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.
Mizzou was put under a tornado warning on Monday night. Many students gathered in basements of several buildings during the warning. Severe thunderstorm warning lasted until 11 PM and a tornado watch lasted until 4 AM. Alec Stutson briefly reports on this.
Alec Stutson goes out into downtown Columbia to see how artists in the local area exhibit and establish themselves in the area. He explores how local artists find avenues to showcase themselves and the impact it has on the community, and vice versa. Listen to learn more about the art scene in Columbia.
Lt. April Colvin has been working for the MUPD for 18 years and currently assists in teaching several self defense classes that range from Rape Assault Defense training to Citizens’ Respond to Active Threats. These classes are made readily available at the police station and free. Members of the Columbia community, students, faculty and staff can participate as well.
KCOU News digs in to the controversy around the Tiger Plan and Campus Dining Services.
In an open forum hosted by the Missouri Student Association on Thursday night, approximately 20 students gathered to share their questions and concerns with the new MU Alert system.
After Missouri Students Association Senate Speaker Mark McDaniel gaveled in the meeting, conversations and discussions ranged from diversity, to elections and more. However, there was one topic that was brought up again and again: the university’s budget. Or, more accurately, the cuts to the budget.