April 17, 2008
April 16, 2008
Bill Wickersham is an adjunct professor of Peace Studies at MU, a member of Veterans for Peace and a member of the national steering committee of Global Action to Prevent War.
Members of the Show-Me Opera, DJ Jordan, front right, Emily Matthews, front left, Melissa Gaddis, back left, and Christine Jarquio perform during the opening scene of the opera, "Elixir of Love," on Monday. The Show-Me Opera will have its opening performance in Columbia on Friday.
Pat Ritchie, left, talks to his daughter, MU freshman Kaitlyn Ritchie's match against Texas A&M before she takes on her next opponent. Ritchie is present and vocal at many of his daughter's matches.
Missouri's Kaitlyn Ritchie, a freshman, returns a shot against Texas A&M in her first match on April 4.
Pat Ritchie, father of Missouri tennis player Kaitlyn Ritchie, stands in the fan section while she plays her first match against Texas A&M on April 4. His son also plays tennis at the University of Iowa.
Shelly Dometrorch, left, swears in newly elected Boone County Fire Protection District board members, from left, John Sam Williamson, David Griggs and Phyllis Fugit. Both Williamson and Griggs will serve six-year terms, and Fugit will serve a four-year term.
From left, Missouri freshmen Claire Stuckel, Elizabeth Augustine and Amanda Fleming listen as the names of the students killed last year at Virginia Tech are read off during a vigil Wednesday evening on the Carnahan Quadrangle at MU. About 100 people gathered to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting.
About 100 people gathered at the Carnahan Quadrangle at MU on Wednesday evening to mark the one-year anniversary of the Virginia Tech shooting.
Senior pitcher Jen Bruck helped lead the MU softball team to victories over Kansas in both games of a doubleheader on Wednesday. She pitched a complete game in the first game and came in relief during the second game.
Three campus Christian organizations organized a vigil Wednesday, April 16, for victims of last year’s shootings at Virginia Tech. Listen as students and community members gather on Carnahan Quad for song, verse and prayer.
University of Missouri students protested against proposed legislation that would change affirmative action as it stands in the state today. To read about the protest click
MU’s environmental group, Sustain Mizzou, organized Bike Fest to raise awareness about bike services in Columbia. Participants could register their bikes with the Columbia Police Department, learn about safety and enter a raffle for a free bike.