Gandhi’s grandson/biographer came to Mizzou’s campus to talk about his grandfather.
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Tap Day was celebrated for the 86th year Friday in a packed Jesse Auditorium.
A day that recognizes reputable student and faculty members for their accomplishments on and off campus, Tap Day reveals the induction of new members into 6 … Read the rest
Greek Week, a competition among Mizzou’s Greek chapters, started April 7 and will continue throughout April. Many service, theatre, and sporting events take place during Greek Week and contribute to the Greek pairings’ overall scores.
Mizzou’s Greek Week started off … Read the rest
By Amanda Sohaney, MUTV assistant general manager
The Missouri Students Association is responsible for a budget of around $1.7 million that comes from the Student Activity Fee that students pay. This budget goes towards various departments, including MSA and the … Read the rest
The University of Missouri-Columbia is currently hosting its 24th annual Spring Blood Drive in partnership with the American Red Cross. The blood drive is a part of the campus’ biannual contribution to the Red Cross and allows students and community … Read the rest
TED talks took place at The Missouri Theatre on Saturday. This is the second time that Ted Talks have come to Mizzou with a special event called TedxMU.
These talks have become very popular in recent years and previous speakers … Read the rest
Last Weekend Mizzou hosted its 12th annual Relay for Life event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Because it was held on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, this year’s Relay theme was “Kiss Me, I Relay.”
Overall, over … Read the rest
Since the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic aired in 2010 it has gained a large fan base from around the nation. This fan base includes the unexpected demographic of young adults who have followed the show and … Read the rest
On Tuesday March 12, the sixth annual Women’s Health and Wellness Gathering took place in Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union.
This event gave MU Students, Faculty, and Staff an opportunity to learn about issues related to women’s health and wellness … Read the rest
ʺRecycleManiaʺ is a friendly competition among college campuses and Universities across the US and Canada. It is an 8-week program that ranks each campus on the per-capita amounts of trash and recycling reported as well as which campus has the … Read the rest
Mizzou After Dark hosted their Rocking Through the Decades event in Memorial Student Union. The event was complemented with music, free food, guitar hero and a milkshake machine. Students were granted free access to the event by showing their student … Read the rest
College Democrats and College Republicans held a debate on March 6 in Memorial Union discussing each of their views on gun control, education and allocated budget, and the Medicaid expansion plan. The debate was hosted/moderated by The Zou Feed and … Read the rest
There will be many events around campus throughout the month of March to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Women’s History Month started with the first International Women’s Day on March 8, 1911. Due to the growing popularity of this day, Congress … Read the rest
Mizzou After Dark hosted a pajama party on March 1 in Memorial Union from 7 – 11 pm.
Partygoers could participate in several sleepover-themed crafts, including decorating pillowcases, making friendship bracelets, and creating wax hands. Attendees could also play … Read the rest
Students and faculty filled Jesse Wrench Auditorium on Feb. 28 to listen to Professor Jennifer Crocker’s lecture titled “Egosystem or Ecosystem? How to Create (or Undermine) a Sense of Belonging”.
Crocker is a professor of psychology at Ohio State University … Read the rest
The Digital Humanities Colloquium: “The Edition In the Age of Infinite Reproduction” was held on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at Ellis Library.
The Digital Humanities Colloquia is a monthly meeting consisting of Mizzou staff, faculty and students. Its focus is … Read the rest
The Vagina Monologues were held on Saturday February 16 in Jesse Hall Auditorium.
The Vagina Monolgues discussed different issues and raised awareness about the female body. They rose awareness about violence and female empowerment. The women interviewed spoke of their experiences and … Read the rest
On February 16, Mizzou After Dark hosted “Party Like a Rockstar” in Memorial Union from 7-11pm. The organization provides an alcohol-free environment for MU students on Friday nights. The staff provides crafts, free food, games, and other sources of entertainment … Read the rest
The fourth annual Mizzou Idol competition was held on Feb. 15 in the Missouri Theatre downtown.
This competition, co-hosted by the Department of Student Activities and the Residence Halls Association, is based off of the hit television show American Idol. … Read the rest
The Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative sponsored a You in Mizzou dialogue on affirmative action Feb. 7 at Memorial Union in honor of Black History Month.
According to CDI, “(t)he You in Mizzou program is designed to give MU students, faculty … Read the rest
Mizzou Online offers opportunity for students to take almost 600 courses online.
During the 2011-2012 academic year, roughly 6,000 MU students took courses online through the program Mizzou Online. Mizzou Online allows students to take courses that are typically offered … Read the rest
Campus Dining hosted the Grand Reopening of Mizzou Market – Hitt Street in the newly renovated Pershing Hall Tuesday, February 5th.
The celebration from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. offered free food and chances to win a Nintendo Wii, … Read the rest
Both Ravens and 49er’s fans gathered in the Shack to watch the Superbowl on the main projection screens. The event, put on by the Student Union Programming Board seemed like a foregone conclusion at the end of the first … Read the rest
About 150-200 people, including community members and Mizzou students, showed up at the Student Center for the seventh annual International Film Festival sponsored by the Central Missouri Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
Five films were shown telling inspiring stories from people … Read the rest
About 40 protestors marched from the Islamic Culture Center downtown Columbia to Hill Hall on Mizzou’s campus in protest of the possible hiring of Larry James, a military psychologist.
James is one of two candidates considered for the position of … Read the rest
Last Tuesday, the Student Unions Programming Board, an organization designed to encourage student involvement on campus, hosted the Flashback to the 90s event from 7 pm to 10 pm in the Shack. With the intention of being an evening free … Read the rest
On Saturday December 1, runners met at Memorial Union to run a free 5K in support of prostate cancer awareness. Called the ʺstache dashʺ many grew out facial hair for no shave november and ran for the cause, but facial … Read the rest
Students basked in the excitement of winter when they attended the Mizzou After Dark event Thursday November 30th 2012 in the Memorial Student Union. This event entitled the “The Winter Extravaganza” featured many winter and holiday themed activities such as … Read the rest
David Peacock, former president of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company shared his business story and experience with Mizzou students on Thursday November 29th 2012 in Bush Auditorium located in Cornell Hall. Peacock spoke as a part of Mizzou’s organization ProClaim (Professionals Claiming … Read the rest
Last Thursday, Editorial Director Joseph Odindo of the Nation Media Group based in Nairobi came to speak to MU students about the struggles African journalists face. The Nation Media Group is a coalition of African journalistic entities aimed at moving … Read the rest
Brian Adams is a lot of things: grad student, Iraq War Veteran, long-time sufferer of PTSD, as well as the founder of the Student Veteran’s Center organization. After joining the army, Adams was deployed to Germany for basic training, then … Read the rest
Byron Calame, a visiting business journalism professor, presented Monday in RJI on how The Wall Street Journal has changed under Rupert Murdoch. His 39-year career at the journal and relationships with current employees informed his outsider perspective, as his tenure … Read the rest
Stressbuster’s is a new organization on Mizzou’s campus. This is the first semester it has been actively hosting events for Mizzou students. This past week, they hosted one of their first promotional events which was offering free backrubs for any … Read the rest
The First Generation film documentary was narrated by a Golden Globe nominee, Blair Underwood. The film, ʺFirst Generationʺ highlights the story of four high school students, each with different life backgrounds and personalities. The film discusses their struggles in pursuing … Read the rest
Horror writing was the name of the game for this years paragraphics competition, as 22 teams submitted horror stories for the 2012 edition of this writing contest. Mizzou media teamed up with Adobe for the competition which required a collaboration … Read the rest
This Tuesday, the Diversity Center held Mizzou’s first Human Library event.
Starting back in 2001 in Denmark, the Human Library is exactly what it sounds like: people can come in and, instead of checking out books, they check out … Read the rest
It was one of the largest Halloween parties in Columbia, as Mizzou After Dark hosted a ʺSpooktacular and the Great Pumpkin Carvingʺ on October 30th, on the main floor at the MU student center. Over Five hundred MU students piled … Read the rest
This year marked the 101st Homecoming celebration at the University of Missouri, which is the birthplace of Homecoming. Several events led up to the game against Kentucky: decoration contests between residence halls; the annual blood drive that collected over … Read the rest
Last Thursday evening in the Shack, the Student Union Programing Board hosted Last Comic Standing, a stand-up competition between up-and-coming Mizzou comedians for a grand prize of $300. This year, there were three contestants: Justin Luke, Steve Sheehan, Dan Sheehan … Read the rest
Despite undesirable weather, the Mizzou farmer’s market proves successful
On Thursday, October 24, the Mizzou Wellness Resource Center staged their mid-semester farmer’s market on Lowry Mall. The market, which was comprised of local mid-Missouri farmers, was selling their products … Read the rest
Last Thursday in the Shack, the Student Union Programing Board hosted the first Pool Tournament this year. Started a few years ago by Mizzou students, this competition pitted sixteen serious pool players against each other for a $100 Visa Gift … Read the rest
Studying the virtual world revealed that online gender and race depictions influence offline perceptions of real people.
Lisa Behm-Morawitz, assistant professor in the Department of Communications, presented “Gender and Race in the Media: From the Virtual to the “Real” “ … Read the rest
On Friday October 5th, Mizzou After Dark and True Tigers teamed up to host ʺThe Up Late Tailgateʺ at Memorial Union North. There were many activities such as tailgating games like Cornhole, Football Toss, along with painting mini wooden footballs, … Read the rest
September 25, 2012
On Tuesday Stotler Lounge in the Memorial Student Union held the International Bazaar, an annual event sponsored by they MSA. The International Bazaar, took place from 11am-2pm, and gave Mizzou students and visitors the opportunity to not … Read the rest
October 1, 2012
Students gathered Monday night to watch a PBS documentary entitled Half the Sky. This film investigates the struggles of women worldwide. Several individual stories were told, each addressing issues specific to certain areas of the globe. Specific … Read the rest
September 29, 2012
Mizzou After Dark featured their event, Be a Kid Night, on Friday, September 31 in Memorial Union. There were crafts, food, and fun galore for Mizzou students to enjoy. Macaroni and cheese, cotton candy, and a … Read the rest
October 2, 2012
May 22, 2011. A fierce EF-5 tornado ripped through the heart of Joplin, Missouri, a town not far from our own safe haven of Columbia. This grotesque event impacted many people around the state, including Dr. … Read the rest
October 2, 2012
The National Institutes of Health reports that over 3.3 million college age students drive under the influence of alcohol each year, while many others become unintentionally injured or suffer death. These are just some of the … Read the rest
September 30, 2012
The Mizzou Pharmacy opened its doors for the first time on September 17th on the first floor at the MU Student Center, near the Mizzou Market. Operated by University Hospital, the new pharmacy will act as … Read the rest
September 29, 2012
The University of Missouri hosted it’s very first Art Symposium and Vocal Arts Fest this past Saturday. This event was geared towards undergraduate and graduate students who are involved with Vocal Arts. One of the main … Read the rest
September 28, 2012
Mizzou After Dark hosts fun, alcohol-free, evening parties for University of Missouri students. ʺBe A Kid Nightʺ was the theme of tonight’s party. The festivities included piggy bank painting, old school sand vases, chicken nuggets and … Read the rest
September 19, 2012-
Last Wednesday, Tigers Against Partisan Politics (TAPP) hosted a presentation on Saturday Night Live and Politics lead by political science professor Bill Horner. The event, hosted in conjunction with various groups such as the Honors College, … Read the rest
Steven Nagel’s story isn’t one where he was dreaming of being an astronaut since he was just a little kid. This is because when he was “real small there weren’t astronauts.” NASA’s astronaut program didn’t begin until … Read the rest
September 27, 2012
On Thursday, professors from every department met to discuss issues facing the University of Missouri. MU Advantages, a program geared toward interdisciplinary relations between faculty members and academic departments, meets several times a year at … Read the rest
On Friday, September 14, MU Business Student Organization CLIMB (Collaboration, Leadership
and Innovation for Missouri Business) held a Pitch and Presentation workshop at the Bond Life
Sciences Center. Among the highlights of the day included Breakout Sessions, Personal Mentoring,
Free … Read the rest
Sunday, April 22 -
Seth Meyers is taking over America one college campus at a time. The hilarious comedian stopped to talk to MUTV during his time at Mizzou.
Born in Evanston, Ill., Meyers has quickly become one of the … Read the rest
Wednesday, April 18 –
Nice weather and free food brought out a large portion of the student population to Lowry Mall on Wednesday, April 18.
The Mizzou Student Veteran Association and the Department of Student Life sponsored the event Operation … Read the rest
Monday, March 19 -
Seth Meyers is taking over America one college campus at a time and stopped to talk to us during his time at Mizzou.
Born in Evanston, Illinois, Meyers has quickly become one of the most influential … Read the rest
Friday, March 16 – Saturday, March 17 -
The ninth annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life hosted at the Mizzou Recreation Complex raised $80,041 over the weekend of March 16.
The funds raised support the society’s mission of saving … Read the rest
Michael Franzese, former mob boss, visits Mizzou.
Thursday, Feb. 9 -
Michael Franzese was one of the most powerful members of the mob in New York during the 60s. He was given such titles like, “The Prince of the Mafia.”… Read the rest
Mizzou recieves a replica of the MLK Memorial.
Wednesday, Jan. 25 –
Students, faculty and alumni gathered at the Missouri Theatre in downtown Columbia for a celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the man who helped make the … Read the rest
Located in the basement of the Student Center, the Women’s Center is just what it sounds like – a place for women, run by women.
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., students, staff, faculty or community members … Read the rest
The Wellness Resource center has been open since 1990 and is dedicated to helping students at MU ranging from nutrition consultants to the relaxation station. It has everything to fit students needs.
Located in the bottom floor of the student … Read the rest
23 News talks to Medal of Honor Winner Salvatore Giunta.
Wednesday, Nov. 9 -
Mizzou hosted a true American hero on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Army Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta is the first living recipient of the Medal of Honor since … Read the rest
Monday, Nov. 7 -
The University of Missouri announced on Nov. 6 that the University would be joining the Southeastern Conference on July 1, 2012.
Many know about the schools because of their football and basketball teams, but how many … Read the rest
Nicolas Berry, along with thousands of protesters in nearly 1,204 cities, is the 99 percent.
“We’re staying here until something changes,” Berry said.
Berry is referring to Occupy Columbia, a protest outside of the City Hall that began nearly two … Read the rest
Ready and waiting for Mizzou’s most dangerous outbreak, more than 500 players are registered to partake in this semester’s game of Human versus Zombies beginning Oct. 5.
Wednesday, Oct. 5 -
Students and staff at the University of Missouri are … Read the rest
23 News takes a look at what students think of Rollins Late Night .
A poli-sci student, a gamer, an athlete and a comedy show participant. All these students found themselves at Rollins Late Night around midnight on a Tuesday.… Read the rest
The centennial Homecoming Blood Drive collected 5,264 pints of blood, exceeding MU’s goal of 5,000 units.
Monday, Oct. 3 – Thursday, Oct. 6 -
This year’s Homecoming marks the 100th anniversary of the original homecoming, which means that the weekend … Read the rest
23 News gives you an inside look into MU’s family weekend.
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The weekend of September 16–18 marked MU’s annual Family Weekend, where parents and students are able to spend quality time together … Read the rest