Archive | December, 2016

Missouri women’s basketball seniors shine against Wichita State

Nathalie Jones, 23 Sports

Saturday, December 10—

Missouri women’s basketball (8-3) faced off against Wichita State (3-5) at Mizzou Arena Friday. Although the Tigers had a slow start in the first half, they were able to clinch the game through … Read the rest

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Mizzou wrestling loses for first time this season

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports

Thursday, December 8—

A historic top five match took place in Columbus, and it wasn’t on the gridiron. The Ohio State wrestling team, ranked number four in the country, played host to the number five Missouri Read the rest

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Mizzou women’s basketball regains its mojo against SIUE

Mizzou women’s basketball regains its mojo against SIUE

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Erik Kase, 23 Sports

Wednesday, December 5—

Looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss to IUPUI Sunday, the Missouri women’s basketball team (7-3) came out shooting on their way to 72-60 win over the SIU-Edwardsville … Read the rest

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Jackson Katz calls men to action in the fight against sexual violence

Katz’s TED Talk, titled “Violence Against Women- It’s a Men’s Issue,” has received over a 1,600,000 views on YouTube.By Sam Mosher, 23News Reporter

One in five women is sexually assaulted while attending college, according to a 2015 study by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. Over 90 percent of these victims do not report the sexual assault … Read the rest

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Student Health Center recommends third MMR vaccine amid mumps outbreak

Student Health Center recommends third MMR vaccine amid mumps outbreak

By Tyler Infinger, 23News Reporter

The vast majority of students who contracted the mumps virus are no longer contagious, according to the Student Health Center’s website.

Since the start of the semester, there have been 193 confirmed or probable … Read the rest

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The Career Center provides resources for students looking to learn about career exploration, internships and jobs.

By Shoshana Dubnow and Isabel Lohman

College is a time of self-discovery and growth, but after four years at MU there’s one thing students probably want—a job.

That’s where the Career Center comes in. The center exists to empower “students … Read the rest

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Kanye on the road to recovery after time spent in UCLA hospital

By Briahna Martin, E23 Reporter

Kanye West has always come with the fire beats and crazy lyrics but his recent trip to the emergency room and sporatic events has us all questioning his mental capacity.

The “Famous” rapper was admitted … Read the rest

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23News Dec. 11, 2016

This week on 23News, we examine the recent increase in mumps cases at MU. We interview two representatives from the Career Center and we get acquainted with the new UM System President.

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Mizzou men’s basketball surges to win over Miami RedHawks

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports

Tuesday, December 6—

The Missouri Tigers scored their second consecutive win at home Monday night. It was their second time this year collecting two wins in a row and the most points that they had scored Read the rest

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Delta Upsilon suspends MU chapter for violating state law

By Daniel Perreault, 23News Reporter

The Delta Upsilon International Fraternity board of directors suspended its Missouri Chapter, according to a press release.

The suspension comes after “repeated violations of Fraternity and university policy and state law,” according to the press … Read the rest

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