Archive | September, 2016

E23- Sept. 29, 2016

On this week’s episode of E23 we start the show off by taking a look back at all that has happened throughout the week. Marit Sosnoff and Sally Levine bring us up to date on everything from the “Brangelina” break … Read the rest

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International food bazaar brings the munchies from far away lands

Flags set up on Lowry mall for International Food Bazaar.

By Cameron Flatt, E23 Reporter

Walking through campus, it does not take much effort to find someone trying to give away free pizza, popsicles, or candy (though, they are usually attempting to recruit you for yet another item to add … Read the rest

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23News Sept. 28, 2016

This week on 23News we examine the recent racial slurs targeted at black students at MU. We get information on the craft studio closing. And we get learn more about the library closing early. Tune in!

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MU researchers use social skills curriculum to limit long-term effects of bullying

By Tess Vrbin, 23News reporter

Before he was an assistant professor in the MU College of Education, Chad Rose was a special education teacher who noticed that students who acted violently lacked the social skills necessary to behave differently.

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5 Things to do on Parents’ Weekend if your parents didn’t come (And why they all suck)

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Not everyone has parents coming over for Parents’ weekend. Some of them couldn’t make it, some of them live too far away, and others see their parents way too often anyway. Upperclassmen aside, it sucks … Read the rest

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Food Truck Friday parks itself at MU

Food Truck Friday parks itself at MU

By Olivia Gerling, 23News Reporter

The smell of freshly cooked pizza and grilled cheese had MU students lined up along the sidewalk in Speakers Circle Friday, Sept. 9.

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E23- Sept. 22, 2016

Hosts Emerson Davis and Marit Sosnoff welcome us back for E23’s first show of the 2016-2017 school year. Jacob Douglas takes us through the week in entertainment, covering everything from the presidential campaign to The Emmys. We ask MU students … Read the rest

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Law and Order premieres its eighteenth season

By Jillian Leiby, E23 Reporter

For many years, the “Law & Order” franchise was an institution. There was the original “Law & Order” that set the tone for the later shows or “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” that tried a … Read the rest

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Heart of Missouri United Way aims to better the community with the help of MU

Heart of Missouri United Way aims to better the community with the help of MU

By Sam Mosher, 23 News Reporter

MU faculty and local leaders gathered in the MU Student Center on Sept. 13 to commemorate the beginning of the 2016 Mizzou United Way Campaign. This campaign, now in its 49th year at the … Read the rest

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MU blogger seeks to empower women

MU blogger seeks to empower women

By Emily Powers, 23News Reporter

MU student Lex Ditaway’s blog Meditated Melanin comes with a disclaimer.

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