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True or false: The True/False trailers [Photo]

Nathan Zabel, left, and Dante Jones, right, who performed parkour stunts in promos for this year's True/False Film Festival, pose under the columns at MU on Feb. 6. Zabel, an MU swimmer, who has been practicing parkour for a year, was recruited for the spots by True/False co-founder David Wilson after posting videos of himself on YouTube.

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Image from online True/False promotional "bumper."
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Image from online True/False promotional "bumper."

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Image from True/False promotional "bumper."

Science fiction author and engineer speaks at MU [Photo]

Arlan Andrews

Oklahoma's strong second half drops Tigers [Photo]

Oklahoma center Longar Longar grabs a rebound over MU's Darryl Butterfield in Saturday's game. Oklahoma shot 50 percent for the game, and scored 38 points in the second half.

Tigers' Marable is no pushover [Photo]

Nicholas Marable's coach compares the wrestler's escapability to that of the NFL's Jim Brown.

Bulldog basketball unites small town of Harrisburg [Photo]

The banners hanging from the ceiling at Harrisburg High School's "Big Barn" show the town has reason to be proud of its high school basketball teams.

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Frank Wanner, a junior on the Harrisburg boys basketball team, helps Cameron Reasons prepare to cheer him on later Saturday night with some red and white face paint.

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Julie Schultz, 29, helps water and feed the dogs at the Columbia Humane Society. Schultz started as a volunteer in October 1998 and is now the kennel manager at the Humane Society.

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SAMUEL ADLER

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The Esterhazy Quartet, including (from left) Eva Szekely, Susan Jensen, Leslie Perna and Darry Dolezal, rehearses a musical piece by Samuel Adler in Whitmore Recital Hall at Mu on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008. The quartet is preparing for a concert to that will take place March 10 in honor of Adler's visit to MU.

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Violinist Susan Jenson, assistant professor at the MU School of Music, rehearses a musical piece by Samuel Adler with the Esterházy Quartet at Whitmore Recital Hall on Wednesday.

'Confident' Bruins to play for first state title [Photo]

Rock Bridge's M.E. Kanago shouts to her teammates on the floor during the second half of Rock Bridge's 55-42 victory against St. Joseph's Academy in the 2008 MSHSAA Class 5 semifinals on Friday night at Mizzou Arena. The Bruins will face Incarnate Word tomorrow in the State finals.

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Rock Bridge High School students Marlena Szewczyk, center, Lauren Meyer, left, and Amy Trader, right, cheer before the start of the MSHSAA Class 5 girls basketball semifinals between Rock Bridge and St. Joseph's Academy Friday night at Mizzou Arena. Rock Bridge defeated St. Joseph's Academy, 55-42, and advanced to the finals.

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Rock Bridge's Amaya Williams drives to the basket during the second half of Rock Bridge's 55-42 victory against St. Joseph's Academy in the 2008 MSHSAA Class 5 semifinals Friday night at Mizzou Arena. Williams led the Bruins with 19 points, and shot 50 percent (2-4) from behind the 3-point line.
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