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MU Learns About the Science of Love

By Veronica Mohesky, 23News Reporter

Saturday Morning Science hosted an associate professor from Duke University, as part of the annual Life Sciences and Society Symposium, on Saturday, October 7.

Brian Hare presented “Survival of the Friendliest: Evolving to Love Strangers.”Read the rest

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Local Food Bank Participates in Hunger Action Month

Lexi Crowder, 23News Reporter and Zoe Shedd, 23News Reporter

The Food Bank of Northeast & Central Missouri contributed to September’s Hunger Action Month.

The food bank holds membership in Feeding America. This allows the food bank to work with “manufacturers, Read the rest

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Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center Holds Green Dot Day

Veronica Mohesky, 23News Reporter

The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center held Green Dot Day on Thursday, September 14 in the MU Student Center. The event aimed to educate students and faculty about the Green Dot program.

“Green Dot is Read the rest

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Coalition of Graduate Workers hold third annual rally

Isabel Lohman, 23News Digital Director

Coalition of Graduate Workers held a rally on Wednesday, August 23 to call attention to graduate student rights and commemorate the union’s victories.

The group started at the columns and continued to Tiger Plaza. Graduate Read the rest

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It Happened art exhibit focuses on sexual violence

By Cassidy Fox, 23News Reporter and Isabel Lohman, 23News Digital Director

The “It Happened” art exhibition focuses on the issue of sexual violence through artwork by local and national artists. The exhibit is in the George Caleb Bingham Gallery located … Read the rest

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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.

When Vice Chancellor for Operations Gary Ward announced the initiative at the UM Board of Curators meeting on Read the rest

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Five Tips to Survive Summer Welcome

By Nicole Harrington, 23News Reporter

Summer Welcome is super exciting although it can be a bit intimidating as well. You want to get the most out of this experience and leave feeling like you can call MU your home. But Read the rest

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Choi announces new system-wide effort to promote open educational resources

Choi announces new system-wide effort to promote open educational resources

Aviva Okeson-Haberman, MUTV General Manager

UM System President Mun Choi announced a system-wide effort to promote open educational resources in an event held at MU’s bookstore on June 21.

Choi said ten courses throughout the UM system will use open Read the rest

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