The Maneater

Column: Special interests in Jefferson City threaten Tesla’s ability to operate

Tesla’s car sales model for Missouri should be backed by state legislators.

Editorial: The Maneater joins the call to #SaveStudentNewsrooms

Our editorial board has decided to stand for student journalism along with dozens of collegiate student-run publications.

Column: A divided country cannot survive

In order to actually solve the problems facing our country, we must have a conversation based on the merits of an idea and not the political party of the person backing it.

Column: Trump’s new tariffs could harm nearly everyone

With a possible Chinese trade war brewing and new tariffs on both sides creating a lot of uncertainty, many people are worried their farms will not recover.

Column: The Republican Party must adapt or die

The Republican Party can’t keep clinging to the past.

Column: Undocumented immigrant children do not belong in cages

In a recent press conference, Vice President Mike Pence claimed that the United States is and always has been the most welcoming country to immigrants, though Central American undocumented migrant children are currently being held in cages in America.

Column: Student athletes should not get paid while some students still have loans for school to pay

Universities may need athletics to survive, but they don’t need to be creating a college draft scenario and making business deals while the focus shifts from giving the best education.

Column: Pump Room’s Culture: Bringing The Heavy to Light

Of all the rooms on campus, MizzouRec’s pump room is the most raw; while many find this place intimidating, there is a warrior culture that goes beyond heavy weights.

Column: Requiring interns to work for free only serves to benefit privileged people

Unpaid internships are just another method that makes it harder for people to escape their low socioeconomic status.

Column: “Sex discrimination” should protect transgender people too

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

Column: Student housing in Columbia is far from affordable for many

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.

Column: No matter how casual, sexual harassment always hurts

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

Column: Socialism: Would it work and is it moral?

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

Column: Greitens’ sex scandal ends his political career

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens faces allegations of sexual assault and felony invasion of privacy, and the GOP’s response is dooming him.

Column: Greitens needs to get it together or step down completely

Missouri citizens deserve a governor who has their best interests at heart and will do their best to make them heard — not one who is constantly involved in scandals.

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