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23 News – December 10

This week on 23 News we discussed discrimination on campus, took a look at dining halls working towards more inclusive menus, and covered police actions in Ferguson and New York over the past few weeks. Get the stories you won’t want to miss on this weeks 23 News!

CDS, MSA and RHA Work Together to Support MU Students’ Dining Needs

Danielle Katz- MUTV 23 News Staff Writer During MSA’s annual whiteboard event last year, where students are encouraged to write their most important problems on a whiteboard, one of the most prevalent issues written was the lack of vegan dining options on campus. Members of the Jewish Student Organization and Muslim Student Organization have expressed […]

3rd Annual Family Winter Party

Mackenzie Mattix – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On Dec. 6, the Women’s Center hosted the 3rd Annual Family Winter Party. In celebration of the holiday season, all parenting MU students and faculty members were invited to bring their children to enjoy classic holiday activities. While Christmas cartoons played, families were able to eat lunch […]

Mental Health Wellness Week

Ariel Sierra – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Mental Health Wellness Week is celebrated nationally. This year it is being celebrated Nov. 16 through the 22. Although the week is not prevalent on campus, mental health affects many college students. According to nami.org, “1 in 4 young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 […]

The Snow Has Arrived in Buffalo

Gabe Dubois – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer A massive snowstorm on Tuesday night trapped scores of drivers in their cars on the roads near Buffalo, NY. Cars and trucks were surrounded by over four feet of snow, with no way out of their vehicles. Rescuers worked day and night along the I-90 highway to […]

Resident Hall Chili Cook Off

Gabe Dubois – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On Sunday, Nov. 16, the resident halls of MU gathered in the Student Center for a fundraising chili cook off. Student representatives from each resident hall made a batch of their own signature chili for people to try. It only cost one dollar for someone to enter […]

23 News – November 20

Check out this weeks 23 News as we covered various events from Transgender Awareness Week, interviewed members of United Way on air, and so much more!

Mizzou Alternative Breaks Continues to Grow and Serve

Danielle Katz Mizzou Alternative Breaks is an active on-campus organization with a stronger off-campus impact. MAB sends out groups of around 12 students, usually of 10 participants and 2 site leaders, on service trips to serve global issues in a variety of locations, ranging from Arizona to Florida. The organization has grown exponentially over the […]

Roommate Speed Mingle and Off Campus Living

Nina Ruhe – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer On Tuesday night, the Women’s Center hosted a roommate speed mingle where students who either needed more roommates to live with them or needed a place to live in general got to interact. Dionne George, coordinator for off campus student services, hosted the event for the first […]

TranscenDANCE Rejects Traditional Gender Norms

Rayna Sims – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer Rainbow colors adorned the Mark Twain Ballroom Saturday Nov. 15 as volunteers helped set up for the TranscenDANCE. Bringing MU’s Transgender Awareness Week to a close, the annual dance was all about transcending traditional gender roles and allowing guests to be whomever they wanted. “The thing that […]