PHOTO ARCHIVES
Feb. 24, 2018

Junior Marcus Hoehn attempts to score against Cornell University freshman Eric McGill during their match in the 141-pound weight class Sunday at the Hearnes Center.

MU Libraries and the University Bookstore will collaborate on a plan to create course packets of journal articles that instructors frequently use. The program could save MU students about $10,000 a year total.

Missouri Students Association Senate Speaker Jonathan Mays defends MSA's position on a raise in student fees during a meeting Monday in the Health Sciences Library as MSA Vice President-elect Chelsea Johnson looks on.

Columbia Police Department Capt. Mike Martin presents changes to the department’s internal disciplinary procedures at Thursday’s committee meeting at the Daniel Boone City Building. The changes are in response to a loose system of discipline in the department.

MU graduate Sean Spence speaks with Columbia resident Kip Kendrick before the pizza-and-politics night started Monday at Shakespeare’s Pizza. Spence is running to represent Missouri’s 25th district, which includes Columbia.

Devonte Hynes used to be in Test Icicles. Then he grew some balls and started writing good music for his solo project, Lightspeed Champion.

British Sea Power might as well change its name to Arcade Fire Power. Do we like rock music? Yes, but not knockoff rock music.

Junior guard Zaire Taylor tries to find an open spot in freshman forward Justin Safford’s defense during the Mizzou Madness game in October at Mizzou Arena. Taylor must sit out this season due to NCAA policy but said he is working to become more versatile.

Junior guard Alyssa Hollins blocks Eastern Illinois sophomore guard Jessica Huffman in November at Mizzou Arena. Hollins leads the team in games played, games started, minutes per game, points per game and an array of other statistics.

MU football coach Gary Pinkel pats Illinois State sophomore wide receiver Drew Kempe on the back after the Tigers defeated the Redbirds in September at Faurot Field. Pinkel and his coaching staff announced the highest-rated signing class in school history on Wednesday.

Supporters of presidential candidate Barack Obama gather at The Blue Note on Super Tuesday to watch the news and wait for results. Polls for Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Obama, D-Ill., came too close to call for most of the night.

Rep. Jason Brown, R-Platte City, watches poll updates on MSNBC and talks with senior D'Anthony White at a watch party for presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., on Tuesday at Hotel DeVille in Jefferson City. McCain won the Republican nomination in Missouri on Tuesday with 33 percent of the votes.

Access Arts Executive Director Chris Sharp glances at the studio’s variety of looms that accommodate a large range of projects and students. Area schools donated most of the studio’s looms.

Access Arts Executive Director Chris Sharp examines a sample of ceramic glaze combinations on Saturday in the studio. Ceramics is the studio’s most popular program, which teaches techniques ranging from throwing to sculpting.

Ceramic works made by young students at Access Arts hang on a wall in one of their studios. The campus includes three buildings that house departments for ceramics, digital photography and other arts.

Fourteen-year-old Kit Webster smoothes a bone-dry plate ready to be fired in the kiln under the instruction of volunteer Mary Potzmann on Saturday. Volunteers make up most of the teaching staff at Access Arts.

Ten-year-old Access Arts student Elliot McGlew shapes a pot, one of the many pieces he made on Saturday at the studio. Ceramics is his favorite part of any day at the studio.

The Makeshift Gentlemen are the kind of guys who would treat you to a fancy dinner, a play and a reading of a Jane Austen novel.

Columbia resident Bill Lautenschlager votes electronically as campaign worker Jeff Legg explains how to use the system on Tuesday at Memorial Union. Students and Boone County residents voted at Memorial Union on Tuesday.

Michael Eric Dyson, a best-selling author and scholar, gives the Black Studies program's keynote speech to celebrate Black History Month in Jesse Auditorium on Thursday. Dyson, known as 'the Hip-Hop Intellectual,' addressed racial stereotypes and injustices in society.