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Art Beat: Filmmaker Nathan Wright aims to spread empathy through his art

Wright: “Movies introduced me to this world that you can dive in and lose yourself. For those few hours nothing else matters, and by the end of it you’re back stuck in your own life.”

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Local photography and artworks displayed at First Fridays

Hosted in the North Village Arts District, First Fridays exhibits local artists’ work, providing a place for diversity and appreciation.

Insight

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1 in 30,000: A boy who found God through mission trips

When it comes to living life in Christ’s footsteps, sophomore Jeremy Richmond lives by the saying, “There’s nothing new under the sun.”

Games

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MOVE takes a peek into the Tiger’s Lair

Junior Brendan Lavell: “Win or lose, it’s really exciting to be that close to the field surrounded by everyone cheering for the same team and one common purpose for our school.”

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On Campus

MU club Quidditch encourages competition, new members

Assistant captain Kaylee Skistimas: “If more athletes looked at this as something serious, it would be even more elevated than it’s become in the past few years.”

Music

Ohmme’s indie-rock delivers emotion and pure technical talent

The trio Ohmme may just be starting out, but their concert showed they have more amazing music to come.

Insight

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Art Beat: Filmmaker Nathan Wright aims to spread empathy through his art

Wright: “Movies introduced me to this world that you can dive in and lose yourself. For those few hours nothing else matters, and by the end of it you’re back stuck in your own life.”

Insight

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Head Space: Historical society’s new Bingham exhibit is reminder of art’s importance

State Historical Society of Missouri curator reflects on George Caleb Bingham’s legacy, eternal relevance and the current state of patronage.

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Tennis skirts: now serving more than just athletic purposes

The traditionally athletic item no longer belongs to just tennis players, but many non-athletes around campus, too.

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‘The Glass Castle’ explores difficult issues concerning family and maturity

The story of a wandering family in the ‘50s is told through flashbacks from the point of view of a young woman played by Brie Larson

Community

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“It Happened” uncovers the impact of sexual violence from artists’ perspectives

Senior Taylor Bailey: “It is important that a good number of people go and understand the importance. I hope it’s a chain reaction.”

Around CoMo

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Local photography and artworks displayed at First Fridays

Hosted in the North Village Arts District, First Fridays exhibits local artists’ work, providing a place for diversity and appreciation.

On Campus

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Salt Company serves community through devotion to Christ

Student leader Ashlyn West: “When the Salt Company came down, I knew that community was what I’d been waiting for, what I’d been holding out here for, and they pulled me in immediately.”

Insight

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1 in 30,000: A boy who found God through mission trips

When it comes to living life in Christ’s footsteps, sophomore Jeremy Richmond lives by the saying, “There’s nothing new under the sun.”

Album Reviews

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Listen to This: The Lumineers’ sophomore album is perfect for springtime

“Cleopatra” is a little homogenous but overall quite lovely.

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Weezer: Still rockin’ after all these years

Your favorite surfer kids are back with their newest album.

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Zayn takes new direction on “Mind of Mine”

The ex-boy band member shows us that One Direction was just the tip of the iceberg for him.