Tag Archives: Colleen Sloyan

E23- Dec. 3, 2015

The hostesses with the most-est Mackenzie Huck and Colleen Sloyan host the last episode of the fall semester! Our very own Ian Nickens takes on this week’s headlines like a Trevor Noah Doppelganger himself. Mayela Urizar spares the skip, Korl … Read the rest

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Why Being an Adult Sucks: Halloween Edition

Produced by Korl Cusick, E23 staff

In a college town far far away lives a tiger named Korl who discovered that Halloween as an adult, sucks. For more online exclusives, check out our YouTube channel! Thanks for watching!

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E23- Oct. 29, 2015

E23 gets spooky with hosts Tana Kelley and Amos Chen. Amos tackles MU entertainment as the Mizzou offense as his costume (No costume? No offense.) Ian Nickens discusses the decades old vegetarian versus bacon lovers debacle and a FL country … Read the rest

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Park(ing) Day: Change for Columbia

On Friday, Sept. 18, a Columbia resident paints at a Blue Stem tent during Park(ing) Day in Columbia Mo. Pictured above was one of the many metered parking spaces transformed for the event.

By: Davis McCondichie
On Friday, Sept. 18, the residents of Columbia were treated to a brilliant display of innovative infrastructure known as Park(ing) Day. The event transformed Ninth Street parking spaces into public parks sponsored by local companies and artists. … Read the rest

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Campus Perspective: Pageant queen criticized for nursing profession monologue

By: Lindsey Wilkerson (@lindzwilkerson)

On Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, the Miss America pageant finals were held in Atlantic City, N.J. The top fifteen contestants performed a variety of talents from singing and dancing to reading monologues. Kelley Johnson, Miss Colorado, … Read the rest

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