By Claire Mitzel | Aug. 17, 2016
After an eventful 2015–16 school year, this fall brings the possibility of more newsworthy events regarding administration and campus life.
By Emily Gallion | April 14, 2016
Proposed legislation clarifies the removal procedure, but Senate cannot impeach Chief Justice Whitney Barr while she is out of state.
Now that the elections are over, let’s take a look back at Payton Head and Brenda Smith-Lezama’s term.
By Andrew Hutchinson | Feb. 25, 2016
MSA’s most pressing issue is the issue of diversity on campus.
By Emily Gallion | Feb. 24, 2016
Interim President Payton Head: “I think it's disrespectful of him to attack me and to attack the association considering he's caused all of this harm to our association already.”
By Elane Edwards | Feb. 16, 2016
The BEC’s vaguely written infraction section could come with repercussions.
By Andrew Frein | Feb. 9, 2016
Syed Ejaz: “If you were just a fly on the wall you’d think that we would definitely be running but deep down I don’t think anybody really wanted to.”
By Hannah Feagan | Feb. 3, 2016
Student activist Hannah Feagan expresses her frustration with MSA Senate.
By Elane Edwards | Feb. 3, 2016
Students’ trust towards MSA is about to be tested once again.
By Andrew Frein | Feb. 2, 2016
Vega: “You don’t have to be in an official position, you don’t have to be a vice something or an interim whatever, you can come pop in and say, ‘Hey, this is something I’d like to see done better.’”
By Emily Gallion | Jan. 28, 2016
Senators began planning Gomez’s removal during a Operations Committee meeting Tuesday night.
By Andrew Frein and Max Fillion | Jan. 28, 2016
BEC Vice Chairman Mark McDaniel said: “If we had the information that we had today back in November, Chris, Haden... you would have been removed from the election.”
Posted to On Campus by Max Fillion on Jan. 27, 2016 at 8:49 p.m.
The Missouri Students Association full senate began on at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27. On Tuesday night in an emergency Operations committee, senators drafted three pieces of legislation. The first resolution would nullify the entry of the Gomez/Hanner slate in the presidential election and appoint runners-up Syed ...
By Andrew Frein | Jan. 27, 2016 | Updated Jan. 28, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
2015 BEC Chairwoman Emma Henderson responds to criticism from vice chairwoman Bridget Everson.
By Thomas Oide | Jan. 27, 2016
Legion of Black Collegians’ letter: “It is clear now that those involved with this campaign have no intent of helping to eradicate the bigoted and racist problems that have plagued this campus and greater community for so long.”
By Katherine Knott and Katie Rosso | Jan. 27, 2016
Less than 24 hours after evidence surfaced of campaign infractions, MSA President-elect Haden Gomez and Vice President-elect Chris Hanner stepped down.
By Emily Gallion | Jan. 27, 2016
Three resolutions seek outcomes from nullifying election to appointing runners-up.
By Katherine Knott | Jan. 27, 2016
The screenshots were taken from a GroupMe with Haden Gomez, Chris Hanner, Josh Boehm and Natalie Edelstein.
In light of the new incriminating GroupMe messages, it’s clear Haden Gomez and Chris Hanner should’ve been disqualified before the announcement Nov. 19.
By Andrew Frein | Jan. 18, 2016
Senate Speaker Kevin Carr said he intends to invite Ejaz for another interview with the committee.
By Emily Gallion | Jan. 18, 2016
MSA Senate Speaker Kevin Carr said he had never seen this happen and did not know how the student’s information was submitted.
By Neeti Butala | Dec. 4, 2015
The Operations committee voted to not pursue impeaching Henderson.
Now that the election is over, it’s time to learn from this fiasco.
By Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Nov. 19, 2015 | Updated Nov. 21, 2015 at 8:02 p.m.
Gomez/Hanner won with 46 percent of the student vote.
By Waverly Colville | Nov. 18, 2015
This delay only affects the MSA presidential elections, not the library fee announcement.
By Emily Gallion | Nov. 18, 2015
Henderson’s performance came under question earlier in the semester when her delayed production of the handbook forced Senate to pass it in one Senate meeting instead of two.
By Waverly Colville | Nov. 17, 2015
Ejaz/Parrie and Gomez/Hanner are not allowed to campaign for the rest of the election.
By Allyson Vasilopulos | Nov. 16, 2015
Their opinion conflicts with MSA Senate, which passed a resolution endorsing the fee.
By Neeti Butala | Nov. 9, 2015
Ever since he was young, he has loved working in the community and making a difference.
By Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Nov. 9, 2015
Voting will now take place from 5 p.m. Nov. 16 to 5 p.m. Nov. 18.
By Emily Gallion | Nov. 9, 2015
“Leaving CCRC was like leaving home,” he said.
By Allyson Vasilopulos | Nov. 9, 2015
Gomez gives the student body the chance to get to know him outside of his MSA campaign
By Jennifer Prohov | Nov. 9, 2015
“There’s a lot of kids that are told they’re not good enough by their parents, they’re not smart enough, they come from poverty so they won’t be anything, and I’m living proof that that’s not true,” Segers said.
By David Soler Crespo | Nov. 8, 2015
“At first I got involved for my own development,” Hanner said. “I was scared that I would end up sitting in residence halls doing nothing.”
By Claire Mitzel | Nov. 8, 2015
“I fall in love with things very easily,” Parrie said. “I get very excited about the smallest of things and it’s easy for me to pick something that I’m interested in and dive 110 percent into it.”
By Neeti Butala and Paige Lalain | Nov. 8, 2015
Voting for this year’s election opens tomorrow at 5 p.m.
Posted to The Newsroom by Elizabeth Loutfi on Nov. 4, 2015 at 11:52 a.m.
Updated to include the name of the slate. The editorial board of The Maneater hosts one final debate for the Missouri Students Association presidential election in addition to the two debates hosted by The Maneater/Four Front and the Board of Elections Commissioners/Residence Halls Association. The function of this ...
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Nov. 4, 2015
All slates support the library fee but not without some reservations.
The Ejaz/Parrie platform, “Mizzou Together,” offers the most promising future for MU.
By Claire Mitzel , David Soler Crespo and Jennifer Prohov | Nov. 4, 2015
The Maneater talked with the offices MSA candidates would have to work with to accomplish their goals.
By George Roberson and Taylor Blatchford | Nov. 4, 2015
Trying to figure out who to vote for next week? We’ve got you covered.
By Allyson Vasilopulos | Oct. 28, 2015
“We have to live it,” McFarland said. “We have to be serious about it. We have to have genuineness about it. And I hope that when students read this or watch the live thing, they’ll see that we’re genuine.”
By Neeti Butala | Oct. 28, 2015
“The MSA President and MSA can be a bridge for those communities,” Ejaz said. “If we all sit down, roll up our sleeves and ask ‘what is it we can do as student leaders to make the culture in our various communities less problematic, more empowering and mo
By Emily Gallion | Oct. 28, 2015
“If you don’t have these conversations now, you have to do the exact same thing when you get into office,” Hanner said. “We’re going to be able to go in and get to work right away.”
By Claire Mitzel | Oct. 28, 2015
All three presidential candidates would like to see Planned Parenthood contracts reinstated with MU.
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 28, 2015
Voting will take place 5 p.m. Nov. 9 to 5 p.m. Nov. 11.
Instead of striving to impress students the most, the three slates are competing over who can upset students the least.
On Campus: LIVE BLOG: Oct. 26 MSA debate fact check
Posted to On Campus by Amos Chen, Elizabeth Loutfi and Claire Mitzel on Oct. 26, 2015 at 6:09 p.m.
7:44 p.m. McFarland/Segers said the MU Counseling Center only gives students five sessions. The average number of sessions for individual treatment at the Counseling Center is 7 with a maximum of 12 sessions, according to the center's Counseling Information and Consent for Treatment 7:14 Gomez ...
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 25, 2015
The next debate, hosted by the BEC and RHA, will be at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 26 at Bengal Lair.
By David Soler Crespo and Jennifer Prohov | Oct. 24, 2015
Andrew Abarca, senior and member of Students for the Equal Education of DREAMers, was disappointed in each slate’s answer and hopes they educate themselves on the issue.
Posted to On Campus by Claire Mitzel, Jennifer Prohov, George Roberson and David Soler Crespo on Oct. 23, 2015 at 4:43 p.m.
5:49 p.m. Heather Parrie said there are rain gardens on every floor of Gateway Hall. There is only one garden. 5:46 p.m. Jonathan Segers said the university must “powerwash soot” from the MU Power Plant off buildings every year. According to the MU Center for Agroforestry ...
By Elizabeth Loutfi | Oct. 23, 2015
The debate, which was held by The Maneater and Four Front, was from 4-6 p.m. Oct. 23 in Ellis Auditorium.
By Claire Mitzel | Oct. 21, 2015
All three vice presidential candidates are in favor of the proposed library fee.
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 20, 2015
Every slate would like to promote the It’s On Us campaign but differ in other ways on how to further educate students and address this problem.
By Emily Gallion | Oct. 20, 2015
Gomez posted on Facebook about an incident for which he was found “not responsible,” later removed post.
By Waverly Colville | Oct. 19, 2015
The slates will discuss a variety of topics covering social justice issues, student affordability, campus safety and more.
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 13, 2015
The slates address a variety of issues from increasing affordability in housing and dining to advocating for mental health and social justice issues to better the lives of MU students.
On Campus: Three slates in the running to take over MSA
Posted to On Campus by Katherine Knott on Oct. 12, 2015 at 1:42 p.m.
Soft campaigning is underway for the 2015 Missouri Students Association presidential race. This year, three slates are running: Haden Gomez//Chris Hanner: They want to “move Mizzou forward.” Read up about them here. You can also stay up to date on their campaign via their social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter ...