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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Issue: Maneater v. 83, Issue 19
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Missouri baseball takes four-game series against Eastern Michigan

Missouri baseball takes four-game series against Eastern Michigan

The Tigers took on the Eagles in a series in Fort Myers, Florida, and won three of four games.

Missouri track and field takes first place in seven events at Missouri Collegiate Open

Missouri track and field takes first place in seven events at Missouri Collegiate Open

Fifteen members of the team set personal records at Hearnes Center on Friday.

 Rory Franssen leads Tigers to second-place finish at the SunTrust Gator Invitational

Rory Franssen leads Tigers to second-place finish at the SunTrust Gator Invitational

Other team members backed up Franssen’s -3 performance with solid ones of their own.

Sophie Cunningham scores late layup to upset No. 6 South Carolina

Sophie Cunningham scores late layup to upset No. 6 South Carolina

Missouri women’s basketball stays strong through crunch time to gain its ninth conference win this season.

 New “Stand Your Ground” law cited as basis for Columbia shooting

New “Stand Your Ground” law cited as basis for Columbia shooting

Columbia resident Karl Henson was arrested last month after shooting a man in the back who tried to steal his cellphone, police say.

UPDATED: MUPD issues crime alert of sexual assault near Virginia Ave. garage

UPDATED: MUPD issues crime alert of sexual assault near Virginia Ave. garage

Police issued a second report of three related suspicious incidents. The suspect has been identified.

Higher education cuts means MU is going to need to make up for some serious cash

Column: Higher education cuts means MU is going to need to make up for some serious cash

It may come from in-state students too, if former Gov. Matt Blunt’s tuition cap is repealed.

 It’s brutal having someone sit in your unassigned assigned seat

Column: It’s brutal having someone sit in your unassigned assigned seat

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been victimized by someone stealing your seat.

Social media and a polarized America don’t mix well

Column: Social media and a polarized America don’t mix well

A New York Times tennis reporter cried racism and got a well-respected tennis commentator fired.

Women don’t have to support Betsy DeVos

Column: Women don’t have to support Betsy DeVos

A woman in power is exciting, but be empowered by the position, not the person.

Missouri gymnastics posts highest team score of the season at Mardi Gras Invitational

Missouri gymnastics posts highest team score of the season at Mardi Gras Invitational

The Tigers’ best performance of the season comes just one month away from the SEC Championships.

Missouri men’s basketball defeated by Tennessee 90-70

Missouri men’s basketball defeated by Tennessee 90-70

With the loss, Missouri’s losing streak in true road games was extended to 33.

 Poor weather conditions end Missouri softball’s tournament trip early

Poor weather conditions end Missouri softball’s tournament trip early

The Tigers finished 1-1 at the Littlewood Classic and missed out on a top-25 matchup due to rain.

Protests condemn U.S. Bank’s possible connection to pipeline company

Protests condemn U.S. Bank’s possible connection to pipeline company

The protesters started at Speakers Circle and marched to the Student Center, where they stood in silence outside of U.S. Bank. They concluded the protest by marching through the Student Center.

Softball continues extra-base power to kick off ASU Littlewood Classic

Softball continues extra-base power to kick off ASU Littlewood Classic

The team’s five-game winning streak comes to an end with a loss to Illinois State.

RHA presidential hopefuls reveal platforms

RHA presidential hopefuls reveal platforms

Voting opens March 1 and closes March 3.

Comparing the stars of Missouri baseball to the titans of the rap game

Column: Comparing the stars of Missouri baseball to the titans of the rap game

Baseball beat writer Elliot Bauman imagines if notable faces from the team were rappers

Outside shooting helps Missouri women’s basketball beat Florida

Outside shooting helps Missouri women’s basketball beat Florida

Sophie Cunningham scored a team-high 28 points.

Greitens appoints three UM System curators, leaving two seats still vacant

Greitens appoints three UM System curators, leaving two seats still vacant

Jeff Layman, Jamie Farmer and Darryl Chatman fill three out of five empty Board of Curators seats.

Judge determines that CPD acted unconstitutionally by recording attorney-client phone calls

Judge determines that CPD acted unconstitutionally by recording attorney-client phone calls

Attorney Stephen Wyse: “If they’re recording my phone calls, I want someone to answer for it. It’s just outrageous.”

Possible cuts to the NEA pose threat to local arts, including The Missouri Review

Possible cuts to the NEA pose threat to local arts, including The Missouri Review

The Missouri Review editor Speer Morgan: “It’s going to be terribly destructive in comparison to what it costs the taxpayers."

Alabama edges Missouri with late surge

Alabama edges Missouri with late surge

The Crimson Tide came from behind to defeat the Tigers 57-54.

Missouri wrestling rights the ship, throttles SIU Edwardsville 34-12

Missouri wrestling rights the ship, throttles SIU Edwardsville 34-12

The Tigers got bonus point wins from five wrestlers in Wednesday’s dual meet finale.

SEC Champion Kahmari Montgomery looks to prove freshman campaign was no fluke

SEC Champion Kahmari Montgomery looks to prove freshman campaign was no fluke

After upsetting everyone last year to win the 400-meter dash SEC title, the sophomore is no longer the hunter — he's the hunted.

Architecture firm Populous selected by curators for Faurot south end zone project

Architecture firm Populous selected by curators for Faurot south end zone project

Populous, an architecture firm based out of Kansas City, has designed multiple stadiums throughout the country and world, including McLane Stadium at Baylor University, TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota and Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.

Panel discusses teaching Black Lives Matter in schools

Panel discusses teaching Black Lives Matter in schools

MU sophomore Rebekah Hurley: “I want teachers to care about their students, and I want teachers to care about each other.”

Blues have bounce-back week, re-enter playoff race

Blues have bounce-back week, re-enter playoff race

The Blues’ four-game winning streak over this span has landed them a spot in third place in the Central Division.

Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes out for the season with UCL injury

Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes out for the season with UCL injury

The second-year pitcher will require Tommy John surgery to repair a torn ligament in his elbow.

Celebrate girl power with these feminist jams

Celebrate girl power with these feminist jams

From Metric to Destiny’s Child, we’ve got you covered.

In City Council run, senior Andrew Hutchinson focuses on students

In City Council run, senior Andrew Hutchinson focuses on students

Hutchinson highlights affordable housing and student voter turnout as central parts of his campaign.

Kinder professors and Tribune editor discuss free speech in the digital era

Kinder professors and Tribune editor discuss free speech in the digital era

Adam Seagrave: “A man has a property in his opinions. In this age of Twitter, Facebook and social media, behind every opinion is a person ... Even if it’s expressed online or through a computer screen, that’s still part of a person."

University-sponsored charter schools have mixed success

University-sponsored charter schools have mixed success

Missouri School Boards’ Association deputy executive director Brent Ghan: “They’re using public money, but they’re not as accountable for that public money."

Dvorchak, Wilts sweep Ohio State Invitational swim meet

Dvorchak, Wilts sweep Ohio State Invitational swim meet

Both Missouri men’s and women’s swimming posted dominant performances ahead of SEC Championships.

Men and women’s golf programs confident after solid fall seasons

Men and women’s golf programs confident after solid fall seasons

Both teams have promising outlooks heading into spring as the second half of the golf season approaches.

Cafe Berlin to host Valentine’s Day event for creative minds

‘Blind Date: Collaboration Edition’ will fill your Valentine’s evening with crafts and food.

Characters mature as ‘Girls’ comes to its final season

Characters mature as ‘Girls’ comes to its final season

The show kicks off season 6 with a tryst in the Hamptons.

Column: Confessions of a modern-day woman

Column: Confessions of a modern-day woman

The real meaning behind the dreaded “F-word.”

Know Before You Go: Ben Folds and a Piano perform at The Blue Note

Know Before You Go: Ben Folds and a Piano perform at The Blue Note

The classical crossover artist is performing Feb. 21.

Sex Edna: Education is vital to a healthy and happy sex life

From anatomy to toys to boundaries and so forth, education is key.

Quiz: What’s your perfect Valentine’s Day playlist?

Find the perfect songs for your date out, or your night in.

Women in STEM at MU continue to break down barriers

Women in STEM at MU continue to break down barriers

These three students are plugging in, making an impact within their fields of study and encouraging young girls to do the same.

Social Justice Symposium teaches advocacy, awareness, activism

Keynote speaker Marcia Chatelain: “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.”

Column: Stigma against BDSM might be hurting your sex life

Being sexually ambitious doesn’t make someone a pervert.

Five can’t-miss Missouri baseball matchups for the 2017 season

Five can’t-miss Missouri baseball matchups for the 2017 season

Here’s a look at the top-five series on the Tigers’ schedule this spring and the rest of the schedule.

Missouri softball rides four-game win streak in first tournament of the season

Missouri softball rides four-game win streak in first tournament of the season

After a loss in their first game, the Tigers won four straight with timely hitting and pitching.

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If President Trump's elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts were to take effect, The Missouri Review is one of many departments that could take a financial hit.

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RHA presidential and vice presidential slate Maggie Recca, left, and Mitchell Davis, right.

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RHA president and vice president slate Solomon Davis and Jeremy Richmond.

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Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

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Left to right: Jeff Layman, Darryl Chatman and Jamie Farmer.

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A new design by Populous was selected by the Board of Curators for the new Faurot Field south end zone project. The project is scheduled to be complete in 2019.

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Director of Charter School Operations Gerry Kettenbach

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Kendrick Lamar: courtesy of Kim Metso, Wikimedia Commons. Tanner Houck: courtesy of Mizzou Athletics

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Drake: courtesy of thecomeupshow, Wikimedia Commons. Brett Bond: courtesy of Mizzou Athletics

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Chance the Rapper: courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Trey Harris: courtesy of Mizzou Athletics

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Jay-Z: courtesy of ultra5280, flickr. Steve Bieser: courtesy of Mizzou Athletics

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Migos: courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Brian Sharp: courtesy of Mizzou Athletics

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Sophomore guard Sophie Cunningham, 3, takes a shot during the home game facing UT Martin.

She scored 28 points against Florida Thursday

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The MU Chapter of The National Alliance of Black School Educators hosted a panel for students, faculty and community members in 201 Hill Hall titled “Teaching #BlackLivesMatter in the Classroom" no Thursday, Feb. 15.

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First Ward city council candidate Andrew Hutchinson speaks at the Inaugurating Resistance to the Trump Agenda rally held at Traditions Plaza on Jan. 20, 2017. Hutchinson has identified three main issues for his platform: infrastructure, affordable student housing and community policing.

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2017 MSA President and Vice Presidential Slates (L-R): Shruti Gulati and Josh Stockton, Tori Shafer and Riley de Leon, and Nathan Willett and Payton Englert.

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Nicholas Drummond, left, and Adam Seagrave, right, spoke with managing editor of the Columbia Daily Tribune Jim Robertson Monday, regarding free speech in the digital era.

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Rep. Rick Brattin's proposed bill would end the tenure system in Missouri as a public money-saving measure.

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Matt Echelmeier practices swinging out of a bunker by following through up the hill causing grass to fly at Old Hawthorne Golf Course on Monday April 12, 2016.

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Freshman guard Terrence Phillips, 1, shoots for three during the second half of the home game facing Vanderbilt.

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Missouri swimmer Erin Metzler-Seymour moves down the lane during the home meet facing Drury on Jan. 20.

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Sophomore guard Sophie Cunningham, 3, drives past an Arkansas defender to the basket. Cunningham had 19 points and one block in her 38 minutes of play.

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Ben Folds performs at the 2016 Roots N' Blues. Folds is coming to the Blue Note on Feb. 21 as a part of his tour, Ben Folds and a Piano.

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Band of Horses performs at Outside Lands in August 2009.

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Photo illustration of a sleeping college student. Many college students do not get the seven to nine hours of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation, for reasons ranging from homework to noise to parties.

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Photo illustration.

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'90s alternative rock band Smashing Pumpkins performs in Paris in 2007.

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Brianne Schmiegelow is a senior biological sciences major is currently working on research on the enamel of alligator teeth. Schmiegelow will be attend the UM – Kansas City School of Dentistry starting this fall.

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Junior civil engineering major Kate Peiffer smiles for a portrait in Overholser Atrium in Lafferre Hall.

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Freshman biochemistry major Michaela Thomson poses in her biochemistry lab. Thomson intends to continue on to medical school.

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