A recent report from the League of Student Advocates showed substantial inequities in the distribution of four state-run student aid programs, calling for large-scale changes to state financial aid. The same day, Missouri State Representative Kevin Windham, who has been critical of the state…
As temperatures will soon begin falling, local organizations are bracing for the winter. On Sept. 9, the Community Partnership of the Ozarks h… Read more
MSU parking lots 45 and 46, at the corner of West Mill Street and North Campbell Avenue, were sold to the city in summer of 2021 to help in th… Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given full approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. Read more
A week removed from winning the Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational in Hammons Student Center, the Missouri State Bears volleyball team went on the road again to compete in the three-game, two-day Jayhawk Classic in Lawrence, Kansas.
The Missouri State club hockey team opened the season this weekend, defeating Illinois State twice. Read more
This week, the Missouri State Women’s Golf team started off their season with a fifth place finish and score of 904 at Payne Stewart Memorial … Read more
With no game this week, the Missouri State football team has time for resting, recovering, and retooling. Read more
After a year of demolition and renovation, Plaster Student Union has opened a new space dedicated to competitive video games. The area is primarily intended to be the central home on campus for Missouri State University’s growing esports activity.
Sept. 16 marks the grand opening of Carrie’s Café, a student run restaurant, for the fall semester 2021 semester. The restaurant is located on… Read more
Bear-ear headbands, games of cornhole and selfies with Boomer the Bear are returning after over a year. Read more
Cider Days Festival hosted its 23rd annual event, and it finished strong as the crowd barely dwindled even into the last few minutes of the event. Cider Days is an annual event that takes place on Historic Walnut Street and hosts a wide variety of vendors from food trucks to local businesses…
When I first heard that there was going to be a prequel to the 1996 live-action film “101 Dalmatians” about the origin of the classic villain Cruella de Vil, I didn’t have very high expectations. Disney has failed time after time with their prequels: “The Lion King 1½” (2004), “Cinderella II… Read more
On Tuesday, Sept. 14, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Norm Macdonald shockingly died after an almost decade-long “battle” with acute leukemia. Read more
Hurricane Ida has affected the lives of countless victims, causing severe damage to several states. The hurricane has displaced thousands of people from their homes and has left many others without electricity, food or other basic necessities. Read more