April 25, 2010
Neil S. Brown is the editor of the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times.
Members of Delta Upsilon talk about their reasons for participating in "Cleanup Columbia" on Saturday.
The volunteers were given trash bags during Cleanup Columbia on Saturday to leave on the side of the road. Volunteers picked up more than 1,600 bags of trash during the event.
The Delta Upsilon fraternity cleaned Stadium Boulevard from College Avenue to Old Highway 63 during Cleanup Columbia on Saturday. More than 1,500 people volunteers participated the annual event “Cleanup Columbia.”
Members of Greek life helped clean dirty portions of Stadium Boulevard as part of their philanthropy on Saturday in Columbia.
Members of Delta Upsilon clean the roads of Stadium Boulevard on Saturday in Columbia.
Submarine pitching is pitching underhanded. McCormick had little to no success when he threw overhanded, but he has had success with his new style.
McCormick also talks about the effects the change has had on the way his arm feels.
Missouri coach Tim Jamieson talks about how McCormick’s role has changed and catcher Brett Nicholas talks about the difficulty of catching and hitting McCormick.
Missouri relief pitcher Phil McCormick shows his pitching mechanics and talks about why he started pitching submarine.
Lauren Flaker, a senior sprinter for Rock Bridge, runs a drill during practice on Friday. Flaker specializes in the 100-meter dash but is also training for the 400-meter dash.
There are a variety of community gardens available to Columbians. To reserve a spot or to learn more about the gardens, go to the Community Garden Coalition's Web site at cgc.missouri.org
The amount of recycling in Columbia has increased since the introduction of the blue-bag program.
The City Council passed an ordinance in February allowing residents to keep chickens within the city limits following certain parameters.
One way to reduce water consumption is by collecting rainwater into a barrel. The water can then be used for tasks, such as washing your car or watering your lawn.
Organic matter naturally decays the environment, but the process can take a considerable amount of time. Placing materials in a compost pile can speed up the decomposition process by providing more ideal conditions under which the materials can break down. Composting is an inexact and forgiving process, but the result is a naturally developed fertilizer that can help your garden — rather than the city landfill — grow.
Manufacturers release new electronic devices regularly, but getting rid of older models can cause problems if done improperly. Electronic waste might contain harmful chemicals that can be released into the environment.
April 24, 2010
Chelsea Thomas, who was diagnosed with a stress fracture in her throwing wrist in March, will apply for a medical hardship waiver and an extra season of eligibility.
Attendees check out booths in Jesse Hall.
Plant Sciences graduate student Deanna Boardman shows students seeds from various crops at MU's "Adventures in Education" fair in Jesse Hall.
Brandy Huff, an MU biology undergraduate, helps her daughters Maryssa, 8, and Hannah, 5, make a construction paper caterpillar at a booth during Saturday's "Adventures in Education."
The key to being an underhanded thrower is to not overthrow the ball. If pitchers overthrow, they put more strain on their arms. Throwing submarine is actually less strenuous on the arm if the pitcher stays within limits. This diagram shows the effects of a submarine pitch compared to a regular pitch.
Eliot Battle reads "Buzz Said the Bee" to children on Friday at the Nora Stewart Early Learning Center located at 505 E. Ash St. The Minority Men's Network is launching a reading program for preschoolers to get them interested in reading and also to get men involved in reading to serve as positive role models.