The Maneater

Jul. 22, 2019

Missouri freshman quarterback Blaine Gabbert fights though Southeast Missouri State sophomore defensive end Damian Smith on Saturday at Faurot Field. Gabbert made a mark in his first appearance at MU, rushing for 17 yards and throwing for 27.

Missouri freshman defensive back Kenji Jackson wraps up Southeast Missouri State senior wide reciever Michael Williamson during Saturday's game at Faurot Field.

Senior tight end Chase Coffman hurdles Southeast Missouri State junior cornerback Eddie Calvin. Coffman pulled down three receptions for 48 yards in the Tigers' 52-3 win over the Redhawks.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean jokes with supporters while signing autographs before a Register for Change rally on campus this morning.

Young Democrats of Missouri President Rick Puig introduces Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean at a rally on campus this morning.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean leads a Register for Change rally on campus this morning. Dean spoke to about 200 supporters, encouraging them to join efforts to register new Democratic voters ahead of the presidential election.

Senior tight end Chase Coffman tries to elude Illinois senior linebacker Brit Miller last Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Coffman had 120 yards receiving and one touchdown in the Tigers' 52-42 win over the Illini.

Sen. John McCain, D-Ariz., accepted the Republican nomination for president on Thursday at the party's convention in St. Paul, Minn.

Samantha Jo Baker, center, follows soldiers as they move the casket of her husband, Army Spc. Steven Fitzmorris, to a hearse for transport to his burial site at Memorial Park Cemetery following his funeral on Tuesday. Fitzmorris was killed in Baghdad on Aug. 25.

The Reynolds Journalism Institute, to be dedicated next week during the MU School of Journalism centennial celebration, houses labs for experimentation and research of convergence media techniques.

Walter Williams founded the MU School of Journalism in 1908, the first such school in the world. This bust will be officially unveiled next week during the dedication of the newly constructed Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Amelia Harris, Dannica Fetters and Devonne Davis participate in a discussion following the film "Unnatural Causes ... Is Inequality Making Us Sick?" on Wednesday at the Columbia/Boone County Health Department building. The documentary series explores racial and socioeconomic inequalities in health.

Brendan Webber, chairman of the Campus and Community Relations Committee, speaks at the first Missouri Students Association Senate meeting of the year on Wednesday in Memorial Union. No new legislation was introduced at the meeting.

Curators Judith Haggard, Don Walsworth and Bo Fraser listen as Vice President of Academic Affairs Steve Graham speaks at the Board of Curators meeting on Thursday at UM-Kansas City. Main topics of debate at the meeting included financial aid and record enrollment on UM campuses.

John McCain supporter Trish Hooper watches the senator's acceptance speech for the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday at a watch party at Boone Tavern. Hooper organized the sparsely-attended event.

Senior Porscha Kirkwood, sophomore Alexandria Scherff and Deniece Christian serve cake and refreshments on Wednesday at the 10th anniversary celebration for the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Following the celebration, the Legion of Black Collegians Senate convened for its first meeting of the year.

Robert Duncan, newly appointed vice chancellor for research, gives an introductory speech on Wednesday in the Jesse Hall rotunda. Appearing at a reception with Chancellor Brady Deaton and Provost Brian Foster, Duncan outlined his goals for expanding the research program at MU.

Columbia resident Jarad Lanham's dog, Betty, wades into the pool at the Oakland Family Aquatic Center on Tuesday evening for the first Pooch Plunge. After closing the pool to the public on Monday, Columbia Parks and Recreation invited dog owners to bring their pets out for a splash.

Nadia Navarette and Wanda Parscal present their dishes at the Tomato Festival on Thursday at the Bradford Research and Extension Center. The festival showcased dozens of varieties of tomatoes and tomato recipes.

Cathy Smith accepts an award from the peace studies department on Wednesday in Ellis Auditorium on behalf of her son, Tomas Young. Young was the subject of the documentary film, "Body of War," which followed his changing stances on war following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.