By Isaac VanDyne Last week, dozens of students participated in TigerHacks, a 36-hour “hackathon” hosted by the University of Missouri. Listen below to discover the full story:
By AJ Thomas and Sarah Lenzie The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival drew many people to Columbia, Missouri, from September 28-October 1, 2017. It was the eleventh year of the festival, and it took place at Stephens Lake Park instead of downtown, where it has been held in past years. The festival featured a […]
By Casey Murray A poster in support of white supremacy was found on the University of Missouri campus. Listen to the full story to learn more:
By John Jenco The Mizzou Meat Market provides a learning opportunity for students in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. From kill to sale, all aspects of meat processing are handled on campus. An on-site USDA inspector makes sure this process is handled ethically and safely for consumption. With beef, pig, sheep, chicken, […]
By Casey Murray I spoke with Alisa Carlson, curator at the University of Missouri’s Museum of Art and Archeology, about an art exhibit showcasing Japanese prints from the Tokugawa period. Carlson framed the exhibit intentionally to explore the plight of women during this time. Listen to the piece here:
Listen to Hannah France’s piece about service dogs on campus here:
By Casey Murray Stephens College put on the show “5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche” this past weekend, and it was just as fun as it sounds. Five women in charge of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein face their worst nightmare when a nuclear bomb goes off and they become […]
Researchers at the University of Missouri have discovered a gap between the popularity of Airbnb between males and females.
On April 12, the Student Health Center at the University of Missouri offered free testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) to Mizzou students.This piece goes over how testing works and some sexual health programs at the university. It talks about the ultimate need for sexual health awareness among college students.
Wesley Lowery, a reporter for the Washington Post, talks with KCOU reporter Stephanie Hamann about his experience covering the Michael Brown shooting. He delves into the need to be aware of marginalized communities and the difficulty of prosecuting police officers.