Archive | March, 2016

Rosburg reflects on Mizzou tenure as college career winds down

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Andrew Carlson, 23 Sports

Thursday, March 3—

Senior Ryan Rosburg was the center of attention at Mizzou men’s basketball media day on Thursday, as this Saturday’s contest against Florida will be his last playing with the program.

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What to see at True/False Film Fest

By Zach Sayer, E23 Reporter

True/False Film Fest

The annual True/False Film Fest will celebrate its 12th year with a not surprisingly extravagant lineup of films.

However, with more than 40 feature-length films and a long list of musical acts, this exciting cultural … Read the rest

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Mizzou shuts out Arkansas-Pine Bluff for Opening Day win

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Brian Consiglio, 23 sports

Wednesday, March 2—

Mizzou baseball defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 2-0, in the Tigers’ home opener at Taylor Stadium. After starting the preseason 7-2 on an 11-day road trip in Florida, the Tigers returned home to Columbia for … Read the rest

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23News- March 2, 2016

This week on 23News we discuss the Racism Lives Here protest, the Residence Hall Association presidential election and much more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mizzou erases 22-point lead, still loses

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Brendan Lavell, 23 Sports

Tuesday, March 1—

Despite falling behind 46-24 at halftime Tuesday night, Missouri pulled within three points before losing to LSU 80-71. The game, held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was Mizzou’s final road contest of the year.… Read the rest

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Women’s Hoops: Three Tigers receive SEC recognition

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Brad Smith, 23 Sports

Tuesday, March 1—

Three members of the Missouri Tigers women’s basketball team earned All-SEC recognition for their outstanding play throughout the season, the league announced Tuesday.

Standout freshman guard Sophie Cunningham, junior forward Jordan Frericks and … Read the rest

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The 1975 is back and better than ever with a new album

By Korl Cusick, E23 Reporter

I definitely dig this new “pop” sound of “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It,” transforming teen angst into something bubbly. Instead of wanting to be … Read the rest

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The Oscars go from controversial to predictable

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Reporter

Well, Hannibal from the “A-Team” may love it when a plan comes together, but for fans of the Oscars, the way all the plans came together for the award show made for a long, dragging … Read the rest

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Ars Nova Singers perform at Campus Lutheran Church

By Korl Cusick, E23 Reporter

On Feb. 25, the Ars Nova Singers did its annual performance at Campus Lutheran Church. They are a volunteer group formed through the university, which makes it hard to meet up for rehearsals. They only … Read the rest

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Van Ella does burlesque at the Blue Note with a twist

By Haley Broughton, E23 Reporter

Lola Van Ella of Van Ella studios- based in St. Louis- produced and performed in a burlesque show at the Blue Note this past Friday. Van Ella added a masquerade ball theme to the performance.… Read the rest

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