The Maneater

Feb. 26, 2020

Starting Friday, Hot Box Cookies will begin catering to your guiltiest late-night, cookie-needing pleasures. The store will custom-make cookie creations and other gourmet treats.

Acme T-shirt Co. employee Tanner Pieschel presses a T-shirt on Tuesday in the store, located on Ninth Street. Acme offers custom printing on several different materials.

Barry Gan, director of the Center for Nonviolence at St. Bonaventure University in New York, presents his lecture, "Out of the Ashes of Violence: Violent Myths and Nonviolent Realities," on Monday night in Strickland Hall. The lecture, which discussed advantages of nonviolent justice, was sponsored by the MU Peace Studies Program.

Oklahoma State senior defensive backs T.J. Bell and Jacob Lacey smother Senior quarterback Chase Daniel during Saturday's game at Faurot Field. Daniel threw three second-half interceptions and was sacked twice in MU's 28-23 loss, which dropped the Tigers from No. 3 to No. 11 in The Associated Press college football poll.

Interim Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences Hal Williamson introduces Tim Fete as the director of Children's Hospital during a press conference Friday at Columbia Regional Hospital. When current director Ted Groshong retires next year, Fete will oversee the relocation of all Children's Hospital units to Columbia Regional Hospital.

ONE Mizzou founder Tyler Sangermano, right, goes over literature with Hickman High School Global Issues Club co-adviser Brett Kirkpatrick on Monday. Sangermano proposed working with the club on several issues including promoting Poverty Awareness Week at MU and a human rights conference at Hickman.

Campus Dining Services Director Julaine Kiehn previews plans for one of several new dining venues to be built in the new student center on Wednesday in Plaza 900. Through focus groups and committees, CDS gathered student opinions on what they would want to have in the new student center.

Seniors Joel Fecke and Ramin Mehranfar drive a golf cart Saturday near the main entrance to Faurot Field on their way to auxiliary parking lots to collect bags of recyclables. The pick-up process went slowly because the golf carts were forced to maneuver around both pedestrians and other cars in the packed lots.

Sustain Mizzou Secretary Christine O'Brien hands a bag to MU graduate Travis Sumner and reviews instructions on what materials can be recycled. Plastic types No. 1 and No. 2 and aluminum and glass containers were all eligible to be recycled in Tiger Tailgate-approved bags.

Sophomore David Teeghman tears off a large trash bag from a roll stored in the back of a Landscape Services golf cart. The larger bags were used in permanent beige recycling bins. Teeghman has written for The Maneater.

Junior John Gardner radios in to check on the progress of volunteers at various parking lots before giving directions to sophomore Becky Thiele on where to go next. After working all afternoon leading up to the football game against Oklahoma State, Tiger Tailgate volunteers returned to parking lots at 8 a.m. Sunday.

Tiger Tailgate assistant coordinator Jordan Green tosses a bag full of aluminum cans into the back of a truck Saturday at the Reactor Field lot. After distributing bags early in the afternoon, Tiger Tailgate recycling volunteers made several rounds in parking lots to collect bags until 8 p.m.

Junior setter Lei Wang and sophomore middle blocker Weiwan Wang attempt to block a shot by Nebraska sophomore Tara Mueller during Sunday's match at the Hearnes Center. The No. 2 ranked Huskers swept the Tigers in three games.

Strangely, this is not the only picture with almost-nudity in the Arts section today.

Naked people! Or at least, what appear to be naked Barbie and Ken dolls.

Herbal Oats granola bars sit near the checkout counter at Brady Food Court on Thursday. The nutrient-rich snacks are made and marketed by seniors Steven Adamski and Sarah Newsome.

Despite the recent economic crisis nationwide, Columbia is faring better than most areas, local officials said. Sales tax revenue and pension funds have decreased slightly but money for building projects such as the City Hall area renovations, pictured, have already been set aside and are not in danger.

Senior tight end Chase Coffman runs the ball downfield during Missouri's 28-23 loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday at Faurot Field. Coffman had a career high of 11 receptions for 104 yards.

Former MU football player and former candidate for the 9th U.S. Congressional District Brock Olivo speaks as guest emcee Friday at the Boone County Republican Party's Annual Chili Supper. The event raised money for Republican candidates at local and national levels.

In case you can't tell, we really like this album.