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Sept. 1, 2014

Media Day Reaction: Michael Sam

By Jason Lowenthal

Sam's former teammates voiced their support Monday.

Volleyball looks for new identity

By Michael Natelli

Offseason of change leaves volleyball squad looking for new identity.

Aug. 31, 2014
Slideshow: Mizzou 38, South Dakota State 18

Slideshow: Mizzou 38, South Dakota State 18

By Kevin Mathein

Missouri opened its 2014 football season Saturday, Aug. 30, with a 38-18 victory over the South Dakota State Jackrabbits at Memorial Stadium. Here are some of The Maneater's best photos from Mizzou's victory.

Aug. 30, 2014

Jerseys, families go together

By Aaron Reiss

Aarion Penton’s younger brother knows last year’s AT&T Cotton Bowl play-for-play.

Michael Sam cut by St. Louis Rams

By Michael Natelli

So close. On the final day of preseason cuts, the St. Louis Rams announced former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam did not make the team’s 53-man roster. Sam, a seventh-round pick by St. Louis, is the first openly gay player in the NFL. The news was first reported by ...

Tigers stifle Zenner, Jackrabbits

Tigers stifle Zenner, Jackrabbits

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Golden: “I give a lot of credit to those guys, they really helped me out. I could not do what I do without them.”

Zenner taking on the unexpected

Zenner taking on the unexpected

By Aaron Reiss

The Jackrabbit has a chance to the Division I’s all-time leading rusher.

Aug. 29, 2014

Volleyball stars spend summer overseas

By Michael Natelli

Players return stateside with newfound confidence.

What to watch for: Missouri vs. South Dakota State

By Jason Lowenthal

Missouri opens its 2014 campaign Saturday against the South Dakota State Jackrabbits. Here are five things to watch for in the matchup: 1. South Dakota State running back Zach Zenner vs. Mizzou’s linebackers Don’t be surprised if South Dakota State senior running back Zach Zenner piles up over ...

Aug. 28, 2014

Human Environmental Sciences dean plans to retire

By Clarissa Buch

Jorgensen is the third dean to announce his retirement this year.

DPE works to create a more inclusive campus

By Wendy Hayworth

Representatives of the DPE will be present at the Multicultural Center open house on September 11 from 1-3 p.m.

PHA recruitment becomes second largest in the country

By Joseph Fafinski

A total of 1,976 women signed up for PHA recruitment this year.

Sustain Mizzou hosts annual fall kick-off rally, sets goals for year

By Katherine Maxcy

Sustain Mizzou will team up with other sustainability organizations this fall to conduct waste audits to keep the MU football stadium consistently cleaner.

Beards In, Mullets Out

By Andrew McCulloch

Boehm has no plans to get entirely rid of his facial hair: “I did that and I looked like I was 16 years old.”

Aug. 27, 2014

MU faculty survey finds higher dissatisfaction among faculty of color

By Clarissa Buch

Faculty Council Chairman Craig Roberts hopes to find out why faculty of color had higher rates of neutral or dissatisfied responses and address the issue.

MU welcomes 2nd largest class, sets new enrollment records

MU welcomes 2nd largest class, sets new enrollment records

By Isabella Alves

Total enrollment and minority representation are up.

Johnston Hall, Sabai reopen after renovations

Johnston Hall, Sabai reopen after renovations

By Annabel Ames

Although renovations in Johnston have reduced bed count, ResLife officials hope they improve overall quality of student life.

“Ban the Box” hopes to help former criminals

By Paige Lalain

The measure would ban the ‘crime check’ box on job applications.

Columbia Police Department acquires drug incinerator

By Hope Watson

The department hopes the incinerator will efficiently dispose of drugs.

ALICE program comes to Missouri schools

By Jack Waddell

ALICE training and practices gives teachers’ choices and a feeling of empowerment.