The University of Missouri continues to grapple with the implications of the most recent incident of racism on its Columbia campus.
A group of military veterans has sued several Missouri educational institutions, alleging that they were systematically overcharged, the Riverfront Times reports.
Updated at 3:08 p.m. Jan. 28, 2011 with comment from Erdman and Krawitz.
Reporting from KBIA's Courtney Flatt also used in this report.
Krawitz says 20 percent of the revenue generated form the tuition increase will be put into financial aid.
Tuition at the four University of Missouri campuses will increase for the first time in two years after a vote by the systems' Board of Curators.
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