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Dec. 13, 2014
Demonstrations arise after Roxy’s wristband deemed “offensive”

Demonstrations arise after Roxy’s wristband deemed “offensive”

By George Roberson

The wristband given out Thursday evening said “hands up, pants up.”

Dec. 12, 2014
Be The Change Volunteers uses education to change lives

Be The Change Volunteers uses education to change lives

By Stevie Myers

Cook said his goal is to build 100 schools in his lifetime.

Students, community members stand in solidarity for students in Mexico

By George Roberson

Attendees were asked to wear black for the 43 students.

Dec. 11, 2014

Students hold march to ‘wage peace’

By Katie Pohlman

On social media, the event was referred to as “Our Stop Day.”

Dec. 9, 2014

After NaNoWriMo, work is not over for student novelists

By Jared Kaufman

NaNoWriMo novelists from MU debrief after the month-long challenge came to a close at the end of November.

Geography professor looks to the forest to study climate change

Geography professor looks to the forest to study climate change

By Grace Rogers

Grant Elliott discovered geography was a way to make money doing something he loves: wandering around the forest.

Greeks plan to go green

By Neeti Butala

Currently, there are only two recycling bins in all of Greek town.

MU Sketch rebrands as Battlewhale, keeps ‘em laughing

MU Sketch rebrands as Battlewhale, keeps ‘em laughing

By Danielle Katz

The tide continues to rise for the only sketch comedy group on campus as it establishes a single identity.

Outgoing MSA president Haberberger ‘leads with kindness first’

Outgoing MSA president Haberberger ‘leads with kindness first’

By Emma Diltz

Outside MSA, Haberberger has been involved with Greek Life, QEBH and the College of Education Ambassadors.

Outgoing MSA vice president McKeown leaves ‘fantastic legacy’

Outgoing MSA vice president McKeown leaves ‘fantastic legacy’

By Emma Diltz

After transferring to MU during his sophomore year, Matt McKeown found a home in MSA.

Six new members provide key change for Mizzou Forte

Six new members provide key change for Mizzou Forte

By Marilyn Haigh

The a cappella group will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. on Dec. 11 in Jesse Wrench Auditorium in Memorial Union.

Dec. 7, 2014
Students march for Eric Garner

Students march for Eric Garner

By Wendy Hayworth | Updated Dec. 8, 2014 at 1:01 p.m.

A march was held Dec. 5 from Speakers Circle, through the columns and to the steps of Jesse Hall.

Dec. 6, 2014
Caterpillar’s chewing is music to scientists’ ears

Caterpillar’s chewing is music to scientists’ ears

By Allison Pecorin

MU researchers discover plants can hear themselves being eaten.

Dec. 5, 2014

“Walking While Black” forum and experts panel brainstorm solutions to racism

By Rachel Pierret

“We have to admit that there are some wrongs that need to be corrected,” said English professor Clenora Hudson-Weems.

Dec. 2, 2014
Senior and Rhodes finalist Fares Akremi sets sights on immigration law

Senior and Rhodes finalist Fares Akremi sets sights on immigration law

By Marilyn Haigh

Akremi was selected as one of 12 Rhodes Scholar Finalists in the Midwest region from hundreds of applicants.

Student leaders work with CDS to offer nutrition info, vegan dining

By Rachel Pierret

“Students who come to college are often in control of their diet for the very first time in their lives, so its important to be able to have that nutritional information,” Abby Ivory-Ganja said.

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.