February 24, 2009
Rock Bridge coach Jim Scanlon talks to his players during practice Tuesday. The Bruins start the postseason against Holt on Wednesday.
Kansas State's Darren Kent will likely start for the 26th time this season when the Wildcats face Missouri on Wednesday.
Rachel Ellersieck, the director of “Moonlight and Valentino,” gives the cast directions on how to perform the curtain call at the end of the play during a rehearsal on Monday.
Director Rachel Ellersieck, left, discusses lighting with lighting designer Juliana Jones on Monday during a rehearsal for “Moonlight and Valentino“ at Stephens College's Warehouse Theatre.
At left, Stephanie Nieman plays Lucy during a rehearsal for "Moonlight and Valentino" at Stephens College's Warehouse Theatre on Monday. In this scene, Nieman's character stands, at an uncomfortable loss for words, as Sarah Pinzl's character, Rebecca, breaks down after the loss of her husband.
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MU guard Kim English, right, writes poetry and gave a reading Thursday night on campus.
MU men's basketball coach Mike Anderson will be rooting against the Tigers on Tuesday and for his daughter, a former Hickman Kewpies star who now plays for the Texas Longhorns.
February 23, 2009
Instructors Bobby Johnson and Daniel Soetaert, and student Dalilah Donnelly-Farbin discuss composting during an interactive class session at the Stephens College Children’s School on Friday, Feb. 23.
Max Scherzer, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ first-round draft pick in 2006 from Missouri, was so impressive that the Diamondbacks named him to their starting rotation over the winter.
Yvonne Anderson (12) played high school basketball at Hickman. She will return to Columbia on Tuesday as a member of the No. 16 Texas Longhorns.
Gordon Lamb, UM system executive vice president, does paperwork at his desk in University Hall in 2007. Lamb was selected as interim president of the UM system in April 2007.
The premises of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on South Providence in Columbia.
Marty Harper, left, and James Rodgers discuss the ongoing construction work on the premises of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on South Providence on Monday.
Brad Ortmeyer installs fire sprinklers on the premises of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on South Providence on Monday. The house is being renovated to make it more energy efficient and meet fire safety codes.
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Chester the blind barred owl has been found dead after missing since Feb. 15.
The 2009 True/False Film Festival poster.
David Friesen uses a small brush and black ink to draw multiple boat illustrations for the True/False Film Festival. With the brush, “you just get such a better line” than using any felt-tip or ballpoint pens, Friesen said.