The Maneater

PHOTO ARCHIVES
May. 29, 2020

Jessica Omoile works the Sexual Health Advocate Peer Education table and passes out Trojan condoms, lubricant and pamphlets about responsible sex at the fair. SHAPE teaches students about sexually transmitted infections, birth control options and healthy relationships.

Sophomores Matt Wheeler and Bradley Peters hand out bottles of water to promote STRIPES at the Alcohol Responsibility Month Resource Fair. STRIPES provides free rides home for anyone between Thursday and Saturday nights, regardless of intoxication level.

Comedian Judson Laipply performs a new version of his hit viral video, 'Evolution of Dance,' on Wednesday in Jesse Auditorium. Laipply's appearance was part of a day of kick-off events for Alcohol Responsibility Month.

Volunteer Jenna Jordan hands out pamphlets as students wander through the Alcohol Responsibility Month Resource Fair on Wednesday in Brady Commons. The fair showcased tables from several campus organizations that advocated responsible consumption and alternatives to drinking.

Fair trade certified bamboo bowls from Vietnam and grass baskets from Bangladesh sit inside Mustard Seed Fair Trade.

Cashier and cook Dane Wilson works the counter at Smokin' Chick's BBQ on Friday night.

Jamaican Jerk Hut employee Collin Russell tends to chicken on a grill Saturday at the Columbia Festival of the Arts.

Neon lights and tiki torches illuminate the outdoor patio of Buckingham Smokehouse Bar-B-Q.

Wil Reeves, bassist for Joe Stickley's Blue Print, devours a pulled pork sandwich Friday at Smokin' Chick's BBQ. Reeves was defeated by guitarist Sean Canan, who credited his victory to having once competed in an eating contest at a Hooters restaurant.

Schaefer

Schaefer and family. Schaefer is the fourth from the right.

The U.S. House of Representatives voted against a $700 billion bailout bill Monday that would have given the government unprecedented control to alleviate the ongoing financial crisis. Of Missouri's nine representatives, five voted against the bill, though House Minority Whip Roy Blunt voted in favor of the legislation.