Nov. 18, 2018
South Callaway High School junior Patrick Harris passes part of a handgun to Jefferson City High School junior Austin Bequette on Thursday night in Jefferson City. Harris and Bequette are cadets in the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Student Alliance Program.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Cpl. Mike Halford displays one of the weapons used by on-duty patrol officers on Thursday night. Halford is one of many officers who help instruct cadets at the Student Alliance Program in Jefferson City.
Hickman High School junior Sam Cavness fires a handgun as part of the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Student Alliance Program on Thursday night in Jefferson City. The program offers local area high school juniors and seniors a chance to experience life as a Highway Patrol officer.
Equipment used in the production of metallic nanoparticles is stored inside a fume hood at the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Institute to prevent contamination.
Postdoctoral scientist Satish Nune explains the processes involved in creating gold nanoparticles to Megan Eyunni on Feb. 18 at the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Institute.
Postdoctoral scientist Satish Nune prepares a concentration of deionized water and reducing agent before adding a gold salt solution on Feb. 18 in the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Institute. The hot plate is used to ensure that the experiment's exacting tolerances are met.
Postdoctoral scientist Satish Nune measures amounts of gum arabic to add to denatured water to form a reducing agent that was combined with metallic salts on Feb. 18 at the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Institute. Nune is a member of the research team led by MU cancer nanotechnology director Kattesh Katti.
Postdoctoral scientist Satish Nune measures amounts of a gold salt solution to add to a solution of deionized water and a reducing agent on Feb. 18 at the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Institute. The reaction between the two solutions synthesizes gold nanoparticles.
Bond Life Sciences Center Director Jack C. Schultz illustrates the interconnectedness of the world's ecosystems. Schultz sponsored Columbia's first Science Café on Tuesday night at the Cherry Street Artisan where local and visiting scientists discussed biofuels.
Players participate in the Mizzou Quads tournament on Saturday in Memorial Union. The tournament was the second of five regional tournaments held by the Missouri Chess Association this spring.
Columbia residents Charles Ward and Jacob Amann play in the first round of the Mizzou Quads tournament on Saturday in Memorial Union. Twenty players from the Boone County area competed in the tournament.
Boone County resident Nicholas Timmerman waits to make his next move in the Mizzou Quads chess tournament on Saturday in Memorial Union. The tournament, which was hosted by the Missouri Chess Association, featured three rounds.
Sophomore Nick Marable picks up Northern Iowa junior Moza Fay during their consolation match in the 165-pound bracket at the NCAA Championship on March 22 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Marable, junior Raymond Jordan and sophomore Max Askren were named All-Americans at the tournament.
First Ward City Council candidate John Clark speaks to citizens gathered for the candidate forum at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church on Monday night.
Former College Democrats President Mark Buhrmester attentively watches the State of the Union address at The Colosseum Bistro last January. Buhrmester was named the Executive Director of the Boone County Democratic Party.
Discussing the University of the Western Cape in South Africa’s history and involvement with the UM system, UWC professor Brian O’Connell describes the success of the two universities’ involvement on Monday in Ellis Auditorium.
Pianist Melvin Chen gives a performance Monday night in Whitmore Recital Hall. Chen is a graduate of the Juilliard School with masters’ degrees in both piano and violin.
Columbia resident Ron Tooley addresses First Ward City Council candidate John Clark at the candidate forum Monday at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Columbia resident Shelia Thompson asks a question of First Ward City Council candidate John Clark at the candidate forum at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church on Monday night. At the forum, community members were able to ask questions to Clark, as well as incumbent Almeta Crayton. See related story, page 9.
A tour group stands under the arch outside Ellis Library on March 17. Despite attempts to eliminate budget deficits, MU Libraries' financial woes could lead to a new student fee in the near future.