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July 5, 2015

Female assaulted while running on the Hinkson Creek Trail

By Hailey Stolze

A man grabbed the female’s butt while she was running and shortly after began masturbating.

June 27, 2015
New MSA auxiliaries secretary wants to ‘set the bar even higher’

New MSA auxiliaries secretary wants to ‘set the bar even higher’

By Bryanna Leach

Earl was unanimously appointed by both MSA President Payton Head and Vice President Brenda Smith-Lezama.

June 26, 2015
Boone County begins issuing marriage licenses for gay couples

Boone County begins issuing marriage licenses for gay couples

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Subtle changes were made to marriage applications in anticipation on the Supreme Court’s decision.

Students react to Supreme Court’s decision on legalizing gay marriage in all states

By Hailey Stolze

When MU sophomore MJ Cihak heard about the Supreme Court’s decision, she cried.

June 25, 2015
Former UM President remembered at ceremony

Former UM President remembered at ceremony

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Floyd was the only system president to tour the campus in a wheelchair.

University announces award for military personnel

By Elizabeth Loutfi

Effective immediately, this award goes toward the cost of base tuition.

June 21, 2015
Summit unites Greek student leaders, alumni, administration in tackling sexual assault

Summit unites Greek student leaders, alumni, administration in tackling sexual assault

By Elizabeth Loutfi

“I think this could be a national model,” Scroggs said. “Within a year, they’re going to be saying ‘Let’s do things like the University of Missouri.’ That’s our goal. We intend to be the national model.”

Missouri athletes injured in car crash

Missouri athletes injured in car crash

By Will Jarvis

Harold Brantley and Maddie Stock were not wearing seatbelts

June 19, 2015
Photo Story: Charleston shooting victims honored with local vigil

Photo Story: Charleston shooting victims honored with local vigil

By Zach Baker

Participants came together to mourn the loss of nine lives

Greek Life proposals part of larger effort to address campus assault

By George Roberson

The consortium’s proposals are not the only steps taken to reduce sexual assault during Loftin’s time at MU, but they are the most radical.

Survey shows majority of students think consortium’s proposals would be ineffective

By The Maneater staff

The survey had more than 1900 responses, many of which came from the Greek community.

June 15, 2015

PHA’s sexual violence education plan won’t be ‘one size fits all’

By George Roberson

The initiative was developed in coordination with the RSVP Center and Title IX Office.

June 10, 2015

Read the Fraternity Alumni Consortium's proposals for Greek Life

By The Maneater Staff

The proposed restrictions on fraternities, which the consortium spokesman said are not ready for implementation, would take effect this fall.

June 5, 2015
Junior Kelcea Barnes named interim MSA chief of staff

Junior Kelcea Barnes named interim MSA chief of staff

By George Roberson

The junior will take over for Cara Hartwig, who is interning with Goldman Sachs in New York this summer.

PHA and IFC ‘strongly disagree’ with proposed regulations

PHA and IFC ‘strongly disagree’ with proposed regulations

By George Roberson

Update: Consortium spokesman Ted Hellman said in an email Saturday drug testing is “no longer being considered as a policy proposal.”

June 3, 2015
Administrators discontinue One Mizzou, developing new marketing campaign this summer

Administrators discontinue One Mizzou, developing new marketing campaign this summer

By Sarah Wynn

One Mizzou began as a diversity initiative but became a slogan for the university.

Out with MizzouWireless, in with TigerWiFi

By Bryanna Leach

By spring 2016, the project is supposed to be completed throughout campus, giving better wireless access to students and staff.

Editorial: While crime rates haven’t increased in recent years, students deserve to feel safe.

Although MUPD’s statement on the recent burst of Clery reports is accurate, not all is said and done.

Column: “But, even Jesus drank wine.”

By Whitney Thompson

Balancing the college drinking scene and personal sanity

Column: Chipped Pearl: Revelations from my 1992 Volvo 240

By Timothy Riordan

Columnist Timothy Riordan explores rites of passage, the American Dream, and his search for identity in this column.