Archive | October, 2016

Missouri Women’s Golf drives home the season’s first win

Logan Ball, 23 Sports

Tuesday, October 4—

As the host of the Johnie Imes Invitational, the Tigers not only hosted but won the invitational for the third straight year.

After a sixth place finish in Greenville, South Carolina last week, … Read the rest

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How much of the world do you really know?

By Adianis Contreras, E23 Reporter

Your day takes a turn for the worse when you stain your favorite shirt. You wash it and throw it in the dryer, but then you realize… the dryer shrunk your favorite shirt! To make … Read the rest

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The Three Best Shows on Netflix

By Ashli Ellerman, E23 reporter

We’ve all been there. The Netflix slump. You just finished the last episode of the last season of a show you’ve been obsessing over for months. You feel the sadness begin to creep up on … Read the rest

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Mizzou Volleyball too strong for LSU

Nathalie Jones, 23 Sports

Sunday, October 2—

Continuing on their recent winning streak, the Tigers dominated LSU with a 3-0 [25-17, 25-14, 25-23] victory. Mizzou is now on an eight-game winning streak, including five consecutive sweeps.

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MU Theatre’s “Death of a Salesman” is a sublime tragedy

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller is a work so familiar that hearing its name might even breed a sense of apathy due to its ubiquity. First premiering in 1949 in the wake of … Read the rest

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Mizzou Cross Country runs over competition at Chile Pepper Festival

Logan Ball, 23 Sports

Saturday, October 1—

In Mizzou Cross Country’s third meet of the season, both the men and women finished with their best results of the season.

The men ran very well, earning third place, but it was … Read the rest

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Mizzou Volleyball wins seventh straight

Jameshia Sumlin, 23 Sports

Saturday, October 1—

Arkansas got caught in the midst of Mizzou Volleyball’s hot streak as the Tigers earned a 3-0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-17) victory in the Southeastern Conference. Mizzou has a seven-match winning streak including four … Read the rest

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Six rushing touchdowns propel LSU to rout over Missouri

Samuel Corman, 23 Sports

Sunday, October 2—

The post-Les Miles era at LSU started with a statement as the Tigers pounded Mizzou out of Death Valley with a 42-7 victory on Saturday night.
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Luke Cage is ‘Sweet Christmas’ in October

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By Jacob Douglas, E23 Reporter

Marvel has done it again, but should we be surprised at this point? Luke Cage is the perfect blend of the classic gritty crime drama we have seen in Daredevil and Jessica Jones, with a … Read the rest

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Missouri Soccer loses a close one to 20th ranked Auburn

Max Arnold, 23 Sports

Friday, September 30—

The Missouri soccer team was defeated by the Auburn Tigers 1-0, who are currently ranked 20th in the nation. The match was hosted at the AU Soccer Complex in Auburn, Alabama at 7:00 … Read the rest

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