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Article by Chris Varney
March 19, 2012

Dorm newspaper meeting rescheduled for 5th straight semester

In the aftermath of the worldwide print media collapse, only one news source stands between the residents of Schurz Residence Hall and a media blackout. Rather, the resident run news publication The Schurz Tentacle would provide a beacon of news in an otherwise black abyss if it ever got published. The Tentacle gets its seemingly... MORE »

Article by BradBabendir
February 10, 2012

Newspaper changes from Maneater to Personeater to remove gender bias

The Maneater, the award-winning student newspaper at the University of Missouri, has long been a place for talented and likely-to-be-successful journalists to collaborate with mediocre writers whose hearts will eventually be broken. Unfortunately for the paper, the name, which has been theirs for over 50 years has recently come under heavy fire from the Women’s... MORE »

Article by Alex Rosenthal
August 23, 2010

Sportscasting Broadcast Journalism Major Turns Out To Be A Terrible Athlete

When it comes to the world of sports, Newhouse senior Eric Berger seems to have it all. Team jerseys, posters of his favorite athletes, and other sports memorabilia populate every inch of the walls in his dorm room. He currently hosts his own sports talk show on CitrusTV, writes weekly sports columns for the Daily... MORE »