Archive | September, 2017

MU students bring Peanuts to life in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Charlie Brown stands on stage with Snoopy and other Peanuts characters as they fly kites.

By Rachel Zalucki

MU Theatre’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” nearly brought me to tears with their spot-on rendition of a nostalgic masterpiece.

As a child, my first experience with musical theater was “You’re a Good Man, Read the rest

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Starboy shines bright on a cloudy September night

By Joseph Hernandez

R&B superstar The Weeknd brought phase 2 of his “Legend of the Fall” arena tour to the Sprint Center. The Tuesday concert marked the first time he performed in Kansas City, and judging by the crowd’s excitement, … Read the rest

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E23- September 28, 2017

This week on E23, Ashley Jones talks about the NFL kneeling during the National Anthem, Trump’s White House invitation and Steph Curry’s rejection during Headlines. Resident music critic Deja Blue lets you know why you should Spare the Skip with … Read the rest

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23News Sept. 27, 2017

Annabel Thorpe and Madison Wright discuss Title IX regulations on college campuses across the country, as well as MU’s newest scholarship. We’ll also visit Noah Culpepper who is live right outside of the MSA Senate session. All this and more … Read the rest

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MU celebrates International Day with parade and bazaar

By Janelle Finch

Adorned by 30 flags from around the world, Carnahan Quadrangle was set for International Day.

The University of Missouri held its ninth annual International Day Wednesday, beginning with the International Flag Parade and followed by the International Read the rest

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Local Food Bank Participates in Hunger Action Month

Lexi Crowder, 23News Reporter and Zoe Shedd, 23News Reporter

The Food Bank of Northeast & Central Missouri contributed to September’s Hunger Action Month.

The food bank holds membership in Feeding America. This allows the food bank to work with “manufacturers, Read the rest

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SEC Power Rankings Week Four

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

*NOTE: This power ranking isn’t necessarily just about ranking the best teams in the SEC 1-14. It’s also about who has and who hasn’t been impressive, and who is putting it together.

1.Alabama-

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Mizzou Volleyball Gets First SEC Win of Season at Texas A&M

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Reporter

The Missouri Tiger volleyball team rebounded from their SEC opening loss to Kentucky with a 3-1 win over Texas A&M in College Station on Sunday, earning the Tigers their first SEC victory of the year. … Read the rest

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Tiger Soccer Trampled in SEC Match

Hank Noah, 23Sports

The Missouri Tigers hosted the Texas A&M Aggies Friday night at Audrey J. Walton Stadium. The Aggies came into the game carrying momentum after beating the number six ranked Florida Gators their last time out. In the … Read the rest

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Macklemore, “Gemini” Review

Macklemore stands at a microphone

By Ashley Jones

Macklemore’s newest so-called solo album has only one track that is solely him. The rest of the songs on “Gemini” vary in decency.

This is Macklemore’s second solo studio album created without his usual musical companion Ryan Read the rest

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