September 10, 2010
The 2,977 flags set up on the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle represent each person killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Flags set up on the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle behind Tiger Plaza commemorate the anniversary of 9/11. As part of the 9/11 Never Forget Project, 2,977 flags are set up representing each person killed in the terrorist attacks.
MU senior Krista Kruse high-fives freshman Dominique Richardson while freshman Danielle Nottingham, left, and sophomore Haley Krentz watch during pregame introductions on Friday.
MU freshman Danielle Nottingham, right, attempts to steal the ball from Arkansas's Jesse Givens during Friday's game at Walton Field.
Hickman's Wesley Leftwich runs for the first touchdown of the game on Friday at LeMone Field.
Mustapha Salau, 2, climbs up the steps dressed in traditional Muslim garb on the playground at Cosmo Park on Friday.
Khdijka Abdi, 4, left, plays keep away with Muzzammil Salau, 5, at the post-Eid prayer picnic at Cosmo Park on Friday. Abdi's family moved to the U.S. from Somalia before she was born, while Salau's family moved from Nigeria just over a year ago.
At the community gathering for the Eid prayer at Cosmo Park, Mahamat Ali replaces his cap, called a "taqiyah," that a friend jokingly took and wore Friday. Ali is currently living in Columbia but is originally from Chad. Many from the Columbia Islamic community gathered after the morning prayer to eat and talk while children played at the playground.
Amina Abdi, Fatima Mohamed, Mujidat Salau and Fawsia Hassin talk at Cosmo Park after the Eid prayer Friday. The Eid prayer celebrates the end of Ramadan and usually concludes with families gathering to eat and talk.
A mass of people congregates during an Eid al-Fitr service on Friday at the Windsor Ballroom at the Holiday Inn. Many people who attended reported that it is a day of celebration and enjoyment.
Abdurrahman Alshiha bows his head in prayer during Eid al-Fitr, the celebration of the end of Ramadan, on Friday at the Windsor Ballroom at the Holiday Inn.
In this Sept. 2 photo, Alexis Katchuk displays a tattoo on the inside of her left wrist at Shelter Gardens in Columbia. The tattoo, written in Sanskrit, roughly translates to "I acknowledge the divinity within," a personal mantra Katchuk adopted as she battled anorexia. Now, she's a Ph.D. student in nonfiction creative writing at MU.
Running back Kendial Lawrence finds an opening against Illinois. Lawrence said the Missouri tailbacks have lots of options in the offense the Tigers use. "We just had to figure out where we were and what their defense was doing."
The Kentucky Boulevard Boys are Missouri football players from Texas who met at South Residence Hall on Kentucky Boulevard. From left to right they are Zaviar Gooden, Jerrell Jackson, Michael Egnew, Marcus Murphy, Jacquies Smith and Kip Edwards.
Rock Bridge senior Elise Meyer, right, celebrates a point with senior Emily Holt on Thursday in the Bruins' victory over Boonville. The Bruins improved to 2-1 this season.
Rock Bridge freshman Ali Kreklow sets the ball for a teammate Thursday in the Bruins' win against Boonville.
Rock Bridge junior Kayla Howard, right, comes off the bench for the final point of the first game Thursday against Boonville. The game was Howard's first on the Bruins' varsity squad.
Rock Bridge seniors Elise Meyer, left, and Emily Holt reach for a block against Boonville sophomore Samantha Ivy Thursday in the second game of the Bruins' victory.
Hickman soccer player Andy Atkins watches from the sidelines in the Kewpies' home game Thursday against Raymore-Peculiar.
September 9, 2010
Rock Bridge quarterback Mark Pickerel sprints past Riverview Gardens defender Larry Fletcher in a decisive Bruins victory last weekend. It gets tougher for Rock Bridge on Saturday when the Bruins face No.2 Hazelwood Central. "We have high expectations for ourselves.” Pickerel said. “It’s a chance to get Rock Bridge football back on the map.”