PHOTO ARCHIVES
Feb. 23, 2018

The Missouri State Capitol.

New MSA speaker Taylor Tutin in her office in the Student Center.

MSA president Nathan Willett discusses his journey to Mizzou as he introduces the first of Chancellor Cartwright’s series of First 100 Days speeches on Nov. 15, 2017.

The Daniel Boone Regional Library hosted a state general assembly panel on human rights on Jan. 25, 2018.

Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill speaks at Columbia City Hall on March 18, 2014.

Garnett S. Stokes addresses the crowd at her farewell reception on Jan. 30, 2018. Stokes, who has served as MU provost since 2015 and as interim chancellor from May to August 2017, was recently appointed as president of the University of New Mexico. During her address, Stokes elaborated on the importance of university administration. “We make a difference in the states that we’re in, and we transform the lives of the students that are here but we also have tremendous impact on everyone in our states,” Stokes said.

Sophomore Mackenzy Middlebrooks swings during a match against Southeast Missouri State University Jan. 20. Middlebrooks beat her opponents 6-1 and 6-2 in singles and 6-1 in doubles with freshman teammate Ellie Wright.

Terrence Phillips pushes past an Arkansas State defender during a home game on Dec. 1, 2015.

MU students Jordan Freeman (left) and Lorenzo Mortelli (right) practice fencing in the Rec Center as part of MU's club fencing team.

Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Garnett Stokes, who will start her new job as president at the University of New Mexico on March 1.

Citizens guide marchers along the route of the Solidarity March in Columbia on January 20.

Uprise Bakery, Ragtag Cinema and Hitt Records come together near the corner of Hitt and Broadway for a community-favorite hangout spot.

Katy Harlan and Jacob Kaltenbronn pose in front of the poster for their traffic control project.

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox returns a fumble against the Washington Redskins on Sept. 10, 2017.

MSA speaker Taylor Tutin in her new office.

MU student Molly Stawinoga celebrates during Saturday’s march. Stawinoga attended the event with a group of friends and was overjoyed to see the large, passionate crowd. “It was heartwarming to see people of all ages and genders coming together in solidarity for causes that are vital in this time,” Stawinoga said. “Just standing there looking around was a surreal feeling, with all the love and passion just overflowing from the crowd.”

The January exhibit opened Jan. 3, 2018, in the Sager Braudis Gallery and features work by Matt Ballou, Guillermo Rigattieri, Amy Firestone Rosen, Mary Jo O'Gara and Thomas Pfannerstill.

An MU student using the internet.

Folk artist Tyson Motsenbocker plays an acoustic guitar during his opening set at The Blue Note on Sept. 28, 2017. Motsenbocker, along with Irish indie band The Academic, opened for Judah & the Lion on their Going to Mars tour.

Author and activist Junot Díaz speaks at MU’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on Jan. 22, 2018. “We’ve entered this stage in white supremacy,” Díaz said about the “alt-right” during his lecture, “that you can be a full-out public racist and a huge portion of a community thinks this is a really good idea.”