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Trump campaigns for Hawley during Columbia rally

By Jack Lee, 23News reporter

President Donald Trump made his first ever visit as president to Columbia on Thursday to campaign for Missouri Attorney General and Republican Senate Candidate Josh Hawley before the midterm election on Tuesday.

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A recap of Love Your Body Week

Mimi Kuroiwa, 23News reporter

MU Women’s Center hosted variety of events last week to promote loving your body. From a dance party to lunch with a guest speaker, the women’s center hoped that students would think about themselves and appreciate … Read the rest

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Dedication ceremony honors three African American trailblazers

Bella Ledonne, 23News reporter

In honor of three African-American leaders who shaped Mizzou’s history, the university held a dedication ceremony for Lucile Bluford, George C. Brooks and Gus T. Ridgel on October 19th, 2018 outside of the Brooks and Bluford Read the rest

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Bike Resource Center promotes greater message

Bella Ledonne, 23News reporter

The Bike Resource Center provides free bike repair to MU students every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m at Speaker’s Circle, assuming the weather is above 55 degrees. It is one of … Read the rest

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Stephens College students uses social media to stop street harassment

Mackenzie Moore, 23News reporter

On the sidewalk outside of Seoul Taco, the words “Imma take you home with me,” are written in chalk. These words were said to a group of girls walking back to campus. The students DMed Stephens … Read the rest

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Former beauty queen speaks on beauty of disability

Mackenzie Moore, 23News reporter

Miss America contestant Nicole Kelly came to campus Oct. 4 for Celebrate Ability Week at MU. She made history as being one of the first ever Miss America contestants with a physical ability, being born without … Read the rest

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Students protest Kavanaugh nomination at Speaker’s Circle

Bella Ledonne, 23News Reporter

On Oct. 5, University of Missouri students and Columbia residents gathered in Speaker’s Circle to protest the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and to share testimonies of sexual assault. Demonstrators also wore black in a show of … Read the rest

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What in Carnation is the Tiger Garden?

Rachel Schwartz, 23News reporter

Roses and carnations line the wall of the shop. Halloween pumpkins and fall wreaths fill the front window sills. Halloween is right around the corner and customers are greeted by a black pumpkin sign that says Read the rest

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It’s On Us Bill Could Bring Change to the Way Sex is Taught in School

By Veronica Mohesky, 23News staffer

High school senior Sophia Caratti expressed little enthusiasm about her mandatory health class freshman year.

“We just learned about first-aid, childbirth, drug use,” Caratti said. “And that’s it.”

Her friend Kristin Ruble agreed. Both Hickman Read the rest

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Aly Raisman visits Missouri Theatre to talk about sexual assault

By Erin Davis, 23News Reporter

The Department of Student Activities hosted Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman at Missouri Theatre on Wednesday, April 18. Before Raisman spoke, she sat down with 23News to answer a few questions. Here is what she … Read the rest

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