February 12, 2011
Jefferson Junior High School teacher and NEA Member Benefits Award for Teaching Excellence winner Kathy Steinhoff teaches a geometry class on Sept. 17. Steinhoff was selected from five finalists to receive the NEA Member Benefits Award for Teaching Excellence along with $25,000. The award recognizes effective teaching skills and advocacy for the educational profession. Steinhoff won the award for her unique teaching style and the use of technology in her lessons.
Members of MU Residential Life clean graffiti in front of Hatch Residence Hall on Saturday.
Members of MU Residential Life work Saturday to remove offensive language from a sidewalk next to the sculpture in front of Hatch Residence Hall. The sidewalks and the sculpture were marked with graffiti early Saturday morning.
Hatch Hall Coordinator Patrick Patterson tries to cover up the offensive graffiti on a sculpture outside of Hatch Residence Hall on Saturday.
February 11, 2011
Illinois senior Allison Buckley jumps up and lands successfully on the balance beam during her routine on Friday at the Pink Out meet. Buckley's score for this portion was 9.725 and overall 39.250.
Hogan's Dominique Washington and DeVante Bausby guard Rock Bridge's Karon Hayes during Friday's game.
Rock Bridge's Will Echelmeier lunges for the ball against Hogan Preparatory Academy on Friday. Rock Bridge beat Hogan 64-49.
MU Junior Mary Burke flips on the uneven parallel bars during the meet against Illinois on Friday. Burke's score was 9.850 on the bars and 39.175 all around.
MU senior Alex Gold flips on the balance beam during the meet against Illinois on Friday. Gold's score on the beam was 9.675 and her overall was 38.875. Illinois won with a score of 195.4 to 195.
Egyptians celebrate the news of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, who handed control of the country to the military, in Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, on Friday.
Protesters stand on a tank in front of the Egyptian television headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, on Friday, shortly before President Hosni Mubarak resigned as president and handed control to the military.
Egyptian women celebrate the news of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, who handed control of the country to the military, in Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, on Friday.
Freshman Nick Keao picks up his ticket for the upcoming MU vs. KU men's basketball game. Keao and his friends waited in line at Mizzou Arena since about 4:30 a.m.
Mary Poettgen, left, who works part time for the athletic department, watches the line on Friday morning. MU juniors Rachel Barry, next to Poettgen, and Austin McNabb, center, stand in line for MU vs. KU men's basketball tickets. Barry and McNabb had been in line since 6 p.m. Thursday and pitched a tent to keep warm. "It was like 4 degrees out, but we were prepared," McNabb said.
Melissa McNamee and Jackie Rogers wait for MU v KU tickets, which went on sale Friday at 7 a.m. The two had been waiting in line since 3 a.m. and brought blankets to rest in the cold. "I really don't know if I own enough blankets that could have helped keep me warm last night," Rogers said.
MU students wait in line outside of Mizzou Arena on Friday morning for MU vs. KU men's basketball tickets. The ticket office began handing them out a little before 6 a.m.; by 7:25 a.m., more than 500 tickets had already been distributed.
Taking the ball to the basket against Missouri's Laurence Bowers, right, doesn't always work successfully.