Archive | September, 2015

Tailgaters 9-15-15

Jacob Seus and Jared Koller kick off the year with the very first 23Sports show of 2015/16, talking some NFL early season action and the MLB postseason picture.

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Campus Student Feature: Fashion Picks

By: Africa Baker
Sept. 24, 2015

As a college student, it’s easy to throw on sweats and t-shirts as the outfit of choice for the day (or week). However, there’s always that one person in your 8 a.m. that makes … Read the rest

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Trigger Warnings: Their Use (and Lack Thereof) in MU Classrooms

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Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Staff Writer

For some victims of traumatic experiences like sexual assault or abuse, triggers can be everywhere –  a documentary about rape, a graphic depiction of violence or even a certain sound or smell. Increasingly, people … Read the rest

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Park(ing) Day: Change for Columbia

On Friday, Sept. 18, a Columbia resident paints at a Blue Stem tent during Park(ing) Day in Columbia Mo. Pictured above was one of the many metered parking spaces transformed for the event.

By: Davis McCondichie
On Friday, Sept. 18, the residents of Columbia were treated to a brilliant display of innovative infrastructure known as Park(ing) Day. The event transformed Ninth Street parking spaces into public parks sponsored by local companies and artists. … Read the rest

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Campus Perspective: Pageant queen criticized for nursing profession monologue

By: Lindsey Wilkerson (@lindzwilkerson)

On Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, the Miss America pageant finals were held in Atlantic City, N.J. The top fifteen contestants performed a variety of talents from singing and dancing to reading monologues. Kelley Johnson, Miss Colorado, … Read the rest

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Good Morning Mizzou- September 20, 2015

This week on GMM, Matt and Will gave us the weather, Blake and Brian gave us a quick news update and restaurant review, we brought back The Biggest Chooser and had two freshman volleyball players on with a surprise at … Read the rest

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23News – September 23, 2015

Presidential candidates participate in the second GOP debate, students and drivers adjust to the new HAWK signals on College Avenue and MU’s Title IX office releases its first report. All that and more on this week’s episode of 23News!

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Volleyball: Tigers shocked by SLU in straight sets

Mercedes Mackay, 23 Sports

Wednesday, September 24-

Despite junior Carly Kan being named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and the Tigers 12-1 outstanding record, they could not catch a break against the fiery St. Louis Billikens on the road.… Read the rest

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Women’s golf: Tigers victorious at Lady Paladin Invitational

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Adrian Aguilar, 23 Sports

Wednesday, September 23–

Senior Michelle Butler and Junior Jessica Meek lead the Tigers to their first away tournament victory since 2013 at the Lady Paladin Invitational in Greenville, South Carolina, hosted by Furman University.

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Republican Presidential Candidates Participate in Second GOP Debate

 

Hannah Archambault, 23News Staff Writer

The GOP held its second presidential debate on Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. in the Reagan Library. This debate was hosted and broadcasted by CNN. If you weren’t able to watch or you couldn’t … Read the rest

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