Archive | September, 2017

What’s New at Mizzou: The Restaurants at Southwest, a must try

By Katie Cross, GMM reporter

Out with the old, in with the new. As sophomores and upperclassmen mourn the loss of Dobbs, freshmen gladly open their arms to the new dining hall, Southwest. Connected to New Hall, Southwest dining hall Read the rest

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First Friday’s Art Crawl Showcases Local Talent

By Cross Vitale, GMM Reporter

First Fridays is a monthly art crawl held in Columbia’s North Village Arts District on the first Friday of every month from 6 to 9pm. Local businesses and venues open up their doors for a … Read the rest

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Stanton Eyes History (MLB Column)

Benjamin Clanin, 23 Sports

Standing in the batter’s box at an intimidating 6 feet 6 inches, weighing in at a staggering 246 pounds, and averaging 32.5 home runs per season, Giancarlo Stanton is the epitome of a Major League power … Read the rest

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Tiger Volleyball Drops Finale of Boise Invitational

Caroline Rueve, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers volleyball team concluded their weekend at the Boise State Invitational on Saturday night, dropping their final game of the tournament to the Boise State Broncos. The Tigers put up a fight against BSU, … Read the rest

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Missouri Volleyball Falls in Four Sets to BYU

Justin Lohmeyer, 23 Sports

With a  3-1 victory over Sacramento State earlier in the day, Mizzou Volleyball [3-3] completed their doubleheader Friday night in the Boise State Invitational, in the Bronco Gym against No. 10 BYU[5-0]. They lost in four … Read the rest

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Mizzou Volleyball edges Sacramento State

Zac Aron, 23 Sports

In their first match of the Boise State Invitational tournament the Mizzou Volleyball team [3-3] pulled off a very well-earned win in four sets over Sacramento State. The first set started off strong for the Tigers … Read the rest

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USC Outlasts Mizzou Soccer

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

Mizzou held their own Friday night at Walton Stadium against defending champion and No. 3 Southern California. The Tigers played them evenly in the first half, but the Trojans proved too much for the Tigers in

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Mizzou Puts on Record-Setting Performance Against Missouri State in Season Opener

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter

Drew Lock was locked-in for Missouri in their season opener on Saturday, in what was a record-breaking day for the Tigers, en route to a 72-43 victory over Missouri State. Lock completed 21 for 34 … Read the rest

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Mizzou Football Preview vs. Mo State

Victoria Zeyen, 23 Sports
Although the SEC Football Season starts next week, the Mizzou Tigers will be kicking off their 2017/2018 season Saturday, September 2nd at 11 am on Faurot Field. The University of Missouri will be battling against Missouri
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Mizzou Football Season Preview

Mizzou Football Season Preview

Peter Alexis, 23 Sports Reporter

 

On the eve of the 2017 College Football season, hope is in the air and electricity is buzzing around the Mizzou Tigers. After a disastrous first year with Coach Barry Odom at the helm, … Read the rest

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