Archive | January, 2018

Mocktails and Me Time

By Alaina Vacante, GMM reporter

When faced with the task of trying to balance the never-ending list of things to do sometimes it’s best take a break — which is exactly what I did this past week on the Friday … Read the rest

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GMM – January 28, 2018

Good Morning Mizzou returns for the semester, bringing you the latest weather updates, and an interview with Skyler Roundtree from the Student’s Bar Association here at Mizzou!

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Activist groups hold Mid-Missouri Solidarity March and Rally To Protest Trump Administration

Approximately 1700 Missourians gathered outside the Boone County Courthouse to take part in the Mid-Missouri Solidarity March and Rally on Saturday, Jan. 20. Social activist organizations from across the Mid-Missouri region hosted the event. It was held in “broad opposition Read the rest

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Another NBA Podcast Week #9: Who Should’ve Been an All-Star, Cavs Struggling Again, Players VS. Refs, and More.

Another NBA Podcast Week #9: Who Should've Been an All-Star, Cavs Struggling Again, Players VS. Refs, and More.

On this week’s episode, Tanner Kraus, Josiah Schueneman, and Roberto Soltero join me to discuss the tensions between players and referees, the Cavalier’s continuing struggles, and much much more. This episode is our first in over a month and we … Read the rest

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Tiger Tennis Get Out on Right Foot in Ithaca

Evan Hatmaker, 23Sports

The Missouri Tigers tennis team traveled to Ithaca, New York on Friday evening to take on Cornell at the Reis Tennis Center. There the Tigers were able to pick up their third straight win of the season … Read the rest

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Schweizer Sets School Record in New York

Hank Noah, 23Sports

Karissa Schweizer’s running career at Mizzou has been highly decorated. The senior has won the NCAA championships in cross country and is a multiple time first-team All-American. She also holds the Mizzou school record in the indoor … Read the rest

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No. 17 Mizzou Gymnastics loses to No. 7 Alabama

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports.

In their third meet of the year, the No. 17 Missouri Tigers Women’s Gymnastics took on the Alabama Crimson Tide, their third ranked opponent of the year. Despite some stand out individual performances, the Tigers were … Read the rest

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Bulldogs Too Much for Struggling Tigers

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports

Mizzou traveled down south to Starkville, Mississippi to face the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Saturday night. The Tigers looking to avoid their third straight loss and gain back the winning momentum, after falling to Auburn at … Read the rest

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Mizzou Softball Fires Coach Ehren Earleywine

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports

On Friday, the University of Missouri announced its decision to part ways with softball coach Ehren Earleywine just two weeks before its first game of the season.

In a statement released by Missouri’s director of athletics, … Read the rest

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Mizzou Swim Team Dominates Drury

Hank Noah, 23 Sports

The Mizzou men’s and women’s swim teams are off to dominant starts to the season. On the men’s side of things, the Tiger’s are currently ranked fifteenth in the nation. They sit at 6-2 after destroying … Read the rest

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