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Herzog answers a question [Photo]

David Herzog, left, the chief financial officer of American International Group, Inc., answers a question from Bruce Walker, dean of the Robert J. Trulaske College of Business, about how Herzog manages his time during a talk on Thursday in Bush Auditorium in Cornell Hall.

Big MO Mallet [Graphic]

Dave Champlin, a member of the Big MO crew, got the instructions to make his mallet from a Jamaican big bass drum player. The mallet is 20 inches long and weighs about three pounds.

Missouri Athletic Twitter Accounts [Graphic]

Several Missouri football and basketball players have Twitter accounts, and so does the football coach. Some accounts are updated more regularly than others. Below are the number of tweets per week from some of them.

"How bout them Tigers?" [Photo]

Catalin Abagiu received a second-place award from the Missouri Press Association for this photo of Missouri's Sean Weatherspoon from the 2008 Cotton Bowl.

Pay now or pay later PDFs [Document]

Click here to download Kate Schuman's award-winning story on sewer issues from 2008, "Pay Now or Pay Later."

Drum roll, please [Photo]

D.J. Tucker, left, and David Champlin, right, the crew of "Big Mo," the drum used to lead the MIZ-ZOU cheers, watch a play in the second quarter of the game pitting the Missouri Tigers against the Furman Paladins on Sept. 19 at Faurot Field. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.

Drumming up support [Photo]

David Champlin leads an MIZ-ZOU cheer by beating "Big Mo," an oversized drum on wheels, on Sept. 19's football game with the Missouri Tigers opposing the Furman Paladins at Faurot Field. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.

Rolling thunder [Photo]

David Champlin, left, and D.J. Tucker, right, the crew of "Big Mo," the drum used to lead the MIZ-ZOU cheers, celebrate the Missouri Tigers' victory over the Furman Paladins on Sept. 19 at Faurot Field. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.

Elizabeth Olten [Photo]

Elizabeth Olten [Photo]

Candidate for mayor [Photo]

Sid Sullivan has announced plans to run for mayor of Columbia. In 2008, he was a candidate for Boone County Southern District Commissioner.

Demonstrating on the stand [Photo]

During the Wednesday afternoon session of his trial at the Boone County Courthouse, William Clinch shows the prosecutor, Dan Knight, how he used a gun to kill his former brother-in-law. Clinch is charged with shooting Jeremy Bohannon in a McDonald's parking lot on Sept 2, 2007, in Columbia.

Making an argument [Photo]

Prosecutor Dan Knight argues in court Wednesday that William Clinch sought media attention shortly after killing Jeremy Bohannon. Clinch is charged with shooting Bohannon, his former brother-in-law, in a McDonald's parking lot on Sept 2, 2007, in Columbia.

Talking about the band [Photo]

A group of parents and involved music faculty gather Wednesday at at the West Junior High School gym to discuss changing the band curriculum. Rob Nichols, the coordinator of instrumental music and Hickman band director explains that "we're not denying marching band, we're delaying it."

Director discusses changes [Photo]

Deborah Jacobs writes questions about the changing band curriculum and clarifies important points on a board while Rob Nichols, the coordinator of instrumental music and Hickman band director, clarifies answers Wednesday at the West Junior High School gym.

New Fire District chief [Photo]

Scott Olsen was selected Wednesday as the chief of the Boone County Fire Protection District.

Missouri volleyball players Paola Ampudia and Rosa Medrano [Photo]

Missouri volleyball players Paola Amudia, left, and Rosa Medrano decided to transfer to Missouri together from Miami Dade.

Texas kick returner Jordan Shipley [Photo]

Texas' Jordan Shipley looks for running room on the way to a 74-yard punt return for a touchdown Oct. 10 against Colorado. Shipley leads the Big 12 in punt return average with more than 16.4 yards per return.

Pujols and his bat [Photo]

Albert Pujols is one of the professional baseball stars who uses one of Jack Marucci's bats.

Bat maker for the stars [Photo]

Bat maker Jack Marucci shows bats, one for his son, Gino, the other for Manny Ramirez, at his shop in Baton Rouge, La. Of course, when all this started, Marucci wasn't looking to become bat maker to the stars. He simply wanted to carve a comfortable piece of lumber that his boy could use.
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