THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Step shows and 9/11 remembrance

Sunday, September 16, 2012 | 5:08 p.m. CDT; updated 7:15 a.m. CDT, Monday, September 17, 2012

COLUMBIA — Last week's photographs by Missourian journalists captured a remembrance of 9/11 by Columbia Independent School students, a step show and pole dancing techniques.

In this photo by Jaime Henry-White, from left, Sam Norwood, Kendall Pilscher, Leaven Phillips and Gary Craig, members of Kappa Alpha Psi, get ready to perform at the National Pan-Hellenic Council step show. Fans gathered Wednesday for MU's annual Fall Fest, where they enjoyed free food and entertainment.

Missouri tailback Miles Drummond greets cheering fans in the student section of Memorial Stadium after Missouri's win over Arizona State 24-20, in this photo by Jaime Henry-White.

Photographer Stuart Palley captured students placing American flags on the front lawn of Columbia Independent School on Tuesday morning. The students placed 2,977 flags on the east lawn of the school in remembrance of the 2,977 victims of 9/11.

In this photo by Naveen Mahadevan, Jordan Mazur, right, owner of Muse Pole Fitness, shows Haylee Green, left, and Jenn Cornelious pole dancing moves. The pole fitness trend has gained popularity across the United States, and Mazur said she has about 30 students enrolled in her classes.

Photographer Bobby Watson captured this photo of cyclists crossing the finish line at the Bike MS: Gateway Getaway Ride last Sunday. Nearly 3,000 people rode either 40, 75 or 100 miles for the event to raise funds and awareness for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Supervising editor is Maggie Walter.

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