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23News April 12, 2017

This week on 23News, we interview Tori Schafer about her It’s On Us campaign and the “Teal-Out” baseball game April 14. We interview Mark McDaniel on his experience as a MSA leader and we look into a Missouri school who … Read the rest

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Interim Chancellor Folley Leaving MU for New York Institute of Technology

By Daniel Perreault, 23News Reporter and Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 23News Interactive Director

Interim chancellor Hank Foley is leaving MU on May 3 to become the fourth president of the New York Institute of Technology.

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DPE Hopes Tough Conversations Will Extend Past A Facilitation

By Isabel Lohman, 23News Reporter

Diversity Peer Educators hosted Cultivating Community Conversations in hopes of helping students learn about their existing perceptions and different identities.

DPE held the conference on Sunday, March 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Randi … Read the rest

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Soup dinner raises awareness for hunger and local farming

by Victoria Kuz

The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture hosted a community meal to raise money for Planting for the Pantry, a CCUA farm program providing fresh produce to local food pantries.

The event was held Sunday, March 19 at … Read the rest

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23News March 22, 2017

This week on 23News former MSA President and Vice President, Sean Earl and Tori Schafer, reflect on their term and goals for the future. We interview former MSA presidential candidate Syed Ejaz about structural issues within the BEC and the Read the rest

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MU Class Offers Hands-On Experience With Horses

By Celine Pence, 23News Reporter

The MU Equine Teaching Facility is a program that allows MU students to gain hands-on experience with horses. There are a variety of courses and volunteer opportunities available at the farm, one of them being Read the rest

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23News March 15, 2017

This week on 23News, we interview the new MSA Vice President Elect Payton Englert. We give you a glimpse of MizzouThon, the largest student-run organization at MU who raises a record amount of money for MU health care each year. … Read the rest

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23News March 8, 2017

This week on 23News we discuss the MSA presidential election starting off with the Board of Election Commissioners decision to cancel the Willett/Englert slate’s run for the presidency. We then take a look at the annual event, Black Women Rock, … Read the rest

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Asian-American Students Are Ineligible For Diversity Scholarships

By Tess Vrbin, 23News Reporter

Jack Miller and Kelilah Liu both regularly feel like spokespeople for the Asian-American community. Neither they nor the MU administration want that.

MU does not consider Asian Americans eligible for its scholarships aimed at increasing Read the rest

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Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 27

Live Blog: MSA Presidential Debate, February 27

By Lauren Petterson and Kaleigh Feldkamp

February 27, 2017

The presidential and vice presidential candidates for the Missouri Students Association are facing off in their second public debate. The three slates are Tori Schafer and Riley de Leon; Nathan Willett … Read the rest

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