Filmmakers Emily Robinson, Margaret Byrne and Dionna McMillian discuss their movies in the Citizen Jane Film Festival and the role of women in the film industry. Each director offered a unique aspect to the film world not just as a woman, but as a dimensional human being.
RHA granted the African Interdisciplinary Studies Hub (AISH) $2575 after much deliberation, the money going toward their screening of The Forgotten Kingdom. This is one of the six movies in AISH’s African Film Series, and this is the first year the series is occurring.
Elena Cruz dives into and explores the local anti-Planned Parenthood protesters’ thoughts and beliefs. She takes a look into some of MU students’ views as well as other citizens of Columbia.
This year, freshman students were required to read a book called Just Mercy, by Bryan Stevenson, which talks about legal injustice in American courts and prison. To give students hands-on experience, Mizzou Honors College faculty gave students a trip to an infamous Missouri Prison to see what it’s like.
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In this piece, we take a brief look into LBC (Legion of Black Collegians) preparing for the special tradition of Homecoming. They discuss about the recent racial incident at Mizzou, the racial protests that happened last year on campus, the effects of both events, and how they are moving forward.