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Jacob Meadows performs saxophone solo

Jacob Meadows performs in a jazz piece of his own composition. Hear his solo at the 2:15 mark.

Automated message about tornado warning

This is the automated message sent to MU employees and students about a tornado warning. The message did not mention it was part of a statewide test for Severe Weather Awareness Week. Click to listen to the message.

AUDIO: Larry James responds to Guantanamo questions

Larry James responds to questions from Jeff Stack, coordinator for the Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation, about his role at Guantanamo. Stack organized a protest Friday against James' candidacy for a senior position at the MU College of Education.

AUDIO: Daniel Clay discusses protest against Larry James

In this audio clip, MU College of Education Dean Daniel Clay discusses protests against Larry James, a candidate for a faculty position.

Patricia Sneed statement

Patricia "Penny" Sneed, daughter of the Columbia couple who died as the result of a natural gas explosion in 2008, read a statement aloud on the steps to the Boone County Courthouse after a hearing in which Circuit Judge Jodie Asel approved a settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit against Ameren Missouri.

Rabbi demonstrates shofar

Rabbi Avremi Lapine demonstrates the shofar, a ram's horn used to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana, on Tuesday at Hillel, the Jewish Campus Center at MU.

Reporter sings at Ryman Auditorium

Missourian reporter Katy Bergen and her cousin, Jay Besch, sing "Mama Tried" at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

Hamoodi family breaks their fast for Ramadan

Shakir Hamoodi breaks his fast with his family at their house July 23. The Hamoodi family, like many other Muslims, observed the Islamic month of Ramadan in which Muslims fast from dawn to sunset.

AUDIO: Digital Folk jam session

Hear Alan Jabbour and Ken Perlman join 13 local musicians in the Reynolds Journalism Institute Lobby playing traditional folk music.

New UM System President Tim Wolfe's acceptance speech

Audio of the speech made by Tim Wolfe on Dec. 13 at a news conference announcing he would become the UM System's 23rd president.

Derrik Sweeney speaks

Derrik Sweeney talks about his arrest in Egypt. Sweeney and two other American students were accused of throwing firebombs at security forces fighting with protesters.

Matt Schofield of Missouri Task Force 1 describes ground zero

Matt Schofield, Boone County Fire Protection District chief and Missouri Task Force 1 search team manager, describes ground zero.

Kurt Doolady of Missouri Task Force 1 recounts experience at ground zero

Kurt Doolady, Boone County Fire Protection District chief and Missouri Task Force 1 rescue team manager, recounts his experience at ground zero.

Chuck Leake of Missouri Task Force 1 describes his time at ground zero

Chuck Leake, Boone County Fire Protection District battalion chief and Missouri Task Force 1 leader, describes his time at ground zero after the Sept. 11 attacks.

Steve Winters of Missouri Task Force 1 recalls experience at ground zero

Steve Winters, Missouri Task Force 1 search team manager, recalls his experiences at ground zero.

Doug Westhoff of Missouri Task Force 1 discusses ground zero

Doug Westhoff, Boone County Fire Protection District assistant chief and Missouri Task Force 1 leader, discusses his time at ground zero following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Free vision screenings in Spanish at health department

The Boone County Health Department, in partnership with the Missouri Lions Eye Research Foundation, is administering vision screenings in Spanish.

One disease the screenings test for is glaucoma, which can damage optic nerve fibers and visual fields. Tamara Oberbeck, a test administrator, said it’s especially important for Hispanic adults to get tested.

Screenings are free and held at 6 p.m. every Monday through July 18 at the health department.

High school basketball coaches bring teams to Missouri summer camp

The Missouri basketball program hosted a Team Camp this week. In this video, Coach Tim Gilbert from Mid Buchanan High School and Coach Neal Bailey from Fr. Tolton Catholic High School share why their schools participated.

Composer speaks about first playing ragtime music

The J.W. “Blind” Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival was held at Jesse Auditorium on the MU Campus Sunday and Monday. Featured ragtime pianist and composer Reginald Robinson talks about how he got started playing ragtime music.

Gary Pinkel discusses Tigers in the NFL Draft

Missouri Tigers head football coach Gary Pinkel spoke with the media on Friday morning, discussing the two of his former players who were selected in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday. Pinkel shared his thoughts on the future of Blaine Gabbert and Aldon Smith with their respective NFL teams, as well as the future of the Missouri football program. Audio is courtesy of Mizzou Athletic Media Relations.
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