The Mizzou Tigers remain undefeated during this regular season as they roll to a 44 victory over the Wagner Seahawks 99-55. The Tigers led from the outset as they led by 16 in the first 10 minutes of the game and continued to build on that lead throughout. Led in the first half by Kassius Robertson and Jontay Porter they jumped out to a 54-21 point lead at the end of the first half as the second half followed suit of the first half with more hustle and effort from the Tigers.
Lauren Rosenberg Week 9 of the 2017 NFL season is in the books which means we are halfway through the season. There have been tons of injuries ending many star player’s seasons but the season has been bright for the healthy players. Here are my halfway season projections for the NFL honors awards. Defensive Rookie […]
At his weekly press conference, head coach Barry Odom praised his young freshman talent and showed faith in his team to get to bowl eligibility. After a dominant win over Tennessee, Missouri’s head coach Barry Odom looked relieved to be able to walk up to the podium after yet another victory for his Tigers. In his opening statement, Odom was quick to praise the performance of the run game and just as quick to recognize the missed opportunities in the passing game.
Rugby is a sport that flows like soccer and plays like football. It’s not a sport appreciated by the majority of American sports fans. Still, it’s found a niche following in clubs and universities across the nation. Mizzou’s club rugby squad has seen tremendous success in recent seasons. Just last year, the team made it to the final four in their collegiate division. In 2017, the team is off to a 3-1 start. On October 28, the team did battle in a tight game against Iowa State resulting in a 17-15 victory.
Rather than just throwing away old clothes and buying new ones, the Mizzou environmental leadership allows students to swap out their old fashion for other donated items at the Mizzou seasonal clothing swap. At the event, students can bring in up to seven items to trade in, then shop around a wide selection of other clothes students have donated and swap out their wardrobes item for item. Amy Eultgen, the organizer of the event, explains how the event got started, as well as why reusing clothing is an important part of living sustainably.
Stephens College hosted the Citizen Jane Film Festival last weekend, Oct. 26-29. The festival showcases films directed by women. The report covers members of the audience who saw some of the films, as well as interviews with members of the cast and crew.
Recently there has been a push from students in Stephens College to get the school to accept transgender women. I spoke to Olivia, a student who transferred into Stephens last semester, on why they believes trans women should be allowed into the women’s college.
When the Boy Scouts of America announced that they would be allowing girls to join the organization, people across the nation responded fervently. I spoke with Greg Baker, the development director for the Great Rivers Council, about what changes this entails for the organization. He has been involved with Boy Scouts his whole life and thus had much to say about the subject.
The Columbia Genealogy Conference took place on Oct. 7 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The event involved sessions with speakers from all over the country, as well as personal consultations if attendees wanted to find more information. The mail goal of the event was discovering research skills so attendees could dig through their past and figure out their family history. The event was free and open to all, even those not members of the church.
Les Bourgeois Vineyards hosted their annual Crush Festival on Oct. 7-8, 2017. The free event consisted of grape stomping, pumpkin painting, bouncy house jumping, and live music. Children and adults alike got plugged into this event and enjoyed these two beautiful fall days.