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University of Missouri, Columbia students walk across campus on Nov. 9, when University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe resigned amid protests over racial tensions at the school.
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November 14, 2015 After the system president was ousted and a football game was held in suspense, University of Missouri at Columbia students share their views about what they hope will follow.
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November 13, 2015 "If you want to stand there and put your hands up, I respect that. That is your right. But shoving people is not a right," said Tim Tai, student photographer.
The Black Culture Center at the University of Missouri.
November 13, 2015 Since online threats targeting black students were posted online, black students have found ways to support each other.
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November 9, 2015 After student protests, a hunger strike and a players' strike over racist incidents on campus, University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe agreed to step down.
A softly-lit Booches' burger, back in the days of the Hostess bun.
November 30, 2012 It's not just Twinkie hoarders and Ding Dong lovers that feel the pain of the Hostess factory closings. For the first time in about 40 years, Booches Billiard Hall in Columbia, Mo. has to go elsewhere to source the buns for its famous burgers. Regulars say they are adapting to the change.
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