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23News April 26, 2017

This week on 23News, we delve into MU’s plan to divest from fossil fuels. We also sit down with PHA’s Vice President of Risk Management, Ashley Norris, to learn more about the new Safe Sisters program.

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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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MUPD arrests woman for filing false report

The University of Missouri Police Department arrested 23-year-old Courtney Chancellor for filing a false report of a robbery near Wolpers Hall.

“Using evidence from surveillance cameras, we interviewed Courtney Chancellor, and she confessed that she had reported the crime falsely,” Read the rest

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Students cannot submit housing contracts for Respect and Excellence halls

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman
Students may not be living in Respect and Excellence halls next year. Currently, students cannot submit housing contracts for the two halls, according to MU spokesperson Christian Basi. This may change if enrollment numbers increase.

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Earl/Schafer say experience is necessary to fix MSA

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

“MSA has looked like a bad episode of House of Cards for the past month,” MSA vice presidential contender Tori Shafer said in the Board of Elections Commissioners Debate. Schafer has been involved with MSA since her … Read the rest

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Turner/Evans are running as a “clean slate” in the MSA presidential election

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

MSA presidential candidates Sam Turner and Clay Evans openly admit their lack of experience within MSA. In fact, it’s one of the reasons why they think students should vote for them.

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Journalists turned away from Concerned Student 1950 Town Hall

By Aviva Okeson-Haberman

The Concerned Student 1950 Town Hall on Wednesday began with a request-for any journalists in attendance to leave the meeting. Local media outlets, including MUTV, obliged but one MU student journalist, Mark Schierbecker, chose to remain at … Read the rest

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Interim Chancellor Foley announces Melissa Click will keep job in light of assault charge

 

Image via Mark Schierbecker

Image via Mark Schierbecker

 

In a press conference Monday, Interim Chancellor Hank Foley announced that Assistant Professor Melissa Click will keep her job, saying “we must allow due process to play out.” Click was charged with assault and … Read the rest

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23News – October 14, 2015

MU students burn an ISIS flag on the Quad, notable historian David McCullough visits Columbia and we recap the first of the Democratic presidential debates. All that and more on this week’s episode of 23News.

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