The Maneater

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Dec. 05, 2019

Johnny Depp stars in Dior’s advertisement for their latest fragrance, Savage.

Senior Kieran Wood leads a pack of runners on L.A. Nickell Golf Course on Aug. 30 in Missouri's first home meet since 2014. Wood won the men's race.

Graphic by Graphics Editor Emily Mann

Graphic by Graphics Editor Emily Mann

Allie Bruns, 18, plays her acoustic guitar in downtown Columbia.

A variety of fruits and vegetables can be found at the Mark Twain dinning hall.

The Missouri College Democrats logo.

ZmantheVegan, 25, writes and sings songs outside of Plaza with vegan-focused tones. His future goal is to travel the country as a full-time vegan superhero.

Ben Cohen of The Sweaters, 16, plays the keyboard at Centro Cellar Studios, adding finishing touches to songs for their upcoming album.

Senior forward Sarah Luebbert celebrates Missouri's 2-1 victory over Cincinnati on Aug. 30. Luebbert was credited with one assist in the win.

Senior linebacker Cale Garrett practices with a teammate during fall camp. Garrett had 16 tackles in Missouri's season-opening 37-31 loss to Wyoming on Aug. 31, 2019.

Yes Girl is a student run business located in the Student Center that was store spaces and a $2,000 scholarship to launch their business by the Unions Entrepreneurial Program.

The City of Fountain Sisters, a modern order of 21st century nuns, pose outside of Mid-Missouri Pride Fest on August 24, 2019.

“Maiden” documents a team of female sailors who compete in the Whitbread Around the World, in which sailors compete to circumnavigate the globe.

The MU School of Journalism has added a plethora of new classes for incoming freshmen as the curriculum changes.

The School of Law Veterans Clinic’s new addition, the Mizzou Veterans Wellness Center, is located in the library of the law school.

MU initiative to provide free iClicker technology to students went into effect the fall semester of 2019.

Shot Reverse Shot, a student-run television organization, focuses on writing, directing and producing serialized TV shows, including an upcoming satire about collegiate politics.

Actor Viveik Kalra portrays a teenager desperate to escape his hometown who falls in love with the music of Bruce Springsteen in the film “Blinded by the Light”.

Actor Viveik Kalra portrays a teenager desperate to escape his hometown who falls in love with the music of Bruce Springsteen in the film “Blinded by the Light”.