Jul. 15, 2020
Senior Cierra Obioha congratulates senior Branden Bailey outside of the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Obioha and Bailey were named Black Homecoming Queen and King during the Black Family Reunion Homecoming celebration on Sunday.
Tom Korologos, a former ambassador, presidential assistant and lobbyist, speaks to an audience Monday at the Reynolds Journalism Institute. Korologos argued in favor of keeping the Electoral College intact and also addressed the situation in Iraq.
A sign designates an approved area for smoking behind Stafford residence hall. Three such locations exist in the Pershing area, where a smoking ban was enacted last year.
Salvation Army volunteer Jody Chiang helps Jason McGuire fill out forms Monday to be eligible for assistance. The Salvation Army offers vouchers for gifts and food for those in need during the holiday season.
Boxes and leftover materials sit in the former Craft Studio in Brady Commons. While the Craft Studio has already relocated to Memorial Union, other student organizations are preparing to pack up in anticipation of moving to the new Student Center as soon as winter break.
Members of Alpha Gamma Sigma fraternity hold up the first-place trophy on the steps of Jesse Hall for best overall Homecoming performance during a ceremony Sunday night. The fraternity was paired with Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Delta Sigma Psi fraternity for Homecoming events.
We just hope the game is as cool as the commercials.
Both candidates for Missouri's U.S. 9th Congressional District have spoken in favor of alternative energy sources. Solar energy is already being offered to local customers through Columbia Water and Light's Solar One program.
How will people feel about this album? We predict a riot.
Along with rows of costumes, Gotcha! Costume Shop also offers an entire wall of wigs available for customers to rent or buy.
Dressed as Sarah Palin in a 'hunter Barbie' outfit, Michelle Froese helps a customer find pieces for a zombie costume on Sunday. Froese co-owns Gotcha! Costume Shop with her husband, Aaro.
Columbia residents Josh Cox and Autumn Dolan search the racks for costumes. Cox plans to design a costume from scratch of Wolverine from X-Men, and was trying to persuade Dolan to dress as another X-Men character, Phoenix.
Trying on a mask, Joseph Dolan searches for a mirror to see how it looks. Dolan is planning on being a wizard for Halloween, but couldn't resist trying the mask on. "I think its a woman's mask, there is lipstick on it," Dolan said.
A tiger costume hangs on a rack of costumes in Gotcha! Costume Shop on Tenth Street. Gearing up for Halloween, Gotcha! has catered to the costume needs of Columbia residents for 12 years.
Senior midfielder Mo Redmond heads the ball over Texas midfielder Lucy Keith and forward Stephanie Gibson during Sunday's game at Walton Stadium. The Tigers outshot the Longhorns 20-15 but Texas won, 2-1.
Texas goalkeeper Dianna Pfenninger reacts after giving up a goal to junior forward Kristin Andrighetto, front, as sophomore forward Alysha Bonnick looks on. Andrighetto scored the lone goal for the Tigers, who fell to No. 10 Texas, 2-1.
Texas forward Emily Anderson fights for the ball with senior defender Kat Tarr. The Tigers scored first, but the Longhorns tallied two goals in the final 15 minutes of the game.
Senior forward Ashley Hamblin slide tackles Texas senior defender Jill Gilbeau during MU's 2-1 loss Sunday at Walton Stadium. With the loss to Longhorns, the Tigers fell to a record of 12-5 (6-3).
Senior linebacker Brock Christopher and senior safety William Moore sandwich Colorado wide receiver Josh Smith to force a fumble during Saturday's game at Faurot Field. After surrendering 56 points and nearly 600 yards to Texas last week, the Tigers' defense held the Buffaloes to under 200 yards in a 58-0 win.
Senior Kevin Gehl was crowned homcoming king during halftime of Saturday's game against Colorado at Faurot Field. Gehl, a sports anchor at KOMU/Channel 8 and sports director at KCOU/88.1 FM, was the only top-10 male candidate not involved in Greek life at MU.