The Maneater

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Oct. 26, 2020

COVID-19 has postponed and canceled many music events.

The Maneater will continue uploading remotely online.

Some tunes you can listen to during quarantine

Axel Okongo dunks a ball during warmups.

The pros and cons of True/False Film Fest.

"If colleges and universities want to cultivate inclusion, innovation and creativity, they should be actively supporting any legislation or action that supports public school teachers."

The pro's and con's of the True/False film festival

LGBTQ Legislature in Missouri

Self care is important to one's success and well-being.

"If colleges and universities want to cultivate inclusion, innovation and creativity, they should be actively supporting any legislation or action that supports public school teachers."

MU Greek Allies

MU canceled all study abroad trips to Italy following the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country.

A scene from “Civil War Surveillance Poems (Part 1)” by director Mitch McCabe, who answered questions about his film following the Rye Shorts.

Tonina Saputo, a St. Louis based artist, performed at True/False during Eastside’s Happy Hour Showcase on Saturday night.

Making its world premiere at True/False, “Dope is Death” follows the dope epidemic in the South Bronx throughout the 70s.

Shorts: Blanc was a collection of 5 short films that combined for just under an hour of screentime.

Crestone was one of 50+ films shown throughout the weekend at the True/False Film Fest. It focused on Soundcloud rappers from Colorado.

Animal eyes filled up Alley-A in Columbia during True/False, complementing the festival’s theme of “foresight.”

Angela Catalano’s art installation at True/False was layered with hidden details that otherwise would be easy to miss.

Libby Cowgill from the Department of Anthropology was featured on the new Netflix documentary "Babies.”