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Jul. 20, 2018

Sam Elfenbaum, who uses the stage name “Sammy,” performs his final song of the night at his album release show.

Protesters stand on the Courthouse Plaza Columns and hold up signs, many featuring red handprints meant to look like blood.

A young girl with tiger face paint sits on someone’s shoulders and holds up an Everytown for Gun Safety sign at the March for Our Lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

Carter Woodiel won third place in this year’s Hearst Journalism Awards for his radio work. His main story was about a local veterans outreach program.

Guillory encouraged his audience to take advantage of the MU alumni network, as it has helped him several times during his time in college and beyond.

Nick Guillory, a University of Missouri broadcast journalism graduate and contributing creator of BuzzFeed Tasty, describes his roundabout route to success, laughing at the mistakes he made along the way.

Nye greets the crowd in a “tiger claw” pose during his speech at Jesse Auditorium on March 16, 2018.

courtesy of the MU School of Law

The candidates from the "More to Roar" and "Mizzou for You" slates speak at the first MSA executive debate on April 9, 2018.

Graphic by Gillian Smith

MU honors nine students who have died in the past year at the MU Remembers ceremony.

How do prosthetic legs work with dogs?

At the heart of the garden is the intent to improve the lives of everybody who walks through. The benches, dedicated to donors and scattered throughout, create a place for people to talk, students to study and faculty to think. It is an “instant setting for something good,” garden Director Pete Millier said.

The Mizzou Botanic Garden was established in August 1999 to create educational opportunities and a positive atmosphere for students, faculty and visitors.

In addition to its original goal of making campus more beautiful, the garden also aims to educate by placing markers identifying plants throughout, inviting speakers to talk about environmental and botanical topics and partnering with the Columbia Public Schools system to create educational programming.

MizzouThon raised over $300,000 for the MU Women’s and Children’s Hospital leading up to and during its main event, a 13.1-hour dance marathon, on April 7, 2018.

At Tuesday’s Sustainapalooza celebration, Sustain Mizzou helped students plant flowers native to Missouri to teach the importance of native pollinators.

A banner protesting Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt’s funding from the NRA hangs over the side of an apartment building along the route of the March for Our Lives in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 24, 2018.

HB 1936 would cut down on the number of gun-free zones in Missouri.

MU has many organizations that help with stress.