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 on-air segment of the Pulse, KCOU’s daily news show, the hosts converse with Amuche Nwafor, a participant in Mizzou’s annual Women’s Poetry Night. Female poems (and males are allowed to participate) perform poetry in a supportive and appreciative space during the night. Nwafor talks about her experience with poetry and shares some pieces of her own.
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.
In this on-air section of the Pulse, KCOU’s daily news show, our hosts bring in DNA, a local Columbia musical artist who performs in many genres. He talks about his opinions on music, explains the process of how he makes them and more.
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.
In this week’s Mizzou View, learn more about Clyde Ruffin, a city council candidate for Columbia’s First Ward. Also in this week’s episode is a science piece analyzing a new type of relationship– LAT, or Living Apart Together. It’s when a couple remains in a committed relationship but do not live with each other. Check […]
KCOU’s very own Alec Stutson watched a variety of films from Columbia’s True/False Festival two weekends ago. Listen to his takes and summaries on two of his favorite films: a movie about the struggles of Chileans with Down syndrome and a documentary about a murder of a child beauty pageant.
At the University of Missouri, assistant professor Jacquelyn Benson is exploring LATs or “Living Apart Together” relationships and delving into how it works, how it impacts family members and its role in the historical context of relationships.
In this week’s Mizzou View, we cover last week’s tornado alert and some of what has happened in Mizzou sports. Then, we have an in-depth science feature on nursing homes by Madison Seehusen.