Archive | March, 2017

Interim Chancellor Folley Leaving MU for New York Institute of Technology

By Daniel Perreault, 23News Reporter and Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Interactive Director

Interim chancellor Hank Foley is leaving MU on May 3 to become the fourth president of the New York Institute of Technology.

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DPE Hopes Tough Conversations Will Extend Past A Facilitation

By Isabel Lohman, 23News Reporter

Diversity Peer Educators hosted Cultivating Community Conversations in hopes of helping students learn about their existing perceptions and different identities.

DPE held the conference on Sunday, March 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Randi … Read the rest

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Soup dinner raises awareness for hunger and local farming

by Victoria Kuz

The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture hosted a community meal to raise money for Planting for the Pantry, a CCUA farm program providing fresh produce to local food pantries.

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Mizzou baseball walks to 20th straight win

Mizzou baseball walks to 20th straight win

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Erik Kase, 23 Sports Reporter

The 18th-ranked Missouri Tigers baseball team returned home after sweeping Alabama to face off against the Little Rock Trojans. Behind 11 runs and 11 batters walked, Mizzou came away with … Read the rest

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23News March 22, 2017

This week on 23News former MSA President and Vice President, Sean Earl and Tori Schafer, reflect on their term and goals for the future. We interview former MSA presidential candidate Syed Ejaz about structural issues within the BEC and the MSA election Read the rest

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Spoon, “Hot Thoughts” Review

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

Spoon recently released new album, "Hot Thoughts"

I was not a fan of Spoon before hearing the single “Can I Sit Next to You”. The track’s dance grooves, mixed with traditional indie rock, immediately caught my attention. Lead singer Britt Daniel’s howling Read the rest

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COLUMN: This week in college hoops

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports Reporter

With the Sweet Sixteen set, we are beginning to get a feel for the accuracy of seedings, the power of conferences and each team’s chance of going to the Final Four and perhaps beyond.

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Missouri tennis comes up short against Ole Miss

Missouri tennis comes up short against Ole Miss

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Madeline Boccardi, 23 Sports Reporter

Mizzou tennis (10-6, 1-4 SEC) battled hard, but came up short against Ole Miss (11-5, 2-3 SEC) on Sunday. The Tigers won the doubles point for the first time … Read the rest

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Mizzou bows out in second round of NCAA Tournament

Mizzou bows out in second round of NCAA Tournament

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Max Arnold, 23 Sports Reporter

Missouri women’s basketball was knocked out of the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament by third-seeded Florida State 77-55 on Sunday evening. The Tigers finish with an overall … Read the rest

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Mizzou claims seventh at SEC Championships

Mizzou claims seventh at SEC Championships

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Jameshia Sumlin, 23 Sports Reporter

No. 14 Missouri gymnastics scored a 195.825 to place seventh at the 2017 Southeastern Conference Championship Saturday at the Jacksonville Veteran’s Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.
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