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March 4, 2015

Delta Xi Nu honors Women’s History Month with Respect HER.

By Whitney Matewe

Celebrating and promoting understanding and respect of women, Delta Xi Nu partners with several student organizations for the first annual Respect HER.

March 3, 2015
 Carr looks to prove himself as new MSA Senate Speaker

Carr looks to prove himself as new MSA Senate Speaker

By George Roberson

Carr’s first full Senate meeting as speaker will be March 18.

Student volunteers keep STRIPES running, 14 years strong

By Neeti Butala

Currently, STRIPES is working to lower its wait times, marketing coordinator Robbie Towner said.

‘The Riot’ reaches its 100th show

‘The Riot’ reaches its 100th show

By Neeti Butala

Allen said the content of the 100th show is kept under wraps, but there will be cake and pizza at the studio.

Two Great Pyrenees become a staple of Speakers Circle

Two Great Pyrenees become a staple of Speakers Circle

By Natalia Alamdari

The dogs’ owner has made a habit of stopping by campus.

March 2, 2015

Multicultural sorority aims to educate, empower women of multicultural backgrounds

By Landon Jones | Updated March 2, 2015 at 11:03 p.m.

Delta Xi Nu will be hosting an event titled “Respect HER.” March 3.

March 1, 2015
International Showcase takes MU around the world in one night

International Showcase takes MU around the world in one night

By Whitney Matewe

Nine student groups gave a variety of cultural performances Saturday at Missouri Theatre.

Feb. 26, 2015
Body Monologues slams negative body image

Body Monologues slams negative body image

By Whitney Matewe

The Multicultural Center hosted National Eating Disorder Awareness Week’s poetry forum Body Monologues, engaging students in dialogue about body image.

Feb. 24, 2015

Craft Studio coordinator Kelsey Hammond embraces body image

By Emma Diltz

Kelsey Hammond is also organizing the 2015 Women in the Arts gallery at the Craft Studio.

LGBT mentorship program helps introduce new Tigers to MU

LGBT mentorship program helps introduce new Tigers to MU

By George Roberson

Organizers planned for a year before launching the program.

MU team makes reality of Missouri food insecurity ‘easy to digest’

MU team makes reality of Missouri food insecurity ‘easy to digest’

By Hannah Black

Researchers hope the data presented in the book will be a tool for policymakers.

Two slates running for RHA president

By Cleopatra Benos

Both slates want to create a new position to connect RHA with other diversity organizations on campus.

Feb. 23, 2015

Eating Disorder Awareness Week aims to reach wide variety of students

By Faith Salamon

Eating disorders manifest themselves in many different ways and affect many different people, yet many people do not understand their serious repercussions.

Feb. 22, 2015

Performers entertain, educate in Vagina Monologues

By Olivia Thompson

This was the first year where the Vagina Monologues were performed twice.

Feb. 18, 2015

The Maneater turns 60: celebrating six decades of student journalism

By Katie Pohlman | Updated Feb. 18, 2015 at 11:17 a.m.

We continue to serve as the voice of the students of MU, just like we promised in 1955.

Feb. 17, 2015

Active Minds aims to change mental health stigma

By George Roberson

More than 16 percent of college students or college-aged people in the U.S. have “seriously considered” suicide.

COMOtion showcases college and professional improvisation teams

COMOtion showcases college and professional improvisation teams

By Rebecca` Ferman

Organizers Jake Wallach and Clint Cannon said it’s more of a showcase to highlight each team’s talents than a competition.

MU students to give voice to women’s issues in ‘Vagina Monologues’

MU students to give voice to women’s issues in ‘Vagina Monologues’

By Allison Pecorin

This is the first year in which there will be multiple performances of the monologues.

Students find stress relief in stitching

Students find stress relief in stitching

By Waverly Colville

The name ‘Stitch ‘n Bitch’ is a way to reclaim undervalued “women’s work.”

Feb. 15, 2015

Mizzou Swing draws dancers from around the country

By Wendy Hayworth

Mizzou Swing Society is hosting its own conference in April.