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Huddlestonsmith overcomes religious conflicts through freethought

Huddlestonsmith overcomes religious conflicts through freethought

On March 15 and 16, Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists and Agnostics hosted their first annual conference at University of Missouri-Columbia. Secular speakers came to discuss about their activism in America. The student organization wanted to have an event where nonreligious people come to the conference and connect with each other. “‘Atheism’ is often a dirty […]

Seniors pursue passion for art in higher education

Seniors pursue passion for art in higher education

Hover over the doors of each college to see the profiles of the seniors attending! Art by Elena Franck…

Religious persecution, coexistence in sight

Religious persecution, coexistence in sight

Though it may be out of mind and sight to many now, September 11, 2001 is one of those days that will go down in…

Men’s volleyball league underway

The RBHS Men’s Volleyball league’s first day of games was a hit, with six teams competing. Video by Eric Glennon…

Misuse of stimulants poses health risks

Misuse of stimulants poses health risks

The first time junior Madeline Perry took Adderall was when her boyfriend introduced it to her during her sophomore year. Having since been prescribed for…

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Coffee’s dark side: the dangers of caffeine

Coffee’s dark side: the dangers of caffeine

Columbia has four different coffee shops on one street. Amidst the hustle and bustle of downtown, Ninth Street…

British scientists identify hormone cortisol as initial possible biomarker for depression

British scientists identify hormone cortisol as initial possible biomarker for depression

Researchers at Cambridge University discovered what they believe may be the first biomarker for clinical depression. Their study,…

Escape to nature brings peace, clarity and tranquility for hikers

Escape to nature brings peace, clarity and tranquility for hikers

Walking along a ridge line with drop-offs on both sides that make visibility through the pine tree forest…

Rookie life-savers: Volunteering leads to uncovering of new passions

Rookie life-savers: Volunteering leads to uncovering of new passions

It was a devastating car accident, the mess of the collision and the public safety officers respondence that…

Hand-washing a vital, often neglected health practice

Hand-washing a vital, often neglected health practice

When junior Alp Kahveci was young, he always saw his parents wash their hands before eating food. His…

Students embrace body modifications as form of self-expression

On the Friday afternoon of Jan. 10, senior Campbell Thompson lay on her side as a man she…

‘Particle Fever’ Screening

‘Particle Fever’ Screening

With Columbia Public Schools out for the day, the opportunity to attend  the True/False Film Festival was perfect,…

An interview with Ryan Murdock, director of ‘Bronx Obama’

An interview with Ryan Murdock, director of ‘Bronx Obama’

In Bronx Obama Ryan Murdock, the film’s director and producer, asks the question: “How much does it cost…

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