UCM recently held a ceremony honoring Missourians that have fallen in battle.
A gallery containing several photographs of Missourian soldiers is on display at the UCM Student Recreation & Wellness Center.
The exhibit is on display in the main lobby.
Students walk past the walls of faces, paying their respects.
Students can connect with those that are no longer with us by seeing who they once were.
Students are not the only ones that attended the exhibit and ceremony.
Students pay their respects.
This student stopped to look at nearly every photo/
UCM President Chuck Ambrose also pays his respects.
Chuck Ambrose gave a speech to the audience during the ceremony.
The ceremony ended with the playing of Taps. Many teary-eyed people could be found in the audience.
Get the Red Out is the annual street fair that takes place on the section of Holden street near the UCM campus. Vendors of all types line the street in hopes to get students and citizens involved in various organizations, or in order to sell products to the guests.
The street is packed with students and citizens all enjoying the annual event.
Mo Mule stopped by to boost school spirit and to get plenty of hugs from the young ones.
The UCM basketball teams set up basketball hoops for the guests to try their luck at.
A UCM basketball player lifts this little girl up so she can slam dunk the ball.
UCM Aviation brought one of their model planes down to the street fair.
Keeping up with tradition, Star Wars cosplayers join in the fun. Many people stopped and jumped in to get their photos taken with these costumed people.
The UCM drumline always puts on a good performance.
Drummers keep the cadence throughout the performance.
A view of the street from afar.