Thank you @Mizzou and @MizzouParents for another awesome Family Weekend! So thrilled this is my daughters home awa… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

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Honestly where would you rather spend a Saturday #79-0 #MIZ https://t.co/Q8TJCdZpHB

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@Mizzou Well they were just columns, not THE Columns. You and your darn technicalities.

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Mizzou football broke the school record of 69 points, beating Delaware State 79-0! It's the most points the Tigers have scored since beating Mizzou Engineering 90-0 in 1890!

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Marvin Zanders waltzes in from 14 yards out, and has his third TD (second rushing) of the game! #MIZ #ShowMe 🐯🏈 https://t.co/Co7UH22ANV

TOUCHDOWN, ERIC LAURENT! With 3:15 left in the 3rd, we've broken our single-game scoring record with 72 points.… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

Mizzou going all black for today's game against Delaware State! Tigers kick off on SEC Network at 3 p.m.!

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Congrats to Enola-Riann White and Erika Harrison for winning the Mizzou G.O.L.D. award during the Mizzou Alumni Association Leaders Celebration!

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So many passionate performances of poetry last night at Traditions Plaza! Thanks to MSA/GPC for hosting Poetry in the Park! Photos by Jake Hamilton.

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Happy first day of Fall! Pictured are The Quad, Memorial Union, Peace Park and Capen Park. What's your favorite place for fall leaves?

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Tigers cooled off and had some fun at today's Take Action Carnival hosted by the MU Counseling Center! Photos by Morgan Lieberman.

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"My parents met in Columbia back in the ‘80s, so I literally wouldn’t be here without Mizzou. Ever since I can remember, I have been a fan of the Black and Gold. Meeting Truman at Faurot Field as a toddler will remain the peak of my childhood. When it was time to pick a college, the University of Missouri was automatically the frontrunner, and despite some initial hesitation, I decided to make Columbia my home in 2013. That decision would prove to be one of the smartest things that I have done, or will do for the rest of my life. At the Missouri School of Journalism, I have been privileged to work with a group of highly motivated and supportive professors and peers. I am amazed every day at how passionate the faculty and staff are in promoting a positive learning environment and pushing students outside of their comfort zones. Working with the best and brightest in the J-School day after day has been unbelievably helpful. Seeing the great ideas and work that my classmates produce motivates me to work harder in and out of the classroom. Going into my senior year is a bittersweet feeling. I am beyond excited to graduate and to see what life has to offer me next, but I will miss walking around Columbia and enjoying the school as an undergrad just as much. Whatever happens next, Mizzou will have helped shape me into the person that I am today and I could not be more proud to be #MizzouMade!" - Collin Carpio, journalism

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The Tigers lost a heartbreaker 28-27 but the team showed improvement across the board. Mizzou's home again on Saturday vs. Delaware St. at 3 p.m. Photos by Rob Hill and Morgan Lieberman.

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That's a wrap! Thanks to everyone for participating in the first National Green Dot Day of Action!

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We're close to kickoff! 6:30 p.m. on SEC Network! Fight Tiger!

It's #FreebieFriday so to celebrate, we're giving away shirts from Truman's 30th birthday! Come find us at Table 5 in the Student Center!

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"The University of Missouri has broadened my beliefs and fortified my strengths. I have been given optimal opportunities to develop as a leader and a plethora of places to call home. Whether mentoring those who seek my support, serving as president of an organization or tutoring students through the Student Success Center, I have learned so much about myself and the communities around me. Due to the depth of activities and cultures at Mizzou, I've been consistently confronted with circumstances that challenge me and curate my growth. I've been blessed with faculty who genuinely care about my well-being inside and outside the classroom, as well as captivating classmates who have inspired me to cultivate change and build bridges. Through adversity, guidance, scholarship and love, Mizzou has helped shape me into the person I am today. For all of that and more, I am forever grateful and #MizzouMade." -Okechukwu Ukaga, Health Sciences

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Had to share the photos of this morning's sunrise Josh McElfresh shared with us on Twitter this morning! 😻

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A candlelight vigil was held last night in honor of Tyler Romaker. The Mizzou family's thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in peace. Photos by Shane Epping and Morgan Lieberman.

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John Willett, a '95 grad in economics, died on Sept. 11, 2001. He worked on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center. His parents, Ronald and Lucille, still have the answering machine John would leave messages on, but they have erased all of his messages. Today, we honored John and others who lost their lives in the attacks. Following the Patriots Day ceremony on the Quad, interim chancellor Hank Foley presented Lucille with a commemorative gift in the rotunda. Photos by Shane Epping.

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The Tigers beat Eastern Michigan 61-21 to give coach Barry Odom his first win! QB Drew Lock tied a school record by throwing five touchdowns. Plus we celebrated Truman's 30th birthday, Olympic medalist J'den Cox and hosted bands from across the state! Photos by Shane Epping, Morgan Lieberman and Mikala Compton.

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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?!?!?!?! Faurot Field's first home game kicks off at 6:30pm against Eastern Michigan on the SECN! Photos by Morgan Lieberman.

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