March 7, 2009
Missouri junior Greg Folgia leads off first base against Ball State on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
Lawrence Washington comes out of his lineman's stance during workout Saturday at Rock Bridge High School for the Trojans, Columbia’s new semi-professional football team.
Rock Bridge forward Rachel Rutter drives to the basket against Nixa on Saturday in the Class 5 state quarterfinals in Rolla. Rock Bridge lost 44-39.
Rock Bridge junior Amaya Williams leaps towards the basket in an attempt to score against Nixa on Saturday in the Class 5 state quarterfinals in Rolla. Rock Bridge lost 44-39.
Missouri's Leo Lyons struggles to pick up a loose ball in front of Texas A&M's Chinemelu Elonu in the Tigers' loss March 7 at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas
March 6, 2009
MU junior Kyle Gibson pitches during the first game of a four-game series against Ball State on March 6 at Taylor Stadium. Gibson struck out 13 batters, a career high, in the Tigers' 4-1 win over the Cardinals.
Part of Darryl "DMC" McDaniels' presentation Thursday night at Jesse Hall was his raps. These included commentary on other hip-hop artists as well as his own life stories.
CORRECTED CAPTION: Darryl "DMC" McDaniels speaks about hip-hop — past and present — on Thursday night at Jesse Hall. He said he thinks generation differences are a big influence on the changes taking place in the hip-hop world. An earlier caption misspelled his name.
March 5, 2009
Darryl "DMC" McDaniels speaks to MU students about what hip-hop was like when he first started compared with how it is now.
*CORRECTION: Darryl McDaniels was incorrectly spelled "Daryl McDaniels" in an earlier version of this article.
MU junior Liz Straatmann, left, takes a break to chat between the vault and uneven bars portions of the Cat Classic at Hearnes Center.
Columbia College's Christian Lewis goes for two-points against Williams Baptist College's Charles Wilson(during the first round of the American Midwest Conference tournament on Thursday.
Skylar Tolson breaks up an offensive at practice on Thursday. "I wish we had 10 others like him," Rock Bridge coach Jim Scanlon said. "He never takes a minute off.”
A smiling jester dominates artwork by Praise Tyler.
Shades of red and yellow color artwork by Christopher Frank.
Artwork by Faith Elsbury, a third-grader at Lee Elementary, includes bright colors.
Blind artist John Bramblitt uses his hand to feel a Lee Elementary third grader's painting. Bramblitt, who lost his vision in 2001, uses the different textures of paints to identify colors.
John Bramblitt guides the hands of a Lee Elementary student on Thursday afternoon. Bramblitt, who uses different textures to identify paints and colors, taught the students how to paint without using their eyes.
John Bramblitt instructs Lee Elementary third-graders Praise Tyler and Christopher Frank as they attempt to paint blindfolded. Bramblitt, who lost his sight in 2001, visited the school on Thursday to talk with the students about what it is like to be a visual artist that cannot see.