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Earth Day Festival Highlights Climate Change

Rayna Sims – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Peace Park and the surrounding streets bustled with people on April 26 as crowds gathered to celebrate Columbia’s annual Earth Day festival. The festival had originally been scheduled for April 19 but was pushed back a week due to weather. The event was intended to coincide with […]

League MU Gaming Tournament Draws a Crowd

Kristen Reesor – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The Mizzou Computing Association (MCA) hosted League MU in Benton Bingham Ballroom in Memorial Union on April 19. The event gave students the chance to have fun playing the massive multiplayer online game “League of Legends”. The tournament entry cost was five dollars. People could join individually […]

Senator McCaskill Speaks at the It’s On Us Summit Keynote

  Nina Ruhe – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Senator and keynote speaker Claire McCaskill spoke about legislative changes relating to sexual assaults on college campuses last Saturday. “Senator McCaskill’s commitment to sexual assault prevention has been steadfast. She doesn’t just say ‘It’s on us,’ Senator McCaskill says ‘it’s on me,’” Said MSA President Peyton […]

MU Adobe Camp’s Final Week

Jalyn Henderson – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On the week of April 13 – April 17 MU’s iT Program held their annual Adobe Camp for near-by students, staff and faculty. The iT Program presented classes that focused on Flash Adobe, Photoshop, as well as access to iPad drawing apps and programs. Despite ads in […]

Chancellor’s Art Showcase Hosted at Missouri Theater

Alana Rasmussen – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The Chancellor’s Arts Showcase commemorating the Jefferson Era was held at the Missouri Theater this past Monday, April 13. This ingenious concert series paid tribute to, as well as celebrated the 272 birthday of Thomas Jefferson. Such an event was made possible in part by the creative […]

Clinton Announces Candidacy

Ariel Sierra – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On April 12, Hilliary Clinton, former Secretary of State announced her candidacy for President at the end of an online video. For the past two years, Americans have been questioning if Clinton would run for President, after she lost the nomination for the Democratic Party in 2008. […]

Mizzou After Dark Hosts Trivia Night

Sarah Sabatke and Rayna Sims – MUTV 23 News Staff Writers Have you ever wondered what the longest running sitcom is? Or which famous MU alumnus is now on ESPN? These were just some of the questions at Mizzou After Dark’s Trivia Night in the Shack on Friday, April 10. The line stretched around the […]

Language Partners Program Helps International Students

Lauren Petterson – MUTV 23 New Staff Writer MU’s Language Partners Program pairs up students to work on their language skills together and form lasting friendships. Language Partners participants ate food from foreign countries and talked with each other at their Cross-Cultural Connections event on Tuesday, April 8, 2015 in the Multicultural Center. After participating […]

Swing Society Hosts Free Dance Lessons

Kathryn Cawdrey – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer This past Saturday, April 4, 2015, students and community members were able to take free swing dancing lessons all day The event was held in the Student Memorial Union from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. where people of all ages were welcomed with or without a partner. […]

MU Honors Students Who Have Passed Away with ‘MU Remembers’

Lauren Petterson – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On Friday, April 3, 2015, MU faculty, students and families honored students who have passed away in the last 12 months. The MU students who have passed away since last year are Trent Bartolomucci, David “Davy” Bland, Cale Boedeker, Ryan Candice, Abbey Felton, Chanel Goodwin-Watkins, Jack Lipp, […]