The Maneater

ARTICLE ARCHIVES
Apr. 25, 2019
Apr. 25, 2019

Autism Awareness Month closes with second annual charity walk

Published by Elyse Luecke

The walk, in its second year, is sponsored by MU’s Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

Apr. 25, 2019

Donovan and Johnson to revisit rejected bill addressing retention issues within RHA

Published by Jasmine Lopez

The bill, which proposed a new RHA position in order to oversee and manage recruitment and retention due to low retention rates, was rejected in congress.

Apr. 25, 2019

Care about climate change but the Green New Deal not your thing? Don’t worry, there’s other climate legislation you can support in an MU campus organization

Published by Maureen Dunne

The voices of the international scientific community need to be respected by all — regardless of party line.

Apr. 25, 2019

Some of the summer’s most intriguing movies remain a mystery

Published by Joe Cross

With less than a month until the film’s release, the lack of promotion for “Ad Astra” is unheard of for a Disney movie.

Apr. 25, 2019

‘Game of Thrones’ characters experience one last night of peace

Published by Rachel Pickett

With the Battle of Winterfell on the horizon, characters spend one last night together.

Apr. 25, 2019

Starting pitching carries Missouri past SEMO in doubleheader

Published by Jerry Duggan

Both Tiger starters went six innings and settled in after rough first innings.

Apr. 24, 2019

One month later: MU students may have voted the wrong way in MSA presidential election

Published by Abigail Ruhman

About a month later, it is still easy to see that All in Mizzou’s platform was better for MU, but that doesn’t mean that students can’t implement the ideas from the campaign.

Apr. 24, 2019

Missouri baseball turns aside in-state rival to complete season series sweep

Published by Owen Krucoff

With the 6-2 win at Taylor Stadium, Missouri improved to 9-0 in Tuesday games this season.

Apr. 24, 2019

Unbound Reading celebrates black female writers through roundtable reads

Published by Nicketa Coombs

The “Unbound Reading: Women’s Voices” event provided undergraduate students with opportunities to read books written by black writers in a roundtable style.

Apr. 24, 2019

Starbomb drops third, possibly final studio album

Published by Janae McKenzie

The band “completes their musical destiny” with new tracks and callbacks to old favorites.

Apr. 24, 2019

George Saunders delivers Unbound keynote address on his life, work

Published by Ben Wiche

The award-winning author spoke on his life, language and “Lincoln in the Bardo.”

Apr. 24, 2019

Empowerment Fest brings young voices to Cafe Berlin

Published by Mariana Labbate

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Mizzou put together its second annual Empowerment Fest uniting different local artists at Cafe Berlin.

Apr. 23, 2019

Strong throwing performances guide Mizzou in Tom Botts Invitational

Published by Wilson Moore

Will Fife and Sophia Riviera were named most outstanding performers at the end of the weekend.

Apr. 23, 2019

The Briefing: MU’s fiscal year 2020 budget decision announced

Published by Adele Du

Approximately $25 million will be reallocated for scholarships, employee performance and promotion raises, research supports which included new center of excellence, faculty retention and support for the Artist-in-Residence program.

Apr. 23, 2019

Some of the summer’s most intriguing movies remain a mystery

Published by Joe Cross

With less than a month until the film’s release, the lack of promotion for “Ad Astra” is unheard of for a Disney movie.

Apr. 23, 2019

92nd Annual Tap Day ceremony celebrates new members, highlights community issues

Published by Kyndall Hubbard

Professor George P. Smith was inducted into QEBH as an honor tap.

Apr. 23, 2019

MU strategic communication professor Shelly Rodgers named nation’s most productive advertising scholar

Published by Hannah Norton

Rodgers recently received the 2019 SECU Faculty Achievement Award.

Apr. 23, 2019

Top five ‘Broad City’ episodes

Published by Jesse Baalman

As the iconic show draws to a close, a trip down memory lane is in order for anyone who has grown fond of Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson’s New York antics.

Apr. 23, 2019

Drugdealer’s ‘Raw Honey’ is vibrant, if somewhat unimaginative

Published by Jacob Luebbert

The album features rich instrumentals and catchy songwriting, but it’s far too obvious influences result in a somewhat derivative album.