March 5, 2010
Columbia College senior Veronica Smith jumps up for a layup against Williams Baptist on Friday at the Arena of Southwell Complex. The Cougars won 95-63 to advance to the AMC title game.
Junior Marla Schweisberger swings at a pitch against Saint Louis University. Schweisberger hit a three-run home run for the Tigers in the first inning of the game Friday.
Tigers sophomore pitcher Chelsea Thomas throws against Saint Louis University on March 5 at University Field. Thomas threw her third career no-hitter in the 6-0 victory.
Tim Eggleston leaves a message during a unity event at Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Friday, March 5, 2010.
Farouk Aregbe leaves a message during a unity event at Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Friday, March 5, 2010. The event was organized in connection with last Friday's cotton ball incident to heighten people's awareness of cultural and ethnic diversities on campus.
Music teacher Claudia Vergara reacts to her damaged piano after her house was destroyed in Constitucion, Chile on Tuesday. The 8.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Chile early Saturday, Feb. 27 killed hundreds of people and caused widespread damage.
Detective Steve Brown and his wife, Tina Brown, right, receive a celebration card from co-worker Erin Hull after his retirement ceremony at the Columbia Police Department on Friday.
Police Chief Ken Burton, right, congratulates Detective Steve Brown during his retirement ceremony at the Columbia Police Department on Friday.
Lieutenant John White, right, receives a retirement badge from Police Chief Ken Burton during a retirement ceremony at the Columbia Police Department on Friday.
J.T. Tiller, a guard on the Missouri men’s basketball team, reaches for the ball during 65-56 win over Iowa State on Feb. 10.
Missouri basketball player J.T. Tiller takes on Missourian reporter Alex Ruppenthal in a defensive scrimmage at Mizzou Arena on Feb. 26. During games, Tiller typically keeps his eyes on his opponent's torso to predict his next move. Tiller's goal was to stop Ruppenthal or steal the ball before he passed half-court.
Cindy Hansen, an amblyopia technician, shows the results of an eye screening to Kristin Eastman and her father, Jim Lambert, as he holds Kristin's children Caroline and Luke Eastman. Ellie Eastman looks on at the Parents as Teachers vision and hearing screening held Thursday. Caroline, Luke, and Ellie are three of a set of quadruplets, all age 2.
Cindy Hansen, an amblyopia technician, conducts a vision screening with 16-month-old Connelly Vaughn as he sits with his mother, Kylie Vaughn, at the Parents as Teachers vision and hearing screening on Thursday. Kylie Vaughn, who is a participant in Parents as Teachers, says, "It's really nice because they give you advice and let you know what (your children) should be doing — what educational level they should be at."
A laptop screen displays the results of a vision exam done at the Parents as Teachers vision and hearing screening held Thursday.
Laura Ziegler, a graduate student clinician from MU, conducts a hearing screening with 2-year-old Kaitlyn Gabrielson during the Parents as Teachers vision and hearing screening Thursday.
March 4, 2010
Columbia College senior Whitney Davis dribbles up the court against Harris Stowe on February 25, 2010.
Columbia College senior Whitney Davis is congratulated by head coach Mike Davis as the game against Harris Stowe ends on February 25, 2010. Mike Davis is Whitney Davis' father.
Kathy Forck, along with her husband Mike Forck, is a campaign director of the '40 Days For Life' protest against abortion. Forck stands outside of Planned Parenthood on Providence Road and prays the rosary Thursday during her daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. protest.
Mary Mosley, a 30-year member of the National Organization for Women, and Beth Stepanovic stand along Providence Road outside of Planned Parenthood in Columbia as part of a two-sided protest about abortion laws on Thursday.
The women of Gamma Phi Beta remember Donna Pulliam’s kind and gentle spirit. “You couldn’t feel sad or angry if you were in the room with her and talking to her,” senior Courtney Cebula said. “It just wasn’t possible.”