October 25, 2007
Shelly Stewart instructs Emma Olson, 8, of Lee Elementary School during the open house of the Missouri Strings Project on Sept. 8.
Kristy Workman, 8, of Midway Heights Elementary School tries a viola with the assistance of Courtney Burris during the open house for the Missouri Stings Project at MU's Fine Arts Building on Sept. 8.
Chrissy Svetlic has played No. 1 doubles for the Tigers the past two years.
Bob Kvam, left, lines up his shot while Joe Kunce, right, waits for his turn.
MU tennis coach Blake Starkey says freshman Mallory Weber "likes to hit it once and come right at you."
Firefighters investigate the scene of an accident on U.S. 63. The driver died after his car caught fire in the crash.
Hickman running back Rob Heath's father and grandfather both played for the Kewpies.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said he isn't looking forward to seeing Iowa State receiver Todd Blythe, right.
October 24, 2007
Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated Saturday night.
Debbie Kaplan, religious school director at Beth Shalom, stands for a portrait on October 23, 2007 in the new synagogue that will open on October 28, 2007. This building will also house four spacious rooms with removable partitions that will enable Beth Shalom to expand its’ Hebrew School.
MU freshman Caitlyn Vann says she is learning all she can from senior libero Tatum Ailes because she is the likely to assume Ailes’ role next season.
October 23, 2007
Jordan Cox builds his ball control skills during a drill known as “tennis” at a Columbia College practice. The Hickman graduate chose the Cougars so that he could continue to play for Kevin Roderique, his former club coach.
Todd Reesing has thrown 17 touchdowns and four interceptions for KU this season.
The old sociology building is being remodeled as part of the Reynolds Journalism Institute. The $31 million project is slated for completion by September 2008.
The Reynolds Journalism Institute will connect the old Sociology Building and Walter Williams Hall (not shown). The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation donated $31 million for the project.
The old Sociology Building is being remodeled as part of the Reynolds Journalism Institute. The $31 million project is slated for completion by September 2008.