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Sep. 24, 2020

‘Impossible for the University to know’: MU struggles to track student COVID-19 hospitalizations

When students return to their hometowns or don’t self-report, it becomes tougher for MU to know if they’re hospitalized.

Sep. 24, 2020

Board of Curators clarifies powers regarding landmark removal

The UM System Board of Curators passed an amendment clarifying its ability to rename or remove “University Landmarks.”

Sep. 24, 2020

City order, increased compliance could be behind drop in COVID-19 cases

COVID-19 cases at MU have decreased by 88% since Sept. 5.

Sep. 23, 2020

This Week in Mizzouting: Men’s basketball and football recruits add Missouri to shortlist

This Week in Mizzouting: Men’s basketball and football recruits add Missouri to shortlist

Sep. 19, 2020

MU cross country freshmen showcase talent in season opener at Commodore Classic

Men finish second and women finish third against SEC competition.

Sep. 10, 2020

UPDATE: Sigma Sigma Sigma president resigns following allegations of racist conduct

The allegations came from an anonymous member via an Instagram account earlier in the week.

Sep. 10, 2020

COVID-19 alters SEC tennis format for fall season

The unique tennis season has caused Missouri tennis athletes and coach Wootton to adjust to a new normal.

Sep. 10, 2020

MU cross country maintains high expectations despite challenges of new SEC format

Additional regulations and shortened season won’t faze runners.

Sep. 09, 2020

No Fly Zone: Duncanville High School’s Ennis Rakestraw Jr. brings confidence, grit to the Tigers’ 2020 roster

After not allowing a single touchdown his senior year in high school, cornerback Ennis Rakestraw Jr. comes to Columbia looking to bolster the Tigers’ secondary.

Sep. 05, 2020

Dashboard: COVID-19 at MU

This dashboard uses data from MU's dashboard and will be updated Monday-Friday. Total cases include active cases and recovered cases.

Sep. 05, 2020

Drinkwitz’s in-state focus creates strong 2021 recruiting class

Drinkwitz’s in-state focus creates strong 2021 recruiting class

Aug. 24, 2020

MU announces 168 positive Covid-19 cases among students

The university released case counts on a new online dashboard Monday.

Aug. 21, 2020

Member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority tests positive for Covid-19

An email sent to members and parents recommended anyone who visited ZTA's house in the last five days "stay in place" and "limit contact with others."

Aug. 18, 2020

Covid-19 cases halt gatherings on fraternity property, in-person recruitment

An Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity executive confirmed a positive case inside its house.

Apr. 02, 2020

Letter from the editors: The Maneater will publish online for the duration of the semester

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and MU's move to remote coursework, we will be conducting all reporting and editing online.

Mar. 01, 2020

Maneater alumni testimonials Vol. 2: The Maneater is messy, beloved, difficult, incredible and absolutely necessary for Mizzou

In their own words, Maneaters from across the generations share the wisdom they gained during their days in MU’s independent student newsroom.

Feb. 25, 2020

PRESS RELEASE: Vote to keep The Maneater alive

The future of Mizzou Student Media is in the hands of the MU student body in the MSA general election.

Feb. 19, 2020

EDITORIAL: MU’s attendance policies are invading student privacy rights

MU’s use of a new location tracking app is bad for student privacy rights and calls into question the validity of mandatory attendance altogether.

Feb. 19, 2020

MU Counseling Center policy is dangerous, misguided

July 2019 saw a merger between the Student Health Counseling Center and the MU Counseling Center. The mission of a “Short Term Therapy Model” -- in which therapy is limited to twelve or less sessions-- has been misappropriated by the MU Counseling Center to deny MU students who have previously secured therapy through the Student Health Counseling Center the right to access to further individualized therapy on campus. While students continue to pay student fees that funds services they no longer have access to, they are increasingly directed away from campus and to community therapists, which are often books three to six months out and may offer inappropriate therapy models. Is this policy dangerous? Yes, it is.

Feb. 18, 2020

Maneater alumni testimonials Vol. 1: The impact of student newsrooms on future career success

In their own words, Maneaters from across the generations share the wisdom they gained during their days in Mizzou’s independent student newsroom.

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