Friday, November 9, 2012

Election Night at the Columbia Missourian

Reporters gather in the Columbia Missourian's newsroom to hear Todd Akin's concession speech.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Election Night Shootings


The election wasn't the only exciting thing in north Columbia last night. Three people were shot off of Woodland and Blue Ridge Road. I was sent to the scene to report for KOMU and took this picture while I was there.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Grindstone Nature Area


























I went to the Grindstone Nature Area and took some pictures with the Nokia.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

More than 3,000 people turned out for the Chicagoland Out of the Darkness Walk —a 20% increase from last year and the largest event in the history of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
 
The walk was held at Independence Grove in Libertyville on Sept. 29 and raised more than $440,000, surpassing the goal of $390,000.
 
The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention is a national non-profit organization dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education and advocacy.
 
 
    



Monday, September 24, 2012

Roots N Blues Continues After Hours at Mojos

The Roots N Blues after-party featuring the popular and recently reunited Columbia band Believers and the Midwest band Richard the Lionhearted drew a large, mixed crowd of blues and Believers fans.

When the music started at 10:30 a small crowd began to grow near the stage. By 11:30 there was a small mosh pit up front with tamer fans behind.

"The music was great," MU senior Felicia Greiff said. She added that she had seen what she believed to be the Believers final show last semester, and was really pleased to see that they were back in the line up for Roots N Blues.

Although Greiff couldn't get tickets to the festival itself, she enjoyed the after-parties at Mojos.

"Columbia has a great music scene and festivals like Roots N Blues bring some great bands to town," Greiff said.

Photo: Greiff is pictured below with fellow MU senior Ashley Fowler.