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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Issue: Maneater v. 79, Issue 25
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CAFNR assistant professor dies in car crash

CAFNR assistant professor dies in car crash

Anthony Peccoux hoped his research would help rejuvenate the state’s grape and wine industry.

Missouri stumbles late against Syracuse

Missouri stumbles late against Syracuse

The Tigers must now win in College Station next week to become bowl eligible.

Missouri passes first test of season

Missouri passes first test of season

The Tigers took the lead against Western Illinois in the final five minutes.

TIGER TRACKER: Week 12

A look at what to watch in the team's Senior Day matchup with Syracuse on Saturday.

Separate yet cohesive: 'THIRST' united by variety

Missouri Contemporary Ballet’s "THIRST" includes a wide assortment of works.

Matisyahu pleases the CoMo crowd … and surfs it, too

Matisyahu pleases the CoMo crowd … and surfs it, too

Find out what you missed last night at The Blue Note.

Column: Mapping the landscape: a guide to MLB free agency

Josh Hamilton leads this year's market.

Tigers trounce Wildcats 37-0 in home opener

Missouri wrestlers came away with four major decisions in the win.

Eat of the Week: Easy Breezy Banana Bread

Banana bread was a childhood favorite of mine. Its sweet, cinnamony smell woke me early in the morning when my mom would take it out of the oven. Unfortunately for college students, an oven isn’t always easily accessible. I decided to create a recipe so you can cook this ...

Eat of the Week: S’more Sandwich

For the past week, I’ve had an immense desire for s’mores. Because residence halls tend to frown upon campfires, I decided to settle for a dining hall s’more, but I decided to make it into an entire sandwich. My food philosophy is all or nothing, and this ...

Kendrick Lamar - ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’: 5 out of 5 stars

Lamar's experiment works in this personal album.

Maya Angelou inspires students during One Mizzou Week

Maya Angelou inspires students during One Mizzou Week

Angelou is One Mizzou Week’s first keynote speaker.

‘Skyfall’: 4 out of 5 stars

This Bond finds the right balance between action and emotion.

‘The Glass Menagerie’ shines at Rhynsburger Theatre

‘The Glass Menagerie’ shines at Rhynsburger Theatre

The play focuses on the drama of the Wingfield family.

Cultural Bricolage Conference features work of Cuban artists

The conference will conclude with discussion sessions and lectures Monday and Tuesday.

One Mizzou Week facilitates diversity education

One Mizzou was created after several racially charged incidents at MU.

One Mizzou Week kicks off with rally at BCC

One Mizzou Week kicks off with rally at BCC

Members of leadership organizations spoke at the rally.

Student photography showcased at 67th College Photographer of the Year competition

Student photography showcased at 67th College Photographer of the Year competition

The overall college photographer of the year will be announced Wednesday.

Students discuss e-learning experiences at panel

Communication and knowledge of technology are important in e-learning, the panel agreed.

Tiger Pantry names Paul Haluszczak as new director

Haluszczak looks forward to providing fresh produce in the future.

Column: Cities: the key to living sustainably in the 21st century

When it comes to living more sustainably, people are bound to be reluctant, and understandably so. After all, it’s decidedly essential in light of our climate crisis. But what kind of hippie-weirdos actually want to adjust their lifestyles of preference, especially when the environmental benefit of doing so isn ...

Editorial: Culture shift in residence halls could prevent suspicious activity

In the past three weeks, four incidents of trespassing in Lathrop and Jones halls have been reported. All of the incidents involve one or more men entering a woman’s room uninvited. In each instance, the male(s) went into unlocked rooms. Depending on whether the residents were awake, the ...

Column: Incidents in Lathrop, Jones halls need to be publicized

There has not been a Clery release in 18 days, but that should not imply MU has become any safer. In fact, only a small portion of the campus has been notified of our latest suspect, who has reportedly been sneaking into residents' rooms in Lathrop and Jones halls. Students ...

Column: Is the Republican Party becoming irrelevant?

In 1988, Michael Dukakis lost the white vote by 19 points and won 111 electoral votes. Last week, Barack Obama lost the white vote by 20 points and won 332 electoral votes. The Republican Party’s grasp on white America is reliable and tight. The problem? America is becoming more ...

Defendant's decision to appeal still not made in Hobson trial

Six of the eight co-defendants pled guilty, making it difficult for them to appeal.

Students’ safety threatened by unwanted visitors in Lathrop Hall

The Lathrop Hall government voted to keep the building locked 24/7.

Suspect in 1999 Gillett Hall rape arrested on felony charges

The suspect was 34 years old at the time of the crime.

After another long sit, Bowers stands out

After another long sit, Bowers stands out

Senior forward Laurence Bowers scored 18 second-half points in his return to the starting lineup.

Missouri blows out Alcorn State

The Tigers roared to the lead with 61 second-half points.

Morgan Eye has hot hand in win over Chicago State

Morgan Eye has hot hand in win over Chicago State

The sophomore guard's shooting helped get the Tigers off to a 2-0 start to the season.

Receiving trio has crowning moments in Tennessee win

Receiving trio has crowning moments in Tennessee win

The friends referred to as "The Three Kings" made big plays Saturday.

Simon claims opportunity with crucial play

The redshirt freshman entered the game to help ensure the Tigers' victory over Tennessee.

Tigers keep postseason hopes entering final stretch of season

Missouri’s final four-game stretch begins with a meeting with No. 17 Texas A&M. Tags: Volleyball

Police Blotter

Police arrest man on trespassing charge at Ellis Library Police arrested a 20-year-old man at Ellis Library early Thursday morning. In 2011, Brandin Bell received a trespassing warning stating he was banned from the premises for a year, MU Police Chief Jack Watring said. The individual was seen on the ...

Missouri slump ends in NCAA Tournament overtime loss

Missouri slump ends in NCAA Tournament overtime loss

The Tigers failed to best Illinois in extra overtime penalty kicks.

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Freshman Alec Rash pitches for Team Black at Missouri's preseason scrimmage on Nov. 7 at Simmons Field.

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During his senior year, Rash made significant contributions to Adel Desoto Minburn's football team as a wide receiver.

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Rash dunks the ball while playing for Pelham High School. Besides baseball, Rash also played basketball and football in high school.

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Senior running back Kendial Lawrence makes a catch from quarterback Corbin Berkstresser Saturday in College Station, Texas. No. 9 Texas A&M defeated Missouri 59-29.

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Defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski speaks to Missouri defense after a scoreless first quarter against on Saturday at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. The Missouri defense allowed 59 points against No. 9 Texas A&M.

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Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel prepares to pass Saturday at Kyle Field. Manziel broke the Southeastern Conference record for total yards in one game.

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Senior punter Trey Barrow fakes a punt and then runs to get a Missouri first down Saturday at Kyle Field.

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Texas A&M receiver Malcome Kennedy is taken down by Missouri's defense just short of the goal line Saturday at Kyle Field. Kennedy had 110 receiving yard in the game.

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Redshirt freshman Johnny Manziel celebrates after a touchdown on Saturday at Kyle Field. Manziel passed for 372 yards and three touchdowns against the Tigers.

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Senior receiver T.J. Moe hugs coach Gary Pinkel in the tunnel before Saturday's game at Faurot Field. The seniors were honored before their final home game.

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Senior tailback Kendial Lawrence puts his head down in order to gain additional yardage at the end of his carry Saturday at Faurot Field. The Syracuse defeated Missouri 31-27.

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Sophomore receiver Jimmie Hunt passes two Syracuse defenders en route to scoring a 30-yard touchdown on Saturday at Faurot Field. Hunt had three receptions for a total of 56 yards.

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Junior quarterback James Franklin hands the ball off to senior tailback Kendial Lawrence Saturday at Faurot Field. Lawrence rushed for a total of 119 yards against Syracuse.

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Junior quarterback James Franklin looks downfield for a receiver Saturday night at Faurot Field. Franklin sat out most of the forth quarter with an injury.

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Army soldiers descend from the sky using parachutes and strapped with a trailer during halftime of Saturday's game at Faurot Field.

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Junior receiver Marcus Lucas catches a pass from redshirt freshman Corbin Berkstresser and breaks two tackles before being driven out of bounds at the Syracuse 25 yard line Saturday at Faurot Field. Lucas had three receptions for 58 yards during the game.

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Senior T.J. Moe moves the ball upfield during the Missouri's last home game Saturday at Faurot Field. Moe ran a total of 70 yards during the during of the game.

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Freshman kicker Andrew Baggett kicks a 46-yard field goal to give the Tigers a 27-24 lead with 1:52 remaining in Saturday's game at Faurot Field. Syracuse scored on their next drive to defeat Missouri 31-27.

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Syracuse cornerback Keon Lyn celebrates with teammates following Saturday's game at Faurot Field. Lyn intercepted a Missouri pass as time expired to seal a Syracuse victory.

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Senior guard Keion Bell puts the ball up on a fast break Friday night at Mizzou Arena. Bell joined three other Tigers in double-digit points, propelling the home team to a 74-54 win over Nicholls State.

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Senior forward Laurence Bowers handles the ball on offense against Nicholls State Friday night at Mizzou Arena. Bowers scored 12 points as the Tigers went on to win 74-54 moving to 4-0 on the season.

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Freshman Lianna Doty drives to the basket against Western Illinois at Mizzou Arena on Thursday. Doty scored 10-points in the second half to help her team to a 70-61 win over the Leathernecks.

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The Missouri women's basketball team huddles up before their game against Western Illinois Thursday Mizzou Arena. MU earned their third win of the season 70-61.

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The crowd rushes the stage at Thursday night’s concert at The Blue Note during the song “One Day.” Matisyahu, far left, helps concertgoers up onto the stage.

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Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" premiered Thursday night at the Rhynsburger Theatre. The show is scheduled to run until Nov. 15.

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Maya Angelou kicked off One Mizzou Week with her free show Monday night at the Missouri Theatre. She spoke about topics ranging from her background to the importance of college students in the very near future.

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College Photographer of the Year judges Wally Skalij, Cathaleen Curtiss, Janet Reeves and Kurt Mutchler review photographs under the Illustration category Monday night in Tucker Forum. Judging for the competition began last Thursday and will continue until Wednesday.

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Spectators hold miniature American flags during the Remembrance Day National Roll Call on Monday afternoon outside Memorial Union. The 140 names of Missouri veterans who have died while in service since Sept. 11, 2001, were read aloud to those gathered.

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Junior Ronecia Duke concluded the One Mizzou Rally on Monday night at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. The event kicked off One Mizzou Week.

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Senior forward Laurence Bowers rises to the rim Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Bowers led the Tigers with 20 points against Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.

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Junior wide receiver Marcus Lucas runs downfield Saturday at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. Lucas finished the game with five receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown.

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Midfielder senior Jessica Greer seeks comfort in teammate midfielder junior Dominique Richardson after a loss to Illinois on Saturday in the first round of the NCAA tournament at Walton Stadium. The Tigers fell to Illinois after a penalty kick shootout following a 1-1 game.

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Sophomore Morgan Eye keeps the ball away from a Chicago State defender Monday night at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers beat the Cougars 88-55.

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