The Maneater

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Jul. 17, 2018

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

Emporium Café houses one of MU’s many gender-neutral bathroom locations.

Then-MSA presidential candidates Julia Wopata and Robert Schmidt answer questions during the second and final executive debate on April 12, 2018.

Graphic by: Hannah Kirchwehm | Designer

Inductees to the Mystical Seven line the stage during Tap Day on April 20, 2018.

Tuesday’s children’s literature workshop focused on equality and empowerment, both through the content of the books and the authors themselves.

Meg Phillips Crespy, a strategic communications associate for MU, wrote the song cycle Lady Parts, which was performed in Leadership Auditorium on April 14 and 19-21, 2018.

The Jewish Student Organization poses with Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman on April 18, 2018.

Then-vice presidential candidate Connor McAteer, left, and then-presidential candidate Julia Wopata speak during the first executive debate on April 9, 2018.

A still from Amy Schumer’s newest movie, I Feel Pretty.

Johanna Grothoff created this ceramic as part of the Bold and Brash senior exhibition. She is one of 23 artists featured in the gallery.

An announced crowd of 2,331 looks on as Missouri takes on Missouri State at Taylor Stadium.

Sam Elfenbaum interacts with the crowd as he performs during his set at his album release show.

Sam Elfenbaum, who uses the stage name “Sammy,” performs his final song of the night at his album release show.

Protesters stand on the Courthouse Plaza Columns and hold up signs, many featuring red handprints meant to look like blood.

A young girl with tiger face paint sits on someone’s shoulders and holds up an Everytown for Gun Safety sign at the March for Our Lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

Carter Woodiel won third place in this year’s Hearst Journalism Awards for his radio work. His main story was about a local veterans outreach program.

Guillory encouraged his audience to take advantage of the MU alumni network, as it has helped him several times during his time in college and beyond.

Nick Guillory, a University of Missouri broadcast journalism graduate and contributing creator of BuzzFeed Tasty, describes his roundabout route to success, laughing at the mistakes he made along the way.

Nye greets the crowd in a “tiger claw” pose during his speech at Jesse Auditorium on March 16, 2018.