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July 30, 2015

Search for interim dean underway after Business school dean leaves for South Carolina

By Maneater Staff

Dean Joan Gabel rebranded the Business school and helped launch the execMBA program.

July 26, 2015

MU and the campus community work to accommodate students with disabilities

By Paige Lalain

On July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act, was created to “(remove) barriers and (empower) people” with disabilities, according to its website. According to the introduction to the ADA, the legislation was modeled after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is “one of America's most comprehensive pieces ...

July 15, 2015

SEC Media Days: Dobbs soaring into spotlight

By Alec Lewis

Joshua Dobbs: “Our goal every time we step on the field is to win.”

SEC Media Days: Pinkel wants consistency

SEC Media Days: Pinkel wants consistency

By Alec Lewis

Harold Brantley will miss the 2015 season due to injury.

Sophomore Gill-Caesar to transfer from Mizzou

By Andrew McCulloch

Gill-Caesar averaged 9.1 points and 3.0 rebounds last season.

July 14, 2015
SEC Media Days: A tale of two Columbias

SEC Media Days: A tale of two Columbias

By Alec Lewis | Updated July 20, 2015 at 8:59 p.m.

A rivalry seems to be steaming between South Carolina and Missouri.

SEC Media Days: New Florida head coach embraces the challenge ahead

SEC Media Days: New Florida head coach embraces the challenge ahead

By Alec Lewis

Jim McElwain was one of three coaches who addressed the media Monday.

July 13, 2015

Loftin denounces confederate flag photo taken outside MU Greek house

By Quinn Malloy

Representative from FratScenery account calls tweet's release "bad timing."

July 8, 2015
E-Flo leaves lasting impression at MU, at this paper

E-Flo leaves lasting impression at MU, at this paper

By Elizabeth Loutfi

A full timeline of E. Flo’s tenure at MU and coverage of his memorial service can be found online.

‘Perspectives on Zionism’ class canceled due to no enrollment

By Katie Pohlman

The class was opposed by student and community Jewish groups.

Race relations committee preps for fall semester

By Elizabeth Loutfi

The committee was conceived in January in response to student leaders’ Call for Action regarding campus climate and race relations.

Incoming students find brotherhood at IFC recruitment

Incoming students find brotherhood at IFC recruitment

By Bryanna Leach

Shortening the second day from 11 houses to eight brought some mixed reviews.

RSVP Center and The Maneater switch offices over summer

RSVP Center and The Maneater switch offices over summer

By Tessa Weinberg

With increasing Title IX funding, the RSVP Center needed more space to accommodate their three new staff members.

Students successful in fundraising efforts to aid Nepal earthquake victims

Students successful in fundraising efforts to aid Nepal earthquake victims

By Olivia Weinberger

MU graduate Amy Wansing was in Nepal when in the earthquake and has raised more than $6,000 to aid relief efforts.

Petitions circulate in favor of raising Missouri’s minimum wage

Petitions circulate in favor of raising Missouri’s minimum wage

By Tessa Weinberg

Out of the 29 states and the District of Columbia with a minimum wage currently higher than the federal level, Missouri has the 27th lowest minimum wage.

Soil cause of The Domain’s structural damage

Soil cause of The Domain’s structural damage

By Bri Considine

Work on the damaged Building 8 was completed June 30 and cosmetic repairs will done in July.

Joining a new team, DeMarre Carroll’s success keeps rolling in

Joining a new team, DeMarre Carroll’s success keeps rolling in

By Bruno Vernaschi

DeMarre Carroll: “I want to help the kids’ confidence … and let them know that the harder you work, the more successful you’ll be.”

Q&A with Missouri swimmer Michael Chadwick

By Peter Baugh

Chadwick is training with Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte, Cullen Jones and Tyler Clary this summer in pre-Olympic program SwimMAC Carolina.

Column: The symbolic importance behind the USWNT’s third World Cup win

By Andrew McCulloch

The revenge on Japan may seem like poetic justice. It isn’t.

Tigers team up in Cape Cod

Tigers team up in Cape Cod

By Peter Baugh

Austin Tribby: “I think it’s always fun to have guys from your school play with you in the summer. It’s really cool to see them be able to do what they do in a different environment and see them face different guys with different styles."