Raising Kaine: How MU shaped vice-presidential nominee and graduate Tim Kaine

Longtime friend Jim Pfander: “He really is, I think, a genuine public servant.”

Homecoming 2017 photo gallery

Six photos from downtown Columbia to Faurot Field.

Frequently asked questions about MU’s historic fall

A lot happened last fall. Here’s a quick rundown of the major events.

Junior Tori Schafer defines herself and empowers others

Schafer: “I’m a firm believer that your biggest loss is the start of your comeback story, so I'm looking forward to writing my comeback story."

Interactive Map: Greek houses make accessibility updates

A Maneater survey shows MU’s Greek chapters have continued to make their houses more inclusive for all students.

Homecoming 2017 photo gallery

Six photos from downtown Columbia to Faurot Field.

Homecoming 2017 Coverage

A look at The Maneater and MOVE Magazine's coverage of Homecoming 2017

Junior Tori Schafer defines herself and empowers others

Schafer: “I’m a firm believer that your biggest loss is the start of your comeback story, so I'm looking forward to writing my comeback story."

What's up in photo?

February feature work from the Photography Department.

Encouraging Education and Inclusion

Transgender Empowerment and Awareness Week provided space for the MU community to learn about what it means to be transgender.

Mizzou votes: The results of the 2016 election

Students around campus took to the polls today. Here's how the results are looking for Missouri.

Raising Kaine: How MU shaped vice-presidential nominee and graduate Tim Kaine

Longtime friend Jim Pfander: “He really is, I think, a genuine public servant.”

Maneater Long Reads: No Fun, All Joy

Students with children now face a wider range of obstacles due to the impending closure of the Student Parent Center.

Comparing the response to incidents of racism on campus

Wednesday’s demonstrations come a little over a year after former MSA President Payton Head vocalized he was a called a racial slur.

MU in 100 people

Here’s what the MU student body would look like if it were reduced to 100 people in various categories.

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