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Wesley Bell: "You are never truly free if your brother is in chains
The first black St. Louis County prosecutor told law students Saturday to continue pushing for judicial reforms.
Feb 17 3:30AM Higher Education

The Missouri Crisis at 200: Kinder Institute kicks off bicentennial commemoration
The Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy's weekend conference marked the unofficial kickoff of the commemoration of the state's bicentennial. Panelists discussed the controversial history of Missouri's road to statehood and how it set the stage for the Civil War.
Feb 16 11:15PM Higher Education

Fashion designer and founder of label Chromat to speak at Stephens College
Designer Becca McCharen-Tran founded Chromat, a fashion label focused on "inclusion and authenticity.
Feb 15 5:39PM Higher Education

Pause your plans for reading day, MU students. You might have class.
MU Faculty Council voted Thursday to approve a motion allowing teachers to use reading day for classes missed due to severe weather.
Feb 15 1:38AM Higher Education

It's back: MU announces re-establishment of Graduate School
As an academic and administrative unit, The Graduate School will be able to provide resources to graduate students that the Office of Graduate Studies couldn't.
Feb 14 7:15PM Higher Education

MU reports increase in number of people accused of Title IX violations
MU released data on incidents of discrimination and harassment reported to the Office for Civil Rights & Title IX on Wednesday.
Feb 13 7:30PM Higher Education

Man arrested in connection to Bird scooters stolen from MU campus
Anthony Hamilton, 32, was arrested on charges of burglary, trespassing, stealing and property damage, according to a report from MU police.
Feb 8 7:45PM Higher Education

With budget tight, UM moves forward with $220 million research facility
The TPMC is intended to dial up the UM System's health-related research to a world-class level. The money isn't lined up yet, but the UM president said the project is moving ahead no matter what.
Feb 6 11:30PM Higher Education

UM System officials to give update on Translational Precision Medicine Complex
The update is scheduled for Wednesday at noon.
Feb 5 9:30PM Higher Education

It's not much, but it's home': Engineering students worry about their library
A student forum followed a week of mounting frustration about a proposal to add space to MU's College of Engineering by repurposing its library.
Feb 5 12:30AM Higher Education

Access Missouri recipients look to increase funding for state's only need-based grant program
While (college) is an investment, it's an investment that many families simply can't afford out of pocket, one student told lawmakers.
Feb 3 8:15PM Higher Education

MU kicks off Black History Month with "The Many Natalia Bolvar" U.S. premiere
This is the 21st documentary directed and produced by MU professor Juanamara Cordones-Cook.
Feb 2 1:30AM Higher Education

UM Board of Curators Audit Committee reviews report on drug diversion
A report recommended MU Health Care pharmacy and nursing services build on existing drug diversion prevention practices to put a more "robust" program in place.
Feb 2 1:00AM Higher Education

UPDATED: MU football banned from 2019-20 postseason in NCAA's academic fraud investigation
MU football, baseball and softball each received postseason bans resulting from an NCAA academic fraud investigation into the athletic department.
Jan 31 5:08PM Higher Education

MU delays opening campus until 10 a.m. Thursday
Campus dining, hospital services and vet clinics will be open during regular hours.
Jan 31 3:08AM Higher Education

Trouble with shuttles prompts MU to cancel classes
After receiving notice from Green Way Shuttles that some buses were not operational, a quick decision was made to cancel classes.
Jan 30 10:30PM Higher Education

MU's cancellation prompts celebration and complaint
Some students were already on campus and at least two professors continued with class.
Jan 30 3:45PM Higher Education

MU cancels Wednesday classes at the last minute
The university cited issues with private contractor shuttles not able to provide transportation service to campus.
Jan 30 2:00PM Higher Education