“For the Kids” is more than a mindset. It’s a lifestyle for the numerous MizzouThon members who put in much more than the 13.1 hours devoted to the main event.
The Maneater looks back at a past project in light of the two-year anniversary of the University Village balcony collapse.
A special section of The Maneater that explores five of Columbia's recording studios which cater to a range of genres and artists.
MU alum Walter Bargen reflects on his experiences as Missouri’s first poet laureate.
Revisit how a group of collegiate football players used its platform for change.
Led by its drum majors, MU’s marching band continues a 130-year tradition.
There's a perceived overlap in student leadership positions, but the explanation is more complicated than favoritism, and programs are working to bring equality to their hiring processes.
Women are underrepresented in city of Columbia leadership positions, and they are paid proportionately less. The issue isn’t clear cut, though — and city leadership is working to bridge the gender gap.
While some fraternity and sorority houses have been updated, many remain inaccessible to students with physical disabilities.
Living with a disability often leaves people feeling ostracized by society and alone. Sarah and Bennett don’t feel like that anymore.
Chronic illnesses often leave students feeling alone, something senior Farah El-Jayyousi hoped to change with her club, Chronically Awesome.