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Nov. 19, 2014

Students plan rally after Ferguson decision

By The Maneater Staff

MU4MikeBrown held a "die-in" protest on Oct. 8 to show support for Michael Brown

Nov. 18, 2014

Alumna Rebecca Dunn crowned Miss Missouri USA 2015

By Katie Parkinson

While at MU, Rebecca Dunn founded Mizzou for You and was involved in Mizzou for Malawi.

Campus leaders discuss past, future of One Mizzou

Campus leaders discuss past, future of One Mizzou

By Neeti Butala

Student leaders said One Mizzou has morphed into MU’s marketing brand for diversity, instead of an inclusive, action-based initiative.

MSA mulls raising GPA bar

By Jack Waddell

RHA currently has a minimum GPA of 2.2, and Greek chapters have a minimum of 2.7.

‘NaNoWriMo:’ 50k words, 30 days

‘NaNoWriMo:’ 50k words, 30 days

By Jared Kaufman

November is National Novel Writing Month, when participants attempt to write a 50,000-word novel.

Panhellenic Association elects 2014-2015 executive board

By Rachel Pierret

Six of the eight executive positions were elected Nov. 9.

Nov. 13, 2014
Students elect to 'Ignite Mizzou'

Students elect to 'Ignite Mizzou'

By Jack Waddell

This year set a record for highest number of votes cast in an MSA presidential election.

Nov. 11, 2014

Brigadier General Mark Spindler recalls life of service

By Marilyn Haigh

Spindler, a 1982 graduate, said a 15-month tour in Iraq was “the most significant event” of his career.

Colonel David O. Smith reflects on life in military

By Emma Diltz

Smith, a 1969 graduate of MU, served in the military for 31 years.

Dan Jenski comes full circle with feature-length film, 'ADDicted'

Dan Jenski comes full circle with feature-length film, 'ADDicted'

By Stevie Myers

Jenski left MU in 2005 to pursue a career in the film industry.

Haseman fosters friendships throughout illustrious career in Southeast Asia

By Stevie Myers

Haseman was also inducted into the Defense Attaché System Hall of Fame​.

IFC develops sexual assault prevention course

By Rachel Pierret

19 men from 10 campus fraternities have signed up so far to be peer educators.

MSA slates discuss tackling the budget

By George Roberson , Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville

Next semester, the vice president will be tasked with reviewing a $1.6 million budget that funds several programs and departments, including all MSA/GPC auxiliaries and DSA.

Nature-loving meteorologist Stevenson takes LBC crown

By Wendy Hayworth

Stevenson is currently working on a documentary about people of color in nature and conservation.

‘Not just on Veterans Day, but every day’

‘Not just on Veterans Day, but every day’

By Grace Rogers

A 24-hour vigil, the Veterans Day parade, a blood drive and the Wreath Laying Ceremony helped the MU community thank veterans.

Show that smile: Dental school-bound Love wins LBC king

By Wendy Hayworth

Love said he attributes his drive to his parents.

The incredible life of Capt. Darrell Eichhoff

By Grace Rogers

After harrowing WWII bomber missions and awards, Capt. Eichhoff’s focus is caring for his wife.

Veteran, actor J. R. Martinez speaks on service and adversity

By Emma Diltz

At 19 years old, Martinez enlisted in the U.S. Army, where his Humvee hit a roadside bomb that burned 34 percent of his body.

Veterans Day 2014

By Emma Diltz , Grace Rogers , Marilyn Haigh and Stevie Myers

The Maneater profiles four MU veterans who were inducted into the MU ROTC Hall of Fame.

Nov. 10, 2014