PHOTO GALLERY: MU freshmen take part in traditions by painting the M
Friday, August 20, 2010 | 4:37 p.m. CDT
A pair of MU freshmen pose for a picture as they lie on the ground and kiss the fifty yard line of Faurot Field, one of the seven MU traditions, on Aug. 20.
MU freshmen kicked off their first week on campus by taking part in a couple of the seven university traditions.
MU students form a line to pass rocks from a truck in order to fill in empty spaces in the M before it is painted on Aug. 20 at Faurot Field.
Austin Nichols hands a rock across a fence to Amber Honig on Aug. 20. Students formed long lines to pass rocks to strategic places in the M where rocks were missing or had been weathered.
MU students repaint the tunnel under Stadium Boulevard leading to Faurot field on Aug. 20.
Margaret Bedwell slops paint out of a bucket while whitewashing the rocks that make up the M on Aug. 20 at Faurot Field.
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