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Leading the charge

MU students, faculty and staff march on
campus during the Take Back the Night event in
April. Photo by Hannah Baldwin

MU administrators have been giving sexual prevention the old college try, but so far, students are the ones leading the way

Leading the charge

MU students, faculty and staff march on
campus during the Take Back the Night event in
April. Photo by Hannah Baldwin

MU administrators have been giving sexual prevention the old college try, but so far, students are the ones leading the way

Seeing with Sound

Gary Wunder, 60, is the president of the Missouri chapter of the National Federation of the Blind. He uses echolocation as a type of sonar to detect things in his environment.

Blind since infancy, Gary Wunder sought an alternative to sight. That's where echolocation came in.

Is kefir your next superfood?

Put down the kale. You might want to check out this "superfood."

<p>This newly popularized dairy drink has healing properties that leave consumers with flat bellies, flawless faces and happy lives — or so expects say</p>