Archive | February, 2017

Mizzou track takes on the SEC Indoor Championships

Mitchell Soell, 23 Sports

Sunday, February 26—

Mizzou track and field made their way to Nashville this past weekend to compete in the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships. While there were a lot of accolades this weekend, day one … Read the rest

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Hughes breaks out in loss to Ole Miss

Kyle Hay, 23 Sports

Saturday, February27–

The Missouri Tigers took on the Ole Miss Rebels at The Pavilion in Oxford, Mississippi on Saturday afternoon. After a tough loss to the Kentucky Wildcats in which the Tigers played some of their … Read the rest

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Mizzou gymnasts fall to Florida despite valiant performance

Jameshia Sumlin, 23 Sports

Saturday, February 25–

The No. 13 Missouri gymnastics team recorded the sixth-highest team score in program history as the team received a 196.750 at No. 3 Florida on Friday night in Gainesville, Florida. Despite losing to … Read the rest

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Mizzou softball earns comeback win against tough Washington team

Chelsea Roemer, 23 Sports

Friday, February 24–

No. 20 Missouri softball put on a show against No. 7 Washington on Friday, making a thrilling 9-5 comeback in day two of the 2017 Mary Nutter Classic preseason tournament. The Huskies jumped … Read the rest

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Red hot Mizzou baseball handles Houston

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports

Friday, February 24–

The Missouri Tigers baseball team picked up their first victory over a ranked opponent this season when they defeated the No. 25 Houston Cougars 4-2 on Friday. It was the fifth victory in … Read the rest

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Community supports Café Berlin after a break-in

By Tashfia Parvez and Celine Pence

Café Berlin, a popular brunch restaurant in downtown Columbia, was vandalized overnight on January 15, 2017.

The damages included cut cables used to plug in refrigerators and dishwashers. There were also smashed windows, spilled Read the rest

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40 Days For Life Holds Anti-Abortion Rally

By Adedayo Akala, 23News Reporter

The organization 40 Days for Life held an anti-abortion rally in front of the Planned Parenthood, on Feb. 11. Supporters of Planned Parenthood formed a counter protest to show their support of federal funding for Read the rest

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Payton Head Speaks About Black Leadership at MU

by Victoria Kuz

Former Missouri Students Association president Payton Head returned to campus to deliver a Black History Month keynote address on leadership and its challenges on Monday night, Feb. 20.

Head was president of the Missouri Students Association from Read the rest

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Pilot Program Allows Students to Transfer Swipes to Tiger Pantry

Tiger Pantry was founded in 2012, according to their website. By Olivia Gerling and Sam Mosher

Forty-eight percent of college students reported food insecurity in the past 30 days, according to a survey of nearly 4,000 students.

Tiger Pantry began a pilot program this year to help students with food Read the rest

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E23 – Feb. 23, 2017

E23 talks Oscars in this weeks episode.

This week’s episode of E23 features all things film as we look forward to the 2017 Oscars! Also, in a special edition of Spare the Skip Ian Teoh and Tre Warfield debate who is the better artist: Beyoncé or Taylor … Read the rest

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