PHOTO ARCHIVES
Feb. 23, 2018

Sophomores Jackie Kiley and Matt Olson sing their original song 'Tragedy' at the College of Arts and Science talent show on Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium. The pair won first place and a scholarship from the Arts and Science Student Council.

Communications professor Michael Porter debates proper bread-eating etiquette with students at the College of Arts and Sciences’ Etiquette Evening on Wednesday in the Reynolds Alumni Center.

Junior Michael Moramarco leads Mizzou Forte in an a cappella performance of ‘Wine Red’ at the College of Arts and Science talent show Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium. The group was the last of 11 acts to perform.

TV show host Sue Johanson and sex counselor Marty Klein talk sex to a sold-out crowd Thursday night in Jesse Auditorium. Johanson is known for her television show ‘Talk Sex with Sue Johanson.’

Senior Tiffany Lee plays with her seeing-eye dog during an open forum Wednesday in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center to address the needs of students with disabilities. Lee was the only student to attend the forum and spoke on issues such as transportation to the university.

The Mizzou College Democrats answer questions and distribute information Thursday issues and events for the upcoming election on Thursday in downstairs Brady Commons.

Former Sprint Nextel executive Gary Forsee attends his first UM system Board of Curators meeting as president-designate Jan. 31 at the UM-St. Louis campus. Forsee will assume his position Monday.

Senior Maggie Davolos and freshman Danielle Moser review material during a rehearsal Wednesday at Memorial Union for ‘The Vagina Monologues.’ This was the cast’s last rehearsal before their performance on Saturday.

Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center Director Nathan Stephens unveils a portrait of Lloyd Gaines on Tuesday. Gaines contributed to the U.S. civil rights movement in his efforts to be admitted into the MU School of Law.

Senior Jasmine Bourne watches as her boyfriend, senior football player Pig Brown, hesitates to answer a question for the Perfect Couple game during the pre-Valentine’s Day social Wednesday at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Brown and Bourne beat out five other couples and won the game.

Students peruse information tables at the Fab Feb Fest at the Student Recreation Complex on Tuesday.

Steam rises from the vents of the MU Research Reactor on Wednesday evening. The 10-megawatt facility is the largest university reactor in the nation and has had major security improvements since Sept. 11, 2001.

Sophomore guard Keon Lawrence goes for a lay-up in Saturday’s game against Texas A&M at Mizzou Arena.

Junior Adrianne Perry competes on the uneven bars on Friday night at the Hearnes Center for the second annual Beauty and the Beast competition. Missouri defeated Centenary College 195.000-192.235.

Junior Michael Chandler scores back points on Oklahoma junior Shane Vernon during their match at 157 pounds Friday night during the second annual Beauty and the Beast competition at the Hearnes Center. Chandler, who holds a season record of 21-3, won the match by an 18-1 technical fall.

Split Lip Rayfield has been around for a decade now. Along the way, these self-described 'wack-a-doos' have learned many lessons. For example, you should shovel the snow off your driveway as it's falling.

Singer/songwriter David Rovics performs Friday in Allen Auditorium. Students for Progressive Action brought the leftist performer to play a set for the organization.

Evangelicals aren't your typical preachers. They wear hoodies and preach the rock gospel.

Tattoo artist Mikey Wheeler examines a sketch of a tattoo on Dan Ryan's right arm Saturday. Ryan's left arm already features a large tattoo, which includes creatures varying from gremlins to dinosaurs.

RIGHT: Tattoo artist Mikey Wheeler takes a cigarette break outside Hollywood Rebels Tattoo on Saturday. Wheeler sports several tattoos, one reading 'Rock Star' on his fingers.