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Coal Protests

MU students promoting the Sierra Club Coal Free Campus Campaign put on a demonstration at Speaker Circle on Wednesday, Sept. 16, to educate listeners on the amount of coal the MU campus uses. The group displayed the amount of coal that the MU campus burns every second and said that last year MU burned 48,000 tons of coal.

Missouri volleyball team misses a block

Missouri's Lei Wang-Francisco, left, and Amanda Hantouli miss a block at the net in the Tigers' loss to Iowa State Saturday at Hearnes Center.

MU volleyball player Amanda Hantouli argues a call

Missouri's Amanda Hantouli disputes a call awarding a point to Iowa State during the third game of the Tigers' loss to the Cyclones on Saturday at Hearnes Center.

Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon's final home game

Missouri senior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon holds up a rock from the giant 'M' in the north end of Memorial Stadium after the Tigers' win over Iowa State on Saturday, a tradition for seniors at Missouri after their final home game.

Alexander takes on Iowa State's Michael O'Connell

MU wide receiver Danario Alexander, right, tries to work his way around Iowa State's Michael O'Connell during the first half of the Tigers' game against the Cyclones on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Hickman Goalie

Hickman goalie Chuck Wilson dives to try stop another CBC goal during the first half of the semi-final round of the 2009 state soccer championship on Friday night. Wilson missed, giving the Christian Brothers College Cadets another goal. The Cadets defeated the Kewps 6-2. The Kewpies will play the loser of the St. Louis University and Park Hill semifinal game Saturday at 1 p.m. in Fenton, Mo.

Hickman Soccer coach

Hickman High School head coach Adam Taylor gives his team a pep talk during the halftime break of the semi-final round of the 2009 state soccer championships on Friday night in Fenton, Mo.

Hickman Soccer loss

From left, Hickman Kewpie Colin Janicek and Alex Holliday wait for the action to recommence as CBC fans heckle them in the background on Friday night. The Kewpies lost their semi-final game of the State tournament against the Christian Brothers College Cadets, 6-2.

Taking the turkey out of the oven

Graduate students who attend the MU Asian Affairs Center prepare a turkey for their celebration on Thursday.

Broken water main floods Hitt Street

Police have blocked off a portion of Hitt Street because a broken water main is flooding the street.

Water main breaks near Hitt Street and University Avenue

A water main break on Hitt Street between Paquin Street and University Avenue caused police to block off the road on Friday morning.

Ricky Kreklow takes a shot

Rock Bridge senior guard Ricky Kreklow shoots over Rock Bridge senior forward Charlie Henderson during Thursday evening's Green and Gold scrimmage at Rock Bridge High School.

Rock Bridge senior forward moves to take shot

Rock Bridge senior forward Trey Millard moves into the Bruin defense to take a shot during the Green and Gold scrimmage at Rock Bridge High School on Thursday night.

First ladies reading program

Anne Deaton (center) sings the "Five Little Monkeys" song after reading to preschoolers at the Robert G. Combs Language Preschool on Thursday. From left to right, Parker Quinn, Karen Hecksel student clinician, Jackson Moore, Cole Donigian and Caitlin Dawdy lead student clinician sing along with Deaton, while playing with paper monkeys and a blanket. "I got to read to the leaders of tomorrow," Deaton said.

Lactation Station at MU

Two chairs, a foot stool, a table, a garbage can and a sink represent all the furniture in the Lactation Station at Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center at MU. The small room was designed for mothers who were in need of a place to breast feed, but it is rarely used.

Ellis Library bathroom

The women's bathroom on the second floor of Ellis Library. Seeing a woman breast-feeding in a bathroom on campus helped inspire Linda Blockus, director of undergraduate research at MU, to push for the Lactation Station at MU.

Offensive lineman Kurtis Gregory

Missouri offensive lineman Kurtis Gregory (78) stretches with his teammates during a football practice Tuesday.

Missouri football's Danario Alexander

Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander, a native of Marlin, Texas, is one of about 50 players from Missouri and Navy who hail from the state.

Traffic slowed down by crash

Adam Craig, center, checks out the damage to his car as Jacalyn Braznell, left, looks on Thursday afternoon after a four-car accident at the intersection of College Avenue and Stadium Boulevard.

Tiller injures foot

MU senior guard J.T. Tiller is helped up after sustaining an injury to his left foot during the Tigers' home opener against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday. Tiller did not return to the game.
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