The Maneater

PHOTO ARCHIVES
Jan. 27, 2021

Dancers from Gamma Phi Beta sorority leap into the air during their and Kappa Alpha fraternity's Homecoming talent skit, "Mizzou...We Have A Problem," during skit preliminaries Monday in Jesse Auditorium. Famous MU alumni were the focus of this year's skits.

Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity member Daniel Brick and FarmHouse fraternity member Ryan O'Hara lift Alpha Epsilon Pi member David Rosenfeld, portraying Beetle Bailey, during the skit "Beetle Bailey Saves Mizzou." The skit was performed with Chi Omega sorority during Monday's preliminaries in Jesse Auditorium and honored MU alumnus Mort Walker, who created the Beetle Bailey comics.

Freshman Dan James dances in Phi Kappa Theta fraternity and Kappa Delta sorority's skit, "Mike Shannon: The Musical," Tuesday in Jesse Auditorium. The skit was one of five performed in the finals Thursday night.

Women of Alphi Phi sorority dance in the skit, 'A Traincar Named Derailment,' performed with Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and Beta Sigma Psi fraternity Thursday during the Stripes in the Spotlight final competition in Jesse Auditorium. The skit highlighted MU graduate Matthew Rose.

The University of Colorado buffalo is confronted by angry MU students during the 'Internetwork Siege of Destruction' skit performed by Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and Delta Chi fraternity Thursday in Jesse Auditorium. The final night of skits resolved the cliffhanger endings from the preliminary rounds.

Seniors Jason Crump and Alex Herman and MU graduate Ryan Whorley tailgate prior to the Sept. 9 football game against Nevada. Rowdy behavior by some in the Reactor Field parking lot resulted in officials restricting access to the lot until three hours prior to Saturday's kickoff against Colorado.

Male court members for the Legion of Black Collegians Black Homecoming perform their service project Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Club of the Columbia Area. Female court members volunteered Wednesday at the Lenoir Retirement Community.

Male court members for the Legion of Black Collegians Black Homecoming perform their service project Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Club of the Columbia Area. Female court members volunteered Wednesday at the Lenoir Retirement Community.

Gordon Lamb, executive vice president of the UM system, speaks with Michael Nichols, vice president for Research and Economic Development, during the Board of Curators meeting Thursday. At the meeting, which continues today, curators discussed course changes, audits and university endowments.

Although this album will likely only ever be available online, it has some pretty neat artwork. 'Sonic' the Hedgehog: Get it?

Freshman midfielder Kendra Collins clears the ball past Francis Marion defender Margaret Fanning during last Friday's game at Walton Stadium. Although she was initially reluctant to follow her sister, Collins was recruited by coach Bryan Blitz and eventually chose to attend MU.

Although this album will likely only ever be available online, it has some pretty neat artwork. 'Sonic' the Hedgehog: Get it?

Columbia Police Department officer Mike Hayes discusses gang involvement and violence during a forum Wednesday at Hickman High School. About 35 people, mostly parents, attended the meeting, which included a discussion about signs to look for in youth that could indicate early stages of gang involvement.

Freshman Krystal Wiedenmann tries out an interactive program in the Komen On the Go trailer Thursday near Speaker's Circle. The trailer was the main attraction along with several events during a daylong rally to promote awareness of breast cancer.

The Rev. Wilson Goode speaks Thursday at the St. Paul AME Baptist Church on behalf of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Missouri, an organization that provides mentoring services to children, including those with parents in jail. The discussion was part of a two-day conference about prisoners re-entering society.

Service-Learning and Fellowships Coordinator Vicky Wilson speaks with freshman Alan Ernst about service and research opportunities Thursday in Memorial Union. The discussion was part of MU's Undergraduate Research Month.

Debris litters the banks of Hinkson Creek near Providence Road on Thursday. The creek was one of several streams in Missouri the Environmental Protection Agency identified as having a high level of pollution exceeding standards set by the Clean Water Act.

Several families have brought a class-action lawsuit against the Warren Funeral Chapel, alleging that the funeral home mishandled and lost bodies. Some Warren customers say have still not been able to locate where their loved ones were moved.

Coach Gary Pinkel and the Tigers have one thing on their minds: Saturday's 5:30 p.m. start time against Colorado.

Debris litters the banks of Hinkson Creek near Providence Road on Thursday. The creek was one of several streams in Missouri the Environmental Protection Agency identified as having a high level of pollution exceeding standards set by the Clean Water Act.