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Apr. 20, 2021

MU Theatre Department’s “Marisol” opens after year-long delay

MU Theatre department’s latest production hopes to appeal to those unsure what to make of life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apr. 20, 2021

Flash and pose: An inside look into David Bihomora’s style

David Bihomora is an MU freshman who has created his own fashion brand and has done a multitude of photoshoots in his short time at college.

Mar. 16, 2021

MU hosts Undergraduate Juried Art Exhibition, highlights student artists

The exhibit showcased a variety of art mediums in the George Caleb Bingham Gallery.

Mar. 03, 2021

Caroline Elik connects students through compliments, confessions with Instagram account @mizmissedconnections

Followers can submit an anonymous Google Form with their kind confessions about others.

Mar. 02, 2021

MU junior Sofia Voss releases new LGBTQ+ short film ‘I Think Of You Often’

“I Think Of You Often” seeks to share the beauty of LGBTQ+ relationships.

Feb. 19, 2021

Return to larger ensemble sizes brings harmony back to MU women’s Concert Chorale

New research about the COVID-19 virus allows MU women’s Concert Chorale to include more individuals in each ensemble group.

Feb. 18, 2021

The concert experience: how we form connections through live music

MU students and professors discuss the impact of live music and their hopes for concert-goers in the future.

Feb. 18, 2021

Mizzou New Play Series brings stage to screen through virtual performances

Cast and crew of the Mizzou New Play Series said they missed the real-life connections of live performance this year but enjoyed reaching a wider virtual audience.

Feb. 16, 2021

MU Photo Club hosts virtual lecture series with practicing photographers

The series gives students the opportunity to learn from accomplished photographers working in and outside of the U.S.

Feb. 13, 2021

MU students continue to offer hairstyling, beauty services during pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, MU student entrepreneurs are still balancing their hairstyling and beauty businesses with other activities.

Feb. 06, 2021

The Trade-off: The hidden costs of activism in a modern era

During 2020, many protests to fight for social justice took place. MU students from the Legion of Black Collegians and Abolitionists @ Mizzou weigh in on what it means to be an activist.

Feb. 02, 2021

MU senior produces first documentary, retells narrative of fall 2015 protests

Jessica Tifase began working on a documentary last semester to revisit Concerned Student 1950’s protests five years later.

Feb. 02, 2021

MU freshman with passion for meteorology takes campus by storm

Andrew Labit, MU meteorology major, earned his title as “The Mizzou Weatherman” by posting daily reports on social media.

Feb. 02, 2021

MU student Kylee Isom explores feminism through photography

Kylee Isom uses her photography to investigate the relationship between women and stereotypical beauty standards.

Feb. 02, 2021

Online schooling affects field work for College of Education students

As Columbia Public Schools move online, students in the College of Education face unique challenges throughout their field work.

Jan. 04, 2021

MU Chess Team and MU Chess Club members discuss the future of chess and ‘The Queen’s Gambit’

Members of MU Chess Club and MU Chess Team discuss the show’s impact on chess culture and how it has reignited an international interest in the sport.

Dec. 08, 2020

Spring 2021 study abroad ready for takeoff

Students and study abroad staff are optimistic about study abroad programs to occur during the spring semester.

Nov. 29, 2020

Students reevaluate plans for Thanksgiving recess after new MU announcement

Following MU's announcement to move online after Thanksgiving break as COVID-19 cases worsen in Boone County, students rethink their plans for the rest of the semester.

Nov. 22, 2020

Mizzou 2 promotes inclusivity for dependents of international students

The organization is devoted to helping dependents of international students feel more valued in the MU community.

Nov. 22, 2020

MU’s LGBTQ Resource Center makes changes to operations during pandemic

The LGBTQ Resource Center is still open for business; however, they have changed their operations to protect students during the pandemic.

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