The Maneater

May. 06, 2021

New York Guardians tight end Jake Powell takes a hit from a Los Angeles Wildcat defender during a XFL game.

Gary Chapman's Five Love Languages are words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch.

The cover art of Cara Louise’s EP “Fragile Heart.”

Columbia is adorned with flags across downtown in preparation for the upcoming True/False Film Festival.

Pianist Min Kwon performed on Feb. 29 at Whitmore Recital Hall at the University of Missouri.

An exhibit at the Mizzou Art Showcase. The Visual Art and Design Showcase displayed student projects from Feb. 3-13 in Jesse Hall.

New TV Series Love is Blind puts a spin on modern dating.

Downhill, starring Julia Louis Dreyfus and Will Perrell, made $8.1 million dollars in box office.

Margot Robbie stars in Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn.

Guard Dru Smith dribbles the ball at the top of the key against Mississippi guard Iverson Molinar. Smith finished with a game-high 9 rebounds to go with 19 points.

Freshman guard Aijha Blackwell forces a jump ball with an Auburn player. Blackwell finished with a career high 27 points.

The women’s basketball bench celebrates a basket during their match against Auburn.

Junior RHP Ian Bedell threw 7 strikeouts in 6.1 innings in a 4-2 loss against Baylor at Minute Made Park.

Art collector Douglas Dawson gives a ceramics demonstration to an MU class.

Art collector Douglas Dawson gives a guest lecture during an MU ceramics class.

Missouri seniors Jordan Chavis (third from left) Hannah Schuchts (second from right) cheer with teammates during the Tigers' senior day basketball game.

Courtesy of former Maneater photographer Chris Dunn

Missouri guard Dru Smith dribbles the ball against Mississippi State.

Members of the Maneater Editorial Board celebrate The Maneater's 65th birthday on Feb. 18.

A current floor plan of the new location for MSA's three auxiliaries in the Hitt Street Parking Structure.