Eight hundred and seventy one high school students suffered concussions during last fall, according to a new survey conducted by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. Unsurprisingly, 75 percent of those concussions happened to football players. State lawmakers made this survey mandatory last year, so there isn’t any previous data with which to compare it.
Scientists researching complex topics often come up empty-handed when it comes time to explain their findings. It’s hard to distill years of intricate, complex research into tiny bytes a layman can understand.
Sparked by past events around the nation, one Missouri senator is trying to make disrupting a house of worship punishable by up to 15 days in jail and a three hundred dollar fine for first time offenders.
The University of Missouri's in-state undergraduates received a good news today. The UM Board of Curators voted to hold tuition increases to three percent starting this fall. In past weeks there was discussion of raising tuition by two or three times that much. However, the proposed tuition increase will leave MU with a forty-seven million dollar budget gap.