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Trigger Warnings: Their Use (and Lack Thereof) in MU Classrooms

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Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Staff Writer

For some victims of traumatic experiences like sexual assault or abuse, triggers can be everywhere –  a documentary about rape, a graphic depiction of violence or even a certain sound or smell. Increasingly, people … Read the rest

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23News – September 23, 2015

Presidential candidates participate in the second GOP debate, students and drivers adjust to the new HAWK signals on College Avenue and MU’s Title IX office releases its first report. All that and more on this week’s episode of 23News!

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Republican Presidential Candidates Participate in Second GOP Debate

 

Hannah Archambault, 23News Staff Writer

The GOP held its second presidential debate on Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. in the Reagan Library. This debate was hosted and broadcasted by CNN. If you weren’t able to watch or you couldn’t … Read the rest

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Craft Studio Hosts Party for MU Families

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Emily McCarter, 23News Staff Writer

 

The Craft Studio hosted a 4-hour crafting event on Saturday, Sept. 19, in celebration of MU’s Family Weekend.

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Street Pianos Encourage Passerby to ‘Play It Loud’

 

Jasmin Hampton, 23News Staff Writer

 

Most people go downtown with friends and family to get a sense of the city. Their goal may be to shop, to eat or even to visit certain attractions. But in some cities, … Read the rest

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Mizzou Suicide Prevention Coalition Releases Butterflies for World Suicide Prevention Day

 

Justin Kollar, 23News Staff Writer

 

On Thursday, Sept.  10, MU students gathered around Francis Quadrangle in support of those affected by suicide. Students in attendance showed their support by purchasing butterflies (300 to be exact), which were all … Read the rest

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Students “Stop for the Signs” to Learn Campus Safety

 

Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Staff Writer

As students walked to classes on Monday, Sept. 14, they may have come across several brightly colored stop signs. The event, aptly named “Stop for the Signs,” was organized by the Safe Mizzou Coalition. … Read the rest

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MU Students Explore Resources at Personal Safety Fair

 

Natalie Simpson, 23News Staff Writer

 

On Sept. 15, students gathered at the Personal Safety Fair to learn about ways to stay safe on campus. The event was held outside of the MU Student Center on Kuhlman Court. Several … Read the rest

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Tiger Garden Celebrates 10th Birthday

 

 

Jasmyn Barr, 23News Staff Writer

Tiger Garden, the University of Missouri’s on-campus flower shop, celebrated their 10-year anniversary on Aug. 31. The shop is conveniently located within the MU Agriculture Building for students and faculty. The flowers arranged … Read the rest

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23News – September 16, 2015

Students visit the International Welcome Party, Snapchat releases new updates and the MSA President reacts to discrimination on campus. All that and more in this week’s episode of 23News!

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