May 3, 2015
Missouri infielder Zach Lavy grimaces after hitting a fly ball against the Ole Miss Rebels on Sunday at Taylor Stadium. The Tigers lost 4-3.
CORRECTED CAPTION: Missouri right fielder Emily Crane, right, and her teammates embrace first baseman Kelsea Roth, center, after Roth hit the game-winning sacrifice fly to defeat the Florida Gators on Sunday at University Field. Roth was playing in her final regular season home game. An earlier version of this caption misstated Roth's game-winning play.
Missouri third baseman Paige Bange tags out Florida catcher Aubree Munro on Sunday at University Field. The Tigers held the Gators to three hits and seven scoreless innings.
Missouri right fielder Emily Crane, left, shares a laugh with Florida second baseman Kelsey Stewart on Sunday. The Tigers ended their regular season with a 38-13 record.
Taylor Barber walks off the stage during the Stephens College fashion show The Collections on April 25. The three Saturday shows featured 18 senior collections, all designed by students at the School of Design.
Kara Henry walks onto the runway during the finale of the Stephens College fashion show The Collections on April 25.
Models wait backstage to walk on the runway during the Stephens College fashion show The Collections on April 25.
A thin backstage curtain veils a group of lights on the runway at the Stephens College fashion show The Collections on April 25. The fashion show featured the design work of students in the college, with senior designers being responsible for extensive bodies of work known as "collections."
Haley Cash waits for her turn to walk on the runway during the Stephens College fashion show The Collections on April 25.
Children in the first group of the Stephens College fashion show The Collections wait for the show to begin on April 25. Senior designer Pamela Pipkins designed the children's wear, which received a Jury Choice Award.
Louie Short walks through rubble that is all that remains of his Mayflower, Arkansas, home in April 2014. Short's arm was injured in a tornado that struck his neighborhood killing one man. Forecasters who are troubled by the high death count from twisters in recent years say they must find better ways to communicate if the public is going to behave appropriately as bad weather approaches.
Battle High School prom king Aaron Henry and prom queen Mariah Brisco sway to a slow jam Saturday shortly after assuming their royal titles for the evening. Henry and Brisco are members of Battle's first graduating class.
A pair of discarded heels lies abandoned on the dance floor at Battle High School's prom on Saturday. Seniors, their dates and even some faculty members showcased their moves to a variety of jams.
Battle High School senior Jalyssa Hardaway (in turquoise) dances with classmates at their senior prom on Saturday. The dance was held at the Plaza Event Center on Business Loop 70 West.
Battle senior Caitlynn Hudlow dances to a slow song with her date, Harold Tipton, at prom on Saturday. Tipton is not a student, but, like a number of other attendees, he attended as the date of a Battle senior.
Battle High School Assistant Principal Andrew McCarthy, center, gets jiggy on the dance floor with senior Keith Fletcher (front, in white) and fellow Assistant Principal Rachel Bennett at the school's senior prom on Saturday. The event was Battle's first prom with seniors since the school's inception in 2013.
Brandon Stoway, a DJ with Crazy Beatz Productions, is seen reflected in his iPad while spinning tunes at Battle High School's prom on Saturday. Battle's first graduating class showed up in large numbers to dance the night away.
Battle seniors Kyra Moss (center, on bench), J'Sheree Dawson (front, on bench) and Queen Cobbins (back, on bench) chat with other girls while taking a break from dancing at Battle High School's prom on Saturday. Students in Battle's senior class and their dates packed the dance floor for most of the night.
PROMO hosted its annual Equality Day on March 22 to advocate for legislative protections for LGBT people. Rep. Stephen Webber, D-Columbia, was one of the speakers at the event.