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Tailgaters 2-28

This week Ben and Josiah open up with a debate regarding the Champions League with in house soccer expert Evan Hatmaker as moderator. Then they talk NHL trade deadline with MUTV 23 Sports staffer Ryan Crothers, and of course cap … Read the rest

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Five Day Weather Forecast

Five Day Weather Forecast

This week’s forecast includes the chance for rain and snow. Chance Gotsch has more on what to expect.

 

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LGBTQ Students Face Higher Rates of Harrassment

Due to an error, this article was not posted until August 11, 2017. It had originally been created for November 10, 2017.

By Tashfia Parvez and Isabel Lohman

LGBTQ students at MU face higher rates of harassment compared to their Read the rest

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MU Professor Studies Asian International Students’ Sense of Belonging on Campus

Due to an error, this article was not posted until August 11, 2017. It had originally been created for November 16, 2017.

By Tashfia Parvez

There are more than a million international students studying in the United States, according to Read the rest

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Residence Halls Available for Guest Reservation Won’t Offer Wifi

By Shoshana Dubnow, 23News Director

MU will not be providing wifi services to guests who book a room in the residence halls.

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23News April 26, 2017

This week on 23News, we delve into MU’s plan to divest from fossil fuels. We also sit down with PHA’s Vice President of Risk Management, Ashley Norris, to learn more about the new Safe Sisters program.

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LGBTQ Resource Center Encourages Open Conversation in Celebration of Pride Month

By Isabel Lohman, Digital Director

LGBTQ Resource Center hosted a discussion about slut shaming on Wednesday to promote open conversations about issues that the LGBTQ community faces.

The event was called “Candid Chats Series: Slut Shaming!” and was the third Read the rest

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Columbia Will Hold March as Part of National Initiative to Raise Awareness About Science Funding

Columbia Will Hold March as Part of National Initiative to Raise Awareness About Science Funding

By: Jack Elmendorf, 23News Reporter and Juliana Tornabene, 23NewsReporter

The March for Science Mid-Missouri hopes to generate conversation on science’s role in politics.

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UMKC faces scrutiny over their handling of communication after a student is allegedly raped

By Isabel Lohman and Shoshana Dubnow

University of Missouri-Kansas City’s timing and nature of communication about an alleged sexual assault in late February were scrutinized by students at a protest in March.

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Interim Chancellor Folley Leaving MU for New York Institute of Technology

By Daniel Perreault, 23News Reporter and Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Interactive Director

Interim chancellor Hank Foley is leaving MU on May 3 to become the fourth president of the New York Institute of Technology.

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