Archive | February, 2016

New episodes return with midseason premieres

By Mayela Urizar, E23 Reporter

With a new semester comes a new season of all the shows I’ve been waiting for. The only thing harder than keeping up with new classes is keeping up with brand new episodes of beloved … Read the rest

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“Grease: Live!” is the live musical you want

By Kayla Johnson, E23 Reporter

Initially, when I heard that Fox would be doing a live televised production of the 1978 classic, I had my presumptions. It was not long after NBC’s impressive live production of “The Wiz” when I … Read the rest

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Top five drinks to help you survive the wacky winter weather

By Haley Broughton, E23 Reporter

Since I was born in South Dakota and raised in the Chicagoland suburbs, I would go as far as to say I’m an expert on the cold. Cold-expert? Coldspert? Colbert? I must admit, however, I’ve … Read the rest

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E23 on the beat: Violet and the Undercurrents

By Haley Broughton, E23 Reporter

Local indie rock-folk band Violet and the Undercurrents recently played at Rose Music Hall, a venue defined by the genuine artists who play there. The band’s latest album, “WAVES,” was released in 2014, and according … Read the rest

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Sia’s “This Is Acting” showcases songs originally written for other artists

By Sara Nelson, E23 Reporter

On Jan. 29 at midnight, the iconic artist released her latest album, “This Is Acting,” an album based off an interesting concept. She initially wrote the songs featured on the album for other artists to … Read the rest

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Ex-Alabama receiver transfers to Missouri

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Thomas Maurer, 23 Sports

Monday, February 1-

Big news for Mizzou football fans this evening as the team announced ex-University of Alabama wide receiver Chris Black will transfer to the University of Missouri.

Coming out of high school in Jacksonville, … Read the rest

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Good Morning Mizzou – January 31, 2016

 

Good Morning Mizzou is back and better this semester! This first week back, we have a great Super Bowl recipe, your weather forecast and much more, so check it out!

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No. 22 Tigers shake off first half woes in win over Ole Miss

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Brendan Lavell, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 31—

The 22nd-ranked Missouri women’s basketball team improved to 18-4 (5-4 SEC) with a 60-46 win over Ole Miss on Sunday. The Rebels dropped to 10-11 (2-6 SEC) on the season. The game was … Read the rest

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Wrestling: No. 5 Tigers continue dominance in rout of Old Dominion on Senior Day

University of Missouri. Wrestling. Hearnes Center. Senior Day. Coach Brian Smith. Chancellor Bowen Loftin. On an afternoon where the seniors were honored, it was a true freshman that turned the tide Sunday as the No. 10 Missouri Tigers (9-2, 6-1) defeated Old Dominion (8-9, 4-3), 21-9. Head Coach Brian Smith recorded his 200th career win as the Tigers remain a perfect 8-0-1 all-time against the Monarchs.

Thomas Maurer, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 31-

Just one day after the No. 5 Missouri Tigers throttled No. 12 Oklahoma at home, the Tigers displayed their dominance once again with a 29-6 win over Old Dominion. It was the Tigers … Read the rest

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