October 10, 2007
Amy Murdock, left, a staff registered nurse at University Hospital's pediatric unit, discusses standards of patient care with student nurse Chelsey McMahon, right, on Oct. 2, 2007. McMahon, a senior at MU's Sinclair School of Nursing, is doing her clinicals in pediatrics as part of a four-year nursing program.
Kaldi’s Coffee opened this week on Ninth Street, adding one more coffee venue to downtown. Kevin Larson, left, chats with Rob Gaskin, a cook at Kaldi’s, just after the end of his shift Tuesday.
October 9, 2007
Redshirt sophomore Lei Wang has played both setter and hitter in Julianna Klein’s absence.
Redshirt freshman wideout Jeremy Maclin is on pace to break former NFL standout Marshall Faulk’s collegiate record for all-purpose yards gained by a freshman.
David Bonuchi, Hickman sophomore, is healing from a broken wrist, but should be ready to dive within a few weeks.
Freshman linebacker Andrew Gachkar tosses a ball during warm-ups.
Senior midfielder Jimmy Stranz watches from the sideline as his team plays William Woods.
October 8, 2007
Cubbies that were filled with Gold Rush T-shirts at Tiger Spirit on Saturday were empty Monday. Tiger Spirit sold out of the shirts within two hours of opening.
Cubbies that were filled with Gold Rush T-shirts at Tiger Spirit on Saturday were empty Monday. Tiger Spirit sold out of Gold Rush shirts within two hours of opening.
October 7, 2007
Jack Schultz, director of the Bond Life Sciences Center, has been around the world as a researcher, but he’s also passionate about music.
Boen Quinlan, owner of the comic book store Quinlan Keep, will be closing at the end of October after almost two years in business.
Glass artist Santo Noce holds a glowing hot goblet-in-progress. Noce works with color borosilicate, a glass material made of silica and boric oxide, in his Columbia art studio.
Santo Noce holds one of his pieces — a glass paperweight with a trapped air anemone design.
John DeClue works on a pendant in Santo Noce’s glass studio, which is run out of a converted barn behind his northwest Columbia home on Barberry Avenue. The two men are among a handful of local artists who use borosilicate, or “hard glass.”
Ice Chalet Antique Mall owner Jim LaRue, left, and his son, Scott LaRue, wheel a glass display case Saturday in preparation for the move to the antique mall’s new location.
Dolls are just one of the thousands of collectibles found at Ice Chalet. Vendors are offering discounts on most items before the mall’s relocation, which takes place later this month. Ninety of Ice Chalet’s 200 vendors will relocate with the store.
Lee Griggs, left, and Gage Mccoy, both 9, search for sports memorabilia at the Ice Chalet on Saturday. The friends have been collecting sports cards for the last two years and were excited to find a few bargains at the store’s moving sale.
Wanda and Pat Simonson of Seneca, Neb., take advantage of their visit to Columbia to shop for bargains at the Ice Chalet Antique Mall's moving sale on Saturday.