The Homecoming package, published by Vox magazine, was a photo project compiled by the photography department and the editors at Vox magazine to present the changes that had occurred when the University of Missouri transferred to the Southeastern conference from the Big 12. The photographs, collected from the previous two football seasons, were accompanied with new extended captions and previous reports on social media and news articles about the Tigers' success and failures in the SEC.
Freshman Rachel Davis reacts to the cold splash of water dosing her and her classmates after a messy ordeal. Edmond Santa Fe High School drew battle plans for a food fight during their charity week, Double Wolf Dare Week, to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation in April 2010.
The University of Missouri Crew Men's 8 boat pause before their set at Perche Creek during practice. The members practice five days a week on the water and condition on their two days off.
Members of the Rock Bridge High School baseball team try to understand the errors on their scoreboard during a weekend game. The group wiped the scoreboard clean to fix the multiple errors they had committed.
Senior Joshua Foley finishes the last of his workout barefoot on Stankowski Field. Foley has about six pairs of shoes for running but only uses two or three pairs for training.
Junior Austin Ta tries to rub out some of the flour from his hair before the next food course is served at the food fight for Double Wolf Dare Week. The food fight helped Edmond Santa Fe High School raise money for their charity week to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Junior Tristan Dunlap performs for her family at The Public House Brewing Company in Rolla, Missouri. Dunlap and her father make up the band Famous Elsewhere and play mainly country music around the mid-Missouri area.
Megan Fleming receives last minute orders from fellow coxain Claire Porter on the dock of Perche Creek during a University of Missouri Crew practice. Fleming instructed the Mens 4 boat for the team before a competition that weekend.
Ashley Harvey gives her teammate a hand in the second Wishmakers on Campus Volleyball Tournament-Matches for Marshall during the championship game on Saturday, May 3, 2014. The tournament was the final event of the year to help raise $5,000 to grant Wishmakers on Campus' third wish child.
Tristan Dunlap and her father set up their equipment at The Public House Brewery in Rolla, Missouri. The duo came together in 2013 to form the band, Famous Elsewhere.
Tristan Dunlap performs her set with her friend Richard's guitar after hers broke at a show a few weeks previously. Dunlap prefers to cover country music in her sets and is a frequent performer at The Public House Brewery.
Tristan Dunlap performs for her mother and grandmother at the Public House Brewery in Rolla, Missouri. The Dunlap family moved to the Rolla area when Dunlap was in her senior year of high school.
Tristan Dunlap shows off her first tattoo that she got when she was 16 years old. Her and her mother received similar tattoos, with her mother having a sun instead of a skull and moon, on their shoulders.
Tristan Dunlap relaxes at the Hooka Lounge on Ninth Street on a Monday night after a long day of work. "Usually I don't come here in the beginning of the week but it sounded like a good idea for the moment," she says.
Tristan Dunlap and her mother prepare for the night's festivities on a Saturday night. The two frequently see each other over the weekends to enjoy drinks and family outings while Dunlap attends college at the University of Missouri.
Tristan Dunlap waits as her most recent tattoo of Jack Skeleton to be administered to her forearm. While it is one of many for Dunlap to receive, she says she is still a bit of a baby when she gets them and needs her mom by her side.
Because of the nature of the tattoo, the placement is still up in the air for Tristan Dunlap. She asks for recommendations from her tattoo artist and mom before they begin the process.
Tristan Dunlap's tattoo artist finally decides on placing the tattoo on Dunlap's upper forearm. The tattoo is from one of Dunlap's favorite Tim Burton movies, The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Sitting patiently for the work to be done, Tristan Dunlap says she feels barely any pain from the needle into her arm. "You weren't lying mom, she has a really light touch," she says.
The tattoo artist wraps Tristan Dunlap's new tattoo of Jack Skeleton from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas before leaving the studio. The tattoo is a symbol of escape for Dunlap, just as many of her other tattoos have come to symbolize through the years.