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Oct. 07, 2020

Students and staff stay active on campus

Whether holding a yoga pose in front of their computers or swiping into the now COVID-friendly MizzouRec, students and staff continue to pursue fitness on campus.

Sep. 21, 2020

Freshmen find new ways to acclimate to a strange environment amid Columbia and MU pandemic adjustments

Different freshmen have various ways of maintaining some sense of normalcy as the school year progresses amid pandemic adjustments.

Sep. 14, 2020

George Caleb Bingham Gallery holds MU faculty art exhibit

The exhibit, which showcases work from School of Visual Art faculty, is open through the month of September.

May. 01, 2020

MU Visual Arts adapts to challenges of online learning

The Visual Arts department at MU is finding creative ways to adjust to online learning despite the loss of in-person instruction.

Apr. 21, 2020

How MU’s School of Music continues online

The School of Music, like the rest MU, has transferred online because of the current pandemic.

Apr. 13, 2020

MU Venture Club creates community for students who love outdoors

The organization explores adventurous opportunities in Columbia while welcoming students who are versed in the outdoors and those who are unfamiliar.

Mar. 03, 2020

Chancellor’s Art Showcase celebrates an intersection of the arts

The Chancellor’s Art Showcase brought together past and present MU arts students to feature talent and hard work.

Mar. 03, 2020

Pianist Min Kwon performs at School of Music

Min Kwon performs pieces by three classical giants Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert.

Mar. 01, 2020

NAACP Image Awards recognizes dedicated MU students, faculty

The NAACP Image Awards highlighted some of the artistic talents at MU and recognized deserving faculty and staff members with awards to celebrate diversity and social justice.

Feb. 26, 2020

Feminist Student Union hosts sex work discussion

“Sex Work and Stigma” event discussed stigmas and stereotypes surrounding sex work in our culture.

Feb. 18, 2020

Mizzou New Play Series features new plays written by students and community

The MU Department of Theatre hosted the spring Mizzou New Play Series to showcase works from student playwrights to help them develop their new works.

Feb. 13, 2020

Black History Month becomes super at Rock Bottom Comics

Rock Bottom Comics celebrates Black History Month by showcasing black characters from comic book history.

Feb. 11, 2020

MU students, staff celebrate Black History Month

Members of the MU community learn about Black culture as Black History Month events take place on campus.

Feb. 11, 2020

Feminist Student Union spreads female empowerment through Galentine’s Day celebration

Those in attendance of the FSU’s Galentine’s Day gathering left the event with a new appreciation for the strong and supportive women in their lives.

Feb. 04, 2020

LGBTQ Resource Center kicks off the spring semester with the Queer Spring Fling

The center welcomes back students for the spring semester with an evening of food, games, crafts and community.

Feb. 04, 2020

Discovery, collaboration among college musicians made easier with Quadio

Quadio aims to create a space where music lovers and artists alike can build a stronger sense of community within their university or beyond.

Feb. 04, 2020

Comedy Wars brings the humor to MU on Wednesday nights

Find the team of Comedy Wars bringing laughter to MU every Wednesday night in the Memorial Student Union.

Dec. 03, 2019

MU students offered Sanvello for free as positive step toward improving mental health

Tools based in cognitive behavioral therapy available within the app Sanvello may help students with common mental health concerns as the stress of the semester peaks.

Dec. 03, 2019

‘OK boomer,’ the newest written chapter in history of youth counter culture

TikTok popularized the phrase “OK Boomer,” in an effort to retort against the perceived ignorance of older people. However, there may be a deeper historical meaning behind its inception.

Dec. 03, 2019

What it means to make a difference through education

Freshman Alan Wells talks about why he chose to go into education.

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