October 19, 2007
Justin K. Darnel
You may have seen the art, but do you know who the artist is? See if you can recognize Sabra Tull Meyer's bronze sculptures.
At 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 19, Arvarh E. Strickland, professor emeritus of history at MU, was honored in the renaming of the General Classroom Building. The building is now Arvarh E. Strickland Hall. It is the first building on campus named for an African American.
On Oct. 14, kite clubs from Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City met at Cosmo-Bethel Park in Columbia as part of the One Sky One World kite festival. One Sky One World is an international organization that promotes peace and friendship throughout the world through kite flying.
October 18, 2007
Missouri is expecting to good things from Marshall Brown, who scored 10.1 points per game last season, including a career-high 28 at Kansas State.
A makeshift tombstone marks the site of the tree felled by gusts of wind.
The splintered remains of the tree lie strewn about outside Kilk's.
A tree fell on Klik's bar at about 11 p.m. Wednesday as severe weather rolled through Columbia.
Caleb Rowden picks at his guitar at Christian Chapel on October 7. Caleb has been playing guitar since high school but only recently began writing his own music.
Caleb Rowden performs with his band at Christian Chapel on October 7. Caleb and his band have recently been signed to a record label and are planning a tour.
Caleb Rowden and his wife, Aubrey, take a break in his office between services at Christian Chapel on October 7. Caleb has been the worship and creative arts director at the church since the beginning of the year.
Janice Templemire, right, a nurse in the breast health center at the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, and Jeanne Shellabarger, nurse clinician, go over some forms at the hospital. Templemire not only treats cancer patients but she is also breast cancer survivor.