The Maneater

ARTICLE ARCHIVES
May. 03, 2018

“Sex discrimination” should protect transgender people too

Published by Maddie Niblett

Missouri transgender teen sues school district for not allowing him access to boy’s changing rooms.

May. 03, 2018

Student housing in Columbia is far from affordable for many

Published by Madi Baughman

For many students, the search for housing in Columbia is one filled with abnormal amounts of stress over what they can even afford when it comes to living off campus.

May. 03, 2018

No matter how casual, sexual harassment always hurts

Published by Tatyana Monnay

There is a time and a place for flirting, and the conference room isn’t it.

May. 03, 2018

Socialism: Would it work and is it moral?

Published by Brandon Bartlett

At a recent event, MU Socialists attempted to answer questions on the dangers and inherent problems with socialism.

May. 02, 2018

Murder mystery ‘The Rimers of Eldritch’ was hauntingly familiar in feeling

Published by Hannah McFadden

Set in the 1960s, playwright Langford Wilson explores the failure of a small Missouri town.

May. 02, 2018

MU Tonight holds its last show for the semester

Published by Emma Veidt

MU Tonight is a branch of MUTV that focuses on live interviews, Internet videos and news jokes.

May. 02, 2018

Choose your favorite Missouri sports moment of the year with this bracket

Published by Joe Noser

Sports editor Bennett Durando and outgoing sports editor Joe Noser ranked their top moments of the season. Now you can rank yours.

May. 02, 2018

Greek life restrictions, new leadership, budget cutbacks affect campus this year

Published by Lauren Bishop

Greek life restrictions, new leadership, budget cutbacks affect campus this year

May. 02, 2018

Professors break ground in political science, medicine and social interaction this year

Published by Regan Mertz

Research discoveries, publications and fellowship opportunities show how professors are shaping MU and the world.

May. 02, 2018

MU welcomes two-time Pulitzer winner Larry Price to speak

Published by Tashfia Parvez

Price presented photographs of children in Africa and Asia as they engaged in labor for nearly non-existent pay and exposed themselves to hazardous working conditions surrounded by toxins.

May. 02, 2018

Presidential Engagement Fellows to spread UM system research throughout the state

Published by Allison Cho

“The plan is to have faculty who are already good at communicating with the public to be out there, but not just in local areas across the entire state,” Angela Speck, professor and director at the MU Department of Physics and Astronomy, said. “Between all of the engagement fellows, we’ll cover every county in the state.”

May. 02, 2018

Missouri’s regular season success in 2017-18 dampened by postseason failures

Published by Liad Lerner

Across the athletic department, the Missouri Tigers struggled to parlay their regular season success into postseason results.

May. 01, 2018

Down eight, Missouri rallies, prevails 17-16 in five-hour classic at Iowa

Published by Bennett Durando

In their signature win of 2018 so far, the Tigers trailed 8-0 and 13-6 before edging Iowa in a wild 11th inning climax.

May. 01, 2018

Bats come alive but Missouri drops two of three at Kentucky

Published by Jerry Duggan

Offense can’t overcome sloppy pitching in weekend series against Kentucky

May. 01, 2018

MU community participates in the world’s largest student film festival

Published by Mariana Labbate

The festival brought its filmmaking challenge to MU students in a busy week of producing, editing and learning.

May. 01, 2018

How to be productive with the worst cases of procrastination

Published by Alexandra Sharp

Here are six ways to not regret wasting potential study time.

May. 01, 2018

As collegiate career ends, Karissa Schweizer reigns as most decorated Missouri athlete in school history

Published by Andy Kimball

Schweizer has laid claim to eight All-American honors, six school records and five national championships (and counting).

May. 01, 2018
May. 01, 2018

Schweizer comes from behind to give track and field third win on final day of Drake Relays

Published by Andy Kimball

Schweizer used a 4:32.19 mile split for a comeback win in the women’s DMR.

May. 01, 2018

Professors recognized for accomplishments in research and service

Published by Regan Mertz

Research advancements and citizenship service recognized through UM System President's Awards.