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From Afghanistan to the White House to Jesse Auditorium

23 News talks to Medal of Honor Winner Salvatore Giunta.

Wednesday, Nov. 9 –

Mizzou hosted a true American hero on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Army Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta is the first living recipient of the Medal of Honor since … Read the rest

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MU’s Move to the SEC Will Effect Academics, Geography

Monday, Nov. 7 –

The University of Missouri announced on Nov. 6 that the University would be joining the Southeastern Conference on July 1, 2012.

Many know about the schools because of their football and basketball teams, but how many … Read the rest

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Mid-Missourians Occupy Columbia

Nicolas Berry, along with thousands of protesters in nearly 1,204 cities, is the 99 percent.

“We’re staying here until something changes,” Berry said.

Berry is referring to Occupy Columbia, a protest outside of the City Hall that began nearly two … Read the rest

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Zombies Infect Campus Yet Again

Ready and waiting for Mizzou’s most dangerous outbreak, more than 500 players are registered to partake in this semester’s game of Human versus Zombies beginning Oct. 5.

Wednesday, Oct. 5 –

Students and staff at the University of Missouri are … Read the rest

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“What Are You Doing at Rollins?”

23 News takes a look at what students think of Rollins Late Night .

A poli-sci student, a gamer, an athlete and a comedy show participant. All these students found themselves at Rollins Late Night around midnight on a Tuesday.… Read the rest

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Mizzou Saves Lives One Pint at a Time

The centennial Homecoming Blood Drive collected 5,264 pints of blood, exceeding MU’s goal of 5,000 units.

Monday, Oct. 3 – Thursday, Oct. 6 –

This year’s Homecoming marks the 100th anniversary of the original homecoming, which means that the weekend … Read the rest

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MU’s Family Weekend Offers Many Activities, Fun For Parents and Students

23 News gives you an inside look into MU’s family weekend.

Friday, Sept. 23 – Sunday, Sept. 25 –

The weekend of September 16–18 marked MU’s annual Family Weekend, where parents and students are able to spend quality time together … Read the rest

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Mid-Missourians Race for the Cure

Columbia’s second annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure took place on Sunday, Sept. 18. Race for the Cure is an annual race that supports the effort to find a cure for breast cancer. It has been held all … Read the rest

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