October 24, 2014
Van Shaw stands outside First Presbyterian Church of Columbia. Shaw was a campus minister and started the Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse in 1964 that showcased folk performers.
The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse, known as The Chez to locals, was a coffeehouse where folk singers and performers would play their music. Every week a new schedule would be made, this one showcased a week in 1972.
The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse was a student center and coffeehouse in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia. This schedule is from a week in 1971.
The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse started as a prominent folk club in 1964, and the space is still used in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia. In August, Betsy Rall discovered boxes of old photos and newspaper clippings of The Chez.
People used to come to The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse to listen to folk performances. A photo from 1970 is crossed with what the coffeehouse looks like now.
The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse was a well-known coffeehouse where folk singers would come and perform. A photo of a performer from 1970 is compared with the current interior of The Chez, which is still used by the church for student gatherings. Van Shaw, who opened The Chez, used wood from an old barn to decorate the wall behind the stage.
Members of First Presbyterian Church of Columbia uncovered old photos and memorabilia from The Chez Chandelle Coffeehouse, a popular place for folk singers to perform that opened in the 1960s. The space in the church's basement is still used as a student center.
Lori Gale, an MU student, and Ryan Vangilder, an MU alumnus, look at the the official MU paisley print at The Mizzou Store on Oct. 13. Gale looked at the T-shirts and sweatshirts, remarking to Vangilder that one would make a good Christmas gift.
Anna Sutterer, an MU freshman, points out the detail of the MU Columns, which are featured in the official MU paisley print, to her father, Bob Sutterer, at The Mizzou Store on Oct. 13. Anna Sutterer wanted to check out the pattern after reading about it in an email.
A T-shirt at The Mizzou Store displays the official MU paisley print. The circle of columns in the pattern is a reference to the MU Columns.
The official MU paisley print, designed by an MU art professor in honor of the school's 175th anniversary, can be found on a variety of items sold at The Mizzou Store.
Deborah Huelsbergen, designer of the official MU paisley pattern, draws a mandala at her home in Columbia on Tuesday. Huelsbergen, who says doodling can clear your mind, teaches others the benefits of doodling.
October 23, 2014
The Stephens College volleyball team celebrates during the team's match against Benedictine University at Springfield on Thursday. The game was held at Silverthorne Arena.
Chaela Krueger, Chelsey Jackson and Kerri Kircher watch the ball teeter over the net during the Stephens College vs. Benedictine University at Springfield game on Thursday. The game was held at Silverthorne Arena.
The Stephens College volleyball team celebrates during the team's match against Benedictine University at Springfield on Thursday.
Terry Kloeppel, left, consults with a fellow referee during the Stephens College Stars vs. Benedictine University at Springfield volleyball game on Thursday.
Missouri's J'den Cox wrestles in his 197-pound class match against Ohio's Phil Wellington in the Clash of the Cats wrestling meet on Dec. 6, 2013, in Jesse Auditorium.
More than 300 people participate in Barry University’s first ever College Brides Walk on Feb. 11, 2011, with participants walking 7.5 miles in bridal gowns to raise awareness of domestic and dating violence. According to the National Survey on Teen Relationships and Intimate Violence, which is federally funded, nearly 20 percent of both boys and girls reported themselves as victims of physical and sexual abuse in dating relationships.
Michele Wheatly, a candidate for MU provost, spoke at a forum Thursday at the MU Student Center.