The Maneater

Sally French

EDITORIAL BOARD POSITIONS
  • Crime Editor (Fall 2011 - Spring 2012)
STAFF POSITIONS
ARTICLES (71)
Police Blotter (Oct. 25, 2011)
Police blotter (4/15/2011) (Apr. 15, 2011)
AAA revises constitution (Jul. 07, 2010)
PHOTOS (38)
Kevin Bradshaw, senior and Sho Rei Shobu Kan Karate Club president, stands in front of the columns. The club sport, sponsored by the Student Recreation Complex, focuses on self-defense. (Aug. 27, 2010)
College Democrats Vice President Alanna Bauer speaks at the MU Student Center with a fellow student about what it means to be a Democrat during the Youth Voter Summit on Saturday. Student democrats from colleges around Missouri met for the event. (Sep. 21, 2010)
Emmet Schoenewaldt shows off his booth at the Mid-Missouri Peaceworks Sustainable Living Fair on Saturday. His organization, Blue Planet, helps buyers purchase organic, healthy food in bulk at a near-wholesale price to reduce costs. (Sep. 28, 2010)
Missouri Students Association senator Monique White tailgates with friends and family prior to the football game Saturday at The Jungle. MSA hosts The Jungle as a  way for students to tailgate before home football games. (Sep. 28, 2010)
Emmet Schoenewaldt shows off his booth at the Mid-Missouri Peaceworks Sustainable Living Fair on Saturday. His organization, Blue Planet, helps buyers purchase organic, healthy food in bulk at a near-wholesale price to reduce costs. (Sep. 28, 2010)
Sorority sisters of Alpha Phi view a plaque dedicated to the group's centennial celebration Saturday at the Alpha Phi house. The plaque stands on the front lawn of the Alpha Phi house on Providence Road. (Oct. 05, 2010)
Senior outside hitter Paola Ampudia kneels after hitting a ball Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Leading the Tiger offense, Ampudia's 20 kills against Colorado are the most by a Tiger this season. (Oct. 05, 2010)
Senior outside hitter Paola Ampudia kneels after hitting a ball Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Leading the Tiger offense, Ampudia's 20 kills against Colorado are the most by a Tiger this season. (Oct. 05, 2010)
Senior Brian Thayer shows off his latte art as a part of the Baptist Student Union on Friday in Vida Coffee Co. The shop offers free Wi-Fi Internet and is the only supplier of bottled Dr. Pepper on campus. (Nov. 02, 2010)
Nila Palaniappan and Suryanshi Rawat perform the Radha Krishna invocation dance at India Nite on Saturday. The dance is supposed to take place in a peacock garden under the moonlight. (Nov. 02, 2010)
Suryanshi Rawat performs the Radha Krishna invocation dance at India Nite on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the Cultural Association of India, featured typical Indian music and dance. (Nov. 02, 2010)
Junior Michelle Horan listens Sunday in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center as members of the Student Court question her running mate and Missouri Students Association presidential candidate Josh Travis regarding three alleged infractions during their campaign. The Student Court held a hearing for the Travis-Horan presidential slate that resulted in a return to the ballot for the slate. (Nov. 16, 2010)
New York Times visual Op-Ed columnist Charles Blow speaks in Stotler Lounge on Wednesday. Blow noted that America's obsession with pop culture has cost them knowledge of government and politics. (Jan. 28, 2011)
Senior Mallory Gnaegy draws outside of Hatch Hall. Students gathered together outside Hatch Hall in response to Saturday morning's vandalism incident. (Feb. 12, 2011)
Performers dance and lip-sync as part of the RAMS Rock-It competition to benefit finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. (Feb. 18, 2011)
Sorority members dance and lip-sync on stage during the Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis event, Rock-It, on Wednesday at The Blue Note. The event aimed to raise money for MS patients in the mid-Missouri area. (Feb. 18, 2011)
Sophomore Kheyra Halane performs at the Gospel Extravaganza, the opening event for the 34th annual Big XII Conference on Black Student Government on Thursday. The evening featured performers from MU and Columbia, including dancers, singers and a mime. (Feb. 25, 2011)
Dr. Grace Y. Sun shares her research on Alzheimer's disease Monday during the Translational Neuroscience Symposium in Monstanto Auditorium. Sun's recent research aims to develop therapeutic strategies to combat neurodegenerative diseases. (Mar. 01, 2011)
Attendees of Kappa Delta's Spaghetti Dinner dine Sunday at the Kappa Delta house. The event was a fundraiser to benefit Coyote Hill and Prevent Child Abuse America. (Mar. 08, 2011)
Candidates for city manager meet with the public and members of City Council at City Hall on Friday afternoon. (Mar. 22, 2011)
A Ford Taurus sits outside Chipotle on Thursday on South Ninth Street. In 2010, the Taurus was the most stolen car in Missouri. (Apr. 29, 2011)
Fire trucks are parked outside Thomas and Nell Lafferre Hall after a chemical spill Wednesday night. (Aug. 17, 2011)
Fire trucks are parked outside Thomas and Nell Lafferre Hall after a chemical spill Aug.17. The cause of the spill is unknown. (Aug. 23, 2011)
The contents of a desk in the Interlibrary Loan room were destroyed in a fire at Ellis Library. The library plans on re-opening at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. (Sep. 13, 2011)
David Nordwald, left, attempts to block Kevin Grieb, right, from scoring with the quaffle during a Quidditch practice Wednesday on the David R. Francis Quadrangle. Last Sunday Mizzou played Kansas in Lawrence and lost the best of three games by a score of 2-1. (Sep. 20, 2011)
Amanda Wells performs a song she wrote herself, "You and Me," during Mizzou Idol on Thursday at the Missouri Theatre. Wells performs at local venues such as The Blue Fugue.  (Mar. 09, 2012)
Josh Cheery plays guitar along with his vocal performance at Mizzou Idol on Thursday at the Missouri Theatre. (Mar. 13, 2012)
Freshman Ashley Reese and seniors Taaj Reaves and Kadee Brosseau catch up on work inside Johnston Hall. The hall is closing at the end of the 2012 fall semester. (Apr. 24, 2012)
A wheelchair lies on the ground of College Avenue north of Broadway, part of the crime scene after a collision between the wheelchair and a car. The victim in the wheelchair was transported to the hospital. (Apr. 24, 2012)
A shoe flies through the air as junior Charly King chases after sophomore Chris Knutson on Saturday at Cosmo Park. The chase was part of Phi Sigma Pi's annual Capture the Park event to raise money for Teach for America. (May. 01, 2012)
Junior Mason Kerwick performs at MUsketch on Thursday night at the Corner Playhouse. Kerwick transferred to MU this year and is a member of MU Improv. (May. 01, 2012)
A blue light emergency phone, one of more than 200 placed around campus, stands outside the engineering school. The MU Police Department uses the devices to assist citizens on campus, particularly in instances such as late at night when students might be walking alone. (Aug. 21, 2012)
Four newly built volleyball courts are bustling with action, with players often waiting in line to get coveted court space. The courts are located on the west side of MU's Student Recreation Complex.  (Aug. 28, 2012)
Claire McCaskill speaks at a rally Saturday morning in Columbia. "If Missourians vote to re-elect me, I think it's more a tribute to Missourians, the people in this room and thousands like them," McCaskill said. (Nov. 06, 2012)
Captain and chaser Travis Zimpfer plays in Mizzou Quidditch’s first-round match against Webster, which it won. The tournament was held Saturday morning on Hinkson Field. (Nov. 06, 2012)
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