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- 9:38 p.m. Sat : Stephens women's basketball records 15-point win
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The City Council has asked city staff to explore options for the project that would serve students at West Middle School and West Boulevard Elementary.
The Tigers' second-leading receiver had shoulder surgery Wednesday. Senior Gavin Otte and freshman Nate Brown have been tabbed to replace Hunt.
The most complete game the Tigers have played all season ended in agony, thanks to a last-second fadeaway 3-pointer from Illinois' Rayvonte Rice.
Former Mayor Darwin Hindman tells the 276 Honors College graduates who received degrees at the ceremony that they "must strive to continually learn and improve."
MU Human and Environmental Sciences graduates eager to get out in the world: College awards 88 degrees Saturday.
MU engineering graduates celebrate new beginnings: College of Engineering awards 175 degrees on Friday.
MU journalism graduates prepare to enter the workforce: One hundred and thirty-four students awarded degrees Friday.
MU nursing graduates ready to spend their time serving Missouri: Eighty students received their bachelor of science in nursing degree on Friday afternoon.
Columbia College awards honorary degree: President Scott Dalrymple awarded degrees to 327 students.
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