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Jan. 26, 2015

Missouri wrestling downs Northern Illinois, remains undefeated

By Quinn Malloy

Said Mayes: “It’s going to take an act of God to beat me.”

Mizzou falls to Kentucky in a long-distance battle

By Bobby Ceresia

The Tigers had 22 turnovers, twice as many as the Wildcats.

Jan. 24, 2015

Mike Anderson adds fuel to ‘Battle Line’ rivalry

By Daniel Witt

Arkansas coach wins first game at Mizzou Arena since his abrupt departure.

Missouri Wrestling takes down top-10 foe Oklahoma State

By Quinn Malloy

The win puts the Tigers at 20-0 on the season.

Tigers lose heartbreaker to Arkansas

Tigers lose heartbreaker to Arkansas

By Will Jarvis

Missouri was unable to finish the game when it came down to the wire.

Jan. 23, 2015

Faculty Council discuss race relations, trouble rolling out Title IX training

By Quinn Malloy

A new committee will be dedicated to addressing race relations on campus.

Jan. 22, 2015

Freshman in good condition after being struck by vehicle on campus

By Hailey Stolze

The woman was struck by a silver van at the intersection of College Ave. and Rollins St.

Webber appointed ranking member of Higher Education Appropriations Committee

Webber appointed ranking member of Higher Education Appropriations Committee

By Taylor Blatchford

The committee discusses issues regarding higher education funding in Missouri.

Jan. 21, 2015

Faculty Council spring agenda eyes diversity, Title IX, raises

By Quinn Malloy

Issues like cultural competency remain an important topic, but council members believe mandatory cultural competency courses are unrealistic.

Spain-Johanson report targets Missouri tuition

By Taylor Blatchford

According to the report, MU tuition has nearly doubled since 1994 and loans make up almost 70 percent of all financial aid in Missouri.

Tobacco 21 petition efforts stirring

Tobacco 21 petition efforts stirring

By Hailey Stolze

After failing to receive enough signatures on a referendum petition, Columbia residents are working on an initiative petition.

Uber’s arrival in Columbia stirs up controversy, backlash from city

By Ruth Serven

City Council is planning to debate transportation regulations at its Feb. 2 meeting.

ProtoCall enables after-hours counseling, crisis intervention

By Alana Saad

Students are now able to consult with a counselor 24 hours a day with the Counseling Center’s new ProtoCall crisis hotline.

Parson, Pfeffer win 2014 Geyer Award

Parson, Pfeffer win 2014 Geyer Award

By Jennifer Prohov

The award celebrates advocacy for and contributions to MU.

Column: Meet the new and improved Antlers

By Brendan Simpson

I have some news. I don’t want you to be disappointed in me, because you shouldn’t be. I’m a proud Antler. Contrary to popular belief, us Antlers aren’t bad people. Well, not all the time, at least. We are just a misunderstood breed of college students ...

Column: No Pack No

By Daniel Schmidt

There are few situations where I use the word “hate” to describe my feelings about someone or something. It's a strong word with a lot of emotional weight behind and I do not use it lightly. As they say, “I'm a lover, not a hater.” That said, 8 ...

Reaction: Tigers lose fourth straight

By Daniel Witt

Missouri remains winless on the road after loss in College Station.

‘Shamburger Helper’ provides much-needed consistency

‘Shamburger Helper’ provides much-needed consistency

By Will Jarvis

Shamburger leads the Tigers in minutes, assists and free throw percentage.

The Tiger Style streak continues: 19 straight dual wins

The Tiger Style streak continues: 19 straight dual wins

By Quinn Malloy

J'den Cox's 41-dual winning streak is the longest current streak in NCAA wrestling.

Way-Too-Early Preseason Top 25

By Andrew McCulloch

With the college football season over and the inaugural College Football Playoff in the books, Maneater staff writer Andrew McCulloch offers his ridiculously early Top 25 rankings for next year. #1: Ohio State As the defending champs, Ohio State will own the No. 1 spot in the polls until they ...