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Jane Goodall lectures at MU

Caitlin McCarthy – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The Delta Gamma Lectureship Foundation invited famous primatologist Jane Goodall visited MU on Sept. 17 to lecture on her life and new book “Sowing the Seeds of Hope” for students, faculty and friends. Goodall, who is known for her studies with chimpanzees, spoke about how the youth […]

Students Enjoy Crafternoon at the Craft Studio

Lauren Petterson – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Fun and free crafts brought friends together on Friday, Sept. 19 at the Craft Studio in the basement of Memorial Union. Students were able to create their own coasters by using mod podge, scrapbooking materials, and photo clippings on tiles with felt on the bottom of them. […]

Students Observe Art at Museum Crawl

Ariel Sierra – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Some students at the university are unaware of the free museums on campus. Articraft, the collision of on campus galleries attempt to enlighten students through The 9th Annual MU Campus Galley and Museum Crawl. The event held on Thursday, Sept. 19 showcased eight on-campus museums and galleries, […]

Poetry in the Park

Sarah Sabatke – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The MSA/GPC Black Programming Committee’s annual Poetry in the Park event was held on Sept. 18 at Carnahan Quad, where students were able to take part in an evening of spoken word and slam poetry, with the chance to both listen and perform. The event included an […]

Hot Topic Around Campus

Shelby Gyger – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Students and members of the community rounded up in Speaker’s Circle on Sept. 18 for the 14th Annual Fire Factor, part of Safe Mizzou Week. Over the years as Safe Mizzou Week has grown from Safety Day back in to a full week of events and information […]

Armed Intruder Enters White House

Sarah Sabatke – 23 News Staff Writer The Secret Service has tightened White House security since an armed man scaled the fence and entered the property on Friday, Sept. 19. The man has been identified as 42-year-old Omar J. Gonzalez, an Iraq war veteran and a US Army medal recipient. The Obama’s were away from […]

Date Rape Drug Allegations Suspend Wisconsin Fraternity

Rayna Sims – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The Tau Kappa Alpha fraternity at the UW-Milwaukee is undergoing a police investigation after fraternity members allegedly put “date rape” drugs into drinks at a party on Sept. 12. Three women and one man who had drinks at the party were hospitalized afterwards, leading the police to […]

The 41st Annual Safety Walk

Mackenzie Mattix – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer As part of Safe Mizzou 2014, students, faculty, staff, and the MUPD came together for the 41st time to kick off the annual Safety Walk. The Safety Walk was designed to get students involved in making MU a safe and pleasant campus to live on. After a […]

Ohio Prison Makes National News

Gabe Dubois – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On Thursday, Sept. 11, nineteen-year-old T.J. Lane escaped from Oakwood Correctional Institution in Lima, Ohio. Lane was convicted in Feb. of 2012 for killing three students at Chardon High school in Northeastern Ohio. He walked into the school cafeteria and fired ten rounds form a .22-caliber gun, […]

Upset in the NFL

Evan Lachnit – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer The week of Sept. 8 through Sept. 14 is one that the NFL, Rodger Goodell, Ray Rice, Adrian Perterson and many others would love to forget, but it was just the beginning of many weeks of problems and turmoil ahead. The NFL was turned upside down this […]