The Maneater

Jack Howland

  • Campus Life Editor (Fall 2013 - Spring 2014)
Top 5 campus events (May. 07, 2014)
Q&A with Ra Ra Riot (Apr. 25, 2013)
UM Press set to move to MU (Aug. 31, 2012)
Ha Ha Tonka, hardly working (Aug. 31, 2012)
Queer People of Color member Hassan Williams discusses ideas for upcoming events at Monday's meeting. QPOC is an umbrella organization under Triangle Coalition. (Mar. 19, 2013)
Volunteers Teresa Harris and Ellie Pearson share a laugh during a lull in activity. They volunteered with Students for Life of America to speak out against abortion. (Apr. 09, 2013)
Participants in Wednesday's Pride Parade walk in front of the columns. The event was organized by the LGBTQ Resource Center and began outside the MU Student Center. (Apr. 26, 2013)
Junior Mason Kerwick seizes his opportunity to yell into the megaphone, showing his support of LGBTQ causes at MU during the Pride Parade on Wednesday. The LGBTQ Resource Center will sponsor one more event, the Queer Monologues, to conclude Pride Month. (Apr. 26, 2013)
Aaric Doyle-Wright began the evening's festivities by singing "Lift Every Voice and Sing." (May. 06, 2013)
Thomas L.E. Stovall recites a prayer honoring Strickland's legacy. (May. 06, 2013)
Attendees at Monday's candlelight vigil observed a moment of silence in honor of Strickland. (May. 06, 2013)
Members of the student group His Life Dance Ministry prepare to light their candles at Monday's ceremony. (May. 06, 2013)
Freshman Joelle Blakley flashes a smile during the His Life Dance Ministry performance at Monday's ceremony. (May. 06, 2013)
Kaylen D. Holloway presents a plaque to Marnae Chavers, president of the Legion of Black Collegians, in remembrance of Strickland. (May. 06, 2013)
A sign in the MU Student Center advertises the grand opening of Quirks Consignment Store. The business sells products made by students, professors and MU alumni. (Aug. 20, 2013)
Junior Alex Fischler's book “In Need of Love" is available on Amazon. Fischler wrote about his own experiences for the book. (Sep. 03, 2013)
Senior Laura “Josie” Herrera is among the top 10 candidates for Homecoming king. They said their original goal was to make the top 30. (Oct. 16, 2013)
Marty Walker, director of Administrative Services for the College of Engineering, holds out a small figure made with the college’s 3-D printing facilities. Walker said 3-D printing is helpful to the medical community and for prototypes. (Nov. 06, 2013)
Fossils and skeleton models sat out on tables at Saturday’s event. Adults and children alike wandered from station to station. (Feb. 12, 2014)
MOVE (Apr. 12, 2013)
MOVE (Apr. 12, 2013)