October 12, 2010
Ricky Krecklow, left, and Michael Dixon, right, take a break from talking to the press to take some shots on Media Day at Mizzou Arena.
The press got the first look at the new Mizzou uniforms during media day at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday.
A rack of balls sits on empty Norm Stewart Court in Mizzou Arena before media day on Tuesday.
Kim English talks to the press during media day at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. English said he considered himself the voice of the team.
Lauren Frisch, a freelance photographer stationed in Columbia, takes a photo of Ashley Gonzalez, 18, as part of the Clinique Fresh Faces 2010 Tour tent on Lowry Mall on Tuesday. Women who participated received a free makeover, a photo taken by a professional photographer and Clinique samples. If interested, women also had a chance to enter to win a paid internship with Clinique in New York for the summer as well as a behind-the-scenes experience at Teen Vogue for one week.
Sean Swinney, makeup artist for Clinique, gives a free makeover to Tarae Cain, 18, at the Clinique Fresh Faces 2010 Tour tent on Lowry Mall on Tuesday. Lauren Berndsen, North America Marketing at Clinique, said MU is the sixth stop out of the 13 locations they are visiting on the tour and has hosted the most participants so far. "We haven't had a turnout like this yet," she said. "This is an amazing campus."
Evidence markers delineate the scene of a shooting that occurred near Creasy Springs Road on Tuesday.
Officer Tony Ash walks to his car carrying a bloody rag after responding to a shooting that occurred off of Creasy Rd. on Tuesday.
Rescue workers and officials test the rescue capsule that will be used to extract the 33 trapped miners one by one Tuesday at the San Jose Mine near Copiapó, Chile. The first of 33 trapped miners is expected to be lifted to the surface late Tuesday after surviving more than two months below ground.
A scrapbook page from the 1970s shows photos of The Wardrobe in its first years.
Volunteers sort clothing contributions in this archive photo from The Wardrobe's scrapbook.
Beverly Miles, one of the original founders of The Wardrobe, holds an award that the store's early board members gave her in 1971, acknowledging her efforts with the business. "It was a personal tribute to me, which made it extra special," Miles said. The Wardrobe will be celebrating its 40th anniversary on Saturday.
Nez Roberson stands with his grandmother as she checks out at The Wardrobe on Oct. 5. Roberson pushed their basket in between the clothes isles and selected stuffed animals and toys to take home with him.
From left to right, Pauline Marienfield checks qualification papers for Tina Carter and Melodee Roberts at The Wardrobe on Oct. 5. Carter and Roberts said they have been going to The Wardrobe for the past couple of years.
People wait in line for The Wardrobe to open on Oct. 5. The Wardrobe is a nonprofit organization that gives away free clothes to referral families and is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Many of the volunteers have served for years and complete tasks such as sorting out the clothes, checking people in and setting the clothes out for people to take.
October 11, 2010
A maquette of Blind Boone, unveiled at a ceremony on Monday, represents a larger version that will be created by sculptor Harry Weber.
From left to right, Greg Olson; Susan Altomari; sculptor Harry Weber and Jack A. Batterson, author of "Blind Boone: Missouri's Ragtime Pioneer" examine a maquette of Blind Boone playing piano on Monday at the unveiling in the Reynolds Alumni Center. The maquette will be placed in the Tribute Garden at Boone's house and represents a larger version that Weber will create.
From left to right, Clyde Ruffin, president of the Blind Boone Heritage Foundation; sculptor Harry Weber; and Jack A. Batterson, author of a book about Boone, unveil a maquette to be placed in the Tribute Garden behind Boone's house. The ceremony took place Monday in the Reynold's Alumni Center at MU. The maquette is a model for a larger life size work to be created by Weber.
Pablo Mendoza, MU's assistant director of student life, and Ryan Black, coordinator of MU's LGBTQ Resource Center, organize MU students for a group photo in front of Jesse Hall to celebrate National Coming Out Day.
Breianna Cowins, an MU sophomore, holds a pride flag during a National Coming Out Day event on campus Monday. Cowins said this year's event was "a lot more involved this year than it was last year."