The Maneater

Nov. 14, 2019

First-time KCOU/88.1 FM DJ Kyle Brynsvold sits in the KCOU studio on Tuesday. KCOU provided DJ training classes for new students, and all new personalities were required to pass a Federal Communications Commission rules test before going on-air.

Chi Omega sorority member Lindsay Toler, a senior, speaks in favor of a measure to supply storage bins for predatory drug testing kits to fraternity houses Thursday at a joint student government meeting in Memorial Union. Toler's bill passed unanimously, as did a bill that alters how student fees are collected for campus construction.

Graduate student Luise King, wearing an egg costume, collects money during the Sustain Mizzou food drive Wednesday near Brady Fountain. The group will use the money collected to buy produce from local farmers to donate to the Central Missouri Food Bank.

The Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders received a $1 million grant from the Combating Autism Act. The funds will be used to expand the Rapid Response project, which focuses on diagnosing autism at an early age

Michelle Obama, presidential candidate Barack Obama's wife, speaks to a large crowd at a rally Wednesday in downtown Kansas City. Republican presidential nominee John McCain also made a stop in Missouri on Wednesday, speaking at the Truman Presidential Library and Museum.

Missourians for Safe Energy co-founder Mark Haim discusses nuclear power at a lecture Wednesday night in the Arts and Science Building. Haim spoke against the proposed expansion of the Callaway Nuclear Plant.

With <i>Hammerstrike</i>'s '70s-style recording, Lotus hopes to blossom into a more full-formed, cohesive band.

Sophomore defensive back Carl Gettis flies toward Illinois junior quarterback Juice Williams on Aug. 30 in St. Louis. Gettis and the rest of the Missouri secondary, which currently ranks last in the Big 12 in pass defense, are hoping for a better performance against Nebraska on Saturday.

With <i>Hammerstrike</i>'s '70s-style recording, Lotus hopes to blossom into a more full-formed, cohesive band.

The T.I. formula: two felonies + one bad year = one amazing album.

Comedian Judson Laipply gives a motivational speech to students in Jesse Auditorium. Laipply, the first speaker for Alcohol Responsibility Month, shared a slew of tips and stories.

Jessica Omoile works the Sexual Health Advocate Peer Education table and passes out Trojan condoms, lubricant and pamphlets about responsible sex at the fair. SHAPE teaches students about sexually transmitted infections, birth control options and healthy relationships.

Sophomores Matt Wheeler and Bradley Peters hand out bottles of water to promote STRIPES at the Alcohol Responsibility Month Resource Fair. STRIPES provides free rides home for anyone between Thursday and Saturday nights, regardless of intoxication level.

Comedian Judson Laipply performs a new version of his hit viral video, 'Evolution of Dance,' on Wednesday in Jesse Auditorium. Laipply's appearance was part of a day of kick-off events for Alcohol Responsibility Month.

Volunteer Jenna Jordan hands out pamphlets as students wander through the Alcohol Responsibility Month Resource Fair on Wednesday in Brady Commons. The fair showcased tables from several campus organizations that advocated responsible consumption and alternatives to drinking.