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23News Oct. 18, 2017

This week on 23News, we gain insight from students on how they believe the most recent active threat incident was handled on MU’s campus as well as preview Columbia’s Great Muslim Food Festival. Join us for all this and more! 23News: Oct. 18, 2017 from MUTV on Vimeo.

23News Oct. 11, 2017

MU cancels its search for an Executive Director for Government Affairs, MUPD discusses an ongoing investigation of a male exposing himself on campus, and we get an inside look at the Chinese Moon Festival and the Harvest Hootenanny. But first, 23News reporter Brian Woods sits down with the graduate assistant from the LGBTQ Center, Jeff […]

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.” “Saturday Morning Science is a series of talks in a very broad range of scientific […]

23News Oct. 04, 2017

Noah Culpepper and Jack Lee cover the Las Vegas shooting that has rocked the nation, as well as a local shooting near the MU campus. They also discuss how the university is housing families of students who were affected by recent hurricanes. But first, Michael Van Schoik sits down with the co-presidents of Aces and […]

23News Sept. 27, 2017

Annabel Thorpe and Madison Wright discuss Title IX regulations on college campuses across the country, as well as MU’s newest scholarship. We’ll also visit Noah Culpepper who is live right outside of the MSA Senate session. All this and more on this weeks episode of 23News! 23News Sept. 27, 2017 from MUTV on Vimeo.

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, wholesalers, processors, growers, retailers and restaurants,” according to its website. “The food bank is one of […]

Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center Holds Green Dot Day

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 about doing something. We often see around this issue of power-based personal violence that this […]

23News Sept. 20, 2017

This week on 23News, Veronica Mohesky and Zoey Shedd discuss the eruption of protests in St. Louis. Other topics include Green Dot Day and the It’s Happened Exhibit that addresses the reality of sexual assault on campus. Brian Woods sits down with the president of the associated students of the University of Missouri to discuss […]

23News Sept. 13, 2017

This week on 23News, Michael Van Shoik and Taylor Peterson talk about the ruling from a Boone County Intellectual Property case as well as the football traditions of MU’s biggest football fans. Veronica Mohesky sits down with Mitchell Stoell from 23Sports to discuss big changes in the MU football team. 23News: Sept. 13, 2017 from […]

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 students wore red and held signs that said “Grads make Mizzou work” and “A promise […]

It Happened art exhibit focuses on sexual violence

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 in the MU’s Fine Arts Building. It is open until Sept. 21. The exhibit is […]

23News Sept. 6, 2017

On this week’s episode of 23News, Annabel Thorp and Richard Komendanchik discuss the changes in student charge use as well as the reaction of administration after the removal of DACA. You’ll also get a recap of what you missed over the summer and see footage from the Solar Eclipse. 23News Sept. 6, 2017 from MUTV […]

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 straight peers. According to a 2009 MU Campus Climate Survey, 57 percent of students who identify […]

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 The Hechinger Report. However, the struggles they may face trying to fit into a new culture […]

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 June 22, 2017, the original package included high-speed wireless internet. However, Liz McCune, associate director […]