The Maneater

Joyu Wang

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Second-year law student Blake Shier studies at the MU Law Library. The American Bar Association is considering dropping the LSAT requirement for admissions to law school. (Jan. 25, 2011)
A sculpture sits on display on Bingham Gallery on Monday afternoon. The sculpture is part of the graduate exhibition 'Where I End and You Begin' and will run through Feb. 4. (Feb. 01, 2011)
A valentine sits in the Women's Center on Monday as apart of the center's "Be Your Own Valentine" event. Students created cards and buttons to express love for themselves on Valentine's Day. (Feb. 15, 2011)
Students discuss gender identity at Memorial Union on Wednesday night as a part of the You in Mizzou lecture series. The program is part of the Chancellor's Diversity Initiative and is meant to be a place for safe conversation. (Apr. 08, 2011)
The School of Journalism strongly urges students to purchase Apple computers and an iPod touch for their freshman year. A faculty committee is discussing potential changes to the mobile technology requirement for freshmen. (Apr. 19, 2011)
Graduate student Dakota Raynes speaks at the "Queer Monologues" on Sunday. The monologues, which focused on experiences of the LGBTQ community, were written and performed by MU students. (Apr. 19, 2011)
Competitors in the Greek Week Fling perform Tuesday in Jesse Auditorium. (Apr. 22, 2011)
Exchange student Pancea Motawi looks for a textbook Friday at the bookstore. This year, the bookstore is working on reducing the price of textbooks. (Aug. 30, 2011)
A tiger sits on the Grass Roots Organizing table at the Volunteer Fair on Wednesday afternoon. Students signed up for more information on how to get involved with volunteering in Columbia. (Sep. 02, 2011)
Workers prepare fried rice Thursday night at Sabai. Sabai is located in Johnston Hall and features many Southeast Asian favorites, including noodle bowls and lettuce wraps. (Sep. 09, 2011)
MU School of Law professor Rigel Oliveri presents her research to a crowd Wednesday at Memorial Union. Oliveri conducted her research on discriminatory Craigslist ads. (Sep. 16, 2011)
Twenty-three thefts of catalytic converters have been reported since the beginning of the summer. Eight of those thefts were reported last week. (Sep. 20, 2011)
Doug Wilson, a member of Independent Aggies, speaks with onlookers during CAFNR's Lil' Ag Expo on Monday in Lowry Mall. The event was a part of the annual CAFNR Week. (Sep. 20, 2011)
Missouri Association of Social Welfare chair Don Love speaks on improving community law enforcement Tuesday night at City Hall. Some of the improvements include reducing racial stereotyping in policing. (Sep. 23, 2011)
Rory Merritt Stitt acts as the artist Federico Garcia Lorca with Ajai Tripathi in the play Duende de Lorca on Monday in Memorial Union. The play was presented by Teatro Milagro as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. (Sep. 27, 2011)
Mayor Bob McDavid spoke at the Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars' annual inauguration of the new executive members Wednesday at city hall. The Laoshan district of Qingdao, China, is one of Columbia's five sister cities. (Sep. 30, 2011)
MU athlete Sierra Gant talks to Zakiyah Collier and Latajea Payne on Saturday during Empowerment Camp at The Intersection. The Intersection is a local organization that provides a free after-school program for K-12 students in Columbia. (Oct. 04, 2011)
Tom Phillips, chairman of the MU Strategic Plan Progress Committee, presents MU's 10 year plan during Thursday's faculty council meeting at Memorial Union. The plan was named "2020 Vision for Excellence." (Oct. 07, 2011)
Caution tape is posted around the damaged area of Ellis Library. The building is still undergoing renovations after a September fire. (Oct. 11, 2011)
A sign stands at the new Ronald McDonald House construction site at 3501 Lansing Ave. The new location will be closer to the MU Women's and Children's Hospital. (Oct. 14, 2011)
Crime analyst Jerry East presents his findings on racial profiling at the Bias-free Columbia Coalition meeting Tuesday evening at City Hall. The coalition plans to hold a series of public meetings to identify racial bias problems and develop strategies to solve them. (Oct. 14, 2011)
Mary Jo Buttafuoco speaks about how she has faced life changes to a crowd Monday night at Jesse Auditorium. Buttafuoco, who is a survivor of domestic violence, recalls the moment when she was almost murdered 19 years ago at age 17. (Oct. 18, 2011)
Senior Emily Bearden presents her work during the Command Design Senior Show on Friday at Memorial Union. Several students presented their designs during the event. (Oct. 18, 2011)
CAFNR Dean Thomas Payne announces a partnership with The Food Bank for Central and Northwest Missouri on Oct. 14 during the "CAFNR Comes Home" event. The project aims to improve community nutrition by donating fresh food to the Food Bank. (Oct. 18, 2011)
Faculty Council member Leona Rubin discusses online class policies during the Faculty Council meeting Thursday at Memorial Union. Other issues like faculty's health insurance and retirement were also discussed. (Oct. 21, 2011)
Gov. Jay Nixon speaks to MU law students Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Hulston Hall. As an MU Law School graduate, Nixon shared his experiences of being a lawyer as well as his position on trial law. (Oct. 21, 2011)
Bhakti Kulkarni, 10, performs in the dance "Krishna Leela" at the 20th annual India Nite Oct. 22 at Jesse Auditorium. MU Cultural Association of India performs to present the country's cultural extravaganza in the form of dance, songs and music skits. (Oct. 25, 2011)
Freshmen Irene Damico and Elizabeth Ward carve pumpkins Wednesday at the MU Student Center. This is one of several events MU is hosting for Halloween. (Oct. 28, 2011)
RSVP Center Coordinator Danica Wolf speaks at the Green Dot conference Saturday in Memorial Union. The conference marks the end of this year's Domestic Violence Awareness Month. (Nov. 01, 2011)
Ph.D. student Lynn Chien-Hui Chiu decorates herself as a severed head with its brain exposed on a platter Saturday night at the MU Student Center. She was elected this year's Halloween Queen during a Halloween party organized by the Taiwanese Student Association. (Nov. 01, 2011)
MU student Andrea Davis shared her stories of living and learning at MU during Tuesday's Ability Forum at Memorial Union. She has postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, which is rare and difficult to diagnose. (Nov. 04, 2011)
On Tuesday, CPD Police Chief Ken Burton discusses possible ways to prevent stereotyping. This is the third meeting, which has a focus on bias toward Muslims and Latinos, in a series by the Bias-free Columbia Coalition. (Nov. 04, 2011)
Chancellor Brady Deaton and Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive celebrate the announcement of MU's move to the SEC with faculty and students Sunday night in the Student Center. The move to the SEC has put the rivalry with Kansas in jeopardy. (Nov. 08, 2011)
Chancellor Brady Deaton, University of Florida President Bernie Machen, MU Athletics Director Mike Alden and SEC Commissioner Mike Slive answer questions from the media Sunday at the MU Student Center. The Tigers will receive $12 million per year more in the SEC than what they did in the Big 12. (Nov. 08, 2011)
Columbia City Council members approved to extend time for eviction notice of the Regency Mobile Home Park on Monday night at City Hall. Residents now have at least 180 days notice before moving out. (Nov. 08, 2011)
Student veteran Dan Sewell speaks at the Veteran's Wreath Laying Ceremony on Friday at Memorial Union. He shared his story of serving in the military and the transition to being a student at MU. (Nov. 15, 2011)
Purple Heart recipient Alex Waigandt speaks at the U.S. Postal Service Purple Heart Forever stamp unveiling ceremony Friday at Memorial Union. This was a part of MU's series of events to celebrate Veterans Day. (Nov. 15, 2011)
Members of the Armed Forces begin their march as part of the MU Veterans Day Parade near Gannett Hall on Friday. The parade ended at Memorial Union, where a ceremony and reception took place for veterans in attendance. (Nov. 15, 2011)
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A bus passes through the intersection of Rollins Street and College Avenue. MU has hired a consultant to assess the transit needs of MU students such as a possible bus stop at this intersection. (Jan. 24, 2012)
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