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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.

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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.

5 Missouri basketball players suspended after brawl

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.

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Guard Stefhon Hannah had been leading the team in scoring, assists and steals.

Chelsea Clinton speaks at MU on behalf of her mother

Chelsea Clinton heads toward the stage set up for her meeting with MU students in Memorial Union building on Monday morning.

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A television camera records Chelsea Clinton's campaign visit at MU on Monday.

Celebrating Robert Burns

Dancers and musicians from the Central Missouri Celtic Arts Association perform a traditional Scottish dance during the Burns Night celebration at Riechmann Indoor Pavilion on Sunday. The association meets on the second Friday of each month at the First Christian Church to dance and socialize.

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Art Smith, host of the Burns Night celebration, glances at an image of the poet Robert Burns after "The Toast to the Lassies," a humorous salute to the women at the event. Later in the evening, Art's wife Amanda presented "The Lassies Response" to the men.

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Laura Billingsley, left, and Dave Mosby, members of the Columbia band Wooden Voices, perform during Burns Night, a celebration of Scottish poet Robert Burns at the Riechmann Indoor Pavilion on Sunday. The celebration also included performances by the Mid-Missouri Bagpipers.

Hannah injured after fight outside nightclub

Stefhon Hannah

In celebration of Robert Burns

Dancers and musicians from the Central Missouri Celtic Arts Association perform a traditional Scottish dance during the Burns Night celebration at Riechmann Indoor Pavilion on Sunday. The association meets on the second Friday of each month at the First Christian Church to dance and socialize.

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Art Smith, host of the Burns Night celebration, glances at an image of the poet Robert Burns after "The Toast to the Lassies," a humorous salute to the women at the event. Later in the evening, Art's wife, Amanda, presented "The Lassies Response" to the men. Dancers and musicians from the Central Missouri Celtic Arts Association performed traditional Scottish dances during the Burns Night celebration at Riechmann Indoor Pavilion on Sunday.

Tigers look to get 3-point shooting back on track

Alyssa Hollins, right, is second in the Big 12 in three-pointers made, but is a combined 2 for 10 in her last two games.

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Chelsea Clinton answers a question from Sophia Beausoleil, a 19-year-old MU sophomore in journalism and business, about Hillary Clinton's policy toward the war in Iraq at Memorial Union on Monday.

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A television camera records Chelsea Clinton's campaign visit to MU's Memorial Union on Monday.

Former MU coach Larry Smith dies

Coach Larry Smith coached the MU Tigers football team for seven years, making two bowl games. He died Monday at the age of 68.

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Cardinal John Foley

Cardinal to discuss the media and religion

Cardinal John Foley

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Stacie Ayers, who works at The Bread Basket and has three children, wants to take her kids on a vacation and buy them new clothes with her rebate.

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MU senior Sarah Menefee plans to put her rebate straight into her savings account.
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