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Interactive Map: Greek houses make accessibility updates

Interactive Map: Greek houses make accessibility updates

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.

Grit, determination and will: Tyler Hunt’s journey to Division I athletics

Feature: Grit, determination and will: Tyler Hunt’s journey to Division I athletics

By Kacen Bayless | April 28, 2016

Hunt is one of two athletes playing on both the baseball and football team.

Interactive Timeline: The Road to Unionization

Interactive Timeline: The Road to Unionization

By Taylor Blatchford | April 18, 2016

Graduate workers have been working to form a union since last August.

Residence hall guide: A look into MU’s on-campus housing

Residence hall guide: A look into MU’s on-campus housing

By Nicole Newman | April 11, 2016

Use our interactive map to learn more about the residence hall of your choice.

Project of the Week: Building names reveal racial disparities

Project of the Week: Building names reveal racial disparities

By Tessa Weinberg | April 11, 2016

A majority of the buildings on campus are named after white men.

Maneater Long Reads: A Dance to Remember

Maneater Long Reads: A Dance to Remember

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.

Explaining the UM System

Explaining the UM System

By Claire Mitzel | March 8, 2016

An in-depth look at the structure of the system and who's in charge.

Project of the Week: Breaking down Clery releases since 2011

Project of the Week: Breaking down Clery releases since 2011

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.

Maneater Long Reads: Two Years, No Progress

Maneater Long Reads: Two Years, No Progress

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.

Project of the Week: No Fun, All Joy

Project of the Week: No Fun, All Joy

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.

Maneater Long Reads: Reaching for Rio

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: Reaching for Rio

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.

Project: Show Me Talent

Project: Show Me Talent

By Anna Maples | Jan. 27, 2016

Inaugural showcase awards $10,000 in prizes to student artists displaying work across various mediums.

Maneater Long Reads: On the Record

Maneater Long Reads: On the Record

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.

Maneater Long Reads: A Poetic Life

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: A Poetic Life

By Nicole Newman | Dec. 12, 2015

MU alum Walter Bargen reflects on his experiences as Missouri’s first poet laureate.

Maneater Long Reads: A Sideline Stand

Maneater Long Reads: A Sideline Stand

By Alec Lewis , Bruno Vernaschi and Will Jarvis | Dec. 3, 2015

Revisit how a group of collegiate football players used its platform for change.

Interactive Map: Where Mizzou athletes are from

Interactive Map: Where Mizzou athletes are from

By Peter Baugh | Nov. 30, 2015

Columbia has the most athletes at Mizzou with 29. St. Louis closely follows with 27.

Interactive Map: Comparing SEC racial diversity

By Paige Lalain | Nov. 16, 2015

Universities in the Southeastern Conference have an average 73.3 percent white population.

Interactive Map: Schools worldwide support MU

By Madison Plaster , Tessa Weinberg and Waverly Colville | Nov. 12, 2015

Over 150 schools have announced their support for MU and Concerned Student 1950.

Interactive Timeline: A Historic Fall at MU

Interactive Timeline: A Historic Fall at MU

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.

In Print: Examining feasibility of MSA initiatives

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.

MSA Voters Guide

In Print: MSA Voters Guide

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 ...

On Campus: LIVE BLOG: MSA presidential debate fact check

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 ...

Maneater Long Reads: Work Hard, Play Loud

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: Work Hard, Play Loud

By Katherine Knott | Oct. 7, 2015

Led by its drum majors, MU’s marching band continues a 130-year tradition.

Building names reveal racial disparities

In Print: Building names reveal racial disparities

By Karlee Renkoski and Taylor Blatchford | Oct. 6, 2015

The naming process should be completed by mid-November.

Infographic: Breaking down Clery releases since 2011

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.

Maneater Long Reads: Leadership Culture

Maneater Long Reads: Leadership Culture

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.

Infographic: MU reaches largest total enrollment in school history

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 ...

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: Working While Female

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.

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: Accessibility in Greektown

By Alana Saad | April 1, 2015

While some fraternity and sorority houses have been updated, many remain inaccessible to students with physical disabilities.

Explaining Title IX

By Taylor Blatchford | March 3, 2015

An in-depth look at the policies and what they mean for students.

Maneater Long Reads: The Best of Friends

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: The Best of Friends

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.

In Print: Maneater Long Reads: But you don't look sick

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.

Maneater Long Reads: No Fun, All Joy

Maneater Long Reads: No Fun, All Joy

By Crystal Duan | April 30, 2014

Students with children now face a wider range of obstacles due to the impending closure of the Student Parent Center.