March 4, 2010
The women of Gamma Phi Beta remember Donna Pulliam’s kind and gentle spirit. “You couldn’t feel sad or angry if you were in the room with her and talking to her,” senior Courtney Cebula said. “It just wasn’t possible.”
House mom Donna Pulliam eats dinner with Courtney Cebula, Maddie Harris, Jenna Nelson, Katie Whitworth and Megan Guilander in December; 2009. “A lot of the girls like to eat dinner with her at night because she tells such amazing stories," Cebula said.
Women of Gamma Phi Beta honor house 'mom,' Donna Pulliam, who died on Feb. 25 from cancer.
Nick Marable, right against OSU Alex Meade, left, on February 07, 2010. Oklahoma took down Missouri 24-9.
Brett Nicholas, left, and Aaron Senne, right, wait for their turns during batting practice at Taylor Stadium on Wednesday, March 3, 2010.
Aaron Senne practices his swing before his turn on the field with a pitcher during practice at Taylor Stadium on Wed., March 3, 2010.
Click here to read the full resolution supporting benefits for same-sex partners, as approved by the MU Faculty Council.
Parkade fifth-graders and their African-American mentors had a feast to celebrate the end of Celebrate the Dream program on Feb. 24.
Nicole Palmer, shown in this video frame from the Columbia Police Department, is placed in holding cell No. 4 after being arrested on Oct. 9, 2009, in connection with shooting of a woman in the Red Roof Inn parking lot.
Nicole Palmer hides under a blanket to call her mother and her attorney, Stephen Wyse, in the Columbia Police Department's holding cell No. 4. She hid the cell phone from police who did not discover it until later.
A Columbia Police officer searches Nicole Palmer in holding cell No. 4. During a later search, police found a cell phone Palmer used to contact her mother and her attorney, Stephen Wyse.
This video shows Nicole Palmer in a holding cell at the Columbia Police Department shortly after she was arrested in connection with a shooting death at the Red Roof Inn in October 2009. There is no sound on the video.
March 3, 2010
Columbia College guard Whitney Widaman leads a fast break against Park University. Widaman had five steals in the game, setting a new school record with 307.
Columbia College's Amanda Phillips makes a move to get past Park University's Dominique Hayes on Wednesday during the American Midwest Conference quarterfinals.
Because the city no longer delivers trash bags, residents receive vouchers through the mail in April, August and December. The vouchers can be redeemed for trash and recycling bags at these locations.
Kansas' Cole Aldrich, right, hugs Sherron Collins after Kansas' 82-65 win against Kansas State on Wednesday in Lawrence, Kan. Collins, a senior, played his last game at Allen Fieldhouse.
Reid is a jazz basist coming to Columbia. He will perform at The Blue Note and visit the high schools and MU.
Zachary Tucker, left, and Sean Fitzgerald were arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of second-degree tampering.
Author and Stephens College alumna Lyah Beth LeFlore gives advice to students at Stephens College about breaking into the writing world Tuesday. LeFlore, a native of St. Louis, received a degree in Communications and Media.
This mural, "The Pony Express Rider," is from the General Services Administration office in Kansas City.