January 13, 2011
MU students Hilary Slaughter, Moses Weathers and Ryquriea Byrd promote the appreciation of individuals and their differences at 18th annual diversity celebration on Jan. 13, at the Holiday Inn Expo Center. The T-shirts were designed and made by the director, Sharrell Luckett.
Rahbi Hines, a singer and drummer from Atlanta, sings about the beauty that can be found in people's differences at the end of the program at the 18th Annual Diversity Celebration, held on Jan. 13 at the Holiday Inn Select Expo Center.
Juel Lane, 30, from Atlanta, leads the artistic program in solo dancing for the 18th Annual Diversity Celebration on Jan. 13 at the Holiday Inn Select Expo Center.
January 12, 2011
In a file photo, Pressey has been playing with a protective glove on his right hand after breaking a finger in December against Nebraska on Jan. 12. In the second half of Saturday's game against Texas A&M, Pressey took off the glove and scored 16 points.
Missouri's Marcus Denmon drives the baseline against Nebraska's Andre Almeida. Denmon tied a career high with 27 points in Wednesday night's Tigers victory
Laurence Bowers dunks over Nebraska's Toney McCray, left, and Jorge Brian Diaz late in the first half. The play brought the Mizzou Arena crowd to its feet.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama attend a memorial service Wednesday for the victims of Saturday's shootings, at McKale Center on the University of Arizona campus Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz. Second from left is Daniel Hernandez, a University of Arizona political science student who helped Rep. Gabrielle Giffords when she was shot and right is Mark Kelly, husband of Giffords.
President Barack Obama hugs first lady Michelle Obama after speaking Wednesday at a memorial service for the victims of Saturday's shootings at McKale Center on the University of Arizona campus Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz.
In this Nov. 19, 2007, file photo, a student puts apple slices on his tray during lunch at Central High School in St. Paul, Minn. Schoolchildren would have to pick up more whole grains, fruits and vegetables on the lunch line under proposed new federal standards for school lunches. The Agriculture Department proposal applies to lunches subsidized by the federal government and would be the first major nutritional overhaul of school meals in 15 years. They are expected to be announced Thursday.
Missouri's Michael Dixon, right, passes the ball around Nebraska defender Caleb Walker in Wednesday's game at Mizzou Arena.
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January 11, 2011
Nebraska men's basketball coach Doc Sadler guides his team in the Cornhuskers' victory over Iowa State on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
Missouri guard J.T. Tiller tries to stop Nebraska's Jay-R Strowbridge during a fast break in the Cornhuskers 61-56 victory in the first round of the 2008 Big 12 tournament. Nebraska has stung the Tigers in the early going of several conference tournaments.
Scott Akers shovels a pathway to one of the homes maintained by Garry Lewis Properties on Jan. 11.
Jim Kraatz pushes Alice Kraatz, 5, and Hunter Rottinghaus, 9, down the hill at Stephens Lake Park on Jan. 11. Kraatz brought his two children and their friends to the park for a day in the snow.
Footprints and tire tracks along this bridge on the MKT Trail show that, despite the snow, people have continued to hike and bike the trail on January 11.
Susan Freeman shovels the driveway at her home in west Columbia on January 11. Freeman, who is originally from Ohio, said she was fairly unphased by the snow, because, compared to storms in Ohio, this was "wimpy snow."
Luke Rottinghaus, 6, trudges back up the hill at Stephens Lake Park on Jan. 11. The park had approximately 50 people taking advantage of the snowy conditions and day off from school since Columbia Public Schools canceled classes for the day.
A lone pedestrian crosses Ninth Street as snow falls on downtown Columbia on January 10.
A tree remains covered in ice in front of Riback Supply Company at the east end of Business Loop 70 after a massive water main break over the weekend. "As soon as I topped the hill at Lake of the Woods I could see it shooting up," said Cindy Baker, the warehouse manager at Riback and the first employee on the scene.