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 […]
Just after 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night, Board of Elections Commissioners Chairwoman Brooke Wiggins announced that Nathan Willett and Payton Englert won the 2017 Missouri Students Association presidential election with 54 percent of the vote.
The great streaming debate has raged on for over a decade now. While I could tell you the relative advantages of streaming vs. downloading (convenience, access to a huge library of music at any given time, the way it assists users in finding new music), I think it would be better to point out the […]
Welcome back to the Mizzou View! In this episode, we cover on the recently implemented X-points system and how Mizzou Rec is using it. We take a quick look back at Mizzou Idol and its talented contestants. Finally, a science story about a software set to trend in the scientific community. Listen to the Mizzou […]
Last Sunday, February 12, 2017, 26.05 million people around the world gathered around their TVs expecting to be, once again, disappointed by the obviously manufactured and highly aristocratic sense of musicality that is the Grammy Awards. What they got, however, was an often funnier, more eventful, and certainly more political iteration of the Recording Academy’s […]