November 7, 2008
Students of Sharyn Hyatt-Wade's art class at Rock Bridge High School work on gradations with watercolors. The students' artwork on political and controversial topics hang on the walls.
The caption for this artwork on abortion reads: "...No matter what an individual's choice is, there is always love between mother and child."
Rock Bridge High School students in Sharyn Hyatt-Wade’s class created mixed-media artwork on poltical topics. Student Bryan Tweeddale’s piece — featuring a blind-folded head painted black with gold leafing — represents his view of the economy.
In many NFL seasons, a typical Sunday for Tae Cho, left, and Michael Alexander consists of watching football from 12:30 to 9 p.m. Part of that routine consists of checking the stats of their players and coming up with scenarios for how either one could win each week.
November 6, 2008
MU forward DeMarre Carroll goes to the hoop Thursday night over Lincoln's Michael Dorton at Mizzou Arena.
Frank Warren talks to the crowd at Jesse Hall during his speech on Thursday, Nov. 6.
Shakara Jones has been one of three Tigers carrying the scoring load.
"The people who matter know what kind of relationship we have," Blaire Vandiver says.
Emily Newsom coaxes Barney to step over a board on the ground of the MU Horse Barn. Barney’s skills are being honed to prepare the horse to be sold in the MU Animal Sciences Division online horse auction taking place now until Nov 13.
From left, Jessica Abell and Jen Havens groom two horses that are being auctioned off by the MU Animal Sciences Division. The auction, which will include the sale of Penguin, left, and Diablo is taking place online until Nov. 13.
Blaire Vandiver is MU quarterback Chase Daniel's girlfriend.
Will Flood, 26, left, speaks to customer Marilyn Hicks as Larisha Jones serves Hicks her meal at Mississippi Fish Shack on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Flood and Jones are excited about Obama being elected President. It gives them hope for the future.
Gary Lewis, left, 17, RJ Hester, 17, and Patricia Hughley, 17, joke around in Douglass Park on Wednesday, Nov. 6, before heading to class at Douglass High School. The students are excited about Obama's victory on Tuesday. They think a black President will help ease racial tensions in the United States.
Retired MU faculty Steve Mudrick, left, chats with David Leuthold and William Eugene Robertson at the Reynolds Journalism Institute's presidential election watch party on Tuesday.
Hickman forward Mason Morawitz,left, is consoled by forward George Plakorus after Hickman lost 2-1 against Jefferson City Nov. 5. Hickman lost halfway through the first overtime.
Hickman midfielder Jervis Atagana dribbles around two Jefferson City defenders Nov. 5. For most of the game, the Jays held the one-goal lead they gained on Morgan's shot off a rebound. But with 8:39 left, Hickman's Mason Morawitz scored off a rebound to tie the score.
Junior guard Zaire Taylor is ready to play for Missouri after sitting out last season as a transfer student from Delaware.
Kristine Key plays a counting game with three of her eight kindergarten students at the Islamic School of Columbia.
Kristine Key, a Christian kindergarten teacher at the Islamic School of Columbia, opts to wear a hijab to set an example for her students. The hijab is a traditional Muslim head covering. Key has also been learning to speak a few phrases in Arabic.
November 5, 2008