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Folgia leads Tigers baseball team against Sooners

Sophomore second baseman Greg Folgia drove in four runs in a 9-4 victory against the Oklahoma Sooners. Aaron Crow won his ninth game of the season.

Hickman boys lacrosse team loses to DeSmet

On a muddy field, the Kewpies lost to traditional-power DeSmet, 5-4. The team has two games this weekend, including the first lacrosse game at Hickman High.

Former Tiger player playing well in minor leagues

Former Missouri baseball pitcher Max Scherzer dominated late Thursday night in Sacramento for the AAA Tucson Sidewinders.

Bruins boys tennis team earns big win at invitational

After a rain delay, the Rock Bridge boys defeated Kickapoo 8-1 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-Missouri Invitational. The semifinal will finish Saturday shortly before the finals.

Missouri throwers finish in top 10 at Kansas Relays

The women of the track and field team competed Friday in the four-day event.

MU tennis loses to Oklahoma State

Tigers lost the second-to-last Big 12 match of the season.

Tap Day honoring MU students held indoors

Students that were tapped in this year’s ceremony were chosen for the “outstanding contributions” they had made to the campus.

Additional seismic activity from Friday’s quake cannot be determined

The quake, which occurred at 4:36 a.m. Friday, caused minor shaking in Columbia. Scientists say there’s no telling whether the earthquake that was felt Friday morning across a wide part of the central U.S. signals additional seismic activity.

The Fairfield Gorget: The little white disk with a big, big history

On display at the Museum of Art and Archaeology, there’s a little white disk in the middle of a room. It’s inconspicuous, at first — a simple bauble left by ancient American Indians who once called Missouri home. But peel away the layers of history, and you’ll see that the little disk is far more than an extremely old-school trinket.

Blogs give journalists a chance to get involved in community

Jim Buell spent the week sleeping in a box.

Jim and his fellow MU students raised money for Habitat for Humanity by spending the week in cardboard boxes. Jim also reports for the Missourian.

Two women assaulted Thursday at MU’s Speakers Circle

Two women were assaulted at MU on Thursday in a fight over petition signatures, MU police said.

Two people injured in car accident near Rock Bridge State Park

A car accident near Rock Bridge State Park early Thursday morning left two people injured, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report.

Honors and achievements

25 ways to stretch your dollar in Columbia

You don’t need a full wallet to have a full stomach and a good time in Columbia.

Government group instructed to gather public input on how and when to vaccinate children

A government-appointed working group is charged with picking the most important safety questions for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to research over the next five years. The group is to get public input in setting those priorities.

Third shot's the charm?

Most of the college students who got the mumps in a big outbreak in 2006 had received the recommended two vaccine shots, according to a study that raises questions about whether a new vaccine or another booster shot is needed.

Controversial Last Supper art removed from museum

Sexual painting of Christ’s final meal leads debate in heavily Catholic Austria

Belief in brief: Baha’i holiday Ridvan begins April 21

Ridvan is a 12-day celebration that is also known as “The Most Great Festival.”

Readers give advice for getting baby to sleep

Moms who have suffered through sleepless nights help the Sherlocks with tips for getting Audrianna to sleep.

'Objects of Affection' student art exhibit inspired by nostalgia

COLUMBIA– Jessica Forys created paintings and fabric sculptures, then she tore them apart and stuffed them with straw and sand. But it was all part of her plan.

“I take these remnants and make and destroy, make and destroy,” said Forys. “I love the constant flux.”

The fabric sculptures, or “unmades” as Forys calls them, were a part of “Objects of Affection,” her final exhibition as an MU graduate student. The installation was a mix of paintings, quilt-like hangings and fabric sculptures designed to provoke the viewer to “rekindle suppressed memories and feelings through the power

of objects,” according to the information about her show.

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