Insight

Sept. 24, 2017

The National analyzes love gone wrong in Sleep Well Beast

The band’s new album has reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 in the U.K.

Sept. 19, 2017

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

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.”

Sept. 15, 2017

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

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.

Sept. 14, 2017

Tennis skirts: now serving more than just athletic purposes

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.

Sept. 13, 2017

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

‘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

Sept. 11, 2017

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

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.”

Sept. 9, 2017

Review: Taylor Swift returns with fiery new single

The pop superstar takes her musical style darker than ever.

Sept. 6, 2017

Art Beat: Tattoo You’s artist Felix Garcia shares details of a colorful past

Art Beat: Tattoo You’s artist Felix Garcia shares details of a colorful past

It is tradition for women in northern Philippines to tattoo ...

Sept. 3, 2017

 Head Space: Local murder-mystery and dinner party extravaganza is a trip

Head Space: Local murder-mystery and dinner party extravaganza is a trip

Host and owner of Victorian Country Inn Barbara Spencer: “Here, history is intertwist with mystery.”

Aug. 30, 2017

Mom jeans are back and better than ever

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Mom jeans are back and better than ever

Give up your basic pants: mom jeans have returned

Aug. 30, 2017

 One in 30,000: A girl at home in Singapore

One in 30,000: A girl at home in Singapore

Hannah Deadwyler: “Living in an area surrounded by different cultures and getting to travel became my normal. Seeing all this diversity is a part of my childhood.”

Aug. 30, 2017

The Big Sick explores important cultural issues

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The Big Sick explores important cultural issues

The film uses lighthearted comedy to discuss topics that are deeply rooted in modern society.

Aug. 25, 2017

MU campus enraptured by rare solar eclipse

The MARK employee Morgan Mehr: “I couldn’t get past it. I keep thinking about it, like visions in my head on how cool it was.”

Aug. 25, 2017

News Copy Chief Sam Nelson reacts to the total solar eclipse

“We lay there on my friend’s blanket, paper glasses secure to protect our retinas, and sang along to ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart.’”

Aug. 25, 2017

Opinions Editor Hunter Gilbert reacts to the total solar eclipse

“I immediately aimed my camera up at the sky, zooming in on that speck that was now a halo of light.”

Aug. 25, 2017

The view from Hitt Street: a tale of a solar eclipse watch party

The view from Hitt Street: a tale of a solar eclipse watch party

Mawa Iqbal watched the astronomical phenomenon away from the crowds

July 14, 2017

My experience as a Summer Welcome leader

My experience as a Summer Welcome leader

It’s more than just leading student groups and yelling as loud as you can.

July 11, 2017

7 theories for "Game of Thrones" season 7

Jon Snow knows nothing, and neither do we.

July 9, 2017

My Summer of Meat: Observations of  Vegetarian in the Meat Department

My Summer of Meat: Observations of Vegetarian in the Meat Department

Fiona Murphy: “There is a type of humanity I gain from interacting so personally with meat that stretches and strains my empathy towards both animals and the ones eating them.”

June 5, 2017

For the Love of Movies: A Quiet Passion portrays Emily Dickinson with precision

The poetry of 19th century American life is on display in Terence Davies’ latest film