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23News Sept. 20, 2017

This week on 23News, Veronica Mohesky and Zoey Shedd discuss the eruption of protests in St. Louis. Other topics include Green Dot Day and the It’s Happened Exhibit that addresses the reality of sexual assault on campus. Brian Woods sits … Read the rest

Josie Clark on E23's Countdown

E23- September 14, 2017

This week on E23, John Messer talks about Hurricane Irma, John Woo, and Snoop Dog’s Columbia concert. Josie Clark lets us in on the top five Taylor Swift’s that are dead. Bryce Cross and Nathan Ford talk about their most … Read the rest

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23News Sept. 13, 2017

This week on 23News, Michael Van Shoik and Taylor Peterson talk about the ruling from a Boone County Intellectual Property case as well as the football traditions of MU’s biggest football fans. Veronica Mohesky sits down with Mitchell Stoell from … Read the rest

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23News Sept. 6, 2017

On this week’s episode of 23News, Annabel Thorp and Richard Komendanchik discuss the changes in student charge use as well as the reaction of administration after the removal of DACA. You’ll also get a recap of what you missed over … Read the rest

Choi announces new system-wide effort to promote open educational resources

Choi announces new system-wide effort to promote open educational resources

Aviva Okeson-Haberman, MUTV General Manager

UM System President Mun Choi announced a system-wide effort to promote open educational resources in an event held at MU’s bookstore on June 21.

Choi said ten courses throughout the UM system will use open Read the rest

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The Poetic Risk: “mother!” Review

"Cinema Reel" logo. Cinema Reel is the title for Jonathon Potochnic's review column.

By Jonathon Potochnic

A young man finds himself toiling away at his job just like every other Friday. A slow Friday he finds himself in. He has an article to write, a movie review that is, but his job keeps Read the rest

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Heritage Festival showcases Missouri history

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By Skyler Navarro

The 40th Annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show was hosted this past weekend by the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department at Nifong Park.

Through carnival-style food, engaging activities, demonstrations of lost arts, storytelling and performances, the Annual Read the rest

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Missouri Soccer Extends Win Streak Against Albany

Evan Hatmaker, 23 Sports

On September 18th the Tigers hosted Albany at Walton stadium. The Tigers were in impressive form, looking to add another victory to their recent string of matches, beating San Diego 2-1 on September 10th and then … Read the rest

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Mizzou tennis has tough time in season opening tournament

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Reporter

The Mizzou tennis season got off to a rough start this weekend at The Puerto Rico Fall Classic, with the Tigers falling in six of their nine doubles contests against Vanderbilt, Georgia, and Clemson, and … Read the rest

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Absurdly Generic: “American Assassin” Review

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By John Messer

Minor spoilers follow for “American Assassin”.

Michael Cuesta’s “American Assassin” released this weekend to little fanfare and even less critical praise.

The movie maintains a run-of-the-mill military thriller plot, and action scenes that are equal parts lazy Read the rest

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Good Morning Mizzou – September 18, 2017

Serena is on the entertainment roundup and Alexis brings us the weather on this week’s edition of Good Morning Mizzou!

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