The University of Missouri-Columbia saw some early indicators this week that it might be turning the page from protests and accusations of racial insensitivity that tarnished the school’s reputation in 2015. Congratulations — with an asterisk — are due.
The University of Missouri-Columbia saw some early indicators this week that it might be turning the page from protests and accusations of racial insensitivity that tarnished the school’s reputation in 2015. Congratulations — with an asterisk — are due. Allison Long File photo
The University of Missouri-Columbia saw some early indicators this week that it might be turning the page from protests and accusations of racial insensitivity that tarnished the school’s reputation in 2015. Congratulations — with an asterisk — are due. Allison Long File photo

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