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Monday, September 25, 2017
Issue: Maneater v. 84, Issue 4
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Women’s golf finishes last at Mercedes Championship

Women’s golf finishes last at Mercedes Championship

The Tigers failed to carry the momentum from last week’s record-breaking results.

Ohmme’s indie-rock delivers emotion and pure technical talent

Ohmme’s indie-rock delivers emotion and pure technical talent

The trio Ohmme may just be starting out, but their concert showed they have more amazing music to come.

MU club Quidditch encourages competition, new members

MU club Quidditch encourages competition, new members

Assistant captain Kaylee Skistimas: “If more athletes looked at this as something serious, it would be even more elevated than it’s become in the past few years.”

Countdown to wrestling, part three: the schedule

Countdown to wrestling, part three: the schedule

The Tigers will wrestle in an outdoor match at Mizzou Softball Stadium to start the season.

Inconsistencies on special teams haunt Missouri football in 1-2 start

Inconsistencies on special teams haunt Missouri football in 1-2 start

Poor play on special teams has ruined scoring opportunities for the Tigers.

Missouri football announces 2018 schedule

Missouri football announces 2018 schedule

Home games against Georgia and Arkansas and an October trip to Alabama highlight the Tigers’ 2018 slate.

Missouri volleyball getting back on track in conference play after offseason full of injuries

Missouri volleyball getting back on track in conference play after offseason full of injuries

The Tigers are looking to defend their SEC title from a season ago.

Mizzou club hockey looks to improve with new head coach

Mizzou club hockey looks to improve with new head coach

The Tigers will be looking to get their first win against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on Sept. 29.

MU law student Paul Wade awarded Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship for military service

MU law student Paul Wade awarded Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship for military service

Wade served on active duty for 12 years and currently participates in the Missouri National Guard while volunteering in the community.

The Mizzou Store sales drop with changes to increase financial and academic success for students

The Mizzou Store sales drop with changes to increase financial and academic success for students

MU’s tough-love decision to limit student charge has not come without repercussions.

With survey results in, MU is ready to move forward with new inclusivity plans

Chancellor Alexander Cartwright: “While our results are very similar to what has been found at other institutions, we are not happy with some of the findings and it helps us identify areas that we should address in the future.”

 Art Beat: Filmmaker Nathan Wright aims to spread empathy through his art

Art Beat: Filmmaker Nathan Wright aims to spread empathy through his art

Wright: “Movies introduced me to this world that you can dive in and lose yourself. For those few hours nothing else matters, and by the end of it you’re back stuck in your own life.”

Mizzou soccer dominates Albany 3-0 to finish non-conference play on high note

Mizzou soccer dominates Albany 3-0 to finish non-conference play on high note

Freshman Tess Rellihan remained on fire, notching her third and fourth goals in the past five games.

New talent struggles for Missouri tennis in Georgia

New talent struggles for Missouri tennis in Georgia

The Tigers had a rough go of it in Athens, Georgia, after their season-opening tournament was relocated due to Hurricane Irma.

Black Studies Department holds open forum in response to St. Louis shooting verdict

Black Studies Department holds open forum in response to St. Louis shooting verdict

Professor Stephanie Shonekan led discussion on how to move the campus forward in response to Stockley’s acquittal.

CAFNR announces estate gift donated to establish Brazeale Family Scholarship

CAFNR announces estate gift donated to establish Brazeale Family Scholarship

The fund will cover 25 percent of the annual tuition costs each year for eight Missouri residents; when fully endowed, it will amount to approximately 30 annual scholarships.

MU social work professors research the relationship between veterans and the criminal justice system

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, veterans make up about 8 percent of the U.S. prison population.

School of Journalism receives $26.1 million donation to create the Novak Leadership Institute

School of Journalism receives $26.1 million donation to create the Novak Leadership Institute

The money was given by 1974 MU graduate David Novak, co-founder and former CEO of Yum! Brands.

Column: We should attempt to stay rational when discussing hot button topics

Clashing views on political issues decrease the amount of discussion.

Mizzou volleyball takes all three matches at Wolf Pack tournament

Mizzou volleyball takes all three matches at Wolf Pack tournament

The Tigers got back on track with consecutive wins on Friday.

Schweizer wins, sets course record in Commodore Classic

Schweizer wins, sets course record in Commodore Classic

Women’s cross-country finishes third, while men need to perform better, Coach Burns said.

Missouri soccer wins SEC opener thanks to late goal

Missouri soccer wins SEC opener thanks to late goal

Allie Hess put the Tigers ahead 2-1 in the 85th minute.

Tigers thrashed by Purdue in demoralizing loss

Tigers thrashed by Purdue in demoralizing loss

The Tigers were lifeless in the 35-3 blowout at the hands of the Boilermakers.

Campus Safety Walk aims to identify possibly unsafe locations around campus

Campus Safety Walk aims to identify possibly unsafe locations around campus

A report outlining specific areas will be sent to various MU offices that would be in charge of addressing hazards.

MU fires professor for misconduct and violating contract with the university

MU fires professor for misconduct and violating contract with the university

A former colleague called former MU professor Galen Suppes’ behavior “frequently unprofessional and inappropriate.”

Head Space: Historical society’s new Bingham exhibit is reminder of art’s importance

Head Space: Historical society’s new Bingham exhibit is reminder of art’s importance

State Historical Society of Missouri curator reflects on George Caleb Bingham’s legacy, eternal relevance and the current state of patronage.

Missouri football set for week three matchup against Purdue

Missouri football set for week three matchup against Purdue

The Boilermakers head to Columbia much improved from a season ago.

Mizzou Athletics explores ways of creating ‘zero waste’ at Memorial Stadium after study released

The study found that Memorial Stadium generates over 47 metric tons of waste over five games, most of which is unsold food from concession stands.

Tennis skirts: now serving more than just athletic purposes

Tennis skirts: now serving more than just athletic purposes

The traditionally athletic item no longer belongs to just tennis players, but many non-athletes around campus, too.

Asian American Association starts the year off with annual UnificAsian event

UnificAsian draws in new members for the Asian American Association from across MU.

New Hall remains unfinished in more ways than just its name

New Hall remains unfinished in more ways than just its name

New Hall President Ryan Geising: “There was a huge time crunch to get the hall ready. So, yes we are able to host students and have them live here, but we are not to the standard that the other halls are at.”

Gone are the days we can safely give companies our personal information

Column: Gone are the days we can safely give companies our personal information

The Equifax hack shows that now is the time for consumers to tell Congress to take more action to protect their personal data.

Column: Trump may have helped DACA by ending it

The complexity of DACA makes the current administration's decisions come under intense scrutiny.

 ‘The Glass Castle’ explores difficult issues concerning family and maturity

‘The Glass Castle’ explores difficult issues concerning family and maturity

The story of a wandering family in the ‘50s is told through flashbacks from the point of view of a young woman played by Brie Larson

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