Archive | February, 2016

Good Morning Mizzou- February 28, 2016

This week Riley brings us a great new spring recipe, Matt and Will give us an update on the amazing CoMo weather and much more! Check it out!

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“Fuller House” brings nostalgia to a generation

By Arielle Cadet, E23 Reporter

Saturday mornings when I was a kid was spent with a bowl of sugary cereal, my most comfy pajamas and a classic television show. One of my favorites to watch every Saturday morning was “Full … Read the rest

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The Academy Awards snubbed many 2015 films and artists

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Reporter

Every year the Academy Awards misses on some nominees. The sad truth of the matter is that, sometimes, great art gets overlooked and excellent performances go unrewarded. With all this said, here is a look … Read the rest

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E23- Feb. 25, 2016

E23- Feb. 25, 2016

E23’s special Oscars show hosted by Kayla Johnson and Lanitta Collier takes you through the best picture nominees, Oscar nomination snubs and a fashion blast from the past. You can also check out various panels on the Oscars and more … Read the rest

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D’Angelo Allen to transfer from Missouri Basketball program

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Troy D’Souza, 23 Sports

Monday, February 29–

D’Angelo Allen’s time with the Missouri Men’s Basketball program has come to an end. The sophomore forward has left the team and intends to transfer.

Head Coach Kim Anderson released a statement regarding … Read the rest

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Earl/Schafer say experience is necessary to fix MSA

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

“MSA has looked like a bad episode of House of Cards for the past month,” MSA vice presidential contender Tori Shafer said in the Board of Elections Commissioners Debate. Schafer has been involved with MSA since her … Read the rest

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Turner/Evans are running as a “clean slate” in the MSA presidential election

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

MSA presidential candidates Sam Turner and Clay Evans openly admit their lack of experience within MSA. In fact, it’s one of the reasons why they think students should vote for them.

“We do want to make a … Read the rest

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Hutchinson/Ghuman emphasize social justice and transparency

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

MSA Presidential candidate Andrew Hutchinson was “raised by a catholic democrat Mexican woman and an atheist tea partier libertarian White man.”

“I grew up in a household where I…had the two opposites of every ideology sitting at … Read the rest

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Mizzou rallies back, Brumfield’s walk-off secures sweep

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Logan Courtois, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 28 –

With a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning, freshman Connor Brumfield helped complete the four-game sweep over Hofstra on Sunday. Freshman Brian Sharp got his first career win, striking … Read the rest

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Women’s Hoops: Mizzou falls in final regular season game

 

James Penn, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 28—

The Missouri women’s basketball team celebrated senior day in their last home game of the season. Unfortunately, the Tigers could not pull out the win against Vanderbilt losing by a score of … Read the rest

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