November 11, 2010
People gather under the archway under the tower at Memorial Union at MU prior to the Annual Wreath Ceremony for Veterans day. Although rain started falling just before, the ceremony started a good crowd was in attendance.
The ceremonial wreath is placed under the archway of Memorial Union during the annual ceremony for veterans day. The archway has names of World War One veterans etched into it.
Elders, from left, Drew Anderson, Sean Marett, Tim Stewart, Andrew Judkins and Tyler Hemenway pray during their last district meeting on Wednesday at Stephens Lake Park. Elders are stationed to a certain district for six weeks and usually don't know their next location until a couple of days before they are supposed to leave. According to Marett and Hemenway, it's possible that at least half of them will be leaving soon.
Elders watch a film about Joseph Smith on Wednesday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Old 63 in Columbia. Smith was founder of the Latter-day Saints and is considered a prophet.
Elder Tim Stewart and Elder Isaac Leffler watch a film about Joseph Smith on Wednesday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Old 63 in Columbia. Smith was founder of the Latter Day Saints and is considered a prophet.
Elder Sean Marett looks up at a Beatles poster on the wall at Gumby's Pizza in Columbia on Wednesday. According to Marett, he used to have posters plastered all over his walls back home in Utah. Marett is in the midst of his two-year mission, so he will not go home or see his family until that time is over.
Elder Tyler Hemenway straightens his tie Wednesday on Broadway. The elders dress up whenever they witness, usually in suit jackets. The ring on Hemenway's right hand bears the initials "CTR" which means "Choose the Right," a reminder to follow the ways of Jesus Christ.
Elder Sean Marett and Elder Tyler Hemenway laugh with their friend Tyler Caldwell on Wednesday on Broadway. They ran into Caldwell, a self-described "inactive" member of the Mormon church, while they were walking to the library.
Elder Tyler Hemenway and Elder Sean Marett walk downtown on Wednesday in Columbia. They have a car, but they also have a small budget, so they try to walk as much as they possibly can. They usually walk about six miles a day.
Elder Sean Marett (left) celebrates kicking a rock through Elder Tyler Hemenway's legs during their walk to Stephens Lake Park on Wednesday. The two kick rocks at one another when they are walking somewhere and there is no one for them to witness to.
November 10, 2010
Missouri volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow, upper left, gets a closeup view of a kill attempt by freshman Lisa Henning in Wednesday night's victory over Texas Tech.
Missouri junior Brittney Brimmage spikes the ball against Texas Tech in the Tigers' victory Wednesday at Hearnes Center. The win extended the Tigers' winning streak to five games.
Lee Wyatt Carter, whose date of birth is Jan. 9, 1987, was identified by Columbia Police investigators as the seventh suspect in the Oct. 23rd robbery and murder of 22 year old Aaron Hobson. Hobson was shot and killed on the parking lot of the Break Time Convenience Store at 110 East Nifong Boulevard in Columbia.
Missouri guard Bekah Mills is back on the court after missing last season with a right-knee injury. Two of Mills' three seasons at Missouri have been spent on the sidelines because of ACL injuries.
The new MU Veterans Center in Memorial Union was designed to help veterans transition from military duty to campus life. Framed uniforms and photographs taken by veterans decorate the walls of the center.
Identification card for World War II veteran Pat Shay
Pat Shay (center) stands with friends during his time serving in the Marine Corps during World War II. The three men called themselves the three musketeers.
Pat Shay is a Marine Corps veteran who served in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II. Shay's story has been recorded as part of the Veterans History Project for the Library of Congress.
A pile of pins sits in the new MU Veterans Center in Memorial Union on Wednesday.
USS Columbia memorabilia is displayed at Flat Branch Pub & Brewery. When the USS Columbia SSN 771 was built in the early 90s, the original commanders loved the recently opened Flat Branch Pub & Brewery so much that they wanted to call their cruise mess the "Flat Branch Cafe." The restaurant's logo is also featured on the submarine.