Archive | February, 2013

Review: ‘Les Miserables’

Tuesday, Feb. 5-

As majestic as it is monotonous, the movie-musical “Les Misérables” is a powerful rendition of a 19th century literary masterpiece that is more bitter than sweet.

Though some swear by the long-lived adage to never judge a … Read the rest

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‘The Carries Diaries’ Recap: ‘Fright Night’

Tuesday, Feb. 5-

This week’s episode of “The Carrie Diaries” was full of crazy costumes, scary movies and creepy ’80s tunes. The setting? A couple of rockin’ Halloween parties. Young Carrie Bradshaw grabbed her best guy friend, Walt, and hit … Read the rest

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Super Bowl with Super Surprises!

 

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

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Lady Tigers Upset No. 9 Tennessee Behind Scorching Second Half

Jenna Baker gives you all the highlights of Mizzou women’s basketball’s huge upset over the 9th ranked Tennessee Volunteers.

Sunday, Feb. 3-

After getting pummeled by more than 40 points in Knoxville, Tenn., on Jan. 10, the Missouri women’s basketball … Read the rest

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Review: ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’

Saturday, Feb. 2-

The Bathtub was a place of personal triumph of the race of men and women who did not want to be held back by the rules society placed upon them. This same Bathtub, set in Louisiana just … Read the rest

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Bell, Ross Lead Mizzou Over Auburn

Sam Snow brings you all the action from Missouri men’s basketball’s showdown with the Auburn Tigers.

Saturday, Feb. 2-

The Missouri Tigers bounced back from a lackluster performance at LSU with a 91-77 victory over Auburn at Mizzou Arena. Much … Read the rest

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Films from Around the World

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

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Porter Topples No. 1 Opponent, Mizzou Wrestling Falls to No. 2 OSU

Ryan Peraino and Avery Franklin team up to cover the Beauty and the Beast event at the Hearnes Center for Mizzou. 5th ranked Missouri wrestling battled 2nd ranked Oklahoma State, while Missouri gymnastics took on the 17th ranked Auburn Tigers. Read the rest

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Mizzou Wrestling Steamrolls No. 22 Oklahoma

Nick Hehemann recaps the wrestling match between two of the best teams in the country, No. 5 Missouri and No. 12 Oklahoma.

Saturday, Feb. 3-

The No. 5 Missouri wrestling team returned to action as the Tigers defeated No. 22 … Read the rest

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Swimming Teams Wrap Up Tiger Invite

Saturday, Feb. 2

The Missouri men’s and women’s swimming teams finished competition at the Tiger Invitational with a splash on Saturday. The meet was more of a mental tune up for the Tigers, as they are idle up until the … Read the rest

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