The Maneater

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Nov. 17, 2018

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Insomnia Cookies, the cookie shop that stays open until 3am, also delivers straight to your door.

MU’s co-enrollment with Moberly Area Community College offers a beneficial and affordable way for students to attend both schools.

"Sierra Burgess is a Loser," the new Netflix romantic comedy, shows the dramas of love and catfishing.

The Residence Halls Association hosted a carnival for MU students on Sept 7, 2018 as the Mizzou Rec.

The controversial ad released by Nike, featuring ex NFL player Colin Kaepernick, has many people boycotting nike and burning their products.

The League of Legends World Championship, held in a different city each year around the world, had over 60 million viewers in 2017.

The dramatic comedy “Blindspotting,” produced by Daveed Diggs, touches on modern day issues of police brutality and racial profiling.

Irish musician Hozier releases a new EP after 4 years.

Senior Kelsey Gall laughs while helping senior Jesse Sumpter paint the table in Lost in the Sauce.

MU senior basketball player Cullen VanLeer, announced that he will medically retire after a knee injury that occurred in March 2017.

The LGBTQ+ resource center assists students of the community.

Local business Lizzi & Rocco's Natural Pet Market has the perfect items for your pet and gives back to the community.

The independent business Free Association offers a large selection of clothing to plus-size women.

Attacking midfielder Bethany Coons dribbles during Missouri's 2-0 win over Gonzaga on Sept. 9, 2018. Coons scored her second career goal in the 83rd minute of the match on a shot from outside the box. She missed 2017 with a hip injury.

Madison Lewis scores Missouri's first goal in 434 minutes of play on a penalty kick in the 66th minute against Gonzaga on Sept. 9, 2018. The Tigers were scoreless over four total games before Lewis' goal.

Drew Lock looks back after scampering into the endzone on a 12-yard touchdown rush with 5:32 left in the second quarter of play against Wyoming on August 9, 2018. Lock finished the game with 51 yards rushing.

Quarterback Drew Lock waits in the shotgun before a play call from the sideline in the first half of Missouri's matchup with Wyoming on September 9, 2018.

Senior defensive tackle Terry Beckner, Jr. (left) celebrates a defensive stop with teammate Adam Sparks in the first quarter of Missouri's matchup with Wyoming on September 9, 2018.