By Tess Vrbin | Aug. 26, 2016
A Maneater survey shows MU’s Greek chapters have continued to make their houses more inclusive for all students.
By Kacen Bayless | April 28, 2016
Hunt is one of two athletes playing on both the baseball and football team.
By Taylor Blatchford | April 18, 2016
Graduate workers have been working to form a union since last August.
By Nicole Newman | April 11, 2016
Use our interactive map to learn more about the residence hall of your choice.
By Tessa Weinberg | April 11, 2016
A majority of the buildings on campus are named after white men.
By Jennifer Fowler | March 24, 2016
“For the Kids” is more than a mindset. It’s a lifestyle for the numerous MizzouThon members who put in much more than the 13.1 hours devoted to the main event.
By Claire Mitzel | March 8, 2016
An in-depth look at the structure of the system and who's in charge.
By Peter Baugh and Tessa Weinberg | March 7, 2016
With the first Clery release of the year sent out over the weekend, here’s a look back at past Clery releases.
By Claire Mitzel and Kyra Haas | Feb. 22, 2016
MU has taken few steps toward providing new graduate student housing and child care since a walkway in the University Village housing complex collapsed, and graduate students want the university to recognize their needs.
By Peter Baugh and Tessa Weinberg | Feb. 22, 2016
The Maneater looks back at a past project in light of the two-year anniversary of the University Village balcony collapse.
By Peter Baugh | Feb. 10, 2016
The Maneater looks into 13 Missouri Tigers with a chance to make the Olympics and the process to get there.
By Anna Maples | Jan. 27, 2016
Inaugural showcase awards $10,000 in prizes to student artists displaying work across various mediums.
By Taylor Ysteboe | Jan. 21, 2016
A special section of The Maneater that explores five of Columbia's recording studios which cater to a range of genres and artists.
By Nicole Newman | Dec. 12, 2015
MU alum Walter Bargen reflects on his experiences as Missouri’s first poet laureate.
By Alec Lewis , Bruno Vernaschi and Will Jarvis | Dec. 3, 2015
Revisit how a group of collegiate football players used its platform for change.
By Peter Baugh | Nov. 30, 2015
Columbia has the most athletes at Mizzou with 29. St. Louis closely follows with 27.
By Paige Lalain | Nov. 16, 2015
Universities in the Southeastern Conference have an average 73.3 percent white population.
By Madison Plaster , Tessa Weinberg and Waverly Colville | Nov. 12, 2015
Over 150 schools have announced their support for MU and Concerned Student 1950.
By Taylor Blatchford and Tessa Weinberg | Nov. 5, 2015
From race relations to graduate student rights to Planned Parenthood, MU has been through a lot so far this semester.
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.
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 ...
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 Katherine Knott | Oct. 7, 2015
Led by its drum majors, MU’s marching band continues a 130-year tradition.
By Karlee Renkoski and Taylor Blatchford | Oct. 6, 2015
The naming process should be completed by mid-November.
By Taylor Blatchford | Sept. 18, 2015 | Updated Oct. 16, 2016 at 3:25 p.m.
Sixteen of the 53 releases involved sexual assault and rape.
By Alana Saad and Waverly Colville | Sept. 14, 2015
There's a perceived overlap in student leadership positions, but the explanation is more complicated than favoritism, and programs are working to bring equality to their hiring processes.
By Taylor Blatchford | Aug. 27, 2015
The incoming freshman class is the smallest since 2011.
The Newsroom: Letter from the Editor: Welcome to Campus Projects
Posted to The Newsroom by Taylor Blatchford on Aug. 25, 2015 at 6:28 p.m.
As any journalism student could tell you, journalism is constantly changing and becoming more digitally driven. As a web-first publication, The Maneater focuses on breaking news online, and that’s often in the form of shorter, faster stories. However, there’s still a place in journalism for long-form and in-depth ...
By Shannon Greenwood and Taylor Blatchford | May 6, 2015
Women are underrepresented in city of Columbia leadership positions, and they are paid proportionately less. The issue isn’t clear cut, though — and city leadership is working to bridge the gender gap.
By Alana Saad | April 1, 2015
While some fraternity and sorority houses have been updated, many remain inaccessible to students with physical disabilities.
By Taylor Blatchford | March 3, 2015
An in-depth look at the policies and what they mean for students.
By Stephen Daw | Feb. 13, 2015
Living with a disability often leaves people feeling ostracized by society and alone. Sarah and Bennett don’t feel like that anymore.
By Natalia Alamdari | Oct. 8, 2014
Chronic illnesses often leave students feeling alone, something senior Farah El-Jayyousi hoped to change with her club, Chronically Awesome.