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  • Missouri board empowers Chancellor Brady Deaton to explore conference realignment, flirts with leaving Big 12

     
    Missouri board empowers Chancellor Brady Deaton to explore conference change, flirts with leaving Big 12...
  • Big 12 authorizes move to invite Texas Christian

     
    TCU and the Big 12: The Big 12 Conference, seemingly on the brink of extinction only days ago, announced Thursday morning that it had authorized its board of directors to begin negotiations to make TCU its 10th member....
  • Women objectify women in music videos too, researchers find

     
    University of Missouri researchers find that women are also guilty of sexual objectification of females in music videos. The study of the most popular pop, hip-hop/R&B and country videos from 2006-2010 shows female country performers were least likely...
  • John Corrigan named AME for arts and entertainment; Laurie Ochoa, A&E editor

     
    A memo to the newsroom from Editor Davan Maharaj: Today, I’m announcing a new leadership team for one of the most important journalistic franchises at The Times. I’m pleased to announce that John Corrigan, our Business editor since 2009, will....
  • Why Duron Carter is unlikely to play in 2012

     
    As mentioned earlier today, the Duron Carter situation is anything but done. Being accepted into the school and football program are two hurdles, but the biggest would be receiving eligibility for the 2012 football season. It doesn't seem likely Carter......
  • Subject: In defense of the besieged email interview

     
    This school year alone, three prominent college newspapers have issued general prohibitions against email interviews. And since "if it happens three times, it's a trend" is an informal law of journalism, I consider it my duty to weigh in. "We've......
  • Weak state laws let public officials stonewall citizens looking for information

    Thom Rae wants to know why his town is spending $1 million to keep a second-run theater afloat. Kevin and Anne Barber want to know what happened to the principal who forced their 8th grader and his classmates to kneel painfully on a gym floor during a...
  • Prosecutor urges judge to jail 2 reporters at once

    A special prosecutor pleaded with a federal judge yesterday to punish two recalcitrant reporters by sending them to jail, not put them under house arrest as they had hoped. In memos filed with the U.S. District Court in Washington, the prosecutor,...