The Maneater

Apr. 19, 2019

Residential Life Associate Director Kristen Temple hugs junior Brittany Fore on Tuesday in Memorial Union at the Catalyst Awards. The 10th annual award ceremony recognized people who work to help the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning community.

Junior Lee White attempts to configure an old computer on April 28 in the MUTV/Channel 23 office. MUTV received $12,000 for new equipment from the Missouri Students Association Senate.

Student Affairs Chairwoman Erin Moran speaks during the Missouri Students Association Senate meeting Wednesday in Stotler Lounge. Moran was confirmed as an executive member of the Board of Elections Commissioners.

Despite plans for it to be converted to office space, Cramer Hall will remain open for incoming students next year. The Department of Residential Life made the decision this week after realizing next year’s freshman class will likely be a record.

Junior infielder Steve Gray bats against Oklahoma State on April 6 at Taylor Stadium. Gray hit a walk-off homerun on Tuesday to lift the Tigers to a 5-4 victory over Creighton.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Cathy Scroggs and Chancellor Brady Deaton take questions from students during a Four Front meeting Tuesday in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center.

Chancellor Brady Deaton listens to faculty members discuss the Compete Missouri plan Thursday in Bush Auditorium. Some faculty members said the plan doesn’t do enough to retain and compensate faculty and staff.

Junior pitcher Aaron Crow pitches against Kansas State on Friday at Taylor Stadium. Crow improved to 10-0 on the season as the Tigers defeated the Wildcats 13-10.

Junior pitcher Aaron Crow is framed by fencing at Taylor Stadium as he winds up to pitch against Kansas State on Friday. Crow gave up six runs and had eight strikeouts as the Tigers won 13-10.

Second baseman Greg Folgia turns a double play on Kansas State junior catcher Rob Vaughn during Friday's game at Taylor Stadium.

Junior pitcher Ian Berger fires a pitch during a game against Kansas State Saturday at Taylor Stadium.

Junior catcher Rob Vaughn slides into second base while sophomore infielder Greg Folgia attempts to tag him in a game against Kansas State on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.

Junior right fielder Ryan Lollis belts a home run against Kansas State during Friday's 13-10 win at Taylor Stadium. Lollis' home run was his first of the season

Nine-year-old Gracie Pasley and her mother, Penny, learn about fevers in a replica emergency room on Thursday during the grand opening of the YouZeum. The YouZeum is an interactive nutrition and health museum located in downtown Columbia.

Breast cancer survivors Bev Skyles and Dawn Peters share family pictures during the Pink Promise Luncheon at the Tiger Hotel on Saturday. Susan G. Komen for the Cure played host to the event.

Water Quality Community Development Extension Specialist John Tharp participates in the Bike, Walk and Wheel Week on Saturday at Flat Branch Park. The seventh annual event encouraged people to use alternate forms of transportation for a whole week.

Ashland resident Janice Lundquist and her 10-year-old son Sam look at products sold by Country Goodies LLC April 19 at the Columbia Farmers Market. Country Goodies LLC, which is based in Centralia, sells jams and preserved foods.

Violinist Heinrich Leonhard, bassist Kathy Gordon and guitarist Howard Marshall of Doc Howard’s Fiddle Band play in a tent at the Columbia Farmers Market on April 19. Live music is often a part of the event.

Columbia residents Amanda VanMatre and Jennifer Toohey examine herbs at the Wilson’s Garden Center booth April 19 at the Columbia Farmers Market. The booths represented farms within a 55-mile radius of Columbia.

Farmer Ron Bonar, of Versailles, Mo., attends to his stand April 19 at the Columbia Farmers Market. Bonar represented his farm, R & M Diversified, which sells organic goods.