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Feb. 10, 2016
A pinch of snow makes everything beautiful

Gallery: A pinch of snow makes everything beautiful

By The Maneater Staff

A light shower of snow comes to Columbia on Wednesday morning leaving everything looking white and peaceful.

UPDATED: MSA Board of Elections Commissioners Handbook approved during full Senate

By Max Fillion

The handbook aims to give the BEC more control over the elections.

Maneater Long Reads: Reaching for Rio

Maneater Long Reads: Reaching for Rio

By Peter Baugh

The Maneater looks into 13 Missouri Tigers with a chance to make the Olympics and the process to get there.

Editorial: Curator appointments can’t wait

Missouri legislature must move past partisan motives and approve new curator selections.

Column: Nihilism is worth considering

By Hunter Bassler

Columnist Hunter Bassler on the belief in the lack of morals.

Column: ‘Temporary’ is not synonymous with ‘weak’

By Elane Edwards

Interims are a sign of change and soon-to-come prosperity

MU sophomore arrested in connection with November burglary

By Allyson Sherwin

Romell Rainey was arrested Tuesday in connection with felony charges.

Vanderbilt hands Missouri basketball ninth straight loss, 86-71

Vanderbilt hands Missouri basketball ninth straight loss, 86-71

By Tyler Kraft

Rosburg hands in first career double-double in loss.

Feb. 9, 2016

Bike Share program hopes to expand with help of RHA

By Tess Vrbin

RHA Vice President Rachel Thomas said the second location could be near Bingham Commons or the North, Center and South area.

Former CCRC chairman and presidential candidate Syed Ejaz says goodbye to MSA

By Andrew Frein

Syed Ejaz: “If you were just a fly on the wall you’d think that we would definitely be running but deep down I don’t think anybody really wanted to.”

Missouri football has high hopes for the recruiting class of 2016

Missouri football has high hopes for the recruiting class of 2016

By Tyler Kraft

Natereace Strong looks to make quick impact in his first year at the Zou.

Shane Ray becomes 11th former Missouri football player to win Super Bowl

Shane Ray becomes 11th former Missouri football player to win Super Bowl

By Alec Lewis

Shane Ray has traveled the long road from the inner city of Kansas City to that Super Bowl podium. From the marijuana citation in April 27 to sustaining an MCL injury in the sixth week of his rookie season, Ray has faced adversity.

Stock watch: Missouri women’s basketball freshman are pivotal

Stock watch: Missouri women’s basketball freshman are pivotal

By Alec Lewis

Women’s team continues to struggle with turnover-steal ratio while underclassmen take a backseat on offensive end.

Turnovers costing Missouri women's basketball in big games

Turnovers costing Missouri women's basketball in big games

By Zach Stoner

Missouri’s hot three-point shooting must stay consistent to make up for its SEC-worst turnover margin.

Diversity requirement begins for new students, but is subject to change

Diversity requirement begins for new students, but is subject to change

By Lily Cusack

Professor Joan Hermsen: “We want to see students engaging with the material and bringing their personal life experiences to the kinds of questions that are raised in courses.”

Five things you missed at last week’s Board of Curators meeting

By Taylor Blatchford

The curators discussed campus diversity and the upcoming search for the next UM System president.

Feb. 8, 2016

Revived Multicultural Greek Council seeks to increase unity of Greek councils

By Tess Vrbin

MGC President Phillip Nguyen: “We want them to know that (even if) you’re not rich or white, you still have access to being a part of Greek Life.”

Column: Iowa caucus proved no frontrunner is guaranteed a win

By Tess Vrbin

After Trump’s loss and Sanders’ near victory on Monday, there’s no telling how the next competition will end.

Proposed student housing plan would take over Quinton’s Bar and Deli

Proposed student housing plan would take over Quinton’s Bar and Deli

By Allyson Sherwin

The proposed structure dubbed “Rise Apartments” would be dedicated primarily to student housing with parking and retail spaces.

Unsatisfactory officer-student ratio prompts growing campus police force

Unsatisfactory officer-student ratio prompts growing campus police force

By Madison Plaster

MU has the smallest campus police force in the SEC and the Big 12, MUPD Maj. Brian Weimer said.