The Maneater

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Sep. 18, 2019

Students and staff participate in a discussion sponsored by You In Mizzou titled "Race and Politics: Does Race Matter?" on Wednesday in Memorial Union. Minority enrollment at MU reached an all-time high this year.

Sophomore Evan Gohring signals to others on the field after being shot with a paintball. Paintball players rely on an honor system for scoring during battles.

Junior Kyle Huelsman pumps and fires his paintball gun Sunday at Battle Creek Paintball in Kingdom City. After disbanding for a few years, Mizzou Paintball re-formed this fall.

Sophomore Mizzou Paintball captain Chris Masters inspects the barrel of his paintball gun during a break in practice on Sunday.

Sophomores Chris Masters and Evan Gohring and freshman Nathan Martin stretch before starting practice on Sunday. Masters is vice president and team captain of Mizzou Paintball and Martin is president.

Reporters Kelsey Allen and Chris Hamby and Assistant City Editor Sarah Palmer, a former member of The Maneater's staff, work at the city desk at the Columbia Missourian on Monday night. The paper has been in the red for more than a decade and is trying to find another business model.

Senior Tom Nuessen slides to the ground to dodge a paintball during Mizzou Paintball's first practice on Sunday at Battle Creek Paintball in Kingdom City. The team plans to compete in several events this year including national collegiate competitions.

Columbia resident Kate Fousek draws a portrait of local folk artist Rex Bandy on Sunday during EcoArtFest. The two-day environmental fair and art festival took place this weekend at Cooper's Landing along the Missouri River.

Artist James Hill displays some of his pieces during the third annual EcoArtFest on Sunday at Cooper's Landing. Hill, who said he experienced an artistic renaissance after moving to Columbia, constructs all his work from recycled products.

Walk-About Acres co-owner Art Gelder inspects a bee hive of about 100,000 bees on Friday. 'It's discouraging to find a hive that just doesn't have bees in it,' said Gelder, referring to hives he lost last year to colony collapse disorder.

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

Camilo Villegas lines up a putt on the 15th green at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis on Saturday during the BMW Championship. Villegas held first place the entire weekend, earning his first PGA Tour victory.

Sophomore tailback Derrick Washington fires up the crowd after scoring a touchdown in MU's 52-3 win over Southeast Missouri State Saturday at Faurot Field. Washington ran for 67 yards and two touchdowns in addition to 43 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown.

Sophomore Bryan Davis and freshmen Mizzou Quads residents Chris Bogerding and Jon Cleair wait for a bus to campus on Aug. 28 at Campus Lodge. Bus routes have been expanded from both the Campus Lodge and Campus View apartment complexes to help accommodate freshmen in the "extended campus" program this year.

Courtesy of Cross Canadian Ragweed If you're not allergic to Cross Canadian Ragweed, see the band play at The Blue Note on Wednesday.

Official, the Asian American Association hip-hop dance team, performs Sunday at UnificAsian in Memorial Union. UnificAsian is an outreach event for Asian students that included introduction activities and small group discussions.

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin gets tongue-twisted prior to her appearance at a rally with Republican presidential nominee John McCain on Sunday in O'Fallon, Mo.

Jim Furyk tees off on the seventh hole at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis during the BMW Championship on Saturday. Furyk finished the tournament tied for third place at 12-under par.

Camilo Villegas lines up a putt on the 15th green at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis on Saturday during the BMW Championship. Villegas held first place the entire weekend, earning his first PGA Tour victory.

Sophomore tailback Derrick Washington cuts to the outside during MU's 52-3 win over Southeast Missouri State. Washington had three touchdowns, including a 28-yard trick play reception in the endzone.