The Maneater

On Campus

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.

Homecoming Blood Drive collects 266 more units than last year

The blood drive was 94 units away from reaching its goal.

MU Homecoming royalty candidates represent variety of campus organizations

The king and queen will be announced Saturday at halftime of the homecoming football game.

Artful Bra event raises money for Ellis Fischel Cancer Center patients

Multiple categories encouraged creativity in entries, with bids starting from $1.25 to $100.

MU Homecoming kicks off with series of service events, gives back to community

MU celebration began with a series of events including the Tiger Food Fight, Game on Tiger Strong 5K race, Blood Drive, among others.