March 1, 2008
Missouri's Keon Lawrence shoots the ball around Baylor's Kevin Rogers during the first half of Saturday's game.
Andee Allen of the MU softball team is tagged out by Tyler Benson as she slides into second base during play against Boston University.
February 29, 2008
Hao Li, left, and Qingsong Yu, right, stand in front of their lab equipment at MU's School of Engineering. Both studied in China before earning their doctorates in the United States.
Jingqian Xu, 25, practices a traditional Chinese dance for Saturday night's International Fashion Show.
Wendi Wong, 20, practices a traditional dance of the Wei Wu Er, one of China's many ethnic minorities.
From left, Shengu Lu, Jingqian Xu and Wendi Wong practice their routine. "This international fashion show is a really good opportunity for international students to present their own culture," Shengu said.
This van is one of six vehicles that was hit early Friday on Southampton Drive.
Neighbors on Southampton Drive woke early Friday to the sound of a car crash in their front yard.
The MU gymnastics team give each other high-fives after the bars event at the Cat Classic on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.
Sarah Shire attempts a landing off the balance beam at the Cat Classic on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.
Ashley Khederian begins her mat routine at the Cat Classic on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.
February 28, 2008
176-year-old Edgewood Farm. The experience of discovering this house still resonates as the Old Creepy House Explorers Club's favorite.
Edgewood interior. The metal across the floorboards was all a previous owner had to help him walk from his shack to the kitchen. It was installed by a stranger at the time, who in return inherited one-third of the multimillion dollar farm.
From left, Cindy Durk, Kent Durk and longtime friend Laurie Shelhart are known as the Old Creepy House Explorers Club. Before they became a team, they hung out at movie night every Wednesday.
Missouri's Alyssa Hollins (12) fights for a rebound against Iowa's Kelsey Bolte.
The Cherry Street Artisian filled up with people looking to get their hands on some True/False tickets when they went on sale at noon on Thursday. The Columbia Police and Fire departments requested that some of the crowd be moved outside because the space was over its capacity of 187 people.
Assistant Fire Marshal Lt. Shawn McCollom and Columbia police Officer Tim Thomason talk with Paul Sturtz about the oversized crowd in the Cherry Street Artisan. "We recieved a complaint about there being too many people in the building." Lt. McCollom said. "If a reasonalbe person stood in here and thinks that there's more than 187 people then we have to do something about it." Officer Thomason added. Sturtz had to ask some customers to wait outside until their turn came to purchase their tickets.
Bryce Youmans, 6, watches as his shake is prepared at Sparky's season opening on Monday.