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Sept. 28, 2016

Last night, University of Missouri police received a report of an incident during which racial slurs were used. MU police officers responded immediately and identified the students involved in the incident. Both the Office of Student Conduct and the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX have been notified; officials in both offices are taking appropriate action. Additionally, Kevin McDonald, interim vice chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity, is meeting with the students affected and has offered support from the University. Counseling Center staff have been alerted and will be reaching out to affected students to offer support today.  Full Story

College-Aged Survey Participants Indicate Last Night’s Presidential Debate Changed Minds and Influenced Their Support

MU political communication experts share results from multi-campus presidential debate-viewing parties

Sept. 27, 2016

Results of a debate-viewing study among college students reveal that Hillary Clinton outperformed Donald Trump in their first presidential debate. The study, which was coordinated by the University of Missouri’s Political Communication Institute (PCI), included a survey of 400 college students from around the country before and after the debate. Results of the survey indicate a more than 10 percent increase in the likelihood that those students surveyed will vote for Clinton.  Full Story
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