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Jan. 22, 2014
Columbia lawyer details next steps of Green-Beckham case

Columbia lawyer details next steps of Green-Beckham case

By Matt Muenzberg

Attorney Kevin O’Brien dispels rumors after Dorial Green-Beckham’s arrest and release two weeks ago.

Tigers ride defense past Alabama

Tigers ride defense past Alabama

By Jacob Bogage

Man and zone schemes yield coach Haith’s approval.

General Assembly to consider taxation, drugs this session

By Joe Clougher

The Maneater takes a look at bills up for vote in 2014.

Siberian Express air gives Columbia frigid winter so far

By Katherine Maxcy

Low temperatures and blowing snow made December plowing more difficult.

New MSA executives bring ideas, experience

By Steven Chaffin, Jr.

Three members are returning from last year.

Council approves Clark Lane proposal for pedestrian walkways

By Kayla Goldfarb

The road improvements along Clark Lane are set to be completed in 2014.

State of the State: Nixon budget to back education, health care expansion

By Joe Clougher

The governor’s budget will earmark over half a billion additional funds for education alone.

Missouri women remain optimistic, looks for more consistency

By Aaron Reiss

Four of the Tigers' next five games are against ranked teams.

Column: Driving toward a foreseeable end

By Nate Atkins

With one last semester, it’s time to live both big and small.

Column: Minimum wage debate: are workers being paid enough?

By Grace Hase

A living wage is the minimum amount of income necessary that a person must earn in order for them to obtain necessary, basic needs. But, in many cases, a city’s minimum hourly wage is not enough for a person to live off of. In Columbia, Mo., the minimum wage ...

Column: MU needs proactivity, education on gender identity

By Shannon Greenwood

MU made a botched attempt at inclusivity by putting “transgendered” on its Fall 2013 course evaluations.

Editorial: New ResLife security efforts a step in the right direction

A campus culture adjustment is needed to keep students safe.

Column: The opening chords to Outside the Music

By Jack Flemming

In this space, I hope to draw conclusions about the music industry that can be applied to our broader society.

Column: The Seahawks, Sherman and stereotypes

By Martenzie Johnson

Racial code words wrongly stereotyped Sherman.

Friends of student Jarrett Mosby create scholarship fund for his son

By Claudia Guthrie

Mosby’s close friends are also considering starting a foundation.

Professor Carol Ward, research team find missing link in evolution of human hand

Professor Carol Ward, research team find missing link in evolution of human hand

By Natalia Alamdari

The fossil is now the earliest evidence of the modern human hand.

Column: Missouri basketball needs to learn a lesson in chemistry

By Nick Yahl

Inconsistent play comes from team failing to work together.

Column: Quit hating; it’s time to embrace Brady

By Daniel Schmidt

From the championships to the TV shows to the endorsement deals, Patriots.