October 21, 2010
In his 10 years with the team, Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel has an 11-16 record against South division rivals, and his teams have not won a game against the class of the Big 12, Texas and Oklahoma.
Judge Mark Pfeiffer reviews cases while sitting in his office on Monday. When reading or researching, Pfeiffer sometimes keeps an old fungo bat nearby to help him concentrate. He used the bat to play baseball with his sons during several years as a volunteer coach with the Daniel Boone Little League.
Judge Karen Mitchell stands inside the MU Law Library on Friday.
Marc Ellinger is a Jefferson City attorney and spokesman for the Let Voters Decide Initiative.
The cover of the time capsule sits in the new student center on Thursday. The capsule will contain various items from MU departments and student organizations.
Various MU items are going to be placed in a time capsule in the new student center and sealed for 50 years. The time capsule is meant to show what it means to be an MU student in 2010.
A time capsule, placed in the 1991 addition to Laferre Hall, included mechanical pencils, a calculator and a VHS tape of campus life. According the the Savitar from that year, the items were meant to “leave engineering students of the future a trail of what is going on now.”
This report gives details of a time capsule under Sanborn Field, buried by the FFA in 1979 as part of the 50th anniversary celebration. Excavated during the organization’s 75th anniversary in 2003, it contained predictions for the future of agriculture and materials from various chapters and the state association.
Robin Nuttall is a guest columnist for the Missourian
October 20, 2010
LGBTQ supporters walk from The Center Project to the United Methodist Church as part of a candlelight vigil in memory of recent LGBTQ suicides.
Chaz Freck, 10, and his mom Susan Freck and Jayme Aquino, 24, walk in the candlelight vigil for members of the LGBTQ community who committed suicide. LGBTQ youth led the supporters downtown to the United Methodist Church where they announced the names of those who had committed suicide the previous month, followed by a screening of the movie Bullied. An estimated 250 people attended, a number that far surpassed everyone's expectation, Megan Lee, the volunteer coordinator for The Center Project, said.
MU freshman tailback Marcus Murphy dodges a tackler against Colorado. Murphy said returning kicks for the Tigers gives him a chance to show off his skills.
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones, right, watches his pass in the first quarter of Saturday's game against Iowa State. Oklahoma won 52-0.
Missouri soccer players try to grab rubber balls at the start of a game of dodgeball during a walk-through session Aug. 27 at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C. The Tigers play dodgeball before every road game.
St. Louis Rams receiver Danario Alexander raises both arms in triumph after a diving 38-yard touchdown catch. "For that play to go just like it went, I kind of got emotional at that moment," he said.
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danario Alexander (84) holds onto a pass from quarterback Sam Bradford to score a touchdown Sunday against San Diego Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason.
Three white semi-trucks with ESPN's "College GameDay" park on the Eighth Street circle near Jesse Hall on Wednesday. Setup for the show is scheduled to start on Thursday.
Alpha Gamma Sigma freshman Jonathan Fuller kicks boards in place for his house's decorations Wednesday.
From left, Alpha Delta Pi freshman Leslie Dixon, FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer and Alpha Delta Pi freshman Emily Robinson work on painting FarmHouse's MU Homecoming float Wednesday.
Twenty-first District candidate John Cauthorn, R-Mexico, Mo., speaks at a candidate forum on Oct. 13 at the Daniel Boone Regional Library.