Rejoicing over Mubarak's resignation

Egyptians celebrate the news of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, who handed control of the country to the military, in Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, on Friday.

Protesters outside Egyptian television headquarters

Protesters stand on a tank in front of the Egyptian television headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, on Friday, shortly before President Hosni Mubarak resigned as president and handed control to the military.

Egyptians celebrate in Tahrir Square

Egyptian women celebrate the news of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, who handed control of the country to the military, in Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, on Friday.

The finish line

Freshman Nick Keao picks up his ticket for the upcoming MU vs. KU men's basketball game. Keao and his friends waited in line at Mizzou Arena since about 4:30 a.m.

Wait and watch

Mary Poettgen, left, who works part time for the athletic department, watches the line on Friday morning. MU juniors Rachel Barry, next to Poettgen, and Austin McNabb, center, stand in line for MU vs. KU men's basketball tickets. Barry and McNabb had been in line since 6 p.m. Thursday and pitched a tent to keep warm. "It was like 4 degrees out, but we were prepared," McNabb said.

Ready to lay in wait

Melissa McNamee and Jackie Rogers wait for MU v KU tickets, which went on sale Friday at 7 a.m. The two had been waiting in line since 3 a.m. and brought blankets to rest in the cold. "I really don't know if I own enough blankets that could have helped keep me warm last night," Rogers said.

A different sort of lineup

MU students wait in line outside of Mizzou Arena on Friday morning for MU vs. KU men's basketball tickets. The ticket office began handing them out a little before 6 a.m.; by 7:25 a.m., more than 500 tickets had already been distributed.

MU basketball player Laurence Bowers vs. Colorado

Taking the ball to the basket against Missouri's Laurence Bowers, right, doesn't always work successfully.

MU guard RaeShara Brown with coach Robin Pingeton

Missouri coach Robin Pingeton says its a combination of ability and understanding of the game that makes guard RaeShara Brown such a good defender.

Columbia College men's basketball player Jordan Dressler vs. Columbia College

Columbia College sophomore Jordan Dressler drives through the McKendree defense Thursday night in the Cougars' loss at Southwell Complex.

McKendree edges Columbia College men's basketball team

McKendree senior Brad Copelin puts up a reverse layup Thursday again Columbia College.

Rock Bridge boys basketball player Matt Kelly

Rock Bridge's Matt Kelly looks down court against Jefferson City on Thursday. The Bruins won 69-51.

Rock Bridge junior Lindsey Cunningham

Rock Bridge junior Lindsey Cunningham scored 19 points and sparked the Bruins in a 69-40 senior night win over Jefferson City.

Missouri shortstop Jenna Marston

Missouri shortstop Jenna Marston takes infield at practice on Thursday. Marston as All-Big 12 as a freshman and earned a spot on the USA National Women's baseball team at the IBAF Women's Baseball World Cup in Venezuela last summer.

MU softball player Rhea Taylor

Missouri's Rhea Taylor takes batting practice on Thursday. Taylor led the Big 12 and set a Missouri record with a .452 batting average in 2010. Taylor hit .404 in 2009 and a Missouri freshman record .402 in 2008, when she became the first Tiger to win the Big 12 Freshman of the Year.

Rock Bridge girls' basketball player Kelsey Harrington against Jefferson City

Rock Bridge's Kelsey Harrington gets blocked against Jefferson City High School in a 69-40 Bruins win on Thursday.

Play re-creates trial that charges Dr. Frankenstein

The Historical and Theatrical Trial Society staged "Creating Life and Death: The Trial of Dr. Frankenstein" in Jesse Hall on Thursday night. The plaintiff's attorneys played by Bradford Lear, left, and Whitney Miller listen to Josephine Larison, who plays a representative from the Society Against Revenant Technology Experts in the performance. Revenant means an animated corpse.

MU art department buys printmaking press

MU professors Chris Daniggelis, left, and Joe Johnson try to transport a new printmaking press to the correct classroom Thursday. Daniggelis sawed off an inch of the base because the press was slightly too large to fit through the door.

Fifth Ward candidate Glen Ehrhardt

Fifth Ward candidate Glen Ehrhardt, a Columbia resident for more than 30 years, says his top priorities are economic development, public safety and maintaining the character of the city's neighborhoods.

Fifth Ward candidate Helen Anthony

Fifth Ward candidate Helen Anthony, a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission, wants to revise the city's zoning regulations and land use policies.