The Maneater

Jimmy Hibsch

EDITORIAL BOARD POSITIONS
  • University News Editor (Fall 2011)
  • Assistant Editor (Spring 2011)
STAFF POSITIONS
ARTICLES (180)
Shit MOVE Says: Enough! (Feb. 03, 2012)
Monk Drive to close in June (Apr. 15, 2011)
Futuristic classroom debuts (Aug. 27, 2010)
PHOTOS (13)
Gus licks her owner Andi Bartlebaugh's face Saturday morning in the College of Veterinary Sciences parking lot. This year's Dog Jog offered participants the option of bringing their own dog or borrowing an adoptable dog from the Columbia Humane Society. (Oct. 19, 2010)
Members of Lincoln University's Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. dance during the Best of the Midwest Stepshow on Saturday evening in Jesse Auditorium. Judges chose the fraternity to win the $1,000 prize for the competition. (Dec. 07, 2010)
A date with senior Paul Schulz, a member of the Beta Sigma Psi Fraternity, is auctioned off at the Sisters of the Golden Rose date auction Wednesday evening at Memoir. Schulz was eventually sold off for $160, which will benefit Relay for Life. (Dec. 10, 2010)
Freshman Zach McGowan speaks to Institutional Research Analyst Andre Thorn at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday evening. The event was part of the Mizzou Black Men's Initiative's Black Men Rising week. (Jan. 25, 2011)
Senior Jalisa Ray gives blood for the first time. She donated as part of the Mizzou Black Men's Initiative "Blood Brothers: Blood Drive" on Friday. (Feb. 01, 2011)
Students help her friend push her car from a snow bank on Providence Road. The Columbia Police Department received a relatively extremely high number of calls reporting cars that were stuck or stalled due to snow over the past week. (Feb. 04, 2011)
A vandalized overpass bridges over Providence Road in front of Douglass High School. Columbia Police Department detective Jon Logan said gang activity is nothing new to the city. (Feb. 08, 2011)
Sexual Health Advocate Peer Educator Ellen Chancey leads the audience of Monday's National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in a game of Jeopardy. The evening featured a speaker and a candlelight vigil. (Feb. 08, 2011)
"Def Poetry Jam" performer Bassey Ikpi reads a poem in Bengal Lair on Tuesday evening. The event was part of Africa Week. (Mar. 02, 2011)
The executive board of 'A Woman Inspired' speaks at the group's informational meeting Wednesday. The group focuses on empowerment. (Mar. 11, 2011)
Animal science professor Bill Lamberson poses a question to Faculty Council Chairwoman Leona Rubin at Tuesday's General Faculty Meeting. The diversity course requirement was among the topics discussed at the meeting. (Apr. 19, 2011)
Graduate students Yi-Yun Lan of China and Aamer Trambu of India work together on a business project. MU ranks above the national average for the number of students involved in a study abroad program. (Dec. 02, 2011)
Graduate students Yi-Yun Lan of China and Aamer Trambu of India work together on a business project. MU ranks above the national average for the number of students involved in a study abroad program. (Dec. 02, 2011)
LAYOUTS (2)
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