The Maneater

Nov. 16, 2019

Greek students holding signs arrange themselves according to the stages of intimacy during a demonstration Monday in Jesse Auditorium. 'From Friendship to Foreplay,' led by Andrea Mosby-Jones, was part of the new Greek2Greek educational program.

Physical therapy instructor Tersea Briedwell crosses the finish line Saturday morning during the 5K/10K Run/Walk For Life. The event, held in memory of two former students, was sponsored by the Department of Physical Therapy to raise money for scholarship funds.

Several bridges on and parallel to I-70 crossing over creeks have been targeted by the Missouri Department of Transportation for repair, including this one over Little Cedar Creek. More than 800 bridges have been selected statewide, and the plan is expected to cost $700 million.

Women's Center Adviser Struby Struble reads from Maya Angelou's 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings' during the Men Speaking Out Against Violence event Monday in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Men Against Rape and Sexual Assault organized the event as part of Rape Awareness Week.

Ten-year-old Cuan Huyhn of Columbia makes a painting at Abolition in the Park on Friday in Peace Park. The fair, which included informational and activity booths, marked the finale of Human Trafficking Awareness Week.

Residential Life Director Frankie Minor answers questions during a Residence Halls Association congressional meeting Monday in Memorial Union. Legislation was passed to alter the attendance policy for RHA delegates.

"Spore" is like playing with stuffed animals - but cool.

Lily Tinker Fortel, community outreach coordinator for Mid-Missouri Peaceworks, participates in a screening of the documentary "Iran (Is Not The Problem)" Monday in the Agriculture Building. Tinker Fortel returned from Iran four months ago after serving on a fact-finding operation.

Columbia resident Ricky Patton draws a pro-peace poster at Douglass Park on Sunday. Many local children attended the rally and march on the United Nations' International Day of Peace hosted by community organizations.

Comedian John Oliver pauses during his stand-up routine Friday in Jesse Auditorium. During the show, Oliver, who appears as a correspondent on 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' on Comedy Central, engaged in an imagined conversation with his father and impersonated a French Olympic torchbearer.

Junior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon greets fans waving makeshift spoons in Tiger's Lair following MU's win over Buffalo on Saturday at Faurot Field. Attendance for the non-conference game was 65,566, with the majority of fans staying until the final snap.

Sophomore middle blocker Weiwen Wang attempts a kill against Baylor junior outside hitter Katie Sanders and freshman middle blocker Briana Tolbert on Sunday at the Hearnes Center. Wang had 13 kills for the team, which fell 3-1 to the Bears.

Columbia resident Heather Windham uses a megaphone to welcome fellow rally participants at Douglass Park Sunday. Windham led the rally and encouraged those who attended to approach peace at a local level by volunteering for neighborhood watch organizations.

Activist bumper stickers and anti-war slogans line the truck of Columbia resident Paul Searles, who participated in Sunday's rally marking the International Day of Peace. The International Day of Peace was created by the United Nations in 1981.

Columbia residents Justin and Laura Hopkins carry their daughter Freya through a community peace march Sunday. The march began at Douglass Park and ended at the Boone County Courthouse.

Jack's Mannequin's Andrew McMahon is back after three years with an album centered on his battle with leukemia.

Jack's Mannequin's Andrew McMahon is back after three years with an album centered on his battle with leukemia.

Junior utility player Megan Wilson spikes the ball during the Tigers' loss to Baylor Sunday at the Hearnes Center. Wilson tallied nine kills in the match.

Sophomore outside hitter Julianna Klein spikes a ball against Baylor Sunday at the Hearnes Center. The Tigers fell 3-1 to the Bears in their home opener.

MU struggled to retain possession against Buffalo, fumbling three times on Saturday, including this one by junior wide receiver Jared Perry in the red zone. The Tigers also forced two turnovers.