Archive | February, 2013

Two Tigers Bring Home Hardware From Husker Invitational

Saturday, Feb. 2-

Two sophomores brought home medals as the Tiger track team finished up competition in the Husker Invitational. Kearsten Peoples took second and Mitch Hatten took third in their respective events on Saturday.

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’30 Rock’ Series Finale: Fey Moves On

Friday, Feb. 1-

All right, nerds! As far as series finales go, last night’s episode of “30 Rock” did everything right. They doubled the show time, brought in a bunch of past guest stars, and successfully gave a happy ending … Read the rest

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Haarklau, Whitson Highlight Husker Invite Day One

Friday, Feb. 2-

The Missouri men’s and women’s track teams sprinted out of the gates on Friday as they took part in Day One of the Husker Invitational in Lincoln, Neb. The University of Nebraska hosted the indoor event, which … Read the rest

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Gaytan-Leach, Mizzou Tennis Holds Off Princeton

Saturday, Feb. 2-

With former tennis great, Helen Wilson, on its minds, the No. 52 Missouri tennis team defeated the Princeton Tigers 4-3 on Saturday.

During halftime of the Missouri basketball game, Wilson and other former student-athletes were inducted into … Read the rest

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Protest Against Hiring Decisions of the College of Education

About 40 protestors marched from the Islamic Culture Center downtown Columbia to Hill Hall on Mizzou’s campus in protest of the possible hiring of Larry James, a military psychologist.
James is one of two candidates considered for the position of … Read the rest

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Missouri Tennis Squeaks Out Win Over Akron

Friday, Feb. 2-

The University of Missouri’s No. 54 women’s tennis team left LaTuchie Tennis Center, home to the Akron Zips, with sighs of relief after squeaking out a 4-3 win over its hosting competitors.

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Tiger Swimming Hosts Invite

Mary Kate Burgess brings you all the action as the Missouri swimming and diving teams go right into the Tiger Invitational at Mizzou Aquatic Center.

Friday, Feb. 1-

Sophomore Igor Kozlovskij was victorious and clocked in his best time of … Read the rest

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Mizzou Gymnastics Falls at Beauty and the Beast

Friday, Feb. 1-

While the Beauty and the Beast competition broke records in some areas for Missouri Friday night, the gymnastics team didn’t quite stick the landing.

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Review: ‘Moonrise Kingdom’

Friday, Feb. 1 –

“Moonrise Kingdom” is an utterly fantastic indie, romantic comedy that follows the relationship of two eccentric twelve-year-olds who fall in love on the fictitious island of New Penzance.

After sneaking backstage during a theatrical reenactment of … Read the rest

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