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FROM READERS: Tristen Shaw and Grandma Joy's grandkids

Tristen Shaw sits with the rest of Grandma Joy's grandkids.

FROM READERS: Tristen Shaw and Grandma Joy

Tristen Shaw is raising money for the Alzheimer's Association in the name of her grandma.

FROM READERS: Tristen Shaw and Grandma Joy celebrate together

Tristen Shaw gives her Grandma Joy a kiss. Shaw is now raising money for the Alzheimer's Association to help people like her grandma fight the disease.

FROM READERS: Tristen Shaw and Grandma Joy spend time together

Tristen Shaw spends time with her Grandma Joy. Shaw is raising money for the Alzheimer's Association in honor of her grandma.

Historian walks along Boone's Lick Trail

David Sapp walks on a 0.6 mile stretch of the Boone's Lick Trail on Sept. 6. Sapp is trying to gather support to preserve the land as a historic site.

College crosswalk approved

The City of Columbia and MU have partnered to enhance safety features along College Avenue between University Avenue on the north and Rollins Street on the south. The final plans include a low concrete wall, stamped to look like stone, with a short fence on top. The goal of this project is to encourage pedestrians to cross College Avenue at two mid-block signalized crossings.

James Franklin runs the ball against Oklahoma State

Missouri quarterback James Franklin runs the ball against Oklahoma State during the first half of the Cotton Bowl game Jan. 3 in Arlington, Texas.

Jefferson tombstone marker displayed at Missouri Theatre

The original epitaph marker for Thomas Jefferson sits on display at the Missouri Theatre prior to a public unveiling on Monday. The tombstone marker was returned to the MU from the Smithsonian Institution after being repaired.

Jefferson's original epitaph showcased after restoration

Sekou Gaidi cleans the Missouri Theatre in preparation for the public unveiling of Thomas Jefferson's original epitaph marker on Monday.

Replica epitaph reuites with Jefferson Monument

An obelisk bearing a replacement epitaph marker stands behind a fence outside the Residence on the Quad where the original Jefferson epitaph marker once stood. This replacement is one of two replicas for the original, which will be stored away until renovations at Jesse Hall are complete.

Students walk past Jefferson statue

Students walk past a statue of Thomas Jefferson along MU's Francis Quadrangle on Monday. The school's legacy is inextricably tied to Jefferson because it's the first land grant university in the Louisiana Purchase territory.

Meacham lectures about Jefferson

In celebration of MU's 175th anniversary, Jon Meacham gave a lecture Monday about Thomas Jefferson and his significance at the Missouri Theatre.

Meacham speaks about Jefferson's influence

Pulitzer Prize winner Jon Meacham speaks about Thomas Jefferson and his influence on the history of higher education Monday at the Missouri Theatre.

Trent Richardson tackled by Eagles defenders

Indianapolis Colts running back Trent Richardson is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks during the first half Monday in Indianapolis.

White Sox score on Royals

Chicago White Sox's Alexnei Ramirez, left, runs past Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez as he scores on a Conor Gillaspie single in the third inning Monday in Kansas City.

Rams' Stacy runs past Gholston in 19-17 victory

St. Louis Rams running back Zac Stacy runs past Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston during the third quarter of an NFL football game Sunday in Tampa, Fla.

Copelin dismissed from Missouri football team

Former Missouri receiver Levi Copelin looks to make a catch during football practice on Aug. 5. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel announced the dismissal of Copelin from the football program Monday.

Woods says strength is back

Tiger Woods is watched by coach Sean Foley on the practice green July 16 ahead of the British Open Golf championship at the Royal Liverpool golf club in, Hoylake, England. Woods is leaving swing coach Sean Foley after four years and no majors. Woods said on his website Aug. 25 he will no longer work with Foley.

Zac Stacy runs past defense

St. Louis Rams running back Zac Stacy, No. 30, runs past Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston, No. 92, during the game Sunday in Tampa, Fla.

Ancient Italian artifacts to be studied

The Museum of Art and Archaeology is entering into an international agreement with the Capitoline Museums in Italy to study ancient artifacts.
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