March 1, 2010
MU graduate student Jimmie Jones addresses MU faculty and administration and those gathered with his comments at the Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and MU Chief Diversity Officer Roger Worthington go over notes prior to the start of the Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday.
Black Culture Center senior coordinator Nathan Stephens addresses students comments during a Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians on Monday at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center to address the incident that occurred outside the Black Culture Center on Friday.
From left, Black Culture Center senior coordinator Nathan Stephens, Deputy Chancellor Michael Middleton, Chancellor Brady Deaton, Faculty Council member Leona Rubin and MU Chief Diversity Officer Roger Worthington listen to comments from graduate student Jimmie Jones during a Town Hall Meeting hosted by the Legion of Black Collegians at Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday in response to Friday's incident outside the Black Culture Center. Faculty and administration listened to questions and comments from students and community members about the incident and diversity on campus.
Students listen to comments from MU faculty and administrators during a Town Hall Meeting on Monday at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Students and community members heard comments about the event that had taken place outside the Black Culture Center and about diversity education on campus.
Missouri's Danario Alexander (2) and Georgia Tech's Demaryius Thomas (35) answer questions from reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine Friday in Indianapolis.
Missouri's Sean Weatherspoon makes a catch as he runs a drill at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Missouri's Sean Weatherspoon runs a drill at the NFL Scouting Combine Monday.
Mark Maus of Oak Park High School in Kansas City is the new principal of Rock Bridge High School.
A woman carries goods while looting a supermarket in Concepcion, Chile, on Sunday. A 8.8-magnitude earthquake hit Chile early Saturday. Officers arrested 55 people for violating a nighttime curfew imposed after looters sacked almost every market in town on Sunday.
Corey Motley is a Missourian columnist.
Emergency crews extricate a woman from her vehicle at approximately 8 a.m. Monday morning at Broadway and Tenth Street. She was taken to University Hospital. The other driver did not appear injured.
Sid Sullivan is a candidate for mayor of Columbia.
Paul and Karen Heywood have had a licensed foster home since 1999, caring for more than 25 different children.
February 28, 2010
Evan Mckinney (center) runs rugby drills with other members of the CoMo Home Wreckers club on Sunday at Cosmo Park. The goal of the club is primarily social - to provide an opportunity to play rugby for anyone interested, man or woman, at any skill level.
Kit Salter (right) and his wife Cathy serve wine to guests at the True/False closing reception held at the Missouri Theatre on Sunday.
Blake Montgomery runs past other members of CoMo Homewreckers rugby club during a gathering at Cosmo Park on Sunday. Although only four rugby enthusiasts made it to the field this week, the group is trying to bring out men and women of all skill levels.
People gather in line for food at the True/False closing reception held at the Missouri Theatre on Sunday.
Connie Hyman, Laura Rothkopf, Erick Stoll and Kasey Lane Hosp (left to right) enjoy food while talking about the different films they were able to see at the True/False closing night reception held at the Missouri Theatre on Sunday.
Evan Mckinney catches a pass during a rugby drill at Cosmo Park on Sunday. CoMo Home wreckers are an aspiring rugby team attempting bring together men and women for informal rugby scrimmages every Sunday.