By: Ben Burke Missouri baseball had no answer for Kentucky starting pitcher Sean Hjelle Friday night, as the Tigers had their four-game win streak broken with a 5-2 loss. Hjelle, who stands at 6’11”, easily handled the Missouri lineup. He spread five hits over seven shutout innings, racking up eight strikeouts. It took the Tigers […]
By: Josh Neighbors The Missouri Tigers (24-9) beat down the Arkanas-Pine Bluff Lions (9-22) by a score of 13-1 on Tuesday night at Taylor Stadium. The win made it three in a row for Steve Bieser’s ball club. Mizzou junior Andy Tolken went the distance only surrendering two hits while striking out seven batters. The […]
On Mar. 20, KCOU hosted the 2nd Annual Hip-Hop Showcase at The Shack. The Showcase was for artists to come out show of their skills. Throughout the night, there were technical issues that caused some trouble that didn’t go unnoticed.
In this piece, Greyson Holliday, a Mizzou undergraduate student studying psychology, found a strong correlation between philosophical religious thoughts and epilepsy.
In this piece, reporter Alex Neuhalfen examines a part of Mizzou many not hear about– the publishing section of The Mizzou Store. Students at Mizzou can publish their own books and works of art through the University of Missouri. She examines the process and the benefits of publishing through the Mizzou Store. The piece also looks at other student authors who have published their own work through this process as well.
From being a theater professor at the University of Missouri to a pastor at Columbia’s historic Second Baptist Church, Clyde Ruffin began a new career in politics. Ruffin was elected as First Ward City Council member in 2015 and is running for re-election.
By: Lauren Rosenberg The SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament kicked off in the first round with the Vanderbilt Commodores squaring off against the Alabama Crimson Tide. The game was supposed to be set in stone with a Commodores win, but sports always surprise you at every turn. The Commodores post a worse record than the Crimson […]
By: Cole Locascio Mizzou baseball extended its winning streak to 15, the longest in the nation, following yesterday’s walk-off win against Appalachian State. A bases-loaded single by Robbie Glendinning marked the fourth walk-off win by the Tigers this year. The Tigers were down 2-1 going into the bottom half of the ninth, but a solo […]
By: Grant Pomatto Once upon a time, the Western Conference seemed to be set in stone. The Golden State Warriors were well on their way to wrapping up the No. 1 seed for third season in a row. Then the Warriors dropped a 103-102 decision to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday, and now everything looks […]
By: James Stanley COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou baseball trailed Western Carolina for half of the night, but battled back with eight extra base hits to defeat the Catamounts 7-6 in walk off fashion at Taylor Stadium on Wednesday evening. The Tigers extended their winning streak to a dozen games, the longest since 2008. Missouri LHP […]