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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Issue: Maneater v. 80, Issue 29
Articles

Vandy completes sweep of Tigers

Missouri has lost nine straight SEC games, and is yet to win a conference series at home this season.

MU Professor Maggie Walter recognized with Outstanding Journalism Alumna Award

Before coming to Missouri, Walter’s journalism career had taken her from Indiana to N.H.

Tigers lose series, fall to Alabama 2-0

Missouri shifts its focus to the SEC Softball Tournament.

Missouri falls to Commodores, 5-1

Mizzou has lost nine straight SEC games.

Tigers can't capture SEC title, fall to Tide 3-1

After losing to the Crimson Tide, Missouri no longer has a shot at the regular season SEC softball title.

Tigers drop first game of Vanderbilt series, 8-3

Missouri ace Brett Graves didn’t strike out a single batter.

Tigers secure first game of Alabama series, 8-6

With a sweep of the Crimson Tide, the Tigers will have a shot at the SEC regular season title.

Curators approve refinancing deal to save on existing debt

The deal could potentially generate between $15-20 million that would be used for “critical maintenance and repair projects” on the four campuses.

RHA hosts 2014 Joint Session with seven other student governments

The eight student governments passed four resolutions during this semester’s joint session.

Assistant coach Fuller to stay at Missouri

Fuller first worked on Frank Haith’s staff when Haith was the head coach at Miami

Bigger, stronger and faster Abbington ready for Mizzou

After battling injuries in junior college, Chase Abbington credits Markus Golden for helping him stay focused to get into Mizzou.

Early offense key to Tigers’ series win over Florida

The series win marks the second time this year Missouri has defeated a team ranked No. 1 in RPI and the fifth straight conference win for the Tigers.

Poor offensive production ails Tigers in three losses to Florida

The Tigers posted a batting average of .180 in their weekend series against the Gators.

The 2014 NBA playoffs are as good as it gets

I’m not only interested in the playoffs this year just because Brad Beal fouled me in high school.

Canadian pop duo to play The Blue Note May 6

The indie pop duo Tegan and Sara will perform May 6 at The Blue Note

Second agreement proposed for The Opus Group

The new agreement will go to City Council.

Column: Online media connects feminists worldwide

The Internet gives feminists the opportunity to learn from those with different experiences.

HB 2122 would encourage donations to Missouri public colleges

House Bill 2122 would match donations to university scholarship funds with state funding.

Allies and LGBT Community members show off their MU pride

Allies and LGBT Community members show off their MU pride

“Rather than hide or run away with our sexual orientation, we celebrate it,” said Richard Thompson, an open LGBT community member. “It’s not bad, it’s not wrong. It’s awesome.”

Amy Stroth, Lizz Cardwell win Mastering the Method Photojournalism award

Amy Stroth, Lizz Cardwell win Mastering the Method Photojournalism award

Stroth and Cardwell have had different pasts with photojournalism.

MU Researcher identifies coding gene needed for key locomotor skills

Waters began his research as a post-doctoral student at the National Cancer Institute.

Six MU organizations elect 2014-2015 executive boards, discuss plans for future

Each board has plans for their term that will strengthen their respective organization and make its presence even more known to MU’s student body.

Tap Day reveals new 2014 inductees of MU secret societies

Tap Day reveals new 2014 inductees of MU secret societies

The 87th annual Tap Day was held April 25 in Jesse Auditorium.

Faculty over the years express interest in maintaining child care services

Throughout the Student Parent Center’s 40-year history, faculty have been vocal about prioritizing the campus’ student parents.

UM System task force addresses faculty salaries and benefits

Betsy Rodriguez, UM System vice president of human resources, gave directional solutions to the rising costs of benefits and underpaid salaries.

Downtown Declassified: Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

MOVE columnist MacKenzie Reagan on signing off… kinda

Fash Talk: How to be your own fashion queen

Fashion columnist Brielle Gregory on why wearing what’s ‘you’ is infinitely more powerful than wearing what’s Vogue

Single Girl Diaries: The Break-up

Relationship columnist Ellise Verheyen on breakups. Yikes.

Summer lovin’, had me a blast (of movies)

Movie columnist Claudia Guthrie on the joys of summer movie splurging.

Thee Oh Sees end hiatus early with thirteenth LP Drop

Music Columnist Patrick McKenna reviews the California punk outfit’s latest record

Best CoMo biking trails

Best CoMo biking trails

MOVE reviews the top biking trails for MU students in Columbia.

People of Columbia

This week’s featured resident is a costume queen.

Running is fundamental to childhood literacy charity’s fundraising efforts

The Jumpstart Spark a Life 5K will be held on Saturday to raise funds for charity aimed at helping inner-city kids.

David Wilson’s documentary goes beyond Branson entertainment industry

The Branson-focused documentary will premiere in Columbia on May 2 at Ragtag

Paper Bird will play Mojo’s May 6

Paper Bird will play Mojo’s May 6

The Denver based band will perform at Mojo’s on May 6.

Amy Stroth, Lizz Cardwell win Mastering the Method Photojournalism award

Amy Stroth, Lizz Cardwell win Mastering the Method Photojournalism award

Stroth and Cardwell have had different pasts with photojournalism.

MU Researcher identifies coding gene needed for key locomotor skills

Waters began his research as a post-doctoral student at the National Cancer Institute.

Editorial: An open breakup letter to Frank Haith

After a tumultuous three-year relationship, we can say that we’re better off without Haith.

Column: Bundy, Sterling, and Affirmative Action

Acceptance has more than enough room for improvement in America

Column: My beef with modern pop music

In today’s music industry, lyrics don’t matter, but the beat does.

Column: The fight for LGBTQ equality must continue outside courtroom

Equality for the LGBTQ community is a two-part battle.

Capitol wrap-up: Week of April 27

Senate approves education budget Missouri Senate this week gave the nod to a $700 million-plus increase in Missouri’s 2015 education budget. The proposed budget would give K-12 schools a minimum of $115 million in additional state aid on top of the existing $3.1 billion, and would add more ...

_RESPECT: Women and Popular Music_ opens Friday at Stephens College

Stephens College presents musical honoring notable women throughout history

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Supporters of the LGBTQ community cheer at the end of the Pride Parade on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Columbia, Mo. The Parade concluded at Tiger Plaza.

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A marcher yells her support during the Pride Parade on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Columbia, Mo. Over a hundred supporters marched during this year's parade.

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The Pride Parade passes the columns on Francis Quadrangle on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Columbia, Mo. (

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LGBTQ Supporters hold signs and pose with the Tiger after the Pride Parade on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Columbia, Mo. Participants posed on the fountain for photos following the end of the parade.

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Howard Hatton, a member of Scouts for Equality, holds a flag at the end of the MU Pride Parade. Scouts for Equality is a Boy Scouts of America alumni association dedicated to ending the BSA’s ban on gay members and leaders.

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Kayley Weinberg and Shane Stinson hold a rainbow flag during the MU Pride Parade on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Columbia, Mo. Weinberg and Stinson are vocal advocates for LGBTQ issues on MU's campus.

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Lizz Cardwell won the Dean’s Award for Photojournalism story/series category in the Mastering the Method contest at the Missouri School of Journalism. Cardwell's entry was one of two chosen from 13 entries.

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Amy Stroth won the Dean’s Award for Photojournalism story/series category in the Mastering the Method contest at the Missouri School of Journalism. Stroth's entry was one of two chosen from 13 entries.

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Senior Farah El-Jayyousi (left) waits to be unveiled during the 87th annual Tap Day ceremony on Wednesday, April 25, 2014, in Jesse Auditorium. El-Jayyousi was inducted into LSV, a society which honors a secret year of service on the behalf of women.

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Kim Anderson claps during a news conference introducing him as Missouri's new men's basketball coach on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Reynolds Alumni Center. Anderson's son, Brett Anderson (right), will graduate from MU in May.

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Kim Anderson is introduced as Missouri's new men's basketball coach during a news conference on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Reynolds Alumni Center. 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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Athletic Director Mike Alden speaks to the media during a news conference on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Reynolds Alumni Center. During this conference, Missouri's new men’s basketball coach, Ken Anderson, was introduced to the media and public.

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Freshman Kevin Mathein rides his bike on Seventh Street on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Columbia offers a number of locations and trails for bikers to enjoy.

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Senior Matt Smith poses for a portrait on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, on the roof of the Virginia Avenue Parking Structure. Smith's latest album will be released on Wednesday.

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The six-piece folk band Paper Bird will perform May 6 at Mojo’s.

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