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Johanna Hobratschk examines Italian pottery

Johanna Hobratschk, an MU doctoral student in art history and archaeology, begins identifying Republic black-gloss pottery from the fourth or fifth century B.C. The pottery was loaned to MU by the Capitoline Museums in Italy.

Robert Griffin III leaves the game after injury

Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III leaves the game on a cart after injuring his left ankle during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, Sept. 14, in Landover, Md.

Alex Smith looks down after incomplete pass

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith looks down after an incomplete pass against the Broncos during the game Sunday in Denver.

Students release lanterns

Students release lanterns into the night sky on Sunday on Francis Quadrangle in recognition of National Suicide Prevention Week. Students donated $5 to write a message on a lantern and let it drift into the sky.

Students gathered at Francis Quadrangle release lanterns

Students gathered at the Francis Quadrangle on Sunday to light lanterns in remembrance of loved ones who have been lost to suicide. All proceeds were donated to the Mid-Missouri Crisis Line.

Krieger writes message to brother on lantern

Heidi Krieger writes a message to her older brother Eric on a lantern with the help of friends Megan Martin and Natalie Dupin during a suicide prevention memorial event Sunday.

Alvarado releases lantern

Diana Alvarado releases her lantern at Francis Quadrangle on Sunday. The event raised $550 for the Mid-Missouri Crisis Line.

Excavator claw crushes building

The claw of an excavator crushes the front of what once was Chong's Oriental Market on Monday. Opus Development Co. started demolition after several months of debate.

Workers supervise building demolition

Demolition workers supervise the destruction of the building that formerly housed Chong's Oriental Market as spectators watch from the window Monday.

Opus demolition begins

Midwest Service Group demolition workers break the glass of the Crazy Music Store on Monday. Opus Development Co. began the early stages of demolition after a temporary restraining order was set aside Friday afternoon.

Crews begin demolition work at Opus site

Midwest Service Group demolition workers break the glass of the Crazy Music Store on Monday. Opus Development Co. began the early stages of demolition after a temporary restraining order was set aside Friday afternoon.

FROM READERS: Spider web in Joe Dillard's yard

The spider webs on Joe Dillard's property often span several feet and attract insects and even small bats, which are later consumed by the spiders.

Jane Goodall hangs out with Freud, a chimp in Tanzania

Jane Goodall spends time with Freud, a chimpanzee at Gombe National Park in Tanzania. Goodall will speak on her new book and her life's work Wednesday at Mizzou Arena.

Jane Goodall plants a tree in Gombe National Park

Jane Goodall plants a tree seedling in Gombe National Park, while her son, Grub, and others watch. In Goodall's upcoming lecture at MU, "Sowing the Seeds of Hope," Goodall will discuss her more than 50 years of work in primatology and activism.

Jane Goodall interacts with chimp David Greybeard

Researcher Jane Goodall interacts with David Greybeard. He was the first chimpanzee to lose his fear of her after she began her studies in 1960 in Gombe Stream Chimpanzee Reserve in Tanganyika.

Jane Goodall and team release orphan chimp Wounda

Jane Goodall and Rebeca Atencia release orphan chimpanzee Wounda on Tchindzoulou Island. The island is part of the JGI Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center.

Jane Goodall speaks at a Peace Day celebration

Jane Goodall speaks at a 2006 Peace Day celebration in Los Angeles. Goodall will speak at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday, and organizers said the goal is to draw about 4,000 attendees.

Confederate soldier prepares for Battle of Centralia re-enactment

Jesse Koster prepares himself for the reenactment of the Battle of Mt. Zion in Centralia on Sunday. He has been fighting for the Confederates in re-enactments for the past nine years.

A 4-year-old hides behind a wagon

Lili Anna Teel, 4, hides from her mother behind a wagon after an argument at the battlefield in Centralia on Sunday.

Jesse Koster and Michael Breedlove talk before Civil War re-enactment

Jesse Koster, left, and Michael Breedlove talk before the second battle of the day at the battlefield in Centralia on Sunday.
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