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It’s all about letting your secrets go.

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For the Columbia native, the premiere was two world’s colliding.

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A celebration with strobe lights, dance music and expressing your self-identity

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One heck of an empowering talk.

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Missed the this year’s Color Dash 5K? Here’s a photo slideshow of the run.

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After almost two decades of work with the cartoon The Boondocks, Aaron McGruder says his farewells. Here’s a timeline showing the show’s evolution from a comic to where it is now.

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Public Enemy member Chuck D connects the history of racial inequality with the future of hip hop.

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Follow the happenings on social media as tornado warnings and severe storms peppered the state on Thursday afternoon and evening.

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Stephens College is now offering a “Perfect Murder” class. Students need to come up with murder plans without being caught. If there is a textbook for this course, these cases might be chosen.

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VoxTalk got the scoop on what to expect during your next visit to House of Chow from new owner James Lowe.

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Spring break is finally here! Here are some ways Mizzou students are spending it.

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A Duke University freshman believes acting as a porn star is empowering, but she isn’t as empowered as she thinks.

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The night movie lovers across the world have been waiting for was near perfect, but see which moments most caught Vox’s eye.

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Mizzou football favorite Michael Sam publicly came out as gay on Feb. 9, and the Mizzou community used Twitter to show their support and commend him for his courage.

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Four days ahead of Chinese New Year, Clydesdales appeared on the Great Wall in Beijing to officially start its tour of China.

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Following January’s fierce cold snap, and as an Australian in Columbia, I’m struggling to comprehend the physical possibility of weather this cold.

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How many times did people give Obama a standing ovation? And how many times did Speaker Boehner actually show emotion?

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Having trouble waking up on time? Check out our handy tips.

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You could be losing out on a lot more than just binge-watching Netflix.

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Do cats really love us?

December 16, 2013 12:01 am by

Cats have always had the bad rep of acting indifferently toward people, especially compared to the overwhelming love of dogs. Well, according to this new study by the Animal Cognition journal, this reputation might actually be true.

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