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‘Damage has been done’: Gipson says social justice center staff won’t lose jobs, rumors ‘misconstrued’

MU’s Vice Chancellor of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity met with staff Monday to clarify comments made last week that led to concern over the future of the university’s social justice centers.


‘We do not need as many buildings’: MU to demolish 8 buildings in cost-and space-cutting measure

The university’s first women’s dorm and a 19th-century building are among those set for demolition in the near future.


COVID-19 Rewind: MU students struggled to rectify issues on entry testing forms

MU students living in university housing had to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test before they could move back in for the spring semester, though some students faced week-long issues with the process due to errors with their submissions.


‘Wastewater never lies’: How two MU professors are finding COVID-19 virus in Missouri sewage

An MU project surveils Missouri wastewater for COVID-19 virus remnants but is unable to pinpoint the virus’ presence on campus.


This Valentine’s Day playlist shows why R&B is the true love language

This Valentine’s Day playlist shows why R&B is the true love language


Three shows with the representation I was looking for

Three shows with the representation I was looking for


‘Impossible for the University to know’: MU struggles to track student COVID-19 hospitalizations

When students return to their hometowns or don’t self-report, it becomes tougher for MU to know if they’re hospitalized.