February 19, 2009
View Police Chief Kenneth M. Burton's previous experience.
Carl Korschgen of Columbia, places a frame into a partially constructed beehive. When bees are introduced to the hive they will use the frames as a starting point to build the honeycomb. Frames are made using a thin plastic layer coated with wax.
February 18, 2009
Author Laura Simms speaks about her early storytelling encounters with her adopted son, author Ishmael Beah, during a public lecture in Jesse Auditorium on Wednesday. Beah was once a child soldier in Sierra Leone.
Vince Pescaglia wrestles his brother K.C. Pescaglia while assistant wrestling coach Ben Smith watches from a distance during a practice before the state high school wrestling tournament. "Just keep building it one match at a time towards your goal," Smith said.
Senior Vince Pescaglia, right, listens to assistant wrestling coach Ben Smith during practice. Pescaglia did not place at last year's state tournament because of a neck injury.
Brothers Vince, front, and K.C. Pescaglia practice key wrestling moves in Hickman High School on Wednesday. K.C. Pescaglia, who currently attends MU, is volunteering his time to help his brother train before the high school state wrestling tournament.
Both MU and Kansas State players wore pink shoe laces in their shoes as part of the Pink Zone game to raise breast cancer awareness on Wednesday. Kansas State wore special pink jerseys, and coaches on both teams wore pink clothing as well.
Denise Johnson, the mother of MU women's basketball player Jessra Johnson, front row left, and her friend Terry Bentley, front row right, cheer as Johnson scores during the Tigers game against Kansas State at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday.
Kansas State's Marlies Gipson, right, secures a rebound against Missouri's Jessra Johnson, center, during the Big a game on Wednesday. Johnson scored 17 points.
Sam Bullington, left, talks to Laura Wacker, right, at the School of Metaphysics. Since beginning classes at the school three years ago Wacker says she has become much more comfortable with life. "I definitely have a much better feeling about my space in the world," Wacker said.
Missouri's Toy Richbow, left, drives down court against Kansas State's Jalana Childs,right, during their game on Wednesday. The TIgers handed Kansas State their fourth loss of the season.
Laura Wacker, of the Columbia School of Metaphysics, consults with a student before class. Wacker has been studying at the school for the past three years and took over as director after the former director, Judy Weber, left the position. "We've been in a rebuilding phase recently," Wacker said. "(Metaphysics) requires a real commitment to yourself and some people just aren't ready to make that commitment."
Michael Liberto stretches during practice at Dan Devine Pavilion.
Michael Liberto is the Missouri baseball team’s new shortstop. Liberto, a junior, transferred to MU from Delgado Community College in New Orleans.
Brittany Wen, center, glances backwards as her friends from the Columbia Swim Club watch an awards ceremony at the Missouri Grand Prix swim meet. The girls said that Katie Hoff is their favorite swimmer.
From left to right, Guy McCormack, Ashley Ebert, Erica Lindner, Catie DeVaul, and Michelle Hibbard of MU's occupational therapy department learn how to do a magic trick from Kevin Spencer. The trick is intended to help improve functioning among patients in rehabilitation therapy.
Kevin Spencer shows occupational therapy students at MU how to make a magic wand “float” in the air. Spencer teaches magic as a kind of rehabilitation therapy. He came to MU to encourage students to “think outside of the box” when it comes to types of therapy.
Salman Hyder researches tumors with accelerated growth and a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy for treating breast cancer.
Aired February 14, 2009
Episode 17 Contents
Christine Martinez talks with Sandra Zapata about Central Latino's new program "Promotores de Salud". Roberto Barros takes listeners around the world to discover how various cultures celebrate "El Carnival", otherwise known as Mardi Gras in the United States.
International and national news and the community calendar complete the show.
Host/Reporter: Dolores Obregon
Reporters:Roberto Barros, Christine Martinez
Producer: Sara Shahriari
Translator: Gabriela Renteria