July 24, 2014
Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning talks to the media following the first day of NFL football training camp on Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Englewood, Colo.
South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier speaks to media at the Southeastern Conference media days on July 15.
Athena, a dairy goat owned by Sam Wesselmann, wears a camouflage hat. Wesselmann and his goats have worn military garb at the show for the past three years. "It's kind of a tradition," Wesselmann said.
Alyssa Wesselmann fits her younger sister's goat, Diamond, with a pirate hat. Wesselmann has been out of 4-H for the past three years, but she has participated in the dairy goat project for a total of six years. "A lot of Alpine goats here are descendants of goats I've sold," Wesselmann said.
Members of the 4-H Dairy Goat Project relax with their goats before playing what they call "musical chairs with goats." The game is more difficult than traditional musical chairs because players lead their goats to open chairs once the music stops.
Isabella Wesselmann tries to calm her goat, Bonnie, after fastening on the goat's unicorn horn and mane of ribbons. Throughout the event, Bonnie attempted to eat the mane.
Sisters Ashlena and Alicen Harrison give one of their goats a quick shave before participating in the Dairy Goat Fun Show.
Stage winner Vincenzo Nibali of Italy climbs towards Hautacam after breaking away from his rivals Thursday during the 18th stage of the Tour de France.
The $20 million, 125,000 square foot medical plaza will be completed in 2015.
Bryan McKenzie, a cave specialist with the Bureau of Land Management, rappels into Natural Trap Cave in north-central Wyoming during a cleanup expedition. The cave holds the remains of tens of thousands of animals, including many now-extinct species, from the late Pleistocene period, which ended more than ten thousand years ago. Starting July 28, scientists plan to venture back into the cave and resume digging for the first time in more than 30 years.
MU student John Prosperi, a business major, studies biology in December 2012 in Ellis Library. Exams can be emotionally and physically exhausting, especially when you have three or more in one day, but strategies such as starting to study early can help you prepare.
Dancer Nora Burkitt poses in the spotlight during a November rehearsal for Stephens College's Senior Dance Concert at Macklanburg Playhouse. Student pricing is available for dance and theater performances at the playhouse.
Former MU student Hassan Williams reacts via Skype as his friends Jeff Perkins, left, and Greer Relphorde look on after he received one of the 15th Annual Catalyst Awards in May 2013 at Memorial Union. The awards were hosted by the MU LGBTQ Resource Center, which is located on the lower level of the MU Student Center.
Kai-Li Kirschner delivers a drink to Erin Kearns in January 2013 at The Heidelberg. The Ninth Street restaurant has buy-one, get-one-free appetizers from 10 p.m. to midnight on Saturdays, except on home football weekends.
People gather in the dining room of The MARK on 5th Street dining hall during the Mark Twain Residence Hall reopening in August 2013. The MARK is one of the six main dining halls at MU.
From left, suitemates Daniela Lotze, Amber Keith, Audrey Smith and Kathleen Stettensen eat pizza in August 2013 at Discovery Residence Hall. Having a harmonious relationship with your roommates will make residence hall life easier.
MU student Justin Weaver shares a laugh with friends while studying in December 2012 in the MU Student Center. Finding a buddy with study skills similar to yours is one way to succeed during your first semester.
Jekook Chung watches the sun with special goggles at Laws Observatory on May 20, 2012, when a partial solar eclipse was visible just before sunset. The observatory, located on the fifth floor of MU's Physics Building, is free and open from 8 to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays, weather permitting.
Fans fill up Memorial Stadium before kickoff as the Missouri Tigers take on the Vanderbilt Commodores in October 2012. It's always a good idea to arrive early for football games to secure a good spot.
Pryce Houston, 8, stretches back to watch "Clash of the Titans" at the Free Outdoor Movie, part of MU's Summer Film Series, in June 2012 at Lowry Mall. The university shows popular and newly released movies weekly during the school year, for free on Wednesdays and for $1 on Fridays and Saturdays.