The Student Voice of MU Since 1955
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Campus archives
Feb. 18, 2017

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

By Elena Cruz

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.

Feb. 16, 2017
Greitens appoints three UM System curators, leaving two seats still vacant

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

By Kyle LaHucik

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

By Libby Stanford

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

By Jackson Kinkead

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

Feb. 15, 2017
Architecture firm Populous selected by curators for Faurot south end zone project

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

By Clare Roth

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

By Maureen Strode

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

Feb. 14, 2017
In City Council run, senior Andrew Hutchinson focuses on students

In City Council run, senior Andrew Hutchinson focuses on students

By Sarah Hallam

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

By Clare Roth

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

By Zia Kelly

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

Feb. 13, 2017

Social Justice Symposium teaches advocacy, awareness, activism

By Magdaline Duncan

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

News at the ZOU: Feb. 13 Quiz

News at the ZOU: Feb. 13 Quiz

By Kyle LaHucik

A Board of Curators meeting, MSA election updates and more in this week’s news quiz.

Three slates begin MSA presidential campaigns

Three slates begin MSA presidential campaigns

By Emily Gallion

Two debates will take place Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. in Bengal Lair and Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. in The Shack.

Feb. 11, 2017
Protesters face off at Planned Parenthood rally

Protesters face off at Planned Parenthood rally

By Sam Forbes

Demonstrators filled the sidewalk on both sides of Providence Road.

Feb. 10, 2017
MSA Full Senate passes several amendments to the BEC handbook

MSA Full Senate passes several amendments to the BEC handbook

By Fiona Murphy

Changes include banning slate Snapchat accounts and lowering fines issued to slates for infractions.

Nine takeaways from the first Board of Curators meeting

By The Maneater Staff

The board discussed recent budget cuts, funding, building projects, tuition and more.

North Korean refugee Grace Jo shares her story at Institute for Korean Studies opening

North Korean refugee Grace Jo shares her story at Institute for Korean Studies opening

By Magdaline Duncan

Jo: “I really hope this institute can be a big influence on college students about North Korean human rights."

Feb. 9, 2017
Author Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor speaks at MU about black liberation

Author Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor speaks at MU about black liberation

By Clare Roth

Taylor: “We must be clear about how we got to this point. And in doing so, it is critical to remember that embedded inside of every right-wing backlash is the failure of the liberal establishment to provide a better way."

Feb. 8, 2017
CDS changes Tiger Plan marketing in response to student feedback

CDS changes Tiger Plan marketing in response to student feedback

By Fiona Murphy

Changes include pages on the Campus Dining Services website clarifying how to save money on the plan.

The Briefing: Anti-abortion group to protest outside Planned Parenthood

By Emily Gallion

Protest Planned Parenthood will host a rally outside of Columbia’s Planned Parenthood location at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The rally is connected to other protests taking place across the nation on the same day. The group’s website says it hopes for “an end to Planned Parenthood’s ...

The Briefing: Blunt votes to confirm DeVos despite protests

The Briefing: Blunt votes to confirm DeVos despite protests

By Emily Gallion

After two separate protests outside his office over the past two weeks, Sen. Roy Blunt voted to confirm President Donald Trump’s pick for education secretary, Betsy DeVos. The protests were in response to Trump’s cabinet nominees as well as other policies. The first took place Jan. 31 with ...