The Student Voice of MU Since 1955
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Issue: Maneater v. 79, Issue 29

Tigers close out Gamecocks for bounce back win

The Tigers came back after being down 13 points to win 71-65.

Members of MU Chancellor’s Diversity Initiative attend presidential inauguration

Students will walk in the inaugural parade and meet with representatives from other schools

New starting lineup helps Missouri win 79-62 over Georgia

The Tigers are now 2-1 playing in the Southeastern Conference.

Columbia police officers conduct SWAT training at local mall

The entire police department will be trained in active shooter tactics this summer.

Missouri kicks off SEC season, beats Alabama 84-68

Senior forward Laurence Bowers left the game late with a knee injury.

Alpine Shop brings Mountainfilm to Columbia

This touring festival’s 11 documentaries and short films focus on outdoors sports.

Historic Heidelberg heralds 50 years in business

Historic Heidelberg heralds 50 years in business

Since 1963, The Heidelberg has remained a cornerstone of the MU campus.

Missouri State Highway Patrol reports eight fatalities over New Year’s holiday

Troopers made 124 arrests for driving while intoxicated, an increase from last year’s 90 arrests.

Micro-bubbles detecting artery inflammation in pigs may help people, MU study shows

The study, if effective in humans, may help those in risk for heart disease and stroke.

MU graduates Goode, Downing, to chair UM Board of Curators

Goode is an MU grad and served over forty years in the state legislature.

MU Interactive Theatre Troupe brings topics of health and body image to stage in interactive performance

"Nutrition 101" includes an open dialogue between characters and audience members, allowing both groups to discuss issues relating to media portrayal of body image.

The Ten Commandments of Snapchat

Read up on the essential rules of snapping before you jump on the selfie craze.

Sophomore Emily Ferguson remembered for her humor, compassion

Sophomore Emily Ferguson remembered for her humor, compassion

Emily Ferguson, a 2011 graduate of Kirkwood High School and member of the varsity volleyball team, is remembered for her humorous personality.

Columbia City Council discusses forfeiture funds with Police Chief Ken Burton

The School Building Revolving Fund uses forfeiture funds to provide financial assistance to Missouri school districts financing capital construction projects.

‘Zoey’s Dream’ to raise money for child cancer patient

Owner of Roxy’s, Jesse Garcia, continues trend of holiday giving.

Man arrested in Shelby County after multi-county chase

The suspect ensued in a pursuit with Missouri State Highway Patrol Officers two weeks ago.

Bowers stays hot in rout of TSU

Bowers and Oriakhi both finished with double-doubles

Residential Life to move 300 students from Johnston Hall

Residential Life to move 300 students from Johnston Hall

MU loses approximately 8 to 9 percent of on-campus students after fall semester.

Student Conduct Committee discussion continues

Student Conduct Committee discussion continues

Young is receptive to students’ feedback on the code of conduct process.

Randolph County Prosecutor Mike Fusselman withdraws from Sanders' case

A new hearing is set for Jan. 10, 2013 at the Boone County Courthouse.

LGTBQ Center sponsors 'I Hate the Holidays' discussion

LGTBQ Center sponsors 'I Hate the Holidays' discussion

Students discussed commercialization and family problems they experience during the holidays.

MU targets Illinois, Chicago in recruitment

Admissions targets students by comparing MU to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Nationwide fandom of My Little Pony comes to MU

Nationwide fandom of My Little Pony comes to MU

Club members hope to host a toy drive for Toys for Tots.

Anthropology professor honored for life’s work in Caribbean

Anthropology professor honored for life’s work in Caribbean

AAAS added five Tigers as honorary fellows for their work advancing the field of science.

Bike Share rejected as MSA auxiliary

The program will remain under the Department of Student Services.

Fred and Donna Martz Scholarship honors professor’s service, encourages sustainable agriculture

Fred and Donna Martz Scholarship honors professor’s service, encourages sustainable agriculture

The $1,000 scholarship is on track to be awarded to one recipient this summer.

You in Mizzou' engages students, faculty in discussions about diversity

You in Mizzou' engages students, faculty in discussions about diversity

The discussion was part of the Chancellor's Diversity Initiative.

Nixon appoints Paul Wilson to Missouri Supreme Court vacancy

Paul Wilson brings experience to his new spot on Missouri's highest state court.

Walmart hitchhiker steals man's money, car

The chances of someone becoming a victim of violent crime or property crime in Columbia is 1 in 23, per 1,000 residents.

Drink your holiday cheer

Drink your holiday cheer

Forget Irish coffee and have some Kentucky coffee

How to throw an End of the World party

How to throw an End of the World party

Here are the tips and tricks you need to celebrate/survive 12/21/12 successfully.

Your finals eating schedule made easy

Your finals eating schedule made easy

Put that 15th energy drink bottle down, and take care of yourself for finals week with these recipes.

Hellos and goodbyes for the end of the year

Here are the pop culture shows, franchises and trends we should throw out before the end of 2012 or welcome in 2013.

Style Files: Best and worst fashion trends of 2012

Fashion columnist Claire Boston on which trends should stay and which should go in 2013

Column: Feedback: A heartfelt farewell to 2012

Jackson Farley on the top 10 albums of the year

Seeking a song for the end of the world

Dance into oblivion with this apocalyptic playlist.

Letter to the Editor: Rape-culture discussion comes too late

I checked my email this morning (Dec. 5) to find a an email from the MSA about "Speak[ing] Up for a Safer Mizzou" in light of the recent Dixon rape accusations. While I am completely behind treating sexual assault seriously and advocating a "safer Mizzou," I'm still taken ...

Animal adoptions increase during holidays

Animal adoptions increase during holidays

At Second Chance, dogs cost $125. Prospective owners can name their own price when purchasing a cat.

Columbia Police Department reports phone wire transfer scam

There was a scam identical to this reported back in April of 2011.

MU Police Department receives 'Accreditation with Excellence' award

MU Police Department receives 'Accreditation with Excellence' award

The department had to meet more than 480 standards to qualify.

Columbia police to participate in holiday DWI enforcement campaign

Impaired driving causes 30 percent of Missouri traffic fatalities.

Column: Costas was wrong on Sunday

As a columnist, I get paid to share my opinions on politics. However, I'll be the first one to admit that sometimes people should keep their opinions to themselves. Such was the case on Sunday night, when sportscaster Bob Costas used his airtime during Sunday Night Football to advocate ...

Column: Mexico’s brighter dawn

“Sí se puede” isn’t just the famous line from a Disney Channel original movie; it means so much more. It’s a motto by which Mexico has been striving to achieve for the past couple decades. The phrase literally translates as “yes we can.” And, yes you can, Mexico ...

Editorial: MSA should stand up for reform of Student Conduct Committee

What is the purpose of a student government, acting in the name of a body of students, if it is unwilling to stand up for its students? We have been lucky in recent years. Our representatives in the Missouri Students Association Senate have been responsible, accountable, progressive and fair. They ...

Column: Victoria’s big flaw

When my little brother was four years old, he and my dad had a nightly routine where they would do some father-son bonding in front of the TV right before bedtime. One night, likely sometime in December, I passed by the family room to see them lounging together on the ...

Bell regains spotlight in role off bench

Bell regains spotlight in role off bench

The senior guard posted his first double-double on Tuesday against SEMO.

Tigers lead nation in 3-pointers

Tigers lead nation in 3-pointers

Morgan Eye leads the team with 34 3-pointers.

Column: Yost was given a raw deal

Missouri’s offense sputtered this season, but who could’ve done better?

Police Blotter

Men arrested on two burglary charges Two men were involved in a burglary Monday at the Tractor Supply Company on Paris Road. Columbia Police Department officers responded to an alarm at 1:18 a.m. When they arrived on scene, two subjects were within the fenced area, and one was ...

Column: Bits and Bytes: 'Mass Effect' tops list of best games released this year

Video game columnist Brendan Wray on his favorite games of 2012

Bookeater: There and back again

Literary columnist Jennifer Bennett on J. R. R. Tolkien

Column: One Step at a Time: True health

Fitness columnist Abbie Wenthe on fitness for life

Amanda Mae drops the beat and her EP Jan. 31 at The Bridge

Amanda Mae drops the beat and her EP Jan. 31 at The Bridge

EP release will benefit Amanda's charity STEREO

Column: Reel Reviews: Reviewing them softly

Movie columnist Josh Sipp on Brad Pitt’s new movie

Photos and graphics

Situated next to the MU campus, The Heidelberg was opened on South 9th Street at noon on Jan. 5, 1963 by co-owners Dick Walls, George Petrakis, Marty Sigholtz and Jim Martin. On Aug. 18, 2003, an electrical malfunction caused a fire which destroyed the restaurant's original building.


Bartender Will Schauwecker answers the phone behind the bar during the lunch hour on Monday. Schauwecker, a student at Moberly Area Community College, has worked at The Heidelberg for three years.


A regular is served a pulled pork sandwich at the bar during the lunch hour on Monday. The Heidelberg tops its hickory-smoked, hand-pulled pork with cole slaw.


A 1980s license plate baring an abbreviation of "Heidelberg" sits on a shelf behind the bar. Many decorations from the restaurant and the University of Missouri's past can be found around the dinning room.


Anthropology professor Mark Flinn was inducted into the American Association for Advancement of Science Fellows, which recognizes excellence in scientific research. Flinn was one of five MU professors to receive the honor this year.


Graduate student Brady Gall finishes up work in his office Wednesday night. Brady, president of the MU Brony Club, keeps one of his Rainbow Dash toys from his My Little Pony collection on his desk.


Professor Sallee Purcell introduces herself at a breakfast introducing a new scholarship for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources on Thursday morning at Cafe Berlin. Professor emeritus Fred Martz is responsible for funding the scholarship.


Academic Affairs chairman Ben Levin speaks during Missouri Students Association Senate in support of Bill 52-34, which he co-authored to recommend changes to the Student Conduct Committee. The bill failed at Wednesday’s meeting with 44 percent of senators voting in opposition.


A group of nearly 20 students and faculty gathered for a "You In Mizzou" discussion. The small circle dialogue allowed participants to share ideas and experiences about their own cultures.


Students discuss reasons why the holidays aren't always perfect at the LGBTQ Center's discussion on "Why I Hate the Holidays" on Thursday. The group discussed that holidays can be unpleasant whether you are alone away from friends and family or spending time in a charged situation at home. 


Johnston Hall, home to approximately 310 students, will close for renovations at the conclusion of the Fall 2012 semester. Its current residents will be distributed among MU's other residence halls.


The MU Police Department was awarded accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies for the fifth time. The process for giving the award involves sending documents for off-site review and an on-scene assessment by a team from the commission.


Columbia Second Chance pet shelter is offering customers the chance to name their own price for cat adoption during the holidays. Usually, cat adoptions cost $75 and dog adoptions cost $125.


Forward Alex Oriakhi blocks Southeast Missouri State forward Tyler Stone while watching a shot fall into the SEMO basket. The No. 12 Tigers rallied from a first half deficit to a 81-65 victory.


Senior guard Keion Bell puts the ball up on a fast break last month at Mizzou Arena. Bell had his first double-double against SEMO with 12 points and 11 rebounds.


Missouri coach Robin Pingeton yells to her players Thursday at Mizzou Arena. Tigers are averaging 9.3 3-point shots per game, the highest average in Division I women's basketball.