The Student Voice of MU Since 1955
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Issue: Maneater v. 80, Issue 31
Articles

Research team to document African languages

A four-year grant was given by the National Science Foundation to properly document Luyia languages of Africa.

Life, liberty and the pursuit of a summer soundtrack

Declare your independence from bad music with our rockin’ Fourth playlist.

Former Tiger Dorial Green-Beckham joins Oklahoma Sooners

Green-Beckham led the Tigers in catches (59) and receiving touchdowns (12) last season, finishing second in total receiving yards (883).

State funding shortfall prompts budget reallocations

Nearly 25 percent of the cuts will come from the Division of Student Affairs.

Junior uses Etsy to sell handmade canvases

Kim Ehrhard created a website to sell her art called KimsCanvases.

Title IX coordinator becomes full-time position

After a report in April concluded that MU did not properly follow Title IX guidelines, Loftin acknowledged the need for improvements.

New assistant vice provost appointed

Burns-Wallace hopes to assess and reduce gaps in MU’s student resources.

Basketball coaching staff complete with hiring of Fulford

Fulford went 138-17 as head coach at Huntington Prep.

The Black Keys ‘Turn’ toward synth-y, shiny electro-blues

The Black Keys ‘Turn’ toward synth-y, shiny electro-blues

MOVE reviews The Black Keys’ “Turn Blue”

The British are coming –– this time, with feeling.

The British are coming –– this time, with feeling.

MOVE reviews Sam Smith’s “In the Lonely Hour.”

The Downtown Fiction returns (in a cool punk way)

The Downtown Fiction returns (in a cool punk way)

MOVE reviews The Downtown Fiction’s “Losers & Kings.”

Loftin provides strategic plan updates to UM Curators

Hiring John Boyer, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, has improved MU’s membership standing score in the AAU by 12.5 percent.

UM System hires a new chief financial officer

Burnett will start begin his new post effective Aug. 1 with a starting salary of $300,000.

UM System Curators approve amendment to non-discrimination policy, fiscal year 2015 budget

The FY2015 operating budget of approximately $1.2 billion and features up to 3 percent in salary increases across the four campuses.

Engineering dean steps down after 20 years

Bob Schwartz will step in as interim dean while the national search for the permanent dean takes place.

Indie rockers’ latest is “a breath of fresh air”

Indie rockers’ latest is “a breath of fresh air”

MOVE reviews Parquet Courts’ “Sunbathing Animal”

Turn up the heat on summer makeup

Turn up the heat on summer makeup

How to keep your makeup hotter than the weather

Work hard, play hard…again

MOVE reviews “22 Jump Street"

Jessica Lea Mayfield to play Mojo’s June 27

“I'm just hoping everybody wants to hang out and have a good time,” says the critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter.

The Riveter kicks off collaboration with PS:Gallery

Pssst! Want a sneak peek of cool stuff going on at MOVE? Of course you do. In an effort to incorporate more longform features in MOVE, we’re starting a new series called #MOVEgoeslong. And who better to profile for our very first edition than the ladies of The Riveter ...

A movie that is far more than “Okay”

MOVE reviews “The Fault in Our Stars"

Fresh, new and…safe

Fresh, new and…safe

MOVE reviews Echo and the Bunnymen’s “Meteorites”

Klaxons’ New Rave

Klaxons’ New Rave

MOVE reviews Klaxons’ “Love Frequency"

Letter from the (MacK)editor: Summertime and the MOVEin’ is easy

Hey MOVErs! It’s me again, your redheaditor, aka that snarky chick who sends you stupid puns every Tuesday. Now that it’s June, I’m back home, keeping watch on things going on in our nation’s capital (jk lol I’ve been sitting here taking Buzzfeed quizzes while ...

Think Outside the Boombox: Jack White returns with genre-spanning, guitar-slamming “Lazaretto”

Music columnist Patrick McKenna discusses Jack White’s second solo album.

“The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green: Will there be a fault in the book-to-movie adaptation?

Staff writer Katelyn Lunders gives us her “The Fault in Our Stars” wishlist.

Hawks (of Holy Rosary) bring zany style to The Blue Note

Hawks (of Holy Rosary) to open for Dr. Dog

Missourian finds new way to monetize website

Google will receive 10 cents from market research firms for every completed survey. The Missourian will receive a nickel.

Mizzou softball looks to reload

Mizzou softball looks to reload

While Mizzou loses its team leader in RBIs, eight starters will return next season.

Statistics follow Missouri baseball to bottom of Southeastern Conference

Statistics follow Missouri baseball to bottom of Southeastern Conference

The Tigers were last in the SEC in just about every offensive statistic.

Petition circulates to repeal new Opus development agreement

City Council approved a development with Opus for a student complex downtown, 5-1.

A fresh beginning: Mizzou basketball will silence critics

Just about everything that could go wrong did go wrong for the Tigers basketball team this past season. From player suspensions to poor production throughout the season and missing the NCAA Tournament, it was all capped off by the sudden postseason exit of head coach Frank Haith. Not to mention ...

Legislation could reduce Missouri revenue, increase sales tax for transportation funding

Gov. Jay Nixon expressed concern for bills that could reduce Missouri funding.

Jesse and Swallow halls close while renovations take place

Renovations in Jesse and Swallow halls are projected to be completed by April 2015 and February 2016, respectively.

RSVP Center moves from student government to MU’s hands

Director Mark Lucas said the center’s “unprecedented” structure and recent national scrutiny regarding Title IX influenced the decision.

Seth MacFarlane’s latest underwhelms

MOVE reviews “A Million Ways to Die in the West”

Journalism adviser McReynolds retires after 36 years at MU

McReynolds advised thousands of journalism students, many of whom have moved onto professional journalism.

MU receives $120,000 gift from State Farm

The gift will fund four MU programs, ranging from providing MU tutors to elementary school students to training people in vehicle rescue.

Column: Avoiding a ‘Bachelors in Sexual Assault’

While the White House has responded to rape and sexual assault on college campuses, MU’s response as a campus has not been enough.

Editorial: MSA, GPC must improve communications

If communication does not improve between MSA and GPC, neither organization will be able to successfully support the MU student body.

Editorial: Student Parent Center options need to be explored

MU must weigh all of their options when deciding what to do about the Student Parent Center

BEC handbook passed after talks of reform, but under time constraints

A number of amendments to the handbook seek to deregulate the MSA presidential election and promote “more competition,” BEC chairman Derek Chung said.

MSA and City Council work to increase pedestrian safety on College Ave

MSA and City Council work to increase pedestrian safety on College Ave

Two new High-Intensity Activated crosswalk beacons and a fenced, stone-stamped median will be added to College Avenue. The roadwork is set to be completed by the summer of 2015.

MSA and GPC leaders explore stronger relationship

GPC became a separate entity from MSA in 1982.

MU alum John Juettner publishes first novel

MU alum John Juettner publishes first novel

The idea for Juettner’s novel was sparked by a class assignment at MU.

Zahra Rasool to tell stories of female empowerment in India

Zahra Rasool to tell stories of female empowerment in India

Zahra Rasool will use the award to aid in the empowerment of women across India through documenting various stories.

Brad 'N' Butter: “Not no Parkay, not no margarine”

MOVE columnist Brad Spudich on livelihood and embracing the locale.

ICYMI: Feeling connected online: the impacts of community on YouTube

MOVE columnist Ellie Papadakis on why YouTube stars create communities.

Pop Culture Shock: Emma Watson channels her inner Hermione Granger

MOVE columnist McKenna Bulkley on why we should strive to be like Emma Watson.

Senior’s art exhibit explores children’s imagination

Senior’s art exhibit explores children’s imagination

Senior Sumire Taniai’s work to be featured at Craft Studio.

Robyn’s latest is EDM “whirlwind”

Robyn’s latest is EDM “whirlwind”

MOVE reviews Robyn’s “Do It Again” EP

Rants and Reviews: “Chef” is a rare, heartfelt summer gem

MOVE Columnist Robert Mecchi on Jon Favreau’s “Chef”

Independent theater one of Columbia’s most beloved attractions

Independent theater one of Columbia’s most beloved attractions

Indie theater Ragtag Cinema is crucial to Downtown Columbia’s culture

Inside the pages of Yellow Dog Bookshop

A closer look at downtown Columbia’s favorite used book store.

Student-led production company hopes for network airtime

Among other projects, Peace Frame Productions is currently writing and producing a comedic web series called “Somebodies.”

UM Curators deny allegations in wrongful death suit

The Curators claim the Missouri Firefighter’s Rule exempts them from liability.

MOVE reviews the latest installment in the X-Men franchise

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” is a crowd-pleaser unlike any other Marvel film

Letter to the Editor: MSA and DSA must apologize for “fiesta”

On May 6, 2014, MSA and DSA hosted an event on Lowry Mall entitled “FIESTA” featuring a taco bar, piñatas and a Mariachi band. This “fiesta” was conveniently held on the sixth of May, a day after Cinco de Mayo. We became aware of this event the day that it ...

Loftin looks to private developers to replace campus child care

At this time, there is no plan in place to replace the Student Parent Center after its closure on June 30.

Singing about breaking up is hard to do

Singing about breaking up is hard to do

Album review: Coldplay’s “Ghost Stories”

Teenage-voiced Oberst grows up

Teenage-voiced Oberst grows up

Album review of Conor Oberst’s “Upside Down Mountain”

MU family medicine program nationally recognized for outstanding commitment

MU graduates an impressive amount of students with family medicine residencies.

The Vine Brothers to perform at The Bridge

Folk rockers The Vine Brothers stop by CoMo Wednesday to play tunes from their new album.

Photos and graphics
MOVESummermakeup031
MOVESunShineMamas031
In_the_Lonely_Hour_artwork
Losers__Kings_artwork
Love_Frequency_artwork
Meteorites_artwork
Sunbathing_Animal_artwork
Turn_Blue_artwork
Ultraviolence_artwork
India031C_-_Courtest_of_Zahra_Rascol_

Zahra Rasool, a journalism graduate student, poses for a portrait on Tuesday, May 20 on the Francis Quadrangle. As the recipient of the O. O. McIntyre Fellowship award, Rasool will tell the stories of women who are striving for equality and empowerment in India.

Infocus031BW

A competitor swims the 100-meter freestyle during the Special Olympics Missouri State Summer Games on Saturday, May 31 at the MU Student Recreation Complex. The games were held at a variety of locations in Columbia and featured a variety of events including basketball, volleyball, swimming, powerlifting and track and field.

Novel031C

MU alumnus John Juettner recently published his debut novel “The Mother Who Loved Halloween.”

bbSucks031BW

Missouri Tigers freshman Jake Reed warms up during Missouri’s game against Illinois on Wednesday, April 23 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The Tigers ended the season with an overall record of 20-33.

sbWrapup031C

Tigers freshman Casey Stangel throws a pitch during Missouri's game against Ole Miss on Friday, April 18 at University Field. The Tigers finished the 2014 season with an overall record of 43-18.

Crosswalks031BW

Motorists drive on College Avenue just north of Rollins Street on Monday, June 2 in Columbia. Two new HAWK (High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk) beacons and a fenced, stone-stamped median are set to be completed on College Avenue to increase pedestrian safety.

DSC_0069_1

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

DSC_0069_2

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

DSC_0069_3

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

DSC_0069

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

DSC_0076_2

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

MoveRagTag031C

RagTag Cinema is located at 10 Hitt Street, Columbia, Mo. The cinema celebrated its sixteenth birthday on Sunday, June 1, 2014.

MOVETaniai031BW

Senior Sumire Taniai's exhibition, “Imaginative Play," will be featured in the Craft Studio from Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 20.

DSC_0069

courtesy Sumire Taniai

DSC_0076_2

courtesy Sumire Taniai

coldplayart

via iTunes

coldplay_cover_art_via_itunes

via iTunes

oberstart

via ITunes

oberst_cover_art_via_itunes

via iTunes

robynart

via iTunes

robyn_cover_art_via_itunes

via iTunes

MSA-GPC
bbgraphic