A stop sign on the corner of Tiger Avenue and Conley Avenue has been edited to say "Stop Hate" on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Several classes were cancelled on Wednesday after various threats were made to campus Tuesday night.
Members of Concerned Student 1950 embrace during a protest in the Reynolds Alumni Center on Saturday, November 7, 2015. The alumni center was just one of many stops the students took during the protest to voice present concerns.
Members of MU's Legion of Black Collegians and Concerned Student 1950 supporters share an emotional moment after an on campus protest on Saturday, November 7, 2015. The students voiced their concerns and told stories of racism on campus at each location.
Legion of Black Collegian members and Concerned Student 1950 supporters gather outside the Reynolds Alumni Center after an emotional protest on the MU campus on Saturday, November 7, 2015. The protest occurred on the sixth day of Jonathan Butler's #MizzouHungerStrike.
Concerned Student 1950 supporters gather in the basement of MU's Student Center for a healing meeting on Nov. 11, 2015. The group was split into smaller circles to give students a chance to speak to recent racial tension on MU's campus.
MU Young Americans for Liberty President Ian Paris speaks with State Representative Alex Witoslawski during a Free Speech Wall on Lowry Mall on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Paris said the event had been planned prior to recent events on campus, but it's imperative to maintain an open dialogue.
Members and supporters of Concerned Student 1950 march through MU's campus on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015.The "We're Not Afraid March" took place in response to threats that were made to MU students on Tuesday on social media.
MU graduate student Jonathan Butler stands next to a column on the south steps of Jesse Hall during the "We're Not Afraid March" on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. Butler ended a a seven day hunger strike Monday after UM System President Tim Wolfe announced his resignation.
Tyler Riley, an MU sophomore, makes a heart with her hands as she marches in support with Concerned Student 1950 on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. The "We're Not Afraid March" is in response to threats made to black students on MU's campus.
Ayana Poole, an original member of Concerned Student 1950, stops at the intersection of Hitt and Rollins streets to sing during the "We're Not Afraid March" on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. The march traversed from the Black Culture Center through Greektown, ending at Jesse Hall.