September 21, 2010
Lysaundra Campbell, a junior at MU, writes "Take Back the Night" on a poster to be used during the march on Tuesday. Campbell became active with Take Back the Night and the associated organizations after learning that a classmate had been affected by domestic violence.
Paul Reeves, left, and Morgan Insley march down Rollins Street as part of Take Back the Night on Tuesday. The march was hosted by Stronger Together Against Relationship and Sexual Violence (STARS) and Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP).
Participants in the Take Back the Night March walk down Conley Avenue past Jesse Hall on Tuesday.
Students share their favorite and least favorite ideas for the new mascot and colors for the new high school being built in northeast Columbia. These 6th grade students at Smithton and Lange Middle Schools may be part of the schools' first freshman class when it opens August 2013.
The American and Missouri flags reflect in the front window of Grant Elementary School on Monday, September 20. The school is celebrating its centennial anniversary this year.
Matt Will and his two children, Oliver, 5, and Stella, 7, (front) leave Grant Elementary School riding tandem bikes on Monday. After 100 years of existence, transportation to and from the school continues to evolve.
Grant Elementary School third graders Jack Welshons, Isaiah Wilson and Nathan Schneider run out to the playground at the beginning of recess on Monday. The school is celebrating its centennial anniversary this year.
First grade students at Grant Elementary School line up after recess on Monday. The school is celebrating 100 years of being the "All-stars".
A hallway on the main floor of Grant Elementary School is lined with artwork by students. The school, celebrating its centennial anniversary this year, changed the height of the ceilings when new lighting was installed but the rest of the infrastructure has gone untouched.
Jamazanae Brewster and Chloe Bierman, first graders at Grant Elementary School, play four-square on the playground during recess on Monday. The elementary school is celebrating its centennial anniversary this year.
Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith celebrates after shutting down San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday. He will miss this weekend's game because of an injury to his leg.
September 20, 2010
John Finley and Marvin Stone examine an instrument cluster at the Fleet Operations Division of Public Works on Lakeview Avenue.
The Columbia College women's volleyball team defeated Hannibal-LaGrange on Monday night at Columbia College.
It's still plenty warm to treat yourself to a little frozen dessert. Here's your video guide to the differences between frozen yogurt, ice cream and frozen custard.
Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith claims his injury is "just a big bruise."
Rock Bridge coach A.J. Odofile says he doesn't mind the fun-loving ways of offensive linemen Jeremy Smith, left, and Jacob Ellis. “They’re as goofy as they get,” Ofodile said. “But they’re respectful and conscientious, and they understand when it’s time to go to work.”
According to research by Dan Fulks of Transylvania University, the average guarantee payment for Football Bowl Subdivision teams has risen since last year.
Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel argues a call during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against San Diego State. Pinkel said coaching is more pressure-packed than ever.
Ohio University mascot Rufus goes after Brutus Buckeye as the Ohio State football team runs onto the field Saturday at Ohio Stadium. The man behind the Ohio University Bobcat mascot says he tried out for the job with a goal of tackling the Buckeye.
The Fleet Operations Division of Columbia's Department of Public Works maintains the city's vehicles. Columbia Missourian photographer Taylor Glascock captured some of the details of the workshop.