Oct. 18, 2018
Hip-hop artist W-A-R-R-I-O-R speaks at the History of Hip-Hop forum Monday night at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center. W-A-R-R-I-O-R, who has been rapping since he was seven, told the crowd that a return to hip-hop music's roots and the demand of negative lyrics are mutually exclusive.
Missouri Students Association Senate Speaker Jonathan Mays swears in Jim Kelley as MSA president Saturday in Memorial Union. Kelley, MSA vice president Chelsea Johnson and cabinet members were formally inducted into their positions during the annual MSA inaugural banquet.
Chancellor Brady Deaton and Graduate Professional Council president Jennifer Holland light three candles during a vigil to honor the victims of the shootings at Northern Illinois University. A small crowd of students and staff came to Memorial Union on Sunday to pay their respects.
Don't be fooled: Underneath his new politically conscious lyrics, Jack Johnson still loves pancakes and monkeys.
In her many years in the music industry, Kylie Minogue has done the rounds: the 'Locomotion,' and now a lame ‘80s throwback album cover.
Sophomore guard Keon Lawrence scans the court against Texas A&M Feb. 9 at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers won the Feb. 13 game at Nebraska 86-78.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., addresses a crowd on Feb. 1 in the JetDirect hangar of the Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield, Mo. McCain swept the vote in the Virginia, Maryland and District of Columbia primaries on Tuesday.
Kathleen Bogle, a professor at LaSalle University in Pennsylvania, wrote a book titled ‘Hooking Up: Sex, Dating and Relationships on Campus.’ The book addresses the hookup and sexual culture of college students.
Marion County Commissioner Lyndon Bode speaks to reporters near Interstate 70 on Wednesday. Bode is running for Missouri's Ninth Congressional District seat that U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof is vacating to run for governor.
A pedestrian arrives safely at the corner of Broadway and Ninth Street in August. The plan to install 16 red-light cameras in Columbia is underway, but it is still months from completion.
Bill Ferguson looks for his son Ryan Ferguson during murder trial proceedings in October 2005. Ferguson has been sentenced to 60 more days in administrative segregation.
Junior Adam Nelms and senior Matt Badalamenti prepare ribs in the kitchen at Smokin' Chick's BBQ in downtown Columbia. The downtown location, which opened last week, is the restaurant's second in the area.
Among the techniques taught by Student Services Coordinator Amanda Nell during the Etiquette Evening were correct ways to hold plates, forks and cups when socializing.
Freshman Kathryn Clark dances to 'The Walk' during the College of Arts and Science talent show in Jesse Wrench Auditorium on Tuesday. Clark placed third in the competition, which featured singing, dancing or musical performances.
Sophomores Jackie Kiley and Matt Olson sing their original song 'Tragedy' at the College of Arts and Science talent show on Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium. The pair won first place and a scholarship from the Arts and Science Student Council.
Communications professor Michael Porter debates proper bread-eating etiquette with students at the College of Arts and Sciences’ Etiquette Evening on Wednesday in the Reynolds Alumni Center.
Junior Michael Moramarco leads Mizzou Forte in an a cappella performance of ‘Wine Red’ at the College of Arts and Science talent show Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium. The group was the last of 11 acts to perform.
TV show host Sue Johanson and sex counselor Marty Klein talk sex to a sold-out crowd Thursday night in Jesse Auditorium. Johanson is known for her television show ‘Talk Sex with Sue Johanson.’
Senior Tiffany Lee plays with her seeing-eye dog during an open forum Wednesday in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center to address the needs of students with disabilities. Lee was the only student to attend the forum and spoke on issues such as transportation to the university.