MU Department of Theatre hosts performance series for climate change awareness

MU Department of Theatre partners with Climate Change Theatre Action to perform a series of plays related to environmental issues. This article was originally published on the MOVE Magazine website on Oct. 15, 2019. As climate change and environmental preservation become more of a priority in society, the desire for change and conversation about what … Continue reading MU Department of Theatre hosts performance series for climate change awareness

MU Language Partners bridges gap between cultures

Program pairs non-native English students with native English speakers to help practice conversational English and learn about new cultures. MU Language Partners was originally published on the MOVE Magazine website on Oct. 8, 2019, and was printed in the Homecoming edition of The Maneater. Communication is one of the most important parts of building relationships. … Continue reading MU Language Partners bridges gap between cultures

Roots N Blues improves eco-friendly options at festival

The sustainability team is working with vendors and attendants to limit waste during the festival this year. This article was originally published on the MOVE Magazine website and printed in The Maneater on Sept. 17, 2019. Event planning for this year’s Roots N Blues N BBQ festival focused on more than just creating the music … Continue reading Roots N Blues improves eco-friendly options at festival

Novel conversations

By Sophie Stephens A recent rise in minority authors has kickstarted a literary movement that tackles issues like racism and police brutality through young adult fiction. Books like “Dear Martin” provide a way to bring students together through understanding each other’s backgrounds. The 2017-18 climate survey revealed that minority students at West felt unsafe, unwelcome or targeted … Continue reading Novel conversations