March 12, 2010
Jan Fugit talks with her son Carter Fugit, 11, after she was sworn in as the Boone County Treasurer. Carter said he is "very proud and excited" for his mother.
Jan Fugit talks with Brian Winn after she was sworn in as Boone County Treasurer in the County Commission Chambers. Winn, the director of financial services at Boone Hospital Center, said that he worked with Fugit while she was the financial reporting manager there. "Since the lease of the hospital is with the county, we will have direct relations with them," said Winn.
Jan Fugit, right, smiles as she is sworn into office as the Boone County treasurer by County Clerk Wendy Noren in the County Commission Chambers on Friday afternoon. "I am looking forward to Monday and to settling in," Fugit said to the press.
Dan Levitin talks writing while fellow panelist Tim Page looks on during a discussion at the Missouri School of Journalism on Friday. Levitin and Page, both professional journalists, brought their respective books for signing: "This is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession and the World in Six Songs" and "Parallel Play: Growing Up With Undiagnosed Asperger's."
Journalists Dan Levitin, left, and Tim Page lead a discussion on music, writing and the mind at the Missouri School of Journalism on Friday. Levitin and Page have both written on music for years.
Missouri's Chelsea Thomas pitches during a game against New Mexico at University Field on Friday. Mizzou won 2-0.
Missouri's Shana White is welcomed at home plate after scoring against New Mexico at University Field on Friday. Mizzou won 2-0.
Missouri women's softball players roll out the tarp on University Field during a rain delay while playing against New Mexico on Friday. The Tigers won 2-0.