University of Missouri homecoming in 360° photos

Photos from the field, University of Missouri vs. Middle Tennessee State University
By Erin Fry

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Garrette Daugherty (cq) sits near the point of the stone M during the Homecoming Game against Middle Tennessee State University on Oct. 22, 2016. Nearby kids are playing on the hill and stones while parents watch the game.

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Harrison McLean snaps a photo in the student section of students cheering during a 3rd down during the Homecoming Game against Middle Tennessee State University on Oct. 22, 2016. Many students have already left the game because Mizzou isn’t in the lead.

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Jake Hamilton takes a photo of the cheerleaders and students while working during the Homecoming Game against Middle Tennessee State University on Oct. 22, 2016.

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Stephanie Murray takes a photo of students watching players move down the field during the Homecoming Game against Middle Tennessee State University on Oct. 22, 2016.

Photos of window painting, downtown Columbia.

By Claudia Chong

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Pedestrians walk past paintings done by Kappa-Delta, Theta-Chi and Delta-Kappa-Epsilon fraternities on the windows of Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co. on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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Paintings done by Kappa-Delta, Theta-Chi and Delta-Kappa-Epsilon fraternities cover the windows of Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co. on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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A painting of Truman the Tiger and a James and the Giant Peach book decorates the windows of Yellow Dog Bookshop on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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Paintings done by Gamma-Phi-Beta fraternity cover the windows of Cha Boutique on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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A painting of Jesse Hall and the historic columns cover one side of the entrance windows of Lakota Coffee Co. on Ninth Street. “Old Missouri, Fair Missouri…” is painted on the other side, a reference to the Alma Mater school song. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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Paintings cover the panel of kitchen windows of Shakespeare’s Pizza on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

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Paintings cover the windows of Shakespeare’s Pizza on Ninth Street. Participating student organizations were partnered with local establishments in downtown Columbia to decorate their storefronts and showcase the Mizzou spirit during Homecoming weekend.

International students following the University of Missouri’s homecoming parade.
By Emily Teoh

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International students carry flags representing the international student body at MU after the Homecoming Parade on Francis Quadrangle, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. The Missouri International Student Council called for students to represent their countries during the parade, and approximately 30 students representing 23 countries participated.

Photos from the University of Missouri homecoming parade.
By Laurel Bloom

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Kappa Delta, Theta Chi and Delta Kappa Epsilon wait for the parade to start near the end of the line. The theme of their float was Where The Wild Things Are.

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Kappa Delta, Theta Chi and Delta Kappa Espilon begin walking in the parade after waiting in their spot for over two hours. The homecoming steering committee wanted everyone in their spots for the parade by 8 a.m.

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Kappa Delta, Theta Chi and Delta Kappa Epsilon march past Memorial Union in the parade. The groups and their floats were judged several times along the parade route.

University of Missouri homecoming parade preparation
By Sintia Radu and Yang Sun

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International Chinese students, wearing traditional costumes on Tiger Ave., get ready for the 105TH MU Homecoming parade, in Columbia, Mo., on October 22, 2016. The costumes are caharacteristic of ethnic groups from Southern China.

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Students of the Spirit of Excellence Allstar Cheer and Dance Academy rehearses for the 105TH MU Homecoming parade, on Tiger Ave., Columbia, Mo., October 22, 2016. The team spent almost two hours the previous night polishing their act for the annual MU event.

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Rolando Barry, Executive Director of Missouri High Steppers, a drum and marching drill team in Columbia, Mo., coaches his students for the 105TH MU Homecoming parade, on October 22, 2016. Missouri High Steppers was founded in 1979 by Barry, after he himself had been part of a drill team in St. Louis.

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Crowd awaits the 105TH MU Homecoming parade, on Rollins St., Columbia, Mo., October 22, 2016. The parade started at 9 AM and covered major streets in Columbia, such as Kentucky Blvd., Rollins St., and 9th St.

Greek House decorations
By Mitchell Forde and Chang-Te Hsu

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Two vendors, Dippin Dots and the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company, operate food trucks in front of the Alpha Tau Omega house Friday on Richmond Avenue. Greek organizations unveiled house decorations and performed skits Friday evening as part of MU’s Homecoming celebration.

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A trailer for Regions Bank featuring a large bicycle sits on Burnam Avenue Friday evening. Workers from Regions were handing out banners to the crowd that gathered to watch skits put on by MU Greek organizations.

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Members of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity prepare for a skit behind the backdrop for their performance. Delta Tau Delta was partnered with Delta Delta Delta for MU’s annual Homecoming skits. Each skit was a MU-themed parody of a different tall tale.

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Jordan Danso waits to greet visitors to campus on behalf of the Mizzou Alumni Association on Friday evening at the intersection of Tiger Avenue and Rollins Street. Visitors came to see the house decorations and skits put on by MU Greek organizations.

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A constructed gate welcomes spectators to the stage where members of Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Gamma and Tau Kappa Epsilon performed skits Friday evening in a lot off Richmond Avenue. The skits were a part of MU’s Homecoming celebration. This year’s homecoming theme is “a tail of tradition.”

Sorority House decorations
By Jiwon Choi

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From left to right: Andrew Franquemont, Chris Joseph, Noah Cotten, Adeyinka Adekunle, James Smythe, Spencer Mariottini, and Cole Engelhard from the fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and a Sigma Kappa member Veronica Long work on a 3-D banner of Sigma Kappa on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.

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Fraternity members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pairing with the sorority Sigma Kappa, help construct a deck of the sorority house for homecoming on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. “I’m really excited afterwards to have some fun at the football game but right now it’s just a hard work,” the fraternity member James Smythe said.

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