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MU women's basketball player Alyssa Hollins

MU guard Alyssa Hollins says the Tigers will redeem themselves this season. "Last year we were in a lot of games, but we just couldn’t finish them."

MU men's basketbal player DeMarre Carroll

Tigers senior DeMarre Carroll says coach Mike Anderson has told him that while someone can lead by example, a true leader is verbal.

Example of artist Ben Chlapek's work

A poster designed by Columbia artist Ben Chlapek.

Chlapek prepares prints for a showing at the Ragtag Cinema

Chlapek moved to Columbia to work after quitting his full-time graphic design job in the Kansas City area. “It’s cheaper to live here, and your can walk everywhere," he said.

Artist Ben Chlapek washes off print materials

Chlapek washes paint off his print materials in the shower of his apartment/studio on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008.

Ben Chlapek prepares his screenprints for a showing

Ben Chlapek, a Columbia screenprint artist, prepares prints for a showing of his work at the Ragtag Cinema on Nov. 11, 2008.

Another option: Paint the curb

At the intersection of Northampton Drive and Bearfield Road the street signs have been take. Due to constant theft of street signs in the Bearfield neighborhood, street names have been painted at intersections.

More of the missing

The street signs on top of the pole at the corner of Pimlico Court and Bearfield Road are missing.

Missing signs

The pole at the corner of Bearfield Road and Northampton Drive is missing its street signs.

One solution: Put 'em higher

Due to the high theft of the Rolling Rock Drive sign, the city of Columbia has placed it and Rock Quarry Road signs around 20 feet above the road to deter theft of the signs.

Off the street

An MU student holds a Rolling Rock Drive street sign that was stolen from the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and Rolling Rock Drive.

Todd A. Miller

Todd A. Miller

Wayne I. McCoy

Wayne I. McCoy

Christine L. Laughlin

Christine L. Laughlin

Michael J. Clancey

Michael J. Clancey

Kenneth M. Burton

Kenneth M. Burton

Rodeo riding in church

Julie Ward rides her horse Liberty in the rodeo arena at the Cowboy Church of Ellis County on Dec. 7 in Waxahachie, Texas.

Preaching cowboy

The Rev. Jess McCabe, a visiting pastor from Alpine, Texas, holds elk antlers to illustrate a point during his sermon at the Cowboy Church of Ellis County on Dec. 7 in Waxahachie, Texas.

Abby Sun

Abby Sun

Lisa Mao

Lisa Mao
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