This week on 23News we take a look at the federal work study program. We also see how MU is changing signs for a more positive view of students with different abilities. Stay Tuned!
Take a look at our special edition of 23News where we cover the presidential debate. Our reporters went to Washington University last Sunday and talked to students about their thoughts. They will also recap some of the most important moments in the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Stay Tuned!
This week on 23News we take a look at MU’s better preferred name policy. We learn more about Citizenship@Mizzou, a new requirement for freshman. Then we see the artistic side of MU with Poetry in the Park. Stay Tuned!
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!
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. “They’re using aggression as a form of communication,” Rose said. Rose studies bullying in relation to […]
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. Brought to MU students by the Missouri Students Association, Food Truck Friday encouraged students and staff to try something different from their regular meal plans. The location […]
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 campus, is a collaboration between MU staff and the Heart of Missouri United Way. “The […]
By Emily Powers, 23News Reporter MU student Lex Ditaway’s blog Meditated Melanin comes with a disclaimer. “This is not a place for sugarcoating; this is a place for telling you what you probably already know, but need to be told again,” Ditaway said in a post on her blog. “This is your disclaimer. If you […]
This week on 23News we take a look at the MSA auxiliary, Stripes. We get down and dirty for planting season at Jefferson Farms. And we look at a new entrepreneur who makes rice out of his dorm room. Stay Tuned!
This week on 23News we look at how Homecoming has changed since it’s start over 100 years ago. We talk about how MSA is starting a new chapter in the fight against textbook costs. And we ask Emily Gallion from the Maneater about the real value of the the Tiger Plan. Stay Tuned.