The Maneater

Jan. 21, 2019

“Never Goin’ Back” is a coming-of-age comedy that tells the story of friendship.

MU released a new website called “MizzouOne,” and will release an app version of the website for even more student accessibility.

Brookside Downtown is one of the many housing locations that is popular among students and was featured at the housing fair.

East Campus is a hub for students because of the affordable housing and short distance from campus.

The cast of Hans Bridger Heruth's "A Certain Madness" gather for a haunting scene, lyrically depicting the classic "Sherlock Holmes" characters consulting with a spiritual medium, played by Aubrey Smith.

Eric Mezzanotte, dressed as a jack-o’-lantern, prepares to watch Rocky Horror Picture Show on Oct. 31, 2018 at The Blue Note.

“People People,” directed by Lizzie Logan, is a love story about a youtuber and her delivery guy.

“People People,” directed by Lizzie Logan, is a love story about a youtuber and her delivery guy.

President Donald Trump visited the Columbia Regional Airport on Nov. 1, 2018 in Columbia, Missouri.

The Stephen’s College fashion exhibition: The elegance of 20th century fashion, displays many different mannequins and chic clothing items.

UberEats recently expanded its services to provide food delivery to residents of Columbia, Missouri.

The remake of the 1977 film, suspiria, directed by Luca Guadagnino, is a chilling horror centered around a world-renowned dance company.


“Yellow is Forbidden,” a documentary film by Pietra Brettkelly, is about a look into the world of fashion designer Guo Pei.

“Little Woods,” directed by Nia DaCosta, is a neo-western thriller that involves modern-day topics like social status.

Jeannette Walls, author of “The Glass Castle,” spoke on Nov. 4, 2018, at MU in Jesse Auditorium.

Christine Terry, director of the eMINTS National Center at the College of Education at MU, announces grants to help rural schools on Oct. 24, 2018.



The executive board for the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Mizzou.