What living in a small space can give students

With more and more people attending college, students and architects have had to learn how to make the best of small spaces.

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‘Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!’ transports viewers across world

The latest four feature episodes of the Netflix original series tackle Japanese cultural differences with the same bubbly positivity viewers have come to know and love.

Around CoMo

30 years of crafting: Columbia Weavers and Spinners’ Guild hosts its annual holiday exhibition

Fiber crafters from all around mid-Missouri gathered to show off their creations.

On Campus

Freedom through fashion: IJM holds pop-up thrift sale

A one-day sale of secondhand clothes and accessories raised money for IJM, a global organization working to end slavery.

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Relevant Youth organizes free Columbia concert with sounds from local artists

Cafe Berlin hosted a free concert ran by student-run creative agency Relevant Youth to bring the community together for a night of music.

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Yin Yang night club holds annual Miss Gay City of Columbia pageant

Makeup, music and Mad Hatters were all on display at the annual pageant.

On Campus

Hackathon brings the spirit of Silicon Valley to MU

Carter Landis, student director and liaison, helped coordinate the third annual Hackathon.

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Rex Orange County’s “Pony” encourages hope amidst feelings of dejection

Rex Orange County’s new album “Pony” spreads a message of hopeful self-improvement.

On Campus

Student Composer Recital gives students an opportunity to perform their compositions

The concert allowed for compositions made by students to be heard by friends and family.

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Playwrights produce one-act plays as part of local festival

The Starting Gate Play Festival gives the local community a chance to be a part of the playwriting process.

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Relax with a goat on your back: Local farm hosts goat yoga sessions

The popular trend of goat yoga has shot off in the last few years. Now those living in Columbia are able to experience it themselves.