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Congratulations to the spring 2017 Editorial Board! We look forward to a great semester! Editor-in-Chief: Jared Kaufman Managing Editors: George ... (more)
Last week, The Maneater published a column written by Chris Vas called “Column: Black Lives Matter is addressing the wrong ... (more)
Not sold on why you should work for us? Don't worry, I wrote out some talking points. Here's five reasons ... (more)
The Residence Halls Association voted to increase the social fee during Congress on April 25. If approved by the Board ... (more)
MSA Senate passed amendments to its bylaws to clarify the removal process for the chief justice and two other acts ... (more)
Congratulations to the 2016–17 Editorial Board! Thank you to everyone who applied. We look forward to a great year! Editor-in-Chief: ... (more)
To see our coverage on the new housing complex that will be going up, check out Columbia makes way for ... (more)
MSA Full Senate unanimously confirmed the executive cabinet and passed four resolutions during its meeting April 13. Senate also confirmed ... (more)
Read our story on suicide awareness: Shed the Silence event to bring mental health and campus suicide awareness (more)
The Maneater won "Best in State" and "Best Overall Newspaper" at the Missouri College Media Association 2015-16 conference in Cape ... (more)
Five new faces will join the Graduate Professional Council executive board, according to a Facebook post from the organization Tuesday. ... (more)
The William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence recognizes outstanding MU professors every spring. Recipients were presented a check for ... (more)
Among this month’s top stories are the end of Payton Head’s presidency, MU budget cuts and vandalism at Gateway Hall. ... (more)
The Missouri Students Association full Senate debated three pieces of legislation and one committee chair resigned. Student Affairs Committee Chairwoman ... (more)
Team building was the focus of the Residence Halls Association weekly committee meetings Feb. 7. Committees were given the option ... (more)