Archive | March, 2014

Good Morning Mizzou – March 19, 2014


MU’s Antlers got national coverage on ESPN, a New York fashion designer was found dead after an apparent suicide, and Phil Jackson is back in baseball. Tune into this week’s Good Morning Mizzou for the more of the latest headlines Read the rest

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Brown, Ross and Clarkson Combine For 61 as Mizzou Dispatches Davidson

By Tyler Murry, 23 Sports

Tuesday, March 18-

The No. 2 Missouri men’s basketball team topped No. 7 Davidson in the first round of the National Invitational Tournament. Mizzou’s trio of Jabari Brown, Earnest Ross and Jordan Clarkson combined for … Read the rest

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Good Morning Mizzou – March 11, 2014


JA couple on their honeymoon got into a drunken fight on the flight, NFL free agency began, and Frank Ocean has settled his lawsuit with Chipotle. Tune into this week’s Good Morning Mizzou for the more of the latest headlines Read the rest

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Mizzou Tennis Cannot Close Out Arkansas

 

By Claire Taylor, 23 Sports

Monday, March 17-

The Mizzou tennis team thought it had sealed a victory after jumping out to a 3-0 lead, but the Tigers would lose their final four singles matches, giving Arkansas the 4-3 … Read the rest

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“Fifty Shades of Red” Described the Origin of Color in Space

Natasha Brewer – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer

Cosmos, nebulas and stars were examined during Dr. Angela Speck’s lecture on Monday titled “Fifty Shades of Red.” Her lecture took place in Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union and was a part … Read the rest

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Students Honored Veterans at Book Reading

Shaan Chadha – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer

On Thursday, March 12, the Mizzou Veteran’s Center and The State Historical Society of Missouri worked together to host a book reading event, featuring excerpts from the anthology “Proud To Be: Writing … Read the rest

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Mizzou Softball Drops Tight Series to Kentucky

By Tyler Murry, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 15-

After cruising to a 7-2 win against Kentucky on Friday, Missouri dropped Saturday’s doubleheader 2-7, 3-8.  Despite two losing efforts, Mizzou’s Taylor Gadbois and Emily Crane were strong in the series, combining … Read the rest

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Florida Rips Mizzou Gymnastics on Senior Night

By Amanda Henderson, 23 Sports

Friday, March 14

In a close battle on senior night, the Missouri women’s gymnastics team fell to No. 3 Florida 198.200 to 194.300. This meet was the final time seniors Cathryn Aliceaacosta and Mackenzie McGill … Read the rest

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Ha Ha Tonka Performs at the Blue Note

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E23 -March 10, 2014

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