Here are links to a selection of articles on what has happened so far at Missouri. In the comments, please feel free to share other articles that you find useful for illuminating these events, fleshing out the bigger picture, or continuing the conversation about student (and student-athlete) activism.
The archive page for The Maneater, the student newspaper of the University of Missouri. Most of the articles from the last three days speak to some aspect of this situation and reflect a variety of viewpoints on campus. They include an interactive timeline of the football boycott.
From The Missourian, an article about Wolfe's resignation that includes links to earlier articles that provide an overview of recent events on the campus: "UM President Out: Wolfe's tenure ends amid hunger strike, protests, football player boycott."
A piece by Dave Zirin on The Nation that frames this action in the context of anti-racist student activism and ongoing student-athletes' labor struggles: "Black Mizzou Football Players are Going on Strike Against Campus Racism."
From Philip Bump, writing for the Washington Post: "How the Missouri football team just took down its university president."
A longer piece by Wesley R. Bishop and Andrew McGregor that provides historical context for the actions taken by the Mizzou football players: "Tiger Power: Racism, Protest, and Mizzou Football."