Nov. 17, 2018
Members of the Cultural Association of India give a traditional presentation during the International Fashion Show on Friday night in Jesse Auditorium. The show included performers from eight different MU student organizations.
Members of the Japanese Students Association perform at the International Fashion Show on Friday night in Jesse Auditorium. Among the acts in the show were swordfights, catwalks and dances.
Japanese Students Association members perform at the International Fashion Show on Friday night in Jesse Auditorium. Part of the organization’s performance featured a dance similar to the ‘Soulja Boy’ dance.
Members of the Vietnamese Student Association perform a traditional dance at the International Fashion Show on Friday night in Jesse Auditorium. The Missouri Students Association and the Graduate Professional Council International Programming Committee sponsored the annual event.
Students from the South Asian Students Association give a closing performance at the International Fashion Show on Friday night in Jesse Auditorium. The show gave attendees a glimpse into the fashion and music of many cultures.
Former Democratic state Rep. Chris Kelly announces his candidacy for the 24th District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives in September. Kelly officially filed for office on Friday.
Helmet racks are one of the many accessories on display at Mid American Harley-Davidson in Columbia. A Missouri bill could repeal the current helmet law.
Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., signs autographs and talks with supporters after a Feb. 3 appearance in Bridgeton, Mo., Clinton trails Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., in pledged delegates, with crucial primaries in Texas and Ohio today that could determine her fate in the election.
With judges and directors Esther Robinson, David Schisgall and Sean Donnelly, host Jonathan Gotsick takes a break during the filming of the pilot episode of the game show 'Gimme Truth.' 'Gimme Truth' challenges amateur filmmakers to film two-minute documentaries about actual people or made up characters.
Boxcutter Cabaret Puppet Tour members Lindsey McCaw, David Bailey and Rose Friedman entertain the crowd through music and storytelling Friday night at the Cherry Street Artisan. Throughout the True/False Film Fest, the Artisan hosted numerous acts whose performers came from around the nation.
Ending Friday's parade at Stephens College, Mucca Pazza bandleader Mark Messing promises a show later at Tonic. Mucca Pazza brought up the rear during the March into March parade, which opened the fifth annual True/False Film Fest.
The George Caleb Bingham Gallery is hosting the 15th annual 'Women in the Arts' exhibit. The gallery, which features women artists from MU and the surrounding area, will host its opening reception Thursday.
C.L. Lindsay, founder of the Coalition for Student & Academic Rights, speaks at the opening ceremonies for the MU College of Education's Education Week Monday night in Cornell Hall. Lindsay says his organization deals with more than 10,000 'day-to-day problems that college students have.'
Sophomores Tim Hines and Miguel Amador grab a bite to eat Saturday night in the Reynolds Alumni Center while attending the Action Against Hunger semiformal fundraiser. The event incorporated dinner, dancing and door prizes.
Hispanic American Leadership Organization President Andrea Molina draws junior David Aguayo’s number for a door prize Saturday at the Reynolds Alumni Center. HALO and the Asian American Association organized and sponsored the event.
Students and guests dance at a semiformal fundraiser whose proceeds benefited Action Against Hunger on Saturday night at the Reynolds Alumni Center. The donations will benefit charitable causes in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Sudan, Tajikistan and Pakistan.
College of Arts and Science Dean Michael O’Brien gives a virtual tour of the future School of Music Monday night at Jesse Auditorium. Besides new facilities for the School of Music being built, the existing Fine Arts Building will be renovated.
Athena Night Club is officially closed following the arrests of MU basketball players Stefhon Hannah and Jason Horton, who were involved in a fight outside the nightclub on Jan. 27. In 2007, 143 emergency calls were placed from the nightclub, which had been operating on a provisional liquor license since August 2007.
Norman Finkelstein, former assistant professor of political theory at DePaul University in Chicago, lectures Monday evening in the Old Alumni Center. Finkelstein addressed the Israel-Palestine conflict in support of the Palestinian cause.
MU graduate student Winston Tracy takes notes and names on his laptop while Legion of Black Collegians Political Director Anthony Martin directs Sunday’s meeting regarding the Missouri Civil Rights Initiative. LBC is working against the initiative.