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Meditation and mindfulness at Mizzou: Wellness Center offers virtual noontime meditations

by Anna Maria Mikolajczak 

Throughout the pandemic and into the new school year, Mizzou has offered a safe space for students who need a break from the hassle of day-to-day learning. The Wellness Center’s noontime meditations are offered as a Read the rest

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Sigmapalooza raises $22,250 for local nonprofit Welcome Home

by Sarah Voyles

On Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, fraternity Sigma Nu held their 2021 charity concert Sigmapalooza at The Blue Note with California-based duo Hippie Sabotage as the headliner for the night. All proceeds benefited local nonprofit foundation Welcome Home.Read the rest

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Mo Jazz Festival celebrates its 30th year in Columbia

by Victoria Shore

Rose Music Hall in downtown Columbia was full of people as the Mo Jazz Music Festival kicked off its 30th year this past weekend. The festival was held virtually last year as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to Read the rest

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MU Improv brings down the house with “You Will Be Bullied”

by Graham Ambrose

The crowd was sent into uproarious laughter last Thursday at MU Improv’s third show of the school year, titled “You Will Be Bullied.” As the name would imply, the improv team took it upon themselves to lob Read the rest

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“Now it’s history”: Mizzou honors the heroes of 9/11

 by: Jocelyn Peshia

Three American flags draped across the Columns; a bagpipe band playing patriotic tunes; a lone trumpeter performing “Taps”; University of Missouri students and Columbia residents, bedecked in dark blues and reds, standing six feet apart on the Read the rest

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Mizzou News to Know: 3/17/21

Mizzou News to Know: 3/17/21

This week we look at two holidays this March and a Mizzou professor’s take on Women’s History Month. We also look at a way that Black and brown Mizzou graduates are still impacting Mizzou

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New mobile app allows students to track COVID-19 symptoms

By Carson Bierman, MUTV-23 News Reporter

COLUMBIA- #CampusClear is an app that all Mizzou students should be familiar with, but most couldn’t even
tell you what the app was for.

#CampusClear is an app for students, faculty, staff and even … Read the rest

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MU Involvement Ambassadors host first virtual involvement fair

By Reagan Swatosh, MUTV-23 News Reporter

COLUMBIA – This past week, the Mizzou Involvement Ambassadors held an Involvement Week,
or I-Week as they call it, for all students to participate in.

“Involvement Week is an event the Involvement Ambassadors put … Read the rest

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Mizzou changes residency application requirements

By Jessica Fitzgerald, MUTV-23 News Reporter

COLUMBIA—Mizzou has changed the requirements for out-of-state students to obtain Missouri
residency status due to COVID-19.

Missouri residents pay $24,322 a year, while Non-Missouri residents pay $41,002. Due to the
difference in cost, a … Read the rest

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MDC holds annual Disability Culture Month panel

By Ryan Cohen, MUTV-23 News Reporter

COLUMBIA- The Mizzou Disability Coalition held its annual Disability Culture Month panel Tuesday evening. 

The panel, hosted over Zoom this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, began with a slideshow presentation centered around the Read the rest

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