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February 14, 2018

“I know what it feels like to be hunted, because it’s happened before.”

Libyan journalist Heba Alshibani was no stranger to threats from the North African nation’s warring militias.

There had been plenty of menacing comments directed at her online. In 2012, a story about...

May 5, 2017

“The drug trade is why we still have the government we have.”

Adriana Fernández first wielded a camera at the age of 16 to take pictures of friends involved in the graffiti scene in her native city of Caracas. Although she didn’t see it at the time, Fernandez now says t...

March 17, 2017

“There has to be an end to an era of silencing people and impeding them from going to the streets to discuss the problems with the government.”

Manuela Picq was detained in Ecuador’s Ministry of Interior when authorities told her that her visa was going to be canceled....

March 17, 2016

Following the most recent incident of anti-Semitic vandalism in Gateway Hall on Feb. 29, the Residence Halls Association plans to partner with the Jewish Student Organization and Mizzou Hillel to solve the recurring issue.

“Hitler rules” was found written in purple...

March 15, 2016

Laws and Lathrop halls will not be in use during the 2016–17 school year, the Department of Residential Life announced Tuesday.

After interim Chancellor Hank Foley announced last week that MU’s enrollment is projected to drop by about 1,500 students, the department deci...

January 31, 2016

Expectations of lower enrollment rates in fall 2016 have prompted the Department of Residential Life to make a number of housing changes, including closing Tiger Reserve and offering upperclassmen more on-campus housing.

For the upcoming fall semester, there has been a...

December 1, 2015

Funding options for improvements to MU Libraries look slim after MU’s student body voted to fail the controversial library fee Nov. 18, said Matt Gaunt, director of advancement for MU Libraries.

“Those ‘no’ votes really were saying: ‘We shouldn’t have to pay a fee...

November 18, 2015

MU’s student body voted to fail the controversial library fee proposed by MU Libraries, according to election results.

The library fee received a 54 percent vote against the fee, according to the Missouri Students Association’s Twitter. The fee needed a 60 percent vote...

November 12, 2015

Students on MU’s campus Wednesday night were put in an unusual position. After threats surfaced on the social media site Yik Yak, students who live off campus or own a car began offering rides and housing for others who felt they were in danger.

Many students reached ou...

The MU Grad Rights rally began with a reminder from Coalition of Graduate Workers Co-Chairman Eric Scott that there have been “tremendous shake-ups” on MU’s campus. The announcement of the resignation of both former UM System President Tim Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen...

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