Aug. 24, 2016
MU Libraries are searching for more funding and have raised $6 million so far.
Coalition of Graduate Workers co-chair Eric Scott: “Each one of us is not that powerful in comparison to the grand monolith of the university, but when we stand together, when we are united together, we are a power that can shake these columns.”
The Citizenship@Mizzou training, about making the university a more inclusive community, was initiated following racial tensions on campus last fall.
Aug. 23, 2016
The city will not charge the developer, Catalyst Design Works, to close portions of Elm, Fifth and Sixth streets.
Aug. 22, 2016
By Fiona Murphy
The cabinet hopes the forums, called Roar At Us, will provide students a space to discuss controversial issues.
By Zia Kelly
The fee is $50 per semester, and some of the revenue goes toward new and updated machines.
Aug. 16, 2016
By Claire Colby
Freshman Tiffany Middlemas: “I’m looking forward to meeting new people, learning and having a new experience.”
Aug. 21, 2016
By Kyra Haas
With more than 600 active organizations at MU, deciding which one is right for you can be overwhelming. Use the flowchart below to find an organization to join, based on your interests.
MSA controls a $1.6 million budget and LBC is the country’s only university-funded black student government. Find out more about these and other organizations.
Aug. 17, 2016
A lot happened last fall. Here’s a quick rundown of the major events.
July 21, 2016
By Max Fillion
One potential senator, Joe Davis, was ruled ineligible because he is an incoming MU freshman.
May 11, 2016
By Andrew Frein
Congressman Garren Wegener, the bill’s author, said the $5 increase was necessary to expand RHA’s relevance on campus.
May 5, 2016
By The Maneater Staff
The best and the worst of this unforgettable year.
May 3, 2016
By Tess Vrbin
Former MSA presidential candidate Syed Ejaz: “Our student body cares about a lot of things, but oftentimes just doesn’t do much. (In) those moments when push comes to shove, I think that in general, a lot of people will come together.”
Many leaders of the Missouri Students Association have struggled to meet basic standards of integrity or, in many cases, remain in office. The organization’s main purpose is to represent and advocate for the undergraduate students of the university, but members have been more preoccupied with addressing scandals than serving ...
By Tess Vrbin
President Shelby Anderson: “While our sole purpose is focusing on Black students, encouraging a campus that denies oppression in any form is growth for all minorities.”
The Missouri Students Association was a sleeping dragon; it looked strong, intimidating and powerful, but in reality, it was dormant. It stayed silent on pertinent issues, and its members proudly boasted an extra but hollow line on their resumes. But what does it take to wake the beast from its ...
It’s hard to look around campus and not see Payton and Kandice Head. Between the two of them, they represent the university and its students in an extensive list of organizations. To name just a few: Missouri Students Association, Alumni Association Student Board, Tour Team, Summer Welcome and Mizzou ...
1. Election Round 1 The annual Missouri Students Association election is no stranger to scandal, but this year’s discombobulation takes the cake. The Board of Elections Commissioners — the people who make the rules — didn’t even start making them on time, causing Senate to suspend their rules to pass ...
RSVP Center coordinator Danica Wolf: “We need to be on the same page, on the same journey together, to change our culture.”