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Glenn Greenwald, Advocator of Criminal Justice Speaks at Mizzou

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September 27, 2012

 

Glenn Greenwald, a political journalist, lawyer, and author visited campus on September 27 to discuss the unequal justice system in America. The lecture hall was so full of people, everyone standing in the back … Read the rest

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Joplin Missouri: A Tornado Story

October 2, 2012

 

May 22, 2011. A fierce EF-5 tornado ripped through the heart of Joplin, Missouri, a town not far from our own safe haven of Columbia. This grotesque event impacted many people around the state, including Dr. … Read the rest

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Wellness Resource Center Kicks Off Alcohol Awareness Month

October 2, 2012

 

The National Institutes of Health reports that over 3.3 million college age students drive under the influence of alcohol each year, while many others become unintentionally injured or suffer death. These are just some of the … Read the rest

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Mizzou Pharamacy Opens in Student Center

September 30, 2012

 

The Mizzou Pharmacy opened its doors for the first time on September 17th on the first floor at the MU Student Center, near the Mizzou Market. Operated by University Hospital, the new pharmacy will act as … Read the rest

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Art Symposium & Vocal Arts Festival

September 29, 2012

 

The University of Missouri hosted it’s very first Art Symposium and Vocal Arts Fest this past Saturday. This event was geared towards undergraduate and graduate students who are involved with Vocal Arts. One of the main … Read the rest

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Be a Kid Night

September 28, 2012

 

Mizzou After Dark hosts fun, alcohol-free, evening parties for University of Missouri students. ʺBe A Kid Nightʺ was the theme of tonight’s party. The festivities included piggy bank painting, old school sand vases, chicken nuggets and … Read the rest

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SNL and Politics

September 19, 2012-

 

Last Wednesday, Tigers Against Partisan Politics (TAPP) hosted a presentation on Saturday Night Live and Politics lead by political science professor Bill Horner. The event, hosted in conjunction with various groups such as the Honors College, … Read the rest

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Retired Astronaut Launches Teaching Career at MU

September 2012

 

Steven Nagel’s story isn’t one where he was dreaming of being an astronaut since he was just a little kid. This is because when he was “real small there weren’t astronauts.” NASA’s astronaut program didn’t begin until … Read the rest

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Food for the Future

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September 27, 2012

On Thursday, professors from every department met to discuss issues facing the University of Missouri.  MU Advantages, a program geared toward interdisciplinary relations between faculty members and academic departments, meets several times a year at … Read the rest

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Pitch and Presentation

On Friday, September 14, MU Business Student Organization CLIMB (Collaboration, Leadership

and Innovation for Missouri Business) held a Pitch and Presentation workshop at the Bond Life

Sciences Center. Among the highlights of the day included Breakout Sessions, Personal Mentoring,

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