Nov 09, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The latest on the protests and turmoil over racially charged incidents at the University of Missouri (all times local): 10:20 a.m. The president of the University of Missouri System says he is resigning amid student criticism of his handling of racial issues. President Tim Wolfe said Monday that his resignation is effective immediately. The announcement came at a special...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/1mr7s
Racially charged incidents at the University of Missouri have led to numerous protests, a hunger strike by a graduate student and at least 30 black football players announcing they were on strike — with all of them calling for the president of the four-campus system to be removed. Here's a look...
As proud Alumni of the University of Missouri- Columbia we all have worked to raise the profile of the university that we love. The recent racist hate crimes at Mizzou are shameful, but not as shameful as the dismissive statements and victim blaming that President Tim Wolfe has issued in response...
COLUMBIA, Mo. (TheBlaze/AP) — Black Missouri football players announced Saturday night on Twitter that they will not participate in team activities until the university president is removed from office. The statement from the athletes was tweeted out Saturday by several members of the football...
"We will no longer participate in any football related activities until President Tim Wolfe resigns or is removed due to his negligence toward marginalized students' experiences. WE ARE UNITED!!!!!"
More than 30 black Missouri football players announced Saturday night that they will stop participating in football activities until University of Missouri system president Tim Wolfe resigns.
India's central bank has asked commercial lenders to link their core software with the SWIFT interbank messaging system by the end of April, bankers said, in the latest regulatory action after a $1.8 billion fraud at Punjab National Bank (PNB).
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that, for NFL players, football is a "job" and that "they can do free speech on their own time."
Companies are severing ties with the National Rifle Association en masse.
Sponsored by @LootboxGames code Insanity for 5% off
Chinese regulators’ move to seize Anbang Insurance, which some view as a quasi-nationalization of the company, sheds light on how far these so-called gray-rhino conglomerates have fallen out of favor with President Xi Jinping’s government.
Pro tip: If you’re going to falsify documents, it’s probably a good idea to learn how computers work.