June 13, 2008
Rainstorms create standing water in farm fields in McBain on Friday.
June 12, 2008
Smithville High School junior varsity cheerleader, Sarah Pence, foreground, helps teammate Olivian Sloan with a routine on Wednesday. The girls practice for their team evaluations at the National Cheerleaders Association cheer camp held at the MU Student Recreation Center.
Mary Beth Duncan, Autumn Lewis and Amy Gibson, students in the Missouri Scholars Academy, play a game of cards in their free time between sessions. High schoolers come from around the state to spend most of June on MU's campus.
Missouri Scholars Academy students Nora Lewis-Borbuly, Malia Hu, Stephanie Fischer and Jamie Smith wait for their next program Wednesday evening in the Mark Twain Residence Hall at MU.
Judith Fitzgerald Miller has been named dean of MU's Sinclair School of Nursing.
Bob Hartzell's flag
Gaige Larson's flag
Stephanie Foley's flag
Chris Canipe's flag
William Kimpton, left, and Ben Walker wade through floodwaters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Thursday afternoon. Three-thousand-nine-hundred homes were evacuated from Cedar Rapids, where rescuers removed people with boats. Officials estimated 100 blocks were underwater, and a railroad bridge over the flooded Cedar River collapsed.
A view of downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa, shows widespread flooding from the raging Cedar River on Thursday. Heavy rains continue to pound large portions of Iowa and as flooding continues. Officials are scrambling as rivers are expected to crest at record levels in many portions of the state.
June 11, 2008
Summer Welcome leaders teach the MU fight song to a group of incoming freshmen at the Summer Welcome Spirit Rally on Tuesday.
Nina Moini, 19, greets incoming freshmen at the MU Summer Welcome on Tuesday. Freshmen were divided into smaller groups, and Moini's group was called "Nina Nina's Ballerinas."
Ellie Schamel, left, and her mom Gail Schamel enjoy ice cream at the ice cream social held Tuesday. The social was part of summer welcome at MU.
Taylor Drennan drags the Rainbow baseball fields in Cosmo Park on Tuesday. The idea is to turn up the topsoil and expose the layers of dirt below which allow the field to dry faster.