December 5, 2013
Missouri guard Earnest Ross collides with West Virginia forward Nathan Adrian during the game against West Virginia on Thursday.
Missouri guard Earnest Ross attempts to block a shot made by West Virginia forward Devin Williams during Thursday's game.
Missouri guard Jordan Clarkson regroups between plays in the men's basketball game against West Virginia on Thursday.
St. Louis Blues' Magnus Paajarvi is congratulated by teammate Maxim Lapierre after scoring past New York Islanders goalie Anders Nilsson during the second period of the game on Thursday in St. Louis.
Missouri guard Wes Clark goes in for a layup against West Virginia on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri guard Jordan Clarkson attempts to shoot during Thursday's game against West Virginia.
Deadlines don't care that you're in a minivan on I-70. Matthew Fairburn and Alex Smith write on the way to Atlanta, while Amy Stroth drives and Kevin Cook rides shotgun.
Members of the Missouri men's basketball team, cheerleaders and Truman the Tiger line up before the game against West Virginia on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Tremaine Tribble leads a chant inside a Burger King restaurant during a protest for a raise in the minimum wage Thursday in Charlotte, N.C. Fast food workers across the country walked off their jobs to fight for a $15 an hour wage.
This Jeff Gardner, taken in Zambia, shows a man on a bicycle.
Jeff Gardner took this portrait in Zambia.
Jeff Gardner sits with his photography equipment on Nov. 25.
MU graduate Mike Bold and his wife, Kathy Bold, an Auburn alumna, prepare for family rivalry during Saturday's SEC Championship game in Atlanta.
In this Feb. 11, 1990, file photo, Nelson Mandela and his wife, Winnie, raise clenched fists as they walk hand-in-hand upon his release from prison in Cape Town, South Africa.
In this Feb. 13, 1990, photo, Nelson and Winnie Mandela give black power salutes as they enter Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg shortly after his release from 27 years in prison.
In this July 24, 2007, file photo, former South African President Nelson Mandela, who had turned 89 years old on July 18, laughs while celebrating his birthday with children at the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund in Johannesburg.
Former Chancellor Brady Deaton, right, embraces R. Bowen Loftin after Loftin was announced as the next chancellor at the Reynolds Alumni Center on Thursday.
R. Bowen Loftin and his wife, Karin Christiane Loftin, greet people shortly before he was announced as MU's next chancellor at the Reynolds Alumni Center on Thursday.
R. Bowen Loftin addresses the crowd at Reynolds Alumni Center after being announced as MU's next chancellor Thursday.
R. Bowen Loftin speaks at the news conference held to announce his new position as MU Chancellor on Thursday. Loftin previously led Texas A&M University.