The Maneater

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Apr. 25, 2019

Parade goers look on while members of the horns section of Mucca Pazza play behind them on Friday. Sections of the band would surreptitiously join the crowd and then surprise the public with the band's music coming from all directions.

Accordiant player Ronnie Kuller marches in formation alongside guitarist Jeff Thomas as part of Mucca Pazza's routine during the True/False Film Fest parade on Friday.

Leading Mucca Pazza, sousaphonist Mark Messing marches down Broadway on Friday. Mucca Pazza is a marching band of sorts that dressed in outrageous costumes for the parade.

The True/False Film Fest parade moves toward Stephens College on Friday. The parade signaled the official beginning of the film festival, which will continue until Sunday.

If you want to get your special lady to stop 'fingerbanging your brain,' check out Ludo’s latest album, You’re Awful, I Love You.

Messy Jiverson wants to get messy with you. Prepare for chaos.

When The Mae Shi isn't thrashing about and playing incredibly hyperactive music, the band enjoys stacking their instruments and playing hide-and-go-seek.

Ssion’s fashion interests don’t stop at face paint, big glasses and hats from the Middle East. Control-top panty hose are also part of the fun.

Junior guard Alyssa Hollins tries to work through the Iowa State defense toward senior center Nicole Wilson during Wednesday’s game at Mizzou Arena. Hollins led all scorers with 17 points, but the Cyclones defeated the Tigers 58-54.

Junior guard Leo Lyons drives past Oklahoma State junior forward Anthony Brown on Tuesday in Mizzou Arena. Lyons had a season-high of 27 points and 18 rebounds.

Junior forward Leo Lyons goes for a reverse layup during Tuesday’s game against Oklahoma State in Mizzou Arena.

Columbia College junior Brian Harris props himself up against a support column after a 90-minute training session on Feb. 16 at Key Largo Fitness & Tanning. Harris called the workouts a ‘hell of a challenge,’ but vowed to pursue his goal of stepping into the cage.

Ira Mosely and Kevin Croom quick-jump over consecutive 18-inch barriers as part of an endurance exercise. Trainees alternated between this and the weights exercise for a total of 15 minutes following the conclusion of the fighting-based workout.

Ira Moseley, right, has trained with Hulett House gym for about a month, but he says he used to fight five years ago. At 25, he was the oldest trainee in the room and admitted he was nowhere near his former level of fitness, but Moseley was still able to keep pace with younger Kevin Croom throughout.

Hulett House Gym head trainer Rob Hulett instructs newcomer Gerald Sparks on mixed martial arts technique during an open training session at Key Largo Fitness & Tanning on Feb. 16. Hulett’s and his team of a half-dozen fighters has the highest winning percentage in the league.

Kevin Croom, right, engages in a fight with Ira Moseley on Feb. 16 at Key Largo Fitness & Tanning. Croom, whose record is 4-0-1 since his first major fight in August, is the most experienced fighter on the Hulett House Gym team.

Campus Crusade for Christ director Matt Thiessen discusses Christ’s love at the group’s weekly meeting Thursday in Ellis Auditorium. The international organization focuses on spreading faith through on-campus activities and mission trips.

The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile sits outside of Gannett Hall on Tuesday afternoon. The Oscar Mayer ‘hotdogger’ team came to MU to recruit upcoming graduates to apply to drive the Wienermobile and promote Oscar Mayer for a whole year.

Sophomore Zack Stoller watches as the meeting for Greeks Going Green begins on Tuesday in Strickland Hall. Members enjoyed free pizza and soda while they learned about member responsibilities.

Jeff Williams, assistant to the provost, passes out agendas to the Citizen Oversight Committee Thursday evening at Daniel Boone City Building. The committee discussed developing a civilian review board.