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Jan. 21, 2021

All MU students living on campus must submit negative COVID-19 results

Arrival testing is optional for students living off campus.

Dec. 28, 2020

New MU Democratic Socialists club aims to grow a community

The new club aims to grow a community and engage with Columbia to create a safe space for leftists.

Dec. 22, 2020

MU to require negative COVID-19 test for on-campus students before spring semester

MU says students living off-campus are “strongly encouraged” to be tested before arriving on campus in January.

Dec. 22, 2020

Voter registration, Joe Biden’s election, Republican incumbency will impact results of Georgia runoff elections

Republicans and Democrats work against many external forces in their battle for control of the U.S. Senate.

Dec. 21, 2020

Mizzou Democrats responds to election outcome and plans for the rest of school year based on election results

Organization Vice President Jeffrey Bittle explains the group's outlook on the election and their next steps.

Dec. 15, 2020

MU experts give suggestions to help students focus while studying for online finals

Creating a schedule or study plan, listening to white noise and using MU’s study resources are a few ways to help students stay focused while reviewing for final exams.

Dec. 15, 2020

Student finds new family during pandemic

Years of searching for her father didn’t lead to what she was looking for, but something much better.

Dec. 10, 2020

MU Student Health and Well-Being offers reprieve for students navigating stress and anxiety

Stress management events hosted by MU Student Health and Well-Being are designed to aid students during finals.

Dec. 01, 2020

MU students make it to the polls and their classes on Election Day 2020

MU students attended classes and voted on Election Day. Even with their busy schedules, students found the time to go out and vote.

Nov. 23, 2020

Campus sustainability efforts halted completely by eight-month closure of Sustainability Office

The office has been closed and its programs inactive since March, though it will hopefully be reopening soon.

Nov. 22, 2020

MU implements CampusClear checkpoints in effort to curb spread of COVID-19

The checkpoints, located at some high-traffic campus buildings, require students to check their symptoms with the CampusClear app.

Nov. 20, 2020

MU graduate student Ryleigh Murray advocates for accessibility, inclusivity for students with disabilities

MU announced the winners of the Lee Henson Access Mizzou Award on Sept. 28. This award honors members of the MU community who promote the accessibility and inclusivity of students with disabilities.

Nov. 20, 2020

Disability activist Samantha Norman honored with Lee Henson Access Mizzou Award

MU announced the winners of the Lee Henson Access Mizzou Award on Sept. 28. This award honors members of the MU community who promote the accessibility and inclusivity of students with disabilities.

Nov. 19, 2020

Students enjoy music from local Columbia artists through Pop-Up Music Series

Campus Activities Programming Board hosted live music events on Kuhlmann Court throughout October and November.

Nov. 19, 2020

MU Ballroom Dance Club teaches smooth moves on Zoom rooms

The club welcomes dancers of all skill levels, alone or with a partner, to join their weekly workouts.

Nov. 18, 2020

Unopposed candidates in Boone County take office

All of the candidates were Democrats and most were incumbents.

Nov. 17, 2020

‘Non-negotiable’: Jefferson statue to stay, not part of contextualization task force recommendation

The task force cannot recommend removal of the statue but must consider Jefferson’s “seminal accomplishments and his history as a slave owner.”

Nov. 12, 2020

MU administrators announce that in-person classes will switch to remote learning following Thanksgiving break

Administrators advise students to stay home over the break and finish classes at home until the spring semester starts on Jan.19

Nov. 12, 2020

MU replaces in-person commencement with virtual celebration due to safety concerns, generating criticism about large football games

MU decided that it is not safe to have an in-person commencement for graduates in December. The decision generated criticism about the university’s choice to allow fans in the stadium at football games.

Nov. 12, 2020

16-Person task force examining future of Jefferson statue

The group is led by a community member from the State Historical Society of Missouri and contains alumni, faculty and other stakeholders.

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