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Looking Back-John Ayres

I have so many memories from the inaugural (and 2nd annual) Heinsz Runs in 2005 and 2006.  I remember the collective sadness in the summer of 2004 from the law school and the community of Columbia upon learning of Professor/Dean Heinsz passing.  I remember the memorial service and hearing all the stories about Tim not  Continue Reading »

 

Looking Ahead-Meg Sterchi

The moment Mizzou Law accepted me into its school, I knew that I was going to be a part of something great.  I was going to be part of the Mizzou Law family.  The people involved with this school constantly amaze me by their ambition, but also their generosity in fundraising and volunteering.  Further, the  Continue Reading »

 

Looking Back-Adam Vickery

The Tim Heinsz 5K was started to honor the memory of one of the absolute best people, not just a wonderful teacher, mentor and friend, but one of the best people you could ever hope to encounter.  I had the privilege of having Tim for an ADR class my second semester during my 1L year  Continue Reading »

 

Tips for the Race-2013 Graduate

Hello again.  I can’t believe it’s already April!  That means it’s almost time for the annual TH5k!  During law school, I participated in the planning and preparation for this event each year.  My favorite part was providing tips on how to prepare for the race as either a runner or a dog walker.  Hopefully some  Continue Reading »

 

Favorite Things-The Race Chair from 2013

A Few of my Favorite Things Every year, I get really excited for the Tim Heinsz 5k and Jim Devine Dog Walk.   Why?  Because this event embodies at least a few of my favorite things. First, race time means it’s spring time, and that means we survived winter. Second, it means a free t-shirt or  Continue Reading »

 

Looking Back-Andrew Norton

When I look back at my days as a Missouri law student, there are a lot of great memories, but two things stand out in shaping the type of lawyer and person that I have become: 1) the law school’s dispute resolution tradition, and 2) helping to organize the inaugural (and second annual) Tim Heinsz  Continue Reading »

 

Get Ready!

The time has finally come again! What time is that you might ask. Well the Tim Heinsz 5k and Jim Devine Dog Walk of course! Here in Hulston we are gearing up for the biggest TH5K race to date. In celebration of our 10th year celebrating the lives of these amazing men and raising money  Continue Reading »

 

Registration and Packet Pick-up Today!

The table is set up in the basement of the law school.  We are collecting registrations ($25 today) and handing out race packets. I just checked the weather for tomorrow’s race, and weather.com tells me it will be partly cloudy and 47 degrees.  If you check yesterday’s post, you can use the link to determine  Continue Reading »

 

Packet Pickup

I know how excited you must be that the big day is almost here!  We’ll have race-day registration and packet pick-up if you can’t make it out sooner.  However, if you want to avoid the crowds on Saturday, packet-pickup actually will begin tomorrow morning at 8:00 am with yours truly.  Hopefully all of your questions have  Continue Reading »

 

What to Wear for the 5k

With the whacky weather we’ve been having, it can be difficult to decide how to dress for a run.  When it’s chilly, I like to dress warmer…but once I’ve been out for a few minutes, I’d prefer to shed that extra layer.  Should I wear a long-sleeved shirt, or a jacket?  Shorts, capris, or pants?   Continue Reading »