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Sherron Collins says goodbye

Kansas' Cole Aldrich, right, hugs Sherron Collins after Kansas' 82-65 win against Kansas State on Wednesday in Lawrence, Kan. Collins, a senior, played his last game at Allen Fieldhouse.

Rufus Reid

Reid is a jazz basist coming to Columbia. He will perform at The Blue Note and visit the high schools and MU.

Sean Fitzgerald, Zachary Tucker mug shots

Zachary Tucker, left, and Sean Fitzgerald were arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of second-degree tampering.

LeFlore speaks

Author and Stephens College alumna Lyah Beth LeFlore gives advice to students at Stephens College about breaking into the writing world Tuesday. LeFlore, a native of St. Louis, received a degree in Communications and Media.

'The Pony Express Rider'

This mural, "The Pony Express Rider," is from the General Services Administration office in Kansas City.

Indians painting

"Indians watching stagecoach in distance" is from the General Services Administration office in Kansas City.

Painting adorns wall at City Council meeting

In this Missourian file photo, the Columbia City Council discusses a project proposal to widen Forum Boulevard at a Monday meeting. "The Pony Express Rider" hangs in the background.

MU men's basketball player J.T. Tiller at Iowa State

Missouri's J.T. Tiller puts up a shot against Iowa State's LaRon Dendy in Tuesday's overtime victory for the Tigers. TIller tied a season high with 17 points.

Zaire Taylor comes through for MU men's basketball in OT

Missouri's Zaire Taylor, left, is embraced by teammate Michael Dixon after Taylor scored the winning basket in Missouri's 69-67 overtime victory Tuesday at Iowa State. It was the fourth game-winning shot of Taylor's career.

MU men's basketball at Iowa State

Iowa State's Justin Hamilton, left, and Missouri's Steve Moore, top, and Keith Ramsey battle for a rebound in Tuesday's game in Ames, Iowa.

Talking sustainability

Cloe Whittaker and Tyson Jerry give a presentation about sustainability to an environmental science class at Rock Bridge High School on Tuesday. Whittaker and Jerry are driving around the United States and Canada in a van fueled by vegetable oil in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest journey by car using alternative fuel.

Driven to Sustain

The two founders of Driven to Sustain, Cloe Whittaker and Tyson Jerry, stop by Rock Bridge High School on Tuesday to educate students about making sustainable living choices. The two Canadians are driving their van — powered by waste oil from restaurants — across Canada and the United States to break the Guinness World Record for longest journey by car using alternative fuel.

Stein explains decision to step down

Missouri women's basketball head coach Cindy Stein discusses her decision to leave the program after 12 seasons during a news conference Tuesday.

Checking the wine

Jennifer Pruett of Jacob's Vineyard holds her glass of wine up to light to check for color and sediment during a wine tasting in Eckles Hall on Monday. The wine tasting was hosted by University of Missouri's Institute of Continental Climate Viticulture and Enology and brought in wine experts from around Missouri to evaluate 25 varieties of wine.

Reviewing the wine

James Fashing looks at the list of wines he had just tasted during a wine tasting hosted by the University of Missouri's Institute of Continental Climate Viticulture and Enology in Eckles Hall on Monday. The wines were tasted without the participants knowledge of which wine was which in order for them to evaluate the tastes.

Missouri women's basketball coach CIndy Stein to leave team

Since the 2005-06 season, Missouri women's basketball coach Cindy Stein has not seen the Tigers finish better than 10th in the Big 12 Conference.

Moore gets more playing time

Missouri sophomore Steve Moore, left, fights Kansas State's Luis Colon and Chris Merriewether for a rebound in the first half Saturday at Kansas State.

Community joins in comments

Bishop Lorenzo Lawson addresses MU faculty and administration and those gathered at the Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday.

Addressing concerns

MU graduate student Jimmie Jones addresses MU faculty and administration and those gathered with his comments at the Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday.

Reviewing their notes

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and MU Chief Diversity Officer Roger Worthington go over notes prior to the start of the Town Hall Meeting called by the Legion of Black Collegians at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Monday.
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