November 14, 2010
Hannah Crown, Rudi Petry and Lia Neitzert participate in A Walk in Their Shoes Benefit Walk to support the Hunger Project organized by their Stephens College peers at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday. Crown and Petry are first year students, while Neitzert is in her final year.
Hannah Crown, left, and Danielle Wineman, both first-year theater majors at Stephens College, participate in their classmates' capstone project at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday. This simulation had participants take off their shoes, if they desired, and carry buckets of water to show how people in Third World countries live.
Enjoying the fall weather, from left, family friend Tasha Pryor, 13; granddaughter Amari Clifton, 7; twin grandsons RaShon and RaShad Thorton, 4 months; Verna Laboy; and granddaughter Lyric McGruder, 2, spend time together on Laboy's front porch on Oct. 31. Laboy is the family matriarch and has been actively involved with her neighborhood for sixteen years.
Verna Laboy, left, and her husband, Gil Laboy, enjoy a cool Halloween afternoon on their porch swing at their home on Worley Street on Oct. 31. Verna has been active in improving her neighborhood for 16 years.
K. Kendall Mathews worked with these children in the summer of 1984 while serving as a camp counselor at Camp Wonderland in Camp Lake, Wisc. The children lived in the Chicago housing projects.
November 13, 2010
Carthage senior Joseph Curti, right, elbows his teammate Victor Lopez, left, in a 1-0 loss to Rock Bridge on Saturday. Neither team scored until the 53rd minute of the class 3 quarterfinal.
Rock Bridge junior Ryan Schmidt sends the ball downfield past charging Carthage junior Walter Avalos. Schmidt assisted senior Danny Baird's game-winning goal in the 53rd minute of the quarterfinal.
Carthage freshman Henry Oxlaj reacts to his team's 1-0 loss to the Bruins at the class 3 quarterfinal on Saturday.
Rock Bridge senior Danny Baird moves downfield past Carthage junior Arnold Herrera in the state semifinal Saturday. Baird scored the game's only goal on an assist from Ryan Schmidt.
Rock Bridge high school fans cheer on the Bruins soccer team during the game against Carthage at the class 3 quarterfinal on Saturday at Rock Bridge. "We had tons of fans, which really pumped us up," said Bruins senior captain Danny Baird, who scored the game's lone goal.
Rock Bridge soccer players Matthew Kelly, left, and Danny Baird, right, hug as they celebrate their win over the Carthage Tigers 1-0 at the class 3 quarterfinal on Saturday.
The Missouri volleyball team stays to sing the alma mater after their win over the Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday. The Tigers beat the Aggies 3-0.
From left, Rosa Medrano and Paula Ampudia's parents,Pablo and Luz Maria, relax in between plays during the Missouri volleyball game on Saturday. Ampudia's parents traveled from Colombia to watch their daughter play. This is the first time they have seen her play in the United States.
One of the Wisconsin-Milwaukee ultimate team coolers sits next to the sidelines of the match against Loyola-Chicago. at the Missouri Loves Company ultimate frisbee tournament at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday.
University Wisconsin-Milwaukee player Dan Margulis launches a frisbee past Loyola-Chicago player James Barton at the Missouri Loves Company ultimate frisbee tournament at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday
University of Missouri player Alex Gonzalez, right, looks on as teammate Ryan Meinkoth, left, throws the frisbee up the field during at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday.
University of Missouri player Colin McCartney looks downfield for a teammate to pass to at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday
Loyola-Chicago player Benton Fletcher looks downfield past Wisconsin-Milwaukee player Kevin Pettit during the Missouri Loves Company ultimate frisbee tournament at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday
Several Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Loyola-Chicago players jump up to grab the disc during the Missouri Loves Company ultimate frisbee tournament at Cosmopolitan Park on Saturday. Fifty-six teams took part in the event hosted by MU Ultimate.
Robert Logan buys tomatoes from Noah Thoenen and Mikayla Grellner at the indoor Columbia Farmers' Market at Rock Bridge Christian Church on Saturday. Thoenen has been selling his produce at the farmers market for nine years. His stand had squash, turnips, tomatoes, and other vegetables for sale. The market will operate indoors through most of the winter.