Columbia Newswire

Columbia Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Columbia, MO.

Results 1 - 20 of 53 for "u:themaneater.com" in Columbia, MO

  1. Eating disorder clinic closes abruptly, leaves patients without careRead the original story

    Saturday | The Maneater

    After an eating disorder treatment center closed March 3 with just five days notice, employees, patients and their families were left with few options. McCallum Place, which opened last year and offered Columbia's only outpatient care for eating disorders, released a statement last month stating that the center would close and "reallocate resources" to its St. Louis clinic.

    Comment?

  2. MU Remembers event honors students who died in the past yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Maneater

    MU faculty, staff and students gathered with friends and family Friday to remember students who died during the past year. "No one is more precious to us than our students," Provost Garnett Stokes told the crowd of around 100 people.

    Comment?

  3. MU colleges brace for budget cuts with changes to faculty, resourcesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 12 | The Maneater

    Vacant faculty positions and changes to research funding and classroom resources are among the effects schools and colleges may see after the most recent round of budget cuts. After the state legislature announced a $20 million withholding from the university's budget for fiscal year 2017, each academic and administrative unit must cut a set amount of their budget based on their funding from university and reserve accounts.

    Comment?

  4. Construction for new School of Music building to begin in JanuaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 10 | The Maneater

    School of Music Director Julia Gaines: "Our facilities are awful compared to most any of our peers. People are coming from high schools that are much better than our facilities."

    Comment?

  5. With Porter Jr. on board, Mizzou can add even more to its recruiting classRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 4 | The Maneater

    The Tigers already have the best player in the nation, and now they look to add the rest of the pieces. On March 24, nine days after the hiring of head coach Cuonzo Martin, 15 days after the Mizzou basketball team lost its final game of the Kim Anderson era and 38 months after the team's last true road game win, the No.

    Comment?

  6. Voters Guide: Everything you need to know for the municipal electionRead the original story

    Monday Apr 3 | The Maneater

    Two City Council members, three Columbia School Board members and two trustees for the Boone Hospital Center Board will be elected Tuesday in the municipal election. Two MU professors, an administrative assistant and a student are among the candidates.

    Comment?

  7. Missouri wrestling goes 7-0 on Friday night, will enter final day fourth overallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2017 | The Maneater

    It's been an up-and-down season for the Missouri wrestling team, but on Thursday and Friday at the NCAA Wrestling National Championships in St. Louis, the Tigers showed the potential that earned them a No. 5 ranking at the beginning of the season.

    Comment?

  8. New Media and Diversity Center opens at MURead the original story

    Mar 13, 2017 | The Maneater

    The center has started a mentorship program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in issues of diversity in the media. "Primarily, we're interested in conducting cutting-edge research in relation to issues of diversity and the media," co-director Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz said.

    Comment?

  9. Pingeton's hard-nosed mental approach propels Mizzou women's basketball to successRead the original story

    Mar 8, 2017 | The Maneater

    The Missouri women's basketball team gathered around head coach Robin Pingeton for a short meeting during a late regular season practice. Pingeton laid out the pages of stats and talked briefly about the Southeastern Conference standings, the team's future in the NCAA and other postseason games.

    Comment?

  10. Commission promotes increased collaboration between UM System campusesRead the original story

    Mar 5, 2017 | The Maneater

    Through the Intercampus Course Sharing initiative, UM System students can take courses from other campuses. But for the spring 2017 semester, the program only offered three courses to MU students.

    Comment?

  11. "It Starts With Us," say MSA candidates Stockton and GulatiRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2017 | The Maneater

    Running behind their campaign motto of "It Starts with Us," Josh Stockton and Shruti Gulati prioritize inclusivity, sexual assault prevention, MSA reform and collaboration with Greek Life. Stockton, who is studying finance, and Gulati, who is studying marketing, aim to incorporate their business knowledge in their campaign.

    Comment?

  12. United Airlines announces service from Columbia Regional AirportRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2017 | The Maneater

    The airline will offer more direct flights to Chicago as well as Denver, an entirely new destination for the airport. United Airlines will provide service from Columbia Regional Airport starting Aug. 1, news made public at a city press conference Monday.

    Comment?

  13. Errors haunt Missouri softball as team loses twice SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2017 | The Maneater

    The Tigers lost on a walk-off home run to the California-Santa Barbara and could muster only two hits against Nebraska. Missouri softball fell to Nebraska and California-Santa Barbara on Saturday, losing three of five games at the Mary Nutter Classic in California.

    Comment?

  14. Protests condemn U.S. Bank's possible connection to pipeline companyRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2017 | The Maneater

    The protesters started at Speakers Circle and marched to the Student Center, where they stood in silence outside of U.S. Bank. They concluded the protest by marching through the Student Center.

    Comment?

  15. Judge determines that CPD acted unconstitutionally by recording attorney-client phone callsRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2017 | The Maneater

    Attorney Stephen Wyse: "If they're recording my phone calls, I want someone to answer for it. It's just outrageous."

    Comment?

  16. Possible cuts to the NEA pose threat to local arts, including The Missouri ReviewRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2017 | The Maneater

    The Missouri Review editor Speer Morgan: "It's going to be terribly destructive in comparison to what it costs the taxpayers." The Missouri Review, a literary magazine based at MU, could take a financial hit if a January proposal by President Donald Trump's transition team to eliminate National Endowment for the Arts were to take effect.

    Comment?

  17. In City Council run, senior Andrew Hutchinson focuses on studentsRead the original story

    Feb 14, 2017 | The Maneater

    Columbia native and MU senior Andrew Hutchinson is running for City Council to represent the First Ward, which includes campus, Greektown and much of downtown. The election will take place April 4. Hutchinson cites growing up in the city his entire life and working in different parts of the community as his motivation to run for office.

    Comment?

  18. Nine takeaways from the first Board of Curators meetingRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2017 | The Maneater

    The UM System Board of Curators held its first meeting of 2017 on Thursday and Friday in Columbia. Here are the major takeaways from the meetings: There was no student representative at the meeting because Gov. Eric Greitens withdrew MU senior Patrick Graham, an unconfirmed appointee of former Gov. Jay Nixon, from the board last week.

    Comment?

  19. Greitens withdrawal of two curators leaves no student rep on boardRead the original story

    Feb 3, 2017 | The Maneater

    With the first Board of Curators meeting of 2017 a week from yesterday, the state of the board remains unclear. Newly elected Gov. Eric Greitens withdrew two nominations earlier this week and has yet to make his own appointments - leaving five vacancies on the nine-member board.

    Comment?

  20. Town hall meeting with state legislators attracts large audienceRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2017 | The Maneater

    The League of Women Voters held its biggest town hall in recent history on Thursday evening to discuss legislative priorities and ask questions to Missouri state legislators. Legislators in attendance included Reps.

    Comment?

Columbia Job Listings
View or post Columbia job listings on Topix.
Columbia Real Estate
News, listings, and foreclosures in Columbia from Topix.
Columbia Mortgages
Find mortgage rates in Columbia on Topix.