The Maneater

PHOTO ARCHIVES
Aug. 15, 2018

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The largest student film festival, Campus Movie Fest, comes to MU to challenge students to make a short film in one week.

Karissa Schweizer practices during her senior season. Her illustrious collegiate career at Missouri includes five national championships, six school records and eight All-American honors.

Evansville transfer Dru Smith averaged 13.7 points per game his sophomore season.

Evansville transfer Dru Smith averaged 13.7 points per game his sophomore season.

The Maneater joins the #SaveStudentNewsrooms movement with other college publications to raise awareness of the importance of student journalism.

Trenity Edwards prepares to bat against Drake University on March 4, 2018. Edwards scored a three-run home run against Auburn to tie the game.

Zach Hanna runs to first base during a game against the University of Maryland, Baltimore County on March 4, 2018.

Tesla recently had to close all its stores in Missouri due to a lawsuit from the Missouri Automobile Dealers Association.

Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden in Season 2 of Westworld.

It’s On Us Mizzou regional adviser Tori Schafer speaks in Leadership Auditorium in the MU Student Center.

Professor Kathleen Unrath speaks to a group of future art teachers.

Kym Worthy, left, and Mariska Hargitay in the HBO documentary I Am Evidence.

The MKT Trail, a nine-mile path that connects to the Katy Trail, is one of the many places to hike or walk outside this summer.

graphic by Elizabeth Ustinov | Designer

The poster for GreenHouse Theatre Project’s immersive production of Frankenstein.

MU plans to finish construction on the new School of Music building by fall 2019. The construction is expected to cost $24 million.

A still from Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson’s newest film.

MU sophomore Max Farris was a first-time performer in the Let’s Get Loud Drag Show. Farris performed “Really Rich Italian Satanists” by Dirty Sanchez as Angel.

Records line the walls outside KCOU, one of five auxiliaries that is no longer funded by MSA as of April 11.