November 11, 2007
Army ROTC Cadet Second Lieutenant Ryan Clearwater advises the members of his platoon to check that their cell phones and pagers are turned off before the start of the 22nd annual Veteran's Day Parade. The parade began at the MU Francis Quadrangle and proceeded up 8th Street to the Boone County Courthouse.
Members of the University of Missouri ROTC Army, Navy, and Airforce Color Guards walk through the university gate from Francis Quadrangle during the 22nd annual Veteran's Day parade. The parade began at 10:40 a.m. and proceeded up 8th Street, ending at the Boone County Courthouse.
Benjamin Walters, left, and Paolo Angeles march in front of the Veterans Memorial at the Boone County Courthouse. This was the 22nd Annual Veterans Day Vigil, and cadets kept watch over the memorial for 24 hours, from 11:11 a.m. on Saturday, November 10 to 11:11 a.m. on Sunday, November 11th.
"It was humbling," said Jennifer Gruening, 19, cadet third class of the MU ROTC, after taking her turn at the 22nd Annual Veterans Day Vigil in front of the Boone County Courthouse. Cadets kept a 24-hour vigil, working in pairs and marching silently in front of the Veterans Memorial. Every hour a cadet honored ROTC alumni serving in active duty by reading their names aloud from a podium in front of the courthouse.
MU quarterback Chase Daniel received a letter from the Heisman Trust notifying him he was on a short list of potential invitees to the awards presentation.
November 10, 2007
Tyler Frazer, grills hot dogs on the worlds largest grill. The grill, which is 80 ft long with the truck attached, has 40 sq ft of grilling space and weighs 71,000 lbs.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel (10) hands the ball off to Tony Temple during the first half of Saturday's 40-26 Missouri win over Texas A&M.
Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (9) runs past Texas A&M defensive back Jordan Pugh (25) during the second half of Saturday's 40-26 Missouri win.
MU Forward Shakara Jones puts up her hands during the MU versus Murray State game Friday
Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson talks with players after a practice recently.
November 9, 2007
Darryl Butterfield saw his first action of the year on Thursday against Missouri Western.
Cougars coach Melinda Wrye-Washington, left, came into the 2007 season with 355 wins and 52 losses.
Tiger assistant women’s basketball coach Allison Guth, left, stands next to head coach Cindy Stein. Guth and Stein are both former Illinois players.
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Tony Temple runs against Iowa State
Lorenzo Williams and his teammates all touch the “AO 25” sign at the entrance to the locker room before they run onto Faurot Field.
Text plays a key role in "Features From Currents #62" by Robert Rauschenberg, who was dyslexic. It's part of the exhibit "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Evoking the jumbled, jazzy visual rhythms of the modern American city in "L.A. Uncovered #12" (1998), part of the new exhibit "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Artist Robert Rauschenberg included life-size X-rays of his skeleton in his six-foot self-portrait "Booster," from 1967. It's part of "Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg From the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections" at the National Gallery in Washington.
Kristina Cross is shown here at the Raynor Columbia Armory for the Missouri National Guard on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007. The 25-year-old enlisted in the Army National Guard in 2001.