The Maneater

Sep. 20, 2018

Senior Rauno Liitmae competes at a 2018 meet for Missouri track and field.

Junior Valieria Kostiuk competes at a meet for Missouri track and field.

Missouri interim softball coach Gina Fogue addresses local media ahead of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, which kicks off in Norman, Oklahoma for the Tigers.

Professors Bill Horner and Heather Carver show off their book, "Saturday Night Live and the 1976 Presidential Election." Their research focuses on how Saturday Night Live influences the public's perception and understanding of politics.


Lucy Givens has been a Ranger Company Commander in Army ROTC since fall 2017.

Mary Grace Newman will work in Washington, D.C. this summer through the Kinder Scholars D.C. Summer Program.

Chris Dade, senior chemistry student, is president of the Associated Students of the University of Missouri. Dade was also named a Mitchell Scholar and will be studying in Ireland as a part of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program.

The Mizzou Engineers without Borders non-profit organization helped citizens in Majé de Chimán, Panama to receive cleaner water.

The Rimers of Eldritch is a haunting murder mystery of small town life in Missouri.

Julie Wopata and Connor McAteer getting sworn in to their new positions at the MU student center.

UM system President Mun Choi and Chancellor Cartwright hold an open forum at the Reynolds Alumni Center.

The Moscow Festival Ballet featured at Jesse Hall on April 24, 2018. wows the crowd with their costumes and expressions.

Two-time Pulitzer Prize award winner Larry Price talked to Mizzou students about his most recent photojournalism work.

Living around MU is becoming more difficult with high-priced apartments and residence halls.

MU Tonight - The cast of MU Tonight after their final show of the year in the MU Student Center.

The Maneater's top eight Missouri sports moments of the year, in bracket form.

The Maneater's top eight Missouri sports moments of the year, in bracket form.

The Maneater's top eight moments of the year in Missouri sports, in bracket form.

Branson, Osage Beach, St. Louis and Kansas City are just four out of the many places to visit while getting in-state residency.