Photos by Tanzi Propst, Hanna Yowell and Morgan Lieberman
Published Feb. 16, 2015
A snowfall that began Sunday night and continued through Monday morning closed Mizzou's campus on Presidents Day. Classes were canceled and most offices were closed, but Campus Dining Services, Mizzou Rec, the Student Center and Ellis Library remained open for students on campus. Tigers gathered on the Quad to play in the fresh powder and hold a high-noon snowball fight.
The university resumes regular operations Tuesday, Feb. 17, with a chilly forecast likely to ensure the longevity of campus snowmen.
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Letting their light shine
Students partner with Cynthia Perez — Mizzou’s current artist in residence — to create #TigersSupportTigers projections.
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University of Missouri supporters celebrated the successful conclusion of the "Mizzou: Our Time to Lead" campaign and its record-breaking $1.41 billion total.
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The center, rooted in interdisciplinary research, will promote diverse research and engagement in critical conversations about race, citizenship and justice.
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