The Maneater

On Campus

Student engineering team designs renewable energy housing capstone

The team of civil engineers branched out into areas such as heating and ventilation, plumbing and irrigation, and electrical engineering to make a design for the Solar Decathlon.

University community watches Nobel Prize ceremony live at student center celebration

The broadcasting featured a prerecorded message from MU’s own Nobel Laureate and his wife.

Campus Activities Programming Board promotes safe practices with Winter Safety Fair

Groups, such as natural gas corporation, the Columbia Fire Department and the Student Health Center shared tips to deal with the transition into winter.

Sixth-year Ph.D. student pilots project on orchids

Sarah Unruh studies the unique symbiotic relationship between orchids and fungi.

Jemele Hill speaks to MU students about the relationship between politics and sports

Hill spent 12 years at ESPN and was named the 2018 Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.

‘Signature’ local festivals and programs receives $80,000 to aid local tourism

Recipients included the True/False Film Fest, Show-me State Games and Art in the Park.

Stop the Bleed program hopes to save lives on campus

Stop the Bleed is a national program with the goal of making campuses across the country safer.

Laws Observatory holds ‘Stars and Planets’ exhibition, part of MU Homecoming celebration

The dome and museum opened for observation to educate the public about physics and astronomy.

MU professor teaches ASL courses, encourages learning and community building

The courses are a cost effective alternative to college classes at $100.

TigerHacks provides students opportunity to collaborate, create content with real world applications

The hackathon hosted many different companies throughout the weekend to teach students about opportunities in the hacking field and network with others.