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Jordan Dressler [Photo]

Jordan Dressler drives to the basket during a Rock Bridge boys basketball practice March 3, 2009. Dressler is now a freshman playing at the University of Toledo in Ohio.

Dressler family [Photo]

The Dressler family poses for a family photo outside of Mizzou Arena for Jordan Dressler's high school graduation in May 2009. From left to right: Mark Dressler, Ashley Dressler, Jordan Dressler, Hannah Dressler, Jennifer Dressler.

Mark Dressler [Photo]

Missouri forward Mark Dressler attempts to block a pass from Kansas guard Darnell Valentine in the Tigers' Big Eight postseason tournament semifinal loss to the Jayhawks on March 5, 1980.

Hickman's Lyle Harris [Photo]

Hickman senior point guard Lyle Harris, No. 3, catches his breath with his teammates during a Kewpies practice Dec. 10 at Hickman High School.

MU gymnast Sarah Shire [Photo]

Missouri senior Sarah Shire practices her routine on the balance beam during Monday's gymnastics practice.

Freshman guard Sydney Crafton [Photo]

Freshman guard Sydney Crafton dribbles down the court in Thursday night's game. The Jefferson City native played nine minutes in the second half.

Frazier takes a shot [Photo]

Sophomore Kendra Frazier takes a shot during the second half of the game against Texas-Pan American. Frazier saw 13 minutes of playing time during the Tigers' win.

Gee drives to the basket [Photo]

Missouri's Bailey Gee drives toward the basket past Texas-Pan American's Sherrell Davis.

MU women's basketball vs. Texas-Pan American [Photo]

Texas-Pan American's Shavon Walker puts up a shot, and Missouri's BreAnna Brock falls to the ground while defending the basket Thursday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won the game 83-34.

Shakara Jones' layup [Photo]

MU forward Shakara Jones goes for a layup against Texas-Pan American on Thursday night. The Tigers blew out the Lady Broncos 83-34.

MU's Amanda Hanneman [Photo]

Amanda Hanneman, guard for the MU women's basketball team, prepares to pass the ball during the first period of the game against Texas-Pan American on Thursday at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia. Missouri won the game 83-34.

Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel [Graphic]

Hanukkah, the Celebration of Lights in Judaism, begins today at sundown and continues for eight days and nights. The dreidel is a game typically played after lighting the menorah, a candelabrum used in the holiday ceremony.

THE BEAT: Douglass High designated Title 1 school [Audio]

Kevin Kelly [Photo]

Kevin Kelly runs a small business from home just outside of Columbia. He develops software for chemistry applications. Kelly has a strong background in chemistry and this is why he says that "people that worked in the laboratory understand better what users want."

Wrapping with care [Photo]

Ensley at day care [Photo]

Kristy Ensley chases her son, Jayden Wilkes, 2, around the playground so they can go home from the Student Parent Center in University Village on Thursday, Nov. 19. Ensley, a biology student, said the day care is a blessing because of its affordability and close proximity to campus.

Smile for the camera [Photo]

Naomi Clark and her 7-month-old daughter, Liberty, at the Student Parent Center in University Village on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009. Clark is a member of MIZFIT, an organization that helps MU student-parents network and support one another.

Runners-up celebrating [Photo]

Stormwater Logo Contest runners-up Allie Smith, left, and Megan Pearson pose for a picture taken by Smith's mother, Valerie Brightwell, at the Boone County Commission Chambers on Wednesday. Both girls are sophomores at Centralia High School.

Stormwater Logo Contest winners [Photo]

From left, Megan Pearson, Hunter Allen and Allie Smith pose on Wednesday with the their designs for the Stormwater Logo Contest. Allen won $100 for first place and Pearson and Smith were given $50 as runners-up. "I'm going to buy a Christmas gift for the girlfriend, to be honest," Allen said about how he would spend the reward money.

Populations of students with dependents [Graphic]

The populations of students with dependents for public four-year undergraduate and public graduate institutions are shown to be declining based on data from the National Center for Education Statistics.
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