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April 29, 2016

Gubernatorial candidates discuss their plans for MU

By Mandy Zou

In face of funding cuts and enrollment shrinking in MU, three gubernatorial candidates talk about their plans about MU.

Chuck Henson to step down as interim vice chancellor for inclusion, diversity and equity

Chuck Henson to step down as interim vice chancellor for inclusion, diversity and equity

By Claire Mitzel

Interim Chancellor Hank Foley: “In this new role, (Henson) has made significant progress as we work toward a more inclusive and welcoming environment at Mizzou.”

April 28, 2016

MU Career Center gives job hunting advice for students

By Annabel Ames

Craig Benson, Student Support Services Manager for the MU Career Center: “Really think about what you would be contributing to a potential organization and how you’re going to add value, solve problems and meet the needs they have.”

Grit, determination and will: Tyler Hunt’s journey to Division I athletics

Feature: Grit, determination and will: Tyler Hunt’s journey to Division I athletics

By Kacen Bayless

Hunt is one of two athletes playing on both the baseball and football team.

April 27, 2016

Earl and Schafer explain their MSA cabinet picks

By Max Fillion

None of the interim executive cabinet members from Gomez and Hanner’s selections re-applied for their positions.

Joint session calls for MU to divest from prison labor

By Emily Gallion

MSA passed the resolution to condemn MU products made by state inmates, but some representatives questioned the research behind the legislation.

MSA confirms new executive cabinet

By Andrew Frein and Emily Gallion

The cabinet will serve for one year under President Sean Earl and Vice President Tori Schafer.

The Capitol Report: What you missed this week

By The Maneater Staff

Budget negotiations conclude while ASUM legislation faces the home stretch.

Missouri House fails controversial religious freedom bill

By Lily Cusack

After a 40-hour filibuster in March and a four-hour public testimony April 12, the bill failed.

Mizzou Hillel partners with local developer to build student housing

By Maneater Staff

The Jewish campus center will occupy the first floor of the new building, which will have five additional floors of student housing.

Tuition frozen for next year’s undergraduates

By Kacen Bayless

The bill will not impact MU’s plans to cut $20 million from campus spending or impose a hiring freeze due to declining enrollment.

Mizzou baseball dominates Missouri State 17–9

By Tyler Kraft

The Tigers finished with their highest run total of the season for their 21st win.

April 26, 2016

Editorial: A eulogy for Columbia’s historic downtown (1820-2016)

Remembering old Columbia’s charm as it’s replaced by luxury student housing.

Nonrevenue sports redeem a disappointing year for Mizzou athletics

Column: Nonrevenue sports redeem a disappointing year for Mizzou athletics

By Alec Lewis

Kansas City radio host Carrington Harrison: “As much pain and grief they’ve given you, your hope is that one time they get to the final four or that one time they make the college football championship.”

Developing a pro: Tanner Houck poised for a long career

Feature: Developing a pro: Tanner Houck poised for a long career

By Peter Baugh

Brian DeLunas: “If you’re a hitter and you want to be hitting off of Tanner, I think now’s the time to do it. Because I think he’s just going to continue to get better as he goes.”

Missouri softball races into second half of season

Missouri softball races into second half of season

By Anne Rogers

The Tigers rank third in the NCAA for stolen bases and are using that speed offensively and defensively to defeat ranked opponents.

Missouri softball sweeps No. 16 Texas A&M with game three victory

Missouri softball sweeps No. 16 Texas A&M with game three victory

By Anne Rogers

The No. 19 Tigers completed their first SEC sweep since April, 2015.

ASUM pushes for confirmation of curators’ student representative

By Claire Mitzel and Taylor Blatchford | Updated April 26, 2016 at 9:09 p.m.

Incoming ASUM Executive Director Steven Chaffin: “We’re undergoing the process of selecting a new UM System president, and we’re seeing that students aren’t going to stand to not have their voices heard at the administrative level.”

April 25, 2016

Kander hosts college affordability roundtable

By Amos Chen

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander estimated student debt totals $1.2 trillion nationwide.