Jul. 15, 2019
Senior quarterback Chase Daniel throws an interception that resulted in an Illinois touchdown on Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Overcoming the mishap, Daniel was 15-28 with 200 yards passing in the first half.
Sophomore defensive back Carl Gettis flies toward Illinois junior quarterback Juice Williams on Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Missouri leads 31-13 at the half.
Freshman forward Bree Thornton controls the ball near midfield during Friday's game against Auburn at Walton Stadium.
Freshman midfielder Kendra Collins slips past Auburn senior defender Jean Johnson during Friday's game at Walton Stadium. The game remained scoreless until the 72nd minute when MU scored the only goal they would need to edge Auburn.
Sophomore midfielder Kari Adam squeezes through Auburn freshman defender Mary Nicholson and sophomore defender Sammy Towne during Friday's game at Walton Stadium. Adam scored the only goal in MU's 1-0 win.
Johnny Lang performs during Summerfest on Wednesday at The Blue Note. Drawing a large and diverse crowd, this Summerfest concert was the second to last of the year.
Supporters gather at The Blue Note Thursday night to watch Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., accept the Democratic nomination for president at his party's convention in Denver. The crowd cheered Obama as he outlined his goals and attacked the Bush administration and his opponent, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
Senior Ashe Kolieboi and Triangle Coalition President Josh Barton lead an ice cream social on Wednesday at the Women's Center in Brady Commons. Students discussed the year's plans for Triangle Coalition, including trying to amend the UM system's non-discrimination policy to include gender identity.
Daniel Christopher McNamer, 30, plays air guitar on his skateboard before the Johnny Lang concert at Summerfest on Wednesday.
Junior Talitha Bates asks a question to International Service Learning trip coordinator Danielle Huff, right, during an informational meeting about a possible mission trip to Mexico on Wednesday at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. Students on the trip would assist in field clinics, distribute medication and conduct health surveys in north central Mexico.
After 18 years in Columbia, the Twilight Festival will end next month. Other major events in the downtown area such as Summerfest, pictured, and the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival have emerged, reducing the need to continue the Twilight Festival, according to organizers and the Central Columbia Association.
Rows of corn grow in Sanborn Field on College Avenue on Saturday. In an Aug. 12 report, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted this year's corn harvest would have a higher than average yield despite widespread flooding earlier this summer.
Freshman Seth Kehoe lounges in the Campus Lodge clubhouse on Thursday. Kehoe was assigned a room at Mizzou Quads by Residential Life and said he is enjoying living off campus.
Freshman Robert Koziatek plays volleyball on Thursday at Campus Lodge. Other amenities at Campus Lodge include a pool, fitness center, game room and basketball court.
Nicholas Jain/The Maneater Sophomore Kiara Bryant serves freshman Kalia Newton on Thursday during the Welcome Black BBQ, hosted by the Legion of Black Collegians and Delta Sigma Theta sorority at the Plaza Amphitheater. In addition to the food, activities at the event included jump rope and card games.
<i>The Stand Ins</i>: no 'sad-bastardyness' here.
MU players celebrate their victory over Illinois on Sept. 1, 2007, at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. The Tigers open their season against the Illini again on Saturday.
All-American sophomore wide receiver Jeremy Maclin looks to exceed his breakout freshman campaign when the Tigers' football season starts Saturday against Illinois at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Maclin is already receiving attention as a potential Heisman Trophy finalist.
Missouri junior forward Michelle Collins is pushed away by Illinois senior defender Jamie Alvis during Saturday's 2-1 loss at Walton Stadium. The Tigers hope to rebound tonight against Auburn.
Remodelers discovered a mural on the fourth floor of Jesse Hall last week near the offices of KBIA/91.3 FM. Former art department treasurer James Hatfield painted the mural in 1941, and after it was discovered, it remained covered until Wednesday because of asbestos removal.