Jan. 27, 2018

The strength of voting is reinforced by the Women’s March

“The last year had imprinted immense negativity in my head and now I was surrounded by like-minded individuals who understood what I have been fighting for: equality.”

Nov. 14, 2017

Art Beat: Photographer TJ Ronin aims to capture personal identity through his work

TJ Ronin: “Not in obvious ways, but in subtle ways I’m trying to critique how black identity is portrayed and how we utilize our portrayed identities as our own.”

Nov. 11, 2017

Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’: a track-by-track analysis

Swift’s sixth album is the most honest and hard hitting of her releases

Nov. 09, 2017

The first semester evolves college style

When your alarm goes off, you have an 8 a.m. class and it’s 40 degrees outside, what’s easiest to put on?

Nov. 09, 2017

Consider the pros and cons before signing a lease with friends

Although living with friends in college may seem like the best idea ever, there can be problems with boundaries and privacy.

Nov. 05, 2017

From jokes to Greek life: a look at the rise of the Mizzou Dad shirt

If you thought it was just parents wearing shirts that say “Mizzou Mom” or “Mizzou Dad,” you thought wrong.

Nov. 01, 2017

Try these makeup looks for a last-minute Halloween costume

If you find yourself without a costume on Halloween, turn to these makeup ideas for some inspiration.

Nov. 01, 2017

“The Light of the Moon” Film Review: a stark portrayal of a woman's post-sexual assault life

Director Jessica M. Thompson tells harrowing tale of a young woman trying to piece her life back together after assault in her first film.

Nov. 01, 2017

‘Sami Blood’ Film Review: an honest coming-of-age story that resonates with all

Newcomer Amanda Kernell pulls from her personal experience of being half-Sami to tell the tale of a young girl navigating between two worlds.

Nov. 01, 2017

Destroyer channels simplicity in subtly dismal "ken"

Destroyer combines raw melancholy with stripped musical arrangements in new release.

Nov. 01, 2017

Niall Horan’s folk-oriented sound shines in solo debut

“Flicker” has a mellow feel that varies widely from other recent pop works

Oct. 31, 2017

Phosphors provides a unique setting for digital art at Citizen Jane Film Festival

The installation broke the format of the festival and gave attendees freedom to roam.

Oct. 30, 2017

Vegas Baby exposes the life of three couples living with infertility

“This is a very personal film for me,” Micheli said. “I am thankful to the people on this film. 'Vegas Baby' always evokes discussion among an audience.”

Oct. 25, 2017

‘The Departure’ shows the life of a Buddhist priest who works with people grappling with their suicidal thoughts

From Nemoto grappling with his own health to helping others, the audience is shown a complex range of emotions.

Oct. 25, 2017

_Wonder Woman_ and memes among best Halloween costumes this year

These costumes are fun, topical and easy to put together.

Oct. 24, 2017

This Halloween, avoid a culturally appropriated costumes

Culturally appropriated costumes are harmful and stigmatizing.

Oct. 23, 2017

A look inside Homecoming at Mark Twain Residence Hall

Mark Twain Residence Hall created banners, decorated the district and participated in the Homecoming parade

Oct. 22, 2017

Whose Streets? tells story of St. Louis protests in wake of Michael Brown’s shooting death

MU students share their opinions on the impact of the documentary

Oct. 18, 2017

Meet the freshman female lead of Sigma Sigma Sigma’s Homecoming comedy skit

Freshman Anna Barone talks about her hopes and experiences leading up to the big night.

Oct. 18, 2017

Mizzou Store in overdrive ahead of Homecoming weekend

Homecoming season brings an influx of shoppers to the Mizzou Store.