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Oct. 31, 2014

MU acquires radio station from Stephens College

By Covey Eonyak Son

The purchase would allow KBIA to become a nearly all-news station.

Tigers pounce into SEC tourney with 2-1 win

By Daniel Witt

Missouri will have a first-round bye in the conference tournament.

What to watch for: Missouri vs. Kentucky

By Jason Lowenthal

Here are five things to watch for ahead of Missouri’s SEC East showdown with Kentucky. 1. The play of Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles Kentucky has not had a quarterback as effective as Towles in quite a while. Prior to this season, the Wildcats had not had a quarterback throw ...

Oct. 30, 2014

MU partners with Women’s Foundation to research status of women in Missouri

By Anna Sutterer

Studying the status of women involves more than the ladies of Missouri, it impacts her children, entire family and her community.

Williams III absent from action in exhibition opener

Williams III absent from action in exhibition opener

By Daniel Witt

Williams III has been dealing with a meniscus tear since October.

Oct. 29, 2014
McKee, Waters, Mumford renovations remain unfunded

McKee, Waters, Mumford renovations remain unfunded

By Annabel Ames

Renovations for McKee, Waters and Mumford could take a while to begin as the state legislature debates funding.

Provost candidate Wiencek discusses diversity, sexual violence policy, AAU

By Taylor Blatchford

Wiencek is currently the interim provost of the Virginia Commonwealth University.

The traveling Tiger: Where in the world is Chancellor Loftin?

By Taylor Blatchford

Since February, MU has spent more than $30,000 for Loftin’s travels.

Chadwick under fire for dissenting vote on marijuana ordinance

By Elana Williams

The proposed ordinance failed 4-3 during a City Council meeting Oct. 20.

University adds preferred names for student systems, class rosters

By Yasmine Benchaabane

The changes will benefit students whose legal names do not match their identity.

Editorial: State must fund critical MU renovations

With three buildings in need of extensive repairs, state funding is imperative in putting the projects in motion.

MSA hosts sexual violence prevention event

By Jack Waddell and Waverly Colville

“Take a Stand” continued MSA’s Enough is Enough campaign.

Campus health officials prepare for flu season

By Jared Kaufman

The Student Health Center is holding eight flu clinics.

Columbia hires new economic development director

By Ruth Serven

She will begin her position in January.

2014-2015 Basketball Preview

2014-2015 Basketball Preview

By The Maneater Staff

Who are these guys? Kim Anderson is about to begin his first season as a Division I head coach. He’s taking the reins of the Tigers, who he played for in the 1970s. Mizzou loses 78 percent of its scoring from last season and will likely play five true ...

Deuce Bello’s athleticism stands out

By Will Jarvis

Coach Kim Anderson plans on using Bello in a number of positions.

Fulford ready for new challenge

Fulford ready for new challenge

By Michael Natelli

The former Huntington Prep coach said “it was time” to make the leap.

Hansbrough, Murphy powering Tigers’ ground attack

Hansbrough, Murphy powering Tigers’ ground attack

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Mauk: “When you have Russell and Marcus back there, you have to get those guys the ball.”

Home, sweet Hearnes for Anderson

By Daniel Witt

Kim Anderson played in the Hearnes Center in the 1970s. Now, 40 years later, he returns as a head coach.

Junior college transfer ready to take on Division I

By Bruno Vernaschi

Robinson was a top-100 recruit coming out of high school.