Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 27

Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 27

By Lauren Petterson and Kaleigh Feldkamp

February 27, 2017

The presidential and vice presidential candidates for the Missouri Students Association are facing off in their second public debate. The three slates are Tori Schafer and Riley de Leon; Nathan Willett and Payton … Read the rest

E23 talks Oscars in this weeks episode.

E23 – Feb. 23, 2017

This week’s episode of E23 features all things film as we look forward to the 2017 Oscars! Also, in a special edition of Spare the Skip Ian Teoh and Tre Warfield debate who is the better artist: Beyoncé or Taylor … Read the rest

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23News Feb. 22, 2017

This week on 23News we take a look at the first 2017 MSA presidential debate. We interview the ASUM MU Chapter President about state funding cuts to higher education and then dive in to the safety concerns of Hatch Hall … Read the rest

Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 21

Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 21

By Lauren Petterson and Daniel Perreault

February, 21, 2017

The presidential and vice presidential candidates for the Missouri Students Association are facing off in their first public debate. The three slates are Tori Schafer and Riley de Leon; Nathan Willett and … Read the rest

Table Talk discusses problems in Hollywood

E23’s Table Talk- Feb. 12, 2017

E23 takes addresses problems in Hollywood and the film industry in general. Resident Film Expert Cameron Flatt and E23’s Executive Director Davis McCondichie discuss issues such as the the lack of women in film production roles, trailers that give the … Read the rest

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A brief history of Mardi Gras

By Lucy Reis, E23 Reporter

Over the years, Mardi Gras has evolved into a day, or even several days, full of parties and parades. Although colorful and lively, these celebrations have managed to mask the true meaning of the holiday. Read the rest

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Mizzou women’s hoops heads to SEC tourney on five-game win streak

Jameshia Sumlin, 23 Sports

Monday, February 27–

The Missouri women’s basketball team is completely dominating the court and they didn’t slow down Sunday when they beat Alabama 65-56 in Tuscaloosa. With the win, the Tigers grabbed the No. 3 seed … Read the rest

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Mizzou gains Braggin’ Rights over Illinois baseball

Erik Kase, 23 Sports

Monday, February 27—

After a dominating 9-0 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Mizzou baseball ended their time in Texas by facing off against Illinois in a baseball Braggin’ Rights game on Sunday. The bats were hot … Read the rest

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COLUMN: This week in college hoops

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 26–

With just one week remaining in the regular season, it seems that the field of 68 is taking shape. There is a lot of seeding still up for grabs, and lots of teams … Read the rest

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Mizzou takes down Louisiana Tech in home opener

Aaron Carter, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 26—

Mizzou tennis had its long-awaited home opener on Saturday against Louisiana Tech, and it was well worth the wait for the Tigers. Mizzou took a 5-2 win over the Bulldogs, extending the Tigers’ … Read the rest

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Tigers throw a combined one-hitter

Aaron Carter, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 26—

Missouri Tigers baseball threw a combined one-hitter in its win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, the team’s first time allowing no more than one hit since 2015 against Purdue. This one-hitter led the Tigers … Read the rest

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