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Mom's biggest fan

Three generations of the Bruck family gathered in Oklahoma City on Saturday for Tiger softball and Mother's Day. Ashanti Bruck, 1, watched from the bleachers next to her grandmother Dee Bruck, as her mother, Tiger pitcher Jen Bruck, took the mound against Texas Tech. Pictured from center left are Jen Bruck, Ashanti Bruck and Dee Bruck among Mizzou players following the game.

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Mizzou pitcher Jen Bruck shares a moment with her daughter, Ashanti, 1, following the Tigers' 5-3 loss to Texas Tech in Oklahoma City on Saturday.

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Ashanti Bruck, 1, reaches for her mom's ice pack after Mizzou's game against Texas Tech on Saturday. Tiger pitcher Jen Bruck, the only mom on the team, was cheered on from the bleachers by her parents, Dee and Chris Bruck, and her daughter, Ashanti.

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Dee Bruck watches her daughter, Jen Bruck, at bat during Mizzou's game against Texas Tech. Bruck and her husband, Chris, traveled from St. Peters, Mo. with their granddaughter, Ashanti, 1, to watch their daughter play on Mother's Day weekend.

Rock Bridge boys tennis wraps up district title

Rock Bridge Bruin Aaron Frank plays a singles match against Lebanon's Matt Oursbourn at the high school tennis district meet Saturday at Rock Bridge High School.

Hickman's top singles player knocked out in quaterfinal round of districts

Hickman's Brandon Page plays a singles match against Jefferson City's Andrew Scheperle at the high school tennis district meet Saturday.

186 students graduate from Stephens College

Rhea Dehning quickly huddled her graduating daughter, Michaela, together with her brother, Mark, and dad, Chris, for a picture moments after the Stephens College commencement Saturday afternoon. Michaela graduated summa cum laude in Digital Filmmaking.

Mother’s Day bike ride brings families together

Nadine Davis rides along the MKT trail from Twin Lakes Park to Flat Branch Park with her daughters Morgan, 10, and Samantha, 7, as part of the Mother's Day ride Saturday morning, May 10, 2008. The Mother's Day Weekend Ride was the last event for Bike, Walk and Wheel Week.

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Sarah Ashman lets her son Henry Bendel, 1, play with the flowers that she received for Mother's Day halfway through the Mother's Day bike ride on Saturday afternoon at Flat Branch Park. Ashman works at Walt's bike shop who helped with the event by renting bikes to those who needed them. The GetAbout Columbia group organized the Mother's Day ride as the final event for Bike, Walk and Wheel Week.

Missouri thrower looks to represent Barbados at Olympics

Shernelle Nicholls prepares to throw her shotput during practice on April 23. Nicholls is a Barbados native studying nursing at MU and is an Olympic hopeful for the summer games.

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Shernelle Nicholls rubs her shotput with chalk at the beginning of practice The Barbados native throws for the has aspirations to go to the summer games in Beijing.

Rock Bridge knocks out Hickman with late four-run burst

Senior Bruin Eric Clark, (left) and James Hudelson talk during a break in the baseball game Thursday at Taylor Stadium in Columbia. Rock Bridge and Hickman High schools played the last rival game before districts.

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Rock Bridge Bruins pitcher Jaide Rose throws the ball at the baseball game Thursday at Taylor Stadium. The game went extra innings, ending in the ninth, with Rock Bridge winning 5-1 over Hickman.

Coaches make unplanned return lead to Hickman girls soccer

Hickman's interim girls soccer coach Jeff Wallace, left, and his assistant, Sandy Paulson, took over the team this season.

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Mike Berrett, an experimental poet, played a large part in beginning the slam poetry movement in Chicago.

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"Din & Sit: Cuts of Phi on Sein und Zeit"

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"Dinsitinson"

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"Corners"

Poetry and art guide teacher through life

Mike Barrett, an experimental poet, is one of the individuals who played a large part in beginning the slam poetry movement in Chicago.

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Several passages in 'Phidias, Heidegger, Adorno' are justified in orderly shapes, employing mathematical proportions like the Golden Ratio that have been used in architecture since ancient times.
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