Lane Burdette

Visuals Director

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  • Visuals Director (Summer 2017 - present )
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ARTICLES (2)
What's up in photo? (Mar. 23, 2017)
PHOTOS (45)
(Dec. 06, 2016)
Photo illustration. (Dec. 06, 2016)
Photo illustration of a sleeping college student. Many college students do not get the seven to nine hours of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation, for reasons ranging from homework to noise to parties. (Jan. 19, 2017)
The MU Craft Studio, previously located in the basement of Memorial Student Union, has transitioned to Gentry Hall Room 11B. This move follows the closing of the studio’s previous location in fall 2016. (Jan. 25, 2017)
University of Missouri professor Melissa Stormont, who attended the event with her daughter, lays flowers on the steps of the Islamic Center of Central Missouri. “It’s important to be out [demonstrating] every day when all of those misguided un-American policies and executive orders are being issued,” Stormont said. (Jan. 29, 2017)
The MU International Center is located in the basement of Memorial Union North. (Feb. 07, 2017)
MU Sophomore and Plant Science major Kailey Brooks’ sculpture, Persistence, was displayed at the 2017 Visual Art and Design Showcase and won People’s Choice. The figure was made from live material gathered directly from nature or sponsored by the MU Division of Plant Sciences. Each day revealed changes to Brooks’ work as the plant’s water source expired on January 30, the first day of the showcase. “Already the roses show it a lot. I think here within the next few days you'll see the petals begin to drop,” said Brooks, a few days after the plants began wilting. This is the first year in which floral design has been included in the showcase. (Feb. 07, 2017)
The 2nd annual Visual Art and Design showcase, on display in Jessie Hall from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3, featured art created by undergraduate students from a broad variety of disciplines. “We have students from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Human Environmental Sciences, the School of Journalism, and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources,” said Linda Blockus, chair of Undergraduate Research and member of the event's planning committee. “We have students from four colleges. My goal [next year] is to get 3D printing—to get engineering—because that’s visual design too.” (Feb. 07, 2017)
The Student Success Center on Lowry Mall is home to a number of student services, including the Career Center, which offers help with everything from resume to interview tips. (Feb. 07, 2017)
Spending and saving money smarter is just one of the tips of advice by MOVE columnist Ben Jarzombek to live your best adult life. (Feb. 07, 2017)
Visual Art and Design Showcase’s Keynote Speaker was Sarah Lean, the first female director of photography at National Geographic. Lean won the College Photographer of the Year competition as an MU student in 1979 and has worked as a photographer since. (Feb. 08, 2017)
Photo illustration of a sleeping college student. Many college students do not get the seven to nine hours of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation, for reasons ranging from homework to noise to parties. (Feb. 14, 2017)
The MU Chapter of The National Alliance of Black School Educators hosted a panel for students, faculty and community members in 201 Hill Hall titled “Teaching #BlackLivesMatter in the Classroom" no Thursday, Feb. 15. (Feb. 16, 2017)
Photo Illustration. (Feb. 21, 2017)
Lowry Mall will be closing for steam tunnel repair beginning May 15, and is expected to be completed in March 2018. (Mar. 19, 2017)
Andy Hoffmann and Tony Hayeslip face off in the first fight of the Kickboxing for Babies event on Friday, March 17. Hayeslip was declared the victor. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Ben Mitchell and Charlie Raasch square off in the boxing ring. The judges decided unanimously that Raasch won the match, held in the ring atop what is normally basketball courts. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Alpha Chi Omega Casey Smith stands near the ring's edge after being declared the victor of her fight against Kappa Delta Molly Mintz. "About a month ago I didn't even know how to throw a proper punch," said Smith, who prepared for her fight at the Columbia Training Academy. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Gamma Phi Beta member Claire Wills and Kappa Delta member Olivia Landon fight for dominance during their Kickboxing for Babies match. Wills was unanimously declared the winner by the event judges. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Gamma Phi Beta member Claire Wills and Kappa Delta member Olivia Landon meet in the center of the ring before starting their match. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Alpha Gamma Sigma member Austin Ambrozi faces Sigma Alpha Epsilon member Kreed Eberhart kickbox for the FIJI philanthropy event Kickboxing for Babies. Kickboxing incorporates elements from Karate, Kun Khmer, Muay Thai, and boxing. Ambrozi won the match. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Alpha Gamma Sigma member Austin Ambrozi faces Sigma Alpha Epsilon member Kreed Eberhart kickbox for the FIJI philanthropy event Kickboxing for Babies. Kickboxing incorporates elements from Karate, Kun Khmer, Muay Thai, and boxing. Ambrozi won the match. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Shouts erupt from the crowd during the first moments of a fight between Kappa Delta's Molly Mintz and Alpha Chi Omega's Casey Smith. (Mar. 22, 2017)
Alpha Epsilon Pi's banner is one of many hung up in honor of men's basketball freshmen recruits visiting campus on Saturday, April 8, 2017. (Apr. 11, 2017)
Photo Illustration. (Apr. 12, 2017)
AEPi was only one of the several Greek houses on campus to hang banners for visiting basketball recruits. (Apr. 19, 2017)
AEPi was only one of the several Greek houses on campus to hang banners for visiting basketball recruits. (Apr. 19, 2017)
(May. 02, 2017)
The March For Science is just one of recent protests to fill Columbia's streets, landing the word "march" a top five spot in words to summarize this year. (May. 03, 2017)
The March For Science is just one of recent protests to fill Columbia's streets, landing the term "march" a top five spot in words to summarize this year. (May. 03, 2017)
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The Mizzou Market is one extension of Campus Dining Services that will be affected by new student charge restrictions, which target food, clothes, and other non-academic sales. (Jun. 22, 2017)
The view from Parking Structure 7, which is located just South of the MU student health center. (Aug. 02, 2017)
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A small crowd gathers at the top of a rock bluff in Capen Park to wait for the solar eclipse. (Aug. 24, 2017)
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2017 Roots N Blues wristbands allow festival goers to complete cashless payments with ease. (Sep. 27, 2017)
Copies of Helen Fisher's book "Why We Love" were available for purchase after her lecture. (Oct. 11, 2017)
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A Citizen Jane Film Festival poster hangs in the MU Arts & Science Building. (Oct. 25, 2017)
The MUPD substation is located on the first level of the MU Student Center. (Oct. 31, 2017)
Cara Lawlor (center) performs improv comedy with her teammates on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, in The Shack. (Nov. 18, 2017)
Study materials photo illustration. (Dec. 06, 2017)
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