the regular season this week with its home opener against Illinois on Nov. 4.

Cunningham overcomes crash, breaks out for women’s cross-country

Published by Andy Kimball

After suffering a broken neck and a shattered skull in the summer of 2015, senior Megan Cunningham has become a key runner for Mizzou women’s cross-country in 2017.