November 18, 2007
Sarah Natani uses a Navajo lap spindle during a workshop to demonstrate the Navajo method of spinning wool into yarn.
View photos from the MU football team's game at Kansas State.
November 17, 2007
Missouri guard Keon Lawrence takes a uncontested shot during the first half Friday night.
Missouri defender Kat Tarr, right, tries to keep the ball away from Southeast Missouri forward Courtney Alexander.
Chris Mazurek, a psychology professor at Columbia College, poses in front of the bookcase in his office on Friday. Mazurek was a contestant on Jeopardy last fall and recieved an invitation to compete in the Tournament of Champions. Mazurek advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament and won $10,000.
Missouri's Marshall Brown (15) is one of many Tigers seeing significant playing time this year.
Diamond Bigham, 8, center, watches people walk by while (from left to right) Taelor Campbell, 9, Tiffanie Sinks and C.J. Campbell, 5, eat lunch at the Imani Mission Centers' Harvest Dinner at the mission center, on Saturday.
Al Brady and Karla Manlaney serve lunch at the Imani Mission Centers' Harvest Dinner at the mission center, on Saturday. Both Brady and Manlaney have been volunteering at the dinner since it began nine years ago.
The Thanksgiving grocery rush is in full swing at the Columbia HyVee supermarket. This store alone is prepared to handle 50,000 pounds of turkey this season, said store manager, Rob Reif.
November 16, 2007
Fourth-grader Cedreana Hoover, 10, adds facial detail to her clay relief portrait during Kathy Dwyer's art class at Rock Bridge Elementary School. "The fun part (is) you get to get messy," she said.
Kindergartener Clarence Moore, 5, cuts out his painting in art class. "I made Batman," Moore said. "No wait, I made a Mama Monster."
Fourth-graders Kaitlynne Kaempfer, 9; Maddi Albrecht, 9; and Hannah Schafer, 10; work on clay relief portraits during Kathy Dwyer's art class at Rock Bridge Elementary School.
First-grader Fisher Highbarger finishes his paper house in art class. "I made a house, lawn, rocks, pumpkin, and a tree, and that's all," Highbarger said.
Fifth-grader Satey Yates, 11, works on the finishing touches of her dream catcher in Kathy Dwyer's art class at Rock Bridge Elementary School.
Bob Boross, the new dance department chair at Stephens College, watches on as Chris Benjamin, left, and Ashley Fazio go over their steps on Tuesday, October 16 in the dance studio at Stephens Auditorium. This is Boross' 28th year teaching dance but his first at Stephens.
Bob Boross, the new chairman of the dance department at Stephens College, studied economics in college but changed his mind when he saw his first musical and fell in love with dance.