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International food bazaar brings the munchies from far away lands

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 to your ever expanding list of obligations). On the afternoon of Tuesday, September 28, however, […]

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 if you’re a lonely freshman missing familiar faces from home. With that in mind, here’s […]

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 unique perspective of crimes. The former, however, ended in 2010 and the latter ended 2011. […]

Five delicious treats for the fall season

By Eileen Sheeran, E23 Reporter The most wonderful season is upon us, y’all! The blistering heat is slowly receding and being replaced by darker colors, falling leaves and, of course, delicious treats. When you think of fall some trademark thoughts probably pop into your mind, such as Halloween–pumpkins & haunted houses or Thanksgiving–turkeys & cornucopias. […]

Sustainapalooza reminds us how going green is a cool thing

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter Hosted by Mizzou’s Sustainability Office and sponsored by the Environmental Leadership office, Sustainapalooza was held on the 20th September from 10am – 4pm on the Kuhlman Court just outside the Student’s center on a blazingly hot afternoon. Awkward to say and even more awkward to spell, the event promised to […]

Emmys Red Carpet: A Successful Night for Fashion

By Lucy Reis, E23 Reporter “The People v. O.J. Simpson” swept five of the Emmy categories on Sunday night at the 68th Emmy Awards. However, it was the red carpet before the presentation that really stole the show. While sunlight scorched Los Angeles, this year’s couture choices were some of the best in Emmy history. In […]

“All Eyes on Me” Trailer Review

By Noah McGee, E23 Reporter Notorious BIG, NWA, 50 Cent, Eminem. Many biopics have been done on famous and legendary rappers. But I think that this one has been the most anticipated and sought after. The second trailer for “All Eyes on Me” released recently and it is getting everyone in and out of Hip […]

Emmy Predictions 2016

By Shashank Nambi, E23 Reporter The Emmy’s are right around the corner, and the competition has never been so fierce. Here are my picks for all the major categories come Sunday night. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series The Nominees: Anna Chulmsky- “Veep” Gaby Hoffman- “Transparent” Allison Janney- “Mom” Judith Light- “Transparent” Kate McKinnon- […]

E23 on the Beat: Chrome Sparks

By Ito Amayo, E23 Reporter Chrome Sparks, the solo project of musical artist Jeremy Malvin, creates indie electronic music that is off the chain! I had the pleasure to speak with Chrome Sparks on Sept. 16th over the phone for about 10 minutes, and it was, of course, pretty cool. I asked a lot in […]

And your 2017 Miss America is…

By Bailey Pierson, E23 Reporter In hopes of becoming the next Miss America, 52 women waited in complete fear listening for their names to be called to perform. One of whom was our very own Miss Missouri Erin O’Flaherty, who is the first openly lesbian contestant in the history of the pageant. O’Flaherty came out […]