November 9, 2007
Lorenzo Williams and his teammates all touch the “AO 25” sign at the entrance to the locker room before they run onto Faurot Field.
Text plays a key role in "Features From Currents #62" by Robert Rauschenberg, who was dyslexic. It's part of the exhibit "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Evoking the jumbled, jazzy visual rhythms of the modern American city in "L.A. Uncovered #12" (1998), part of the new exhibit "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Artist Robert Rauschenberg included life-size X-rays of his skeleton in his six-foot self-portrait "Booster," from 1967. It's part of "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Kristina Cross is shown here at the Raynor Columbia Armory for the Missouri National Guard on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007. The 25-year-old enlisted in the Army National Guard in 2001.
Julie Walker tends to her flock of 67 heritage turkeys at Walker's Greystone Farm near Fayette on Oct. 31. Walker and her husband, Tim, have raised heritage turkeys since 2001, but this year will be their last, she said. "It's just more labor than I have energy for," Julie Walker said.
Heritage turkeys have free rein at the Walker's Greystone Farm. The popular birds were bought off the market by mid-October.
A male heritage turkey pauses between struts as it vies for female attention. "I imagine these turkeys in a weight room strutting around, showing off their muscles," Julie Walker said.
Robert Sappington, a U.S. Air Force Veteran, gives a salute as "Taps" is played by student Alyssa Thomassen to honor those who have lost their lives in battle. Southern Boone County High School hosted "A Salute to Veterans" Friday afternoon in observance of Veterans Day. Sappington served in the Korean war and was in the air force from 1948-52.
Murray State guard Amber Guffey, left, and Missouri guard Toy Richbow chase a loose ball Friday night in the Tigers' season opener at Mizzou Arena.
November 8, 2007
At 6 feet 9, forward Leo Lyons is the tallest member of the Big 12’s shortest squad.
The Capitol building’s chandelier, which fell last year, is now fully illuminating the dome for the first time in 40 years.
Tom Lee, owner and operator of Super Pumper, cleans a grease trap of a Columbia restaurant. Lee opened Super Pumper in 2005 and cleans grease traps and septic tanks of businesses and residences.
Chad and Tanya Tatro adopted these embryos through the Snowflakes Frozen Embryo Adoption Program, which helps match potential adoptive parents with women and couples who have frozen embryos they want to donate.
November 7, 2007
From left to right: the Kewpies' Christian Hulen, Danny Nabelek, Sam Masters, Zach Lynn, Jordan Fleming and Alex Nail.
A 66-minute telescopic image of Holmes Comet through RGB color filters taken Monday evening.
A 66-minute telescopic image of Comet Holmes
Lindsay McCoy uses unusual study techniques to help her grades. “I make up songs to help me remember things,” she said.
Fans can tell how the Tigers are doing based on Tyler Luellen’s haircut. The senior only cuts his hair when the team loses.