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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Issue: Maneater v. 80, Issue 28
Articles
After 15 years, Kim Anderson has made it home

After 15 years, Kim Anderson has made it home

A former Missouri assistant coach and cager, Anderson was turned down for the head coaching job in 1999. Now, he’s back.

New coach, old tricks: Kim Anderson is head coach

New coach, old tricks: Kim Anderson is head coach

Norm Stewart disciple Kim Anderson wants revive legendary coach’s style of play.

Kim Anderson replaces Haith as men’s basketball coach

Kim Anderson replaces Haith as men’s basketball coach

CMU helmsman went to division-II Final Four.

Column: Going back to the best night of college

This week marks the three-year anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden.

Column: The importance of accepting fat acceptance

Blogger Carolyn Hall doesn’t like the fat acceptance movement, and that’s a big problem

Guest Column: It could have been me

Tragedy at the Overland Park, Kans., Jewish Community Center sparks reflection.

Fleming using patience to boost bat

The freshman third baseman’s bat has been hot of late, but her coach would like to see her defense.

Column: Let’s get this next hire right

Many questions remain after Frank Haith’s departure.

Tigers drop close games in Mississippi State sweep

College World Series runner-up hands Mizzou baseball fourth beating in last four matchups.

Album review: Asher Roth’s ‘RetroHash’

Album review: Asher Roth’s ‘RetroHash’

Roth grows up and mellows out with his sophomore album.

Album review: Neon Trees’ ‘Pop Psychology’

Album review: Neon Trees’ ‘Pop Psychology’

The band’s latest provides upbeat, catchy and motivational tracks for old and new fans alike.

Column: Black culture and Christopher Columbus syndrome

You can’t discover something that’s already there.

Fairbanks leads Tigers past Illinois at Busch Stadium

Fairbanks leads Tigers past Illinois at Busch Stadium

The righty from Webster Groves, Mo. retired 19 of his last 20 batters.

Tigers top last year's win total after Illini game

Tigers top last year's win total after Illini game

Missouri baseball on the uptick after dismal 2013 season.

Column: A “Q” is essential

Even grammatical style is part of the fight for LGBTQ equality.

RSVP Center hosts “Denim Day,” in honor of sexual violence awareness month

Denim Day was started in California in April 1999.

MU’s recycling ranked 26th in national competition

MU jumped over 100 places from last year’s RecycleMania results.

Q-and-A with Matt Frazier of Local Natives

Q-and-A with Matt Frazier of Local Natives

The LA-based band is set to perform at The Blue Note on Tuesday.

City Council members receive stipend

A plan suggested three years ago is now taking effect.

Infrastructure issues delay American Campus Communities complex

The project timeline will be delayed by at least a year to adjust electrical capacities.

Tax cut clears Statehouse

The proposal will be phased in over five years.

Editorial: TAPP/ASUM confusing, unnecessary

TAPP’s mission would be lost in ASUM’s lobbying.

Editorial: University’s post-Sasha steps aren’t convincing

An “Outside the Lines” story prompted an investigation into the incident.

Column: Capturing the present and the future in a sunny day

Writing, like photography, can contain the past, present and future.

Column: My childhood female role models still inspire me today

These girls and women, real and characters from books and movies, taught me to be bold.

Letter to the Editor: The Current is worth saving

The Student Activities Budget Committee has denied funding to the UMSL student paper, The Current.

2014 Greek Week wraps up with awards

2014 Greek Week wraps up with awards

Kappa Kappa Gamma won Greek Week for its third consecutive year.

AAA Month helps students find their place on campus

Asian American Awareness Month’s theme is social media, culminating in a photo campaign in which all students tell their stories.

ASUM elects new president, TAPP and ASUM makes plans to merge

Trey Sprick, one of the founding members of Tigers Against Partisan Politics, will lead the Associated Students of the University of Missouri next year.

Tiger Pantry surpasses goals, has plans to expand presence in Columbia

Tiger Pantry has distributed more than 37,000 pounds of food since its start as an organization.

Blotter

1. Man arrested for first degree property damage The MU Police Department arrested Andrew R. Birmingham, 19, on April 17 at 4:12 p.m. near 6001 N. Creasy Springs Road for first degree property damage and theft. Cpt. Scott Richardson said there was a call of a broken car ...

Downtown Declassified: Peace, protests and hackeysack

MOVE columnist MacKenzie Reagan on the history of Peace Park

Fash Talk: For a gal on the go

Fashion columnist Brielle Gregory on remaining on point regardless of where your busy schedule may take you

Single Girl Diaries: Love@1stSight

(Guesses she’s a) Relationship columnist Ellise Verheyen on love-at-first-sight

Think Outside the Boom Box: The concerts of my freshman year

Music columnist Patrick McKenna discusses his first year of live music in Columbia.

A Columbia summer bucket list

Keep yourself busy this summer by checking these must-dos off your list.

'ADDicted' movie sheds light on social issues

'ADDicted' movie sheds light on social issues

MOVE goes behind the scenes of a movie filmed on campus.

A guide to MOVE’s summer picnic picks

MOVE rates and reviews the perfect picnic locations for every occasion.

Get in the car and let’s go

MOVE (preemptively) cures your summer boredom with a guide to mid-Missouri road trips.

Guest column: My summer in CoMo

Sophomore and California native Leslie Howard on staying in a quiet Columbia and becoming a Missouri resident

MOVE’s guide to summer style

Downtown Columbia offers many seasonal fashion staples for both guys and gals.

MU Theatre tells tale of collegiate conflict during Vietnam era

“Moonchildren” reveals the director’s own experiences during a time of war.

People of Columbia

This week, we chatted with a STRIPES exec and a local stress reliever.

Summer movie previews

Summer movie previews

MOVE previews the upcoming summer blockbusters you won’t want to miss.

Album review: NEEDTOBREATHE’s ‘Rivers in the Wasteland’

Album review: NEEDTOBREATHE’s ‘Rivers in the Wasteland’

The band’s return to its musical roots is a huge success.

MU senior will drop new album this month

MU senior will drop new album this month

Matt Smith, aka Gramattyk, will also go on tour this summer.

Scarletta to perform free concert in Kuhlman Court

The country outfit will bring twang and tender songs to MU.

Six songs to get you through the summer

Six songs to get you through the summer

With break quickly approaching, MOVE’s got a playlist to keep you satisfied all season long.

Council approval sends food trucks to city streets

The new regulations for mobile food service designate new areas of operation.

Police search for shirtless Broadway Brewery vandal

The brewery is the latest victim in a string of downtown vandalism.

Kickoff Rally begins Sustainability Week

Kickoff Rally begins Sustainability Week

Events including Recycle Mountain and a showing of “Gasland Part 2” will take place during Sustainability Week.

Report condemns university’s handling of Menu Courey case

Law firm Dowd Bennett stated that MU did not properly follow Title IX.

Pass the pops

Pass the pops

Craving an ice-cold sweet treat? Whip up a batch of strawberry lemonade-flavored popsicles this summer.

McCaskill continues push against college sexual assaults

There is an epidemic of sexual assaults in universities and community colleges across the country that needs to be quelled, said Sen. Claire McCaskill. McCaskill, D-Mo., announced a survey of American colleges’ readiness to combat sexual assaults last Tuesday. The survey, sent out to 350 universities and community colleges, will ...

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Kim Anderson laughs during a news conference introducing him as Missouri's new men's basketball coach on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Reynolds Alumni Center in Columbia, Mo. Anderson, once an assistant coach at Missouri, was most recently head coach of the University of Central Missouri men's basketball team.

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Kim Anderson presents the net to the crowd after the University of Central Missouri's mens basketball claimed its third consecutive MIAA title on March 29, 2014 at the UCM Multipurpose Building in Warrensburg, Mo. Anderson was as hired as the head coach of the University of Missouri's mens basketball team on Monday.

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The "50 Years of Wilderness: Through the Lens of Missouri's 8 Wilderness Areas" exhibit is shown on Monday, April 14, 2014, in the Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building. The exhibit celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Wilderness Act.

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Junior quarterback Corbin Berkstresser is pressured by senior defensive lineman Markus Golden during their Black & Gold game on Saturday, April 19, 2014, at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo. The Mizzou One team (the starters) fell to the Tigers Two (the reserves), 21-20.

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Junior Clare Bassi, the vice-president of projects of Sustain Mizzou, hands a bag to a participant at the Sustainability Week Kick-Off Rally on Monday, April 21, 2014, at the MU Student Center. The bag contained a shirt and information about the week's events.

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Monitors show a variety of camera angles of the set of ADDicted on Monday, April 14, 2014. The movie is currently being filmed in Columbia and on MU's campus.

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Chris Hamby embraces his editor, Ronnie Greene, during a celebration of his Pulitzer Prize in The Center for Public Integrity's newsroom. Hamby is the author of the investigative series "Breathless and Burdened," which received a Pulitzer Prize earlier this month.

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The "50 Years of Wilderness: Through the Lens of Missouri's 8 Wilderness Areas" exhibit is shown on Monday, April 14, 2014, in the Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building. The exhibit celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Wilderness Act.

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Missouri Tigers freshman Jake Ring warms up during Missouri's game against Illinois on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Missouri beat Illinois 5-2, ending Illinois' four game winning streak.

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Missouri Tigers sophomore Peter Fairbanks throws a pitch during Missouri's game against Illinois on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Mo. Fairbanks pitched eight innings, throwing 84 pitches Missouri beat Illinois 5-2, ending Illinois' four game winning streak.

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Missouri Tigers senior Shane Segovia throws during Missouri's game against Illinois on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Mo. Missouri beat Illinois 5-2, ending Illinois' four game winning streak.

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Senior Alexa Burtnett (center) and Colleen McGovern (right), members of Sigma Kappa sorority, laugh during the Greek Week Announcements on Monday, April 21, 2014, outside Jesse Hall. The overall winners of Greek Week were Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Sigma Phi, and Beta Sigma Psi.

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Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin speaks during CAFNR Student Council's Chocolates with the Chancellor event on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, in the Agriculture Building. The event was an opportunity for students to meet the chancellor in person and sample CAFNR chocolates.

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Monitors show a variety of camera angles of the set of ADDicted on Monday, April 14, 2014. The movie is currently being filmed in Columbia and on MU's campus.

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