January 31, 2008
Stephens College students file into the Kimball Ballroom in Lela Raney Wood Hall for the college's 175th birthday celebration on Thursday. The celebration included a speech from Wendy Libby, the President of Stephens, and a cake shaped to repesent the 175th year.
Douglass senior Cameron Scott runs from the top of the court during a practice scrimmage against teammates Wednesday.
January 30, 2008
Kevin Walsh stands in his empty store on Ninth Street, Kevin's World, which he closed after being open 18 months. Walsh wants to be remembered for his experiment in retail and bringing people together. He now works for the State Historical Society as a security guard. He also is a member of its program committee.
A house stands off Mills Drive, near the Limerick Lakes Neighborhood Association.
The Limerick Lakes Neighborhood Association had speed bumps put on various roads to slow down traffic in the area, which is located near Forum Boulevard.
Megan Anz walks her 4-month-old baby Anneliese down Limerick Lane, part of the Limerick Lakes Neighborhood Association. Anz recently moved here because of her husband's residency at University Hospital, and likes the variety of her neighbor's ages.
George Curtis, left, and Chris McHale, carpenters with Huebert Builders, work inside the main theater of the new Ragtag at 10 Hitt St.
George Curtis, a carpenter with Huebert Builders, breaks down scaffolding in the cafe in the new Ragtag at 10 Hitt St.
Wayne Huebert, a contractor with Huebert Builders, marks out measurements while working inside the main theater of the new Ragtag at 10 Hitt St. just south of Broadway.
The MU Tigers return to the floor after a timeout in the second half of Wednesday night's game against Nebraska. The Tiger's lost 66-62.
January 29, 2008
Missouri Tigers guard Stephon Hannah had his jaw broken during an altercation at Athena Night Club on Sunday. The Tigers had defeated Colorado in Boulder earlier that day.
Rep. Kenny Hulshof has announced his bid for Missouri governor.
Margaret Truman smiles happily in her dressing room after her concert appearance in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 8, 1950, when she sang before her parents, President and Mrs. Truman, and British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, who were in the audience. The only child of former President Harry Truman died Tuesday. She was 83.
Margaret Truman keeps in step with comedian Jimmy Durante, left, and his partner, Eddie Jackson, as they rehearse in Hollywood on March 14, 1952.
President Truman drops his ballot in a box while his daughter Margaret awaits her turn to vote in Independence on Nov. 5, 1946.
Presidential candidate John Edwards lists his goals for the next several years of American history while speaking to a group of supporters in Jefferson City on Tuesday. After his speech, Edwards took time to answer questions and pose for pictures before making a short presentation for the television stations covering the event.
Marilyn Parrish, a supporter of John Edwards, helps muster support by handing out stickers and signs at Edwards' campaign rally in Jefferson City on Tuesday. Parrish took vacation time from her job working for the Secretary of State so that she could attend the rally.
After signing autographs and taking pictures with supporters following his speech at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles banquet hall in Jefferson City on Tuesday, Presidential Candidate John Edwards leaves for his next event.
MU basketball players (from top left) Marshall Brown, Stefhon Hannah, Darryl Butterfield, (from bottom left) Jason Horton and Leo Lyons have been indefinitely suspended from the team for violating team rules.
January 28, 2008
Guard Stefhon Hannah had been leading the team in scoring, assists and steals.