Weaving Relationships [Photo]

Barbara Gruner, left, Mandy Huelsmeyer and Bex Oliger chat on their way out after the group's Happy Hour.

Inneco directs "Un-Halloween Concert" [Photo]

Alex Inneco leads the choir and signals a sound technician during a dress rehearsal at the Missouri United Methodist Church on December 2, 2007. On October 31, he will be directing the 9th Street Philharmonic Orchestra's "Un-Halloween Concert," which will feature Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6, Mendelsshon’s Symphony No. 5 and Brahms Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6.

Spinning their wheels [Photo]

Carisa Schuster and Bill Chisenhall chat while knitting. Chisenhall learned how to crochet a year ago in order to make his girlfriend a bikini.

Tibetan monks come to MU to create sand paintings [Graphic]

Tibetan monks will spend two days creating a mandala sand painting at MU's Ellis Library. The finished design will be approximately five feet by five feet. The mandala is meant to rededicate the earth and represent a deity.

Hamlin celebrates, Edwards heads to pits [Photo]

Denny Hamlin does a burn out as Carl Edwards heads to the pits Sunday after the Tums 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at the Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va.

Missouri women's soccer team claims Big 12 title [Photo]

Senior midfielder Bree Thorton drives the ball down the field during Missouri's game against the Nebraska on Sunday.

Kendra Collins dribbles past Huskers [Photo]

Kendra Collins, a sophomore forward for the Tigers, dribbles the ball past her opponent Sunday. The Missouri Tigers defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers 5-0 to win the Big 12 championship.

Missouri women's soccer players celebrate win [Photo]

Missouri women's soccer players, from left, Kendra Collins, Alysha Bonnick and Bree Thorton celebrate after winning the Big 12 regular season championship on Sunday.

Senior Crystal Wagner dribbles during the Big 12 championship game [Photo]

Senior defender Crystal Wagner dribbles the ball away from a Nebraska opponent.

Missouri women's soccer team win Big 12 championship [Photo]

The Missouri women's soccer team hoists the Big 12 championship trophy Sunday.

Shipley burns Missouri [Photo]

Texas wide receiver Jordan Shipley steps into the end zone after catching an 8-yard pass for a touchdown during the first quarter Saturday.

Stephens College hosts costume sale [Slideshow]

Costumes from theatrical productions of several eras were sold in a rummage sale called "Blast from the Past" on Saturday. The sale was held at the Warehouse Theatre on the campus of Stephens College. The event was directed by theater department students to raise money for the theater and the Playhouse Costume Shop.

Fun City youth clean up Douglass Park [Photo]

Tavareon Patrick, 6, picks up trash along the fence surrounding the baseball field at Douglass Park. Patrick is enrolled at Fun City Youth Academy, which organized the community service project.

Fun City cleanup of Douglass Park [Photo]

Jamale Marteen picks up recyclables near the basketball court during the Fun City Youth Academy community service project at Douglass Park on Saturday.

Counties with the most deer-vehicle collisions [Graphic]

According to a report from State Farm, deer-vehicle collisions rose 14 percent in the last five years. These numbers tend to be the highest in the autumn and winter months.

Longhorns eludes tacklers [Photo]

Texas wide receiver Malcolm Williams slips by Missouri defender Brian Coulter.

Tigers lose to Longhorns [Photo]

Tissue-paper flowers at a wedding reception [Photo]

The flowers that sit on this table at Sarah Overfelt's wedding reception on Oct. 4 aren't really flowers at all. Her sister, Olivia Welch-Taylor, helped decorate her wedding by making the flowers out of tissue paper.

Amanda Clinch Listens [Photo]

Amanda Clinch listens on Saturday as Boone County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Knight reads an e-mail she wrote to a friend about how long it was taking to get a divorce from her ex-husband Jeremy Bohannon.

Tissue-paper flowers [Photo]

Tissue-paper flowers sit on a table at Sarah Overfelt's wedding reception. Her sister, Olivia Taylor, created the bouquets as part of an array of money-saving techniques employed for the wedding.