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

UM System Announces New MU Chancellor

UM System Announces New MU Chancellor

By Daniel Perreault, 23News Executive Producer and Isabel Lohman, 23News Digital Director

UM System President Mun Choi announced Alexander Cartwright as the new chancellor for MU.

“Dr. Cartwright is joining the University of Missouri-Columbia at a pivotal time in our … Read the rest

The executives of E23 debate X-Men, awards shows and Avatar.

E23’s Table Talk- April 30, 2017

This week on E23’s Table Talk interim host Sam Mosher moderates a series of debates between executive producer Nnamdi Egwuonwu and technical producer Davis McCondichie in the final episode of this season of Table Talk. The debates include X-Men movies, … Read the rest

Davis McCondichie explains why "Casablanca" is considered one of the greatest films of all time on this week's E23.

E23- April 27, 2017

On this week’s E23, Africa Baker and Nnamdi Egwuonwu deliver the latest news on Fox News, the Trump family and Kendrick Lamar. Cameron Flatt gives us his most anticipated movies for the summer of 2017. Davis McCondichie explains why “Casablanca” … Read the rest

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23News April 26, 2017

This week on 23News, we delve into MU’s plan to divest from fossil fuels. We also sit down with PHA’s Vice President of Risk Management, Ashley Norris, to learn more about the new Safe Sisters program.

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LGBTQ Students Face Higher Rates of Harrassment

Due to an error, this article was not posted until August 11, 2017. It had originally been created for November 10, 2017.

By Tashfia Parvez and Isabel Lohman

LGBTQ students at MU face higher rates of harassment compared to their Read the rest

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MU Professor Studies Asian International Students’ Sense of Belonging on Campus

Due to an error, this article was not posted until August 11, 2017. It had originally been created for November 16, 2017.

By Tashfia Parvez

There are more than a million international students studying in the United States, according to Read the rest

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Residence Halls Available for Guest Reservation Won’t Offer Wifi

By Shoshana Dubnow, 23News Director

MU will not be providing wifi services to guests who book a room in the residence halls.

When Vice Chancellor for Operations Gary Ward announced the initiative at the UM Board of Curators meeting on Read the rest

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Five Tips to Survive Summer Welcome

By Nicole Harrington, 23News Reporter

Summer Welcome is super exciting although it can be a bit intimidating as well. You want to get the most out of this experience and leave feeling like you can call MU your home. But Read the rest

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Leadership Changes at MU

By Kaleigh Feldkamp, 23News Reporter
Throughout the 2016-2017 school year, MU has undergone various leadership changes in different administrative positions. Follow along with our timeline to see all of the changes in chronological order.
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Why the Writers Guild Strike Matters

Picture of the Writer Guild of America strike.

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Technical Producer

Picture this: You sit down to watch your favorite show on HBO. You browse through HBO GO searching for it. The new season was supposed to debut today, but you cannot seem to find … Read the rest

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