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Zombie makeup

Kate Sherwood applies the beginnings of zombie makeup to Lydia Strange as part of Columbia Access Television's 2009 COMO Zombie Walk, on Saturday. Strange told Sherwood that she wanted her makeup to look like "my boyfriend beat me up and left me in a dumpster."

Zombies kill anchor

As part of the COMO Zombie Walk event, Columbia Access Television (CAT) aired a live show, staged as a news program, where zombies like Logan Lemmon (glasses) and Nick Howland (stocking cap) attacked anchor Chase Thompson, on Saturday. As the live broadcast continued, Thompson's crew disappeared. He was attacked by a zombie and then the camera panned to show the parade of zombies staggering through the building.

Crowd of zombies

Zombies wait for their cue as part of Columbia Access Television's COMO Zombie Walk television event on Saturday. Joel Shettlesworth (lower left) led the onslaught of zombies, which overran the station and ate anchor Chase Thompson.

Helping kindergarteners learn hygiene

Sherry Powell, a dental hygienist, demonstrates to a kindergarten class at Blue Ridge Elementary what happens when sugar and bacteria combine in their mouths. Powell, along with representatives from the Student National Medical Association regional conference, went to classrooms to explain healthy habits and Halloween safety.

Practicing washing hands

Kindergartner Kaylee Cornell, 5, left center, practices washing her hands during a demonstration by participants of the Student National Medical Association regional conference on Friday at Blue Ridge Elementary School. Along with hygiene tips, kids at the school also learned how to stay safe on Halloween.

Showing proper brushing habits

Sherry Powell, left, a dental hygienist, demonstrates to the kindergarten class at Blue Ridge Elementary what happens when sugar and bacteria combine in their mouths on Friday. Powell, along with representatives from the Student National Medical Association regional conference, went to classrooms to explain healthy habits and Halloween safety.

Weatherspoon shakes hands with Missouri fans

Sean Weatherspoon shakes the hands of the Mizzou fans at the end of the Missouri Tigers' win on Saturday.

Gabbert evades Colorado tackle

Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert tries to escape a tackle by Anthony Perkins during the fourth quarter of Missouri's 36-17 victory over Colorado.

Ralphie, Colorado's mascot

Ralphie, the live buffalo mascot at the University of Colorado, leads the players onto the field before the game and at the beginning of the second half.

One-handed catch against Colorado

MU sophomore Jerrell Jackson pulls in a one-handed catch against CU defender Jeff Smart. Tigers went into halftime leading the Buffaloes 33-3.

Reaching for a win

Colorado middle linebacker Marcus Burton stops a diving Derrick Washington just short of the end zone in the first half of today's game in Boulder.

Hickman offense

The Hickman Kewpie offense lines up before the snap during their game against Jefferson City Friday night.

Hickman FB Herman

Senior quarterback Matt Herman (22) runs the ball during the Kewpies game against the Jefferson City Jays Friday night. Hickman lost the game 28-9. It was their final game of the season.

Hickman Coach Wright

Head coach Jason Wright talks to the Hickman football team after their game against Jefferson City on Friday night. After losing 28-9, Wright told the team, "we have a lot of heart in this team. I'm proud of you, keep your heads up."

Hickman Football - Leftwich

Wesley Leftwich, Hickman wide receiver, embraces Matt Herman, senior quarterback, after their final game of the season Friday night against Jefferson City. After the game, the team huddled together and a team member said, "keep going and keep doing what you gotta do."

Hickman Cheerleaders

From left, Breaunna Bragg, Hilary Oncken, Taylor Humble, Amy Wisniewski, and Ellen O'Connor, cheerleaders for Hickman, drink hot chocolate during half time to stay warm. While the day was sunny, evening temperatures dropped to 46 with winds of up to 24 mph.

Jays beat Hickman

Jefferson City wide receiver Jordan Green (3) catches the ball in the game against Hickman Friday night. Offensive passing options were limited for both teams due to high wind gusts through out the night.

Lynch delivers her first speech as Stephens College president

Stephens College President Dianne Lynch gestures while telling a story during her speech as part of her installation ceremony in Kimball Ballroom in Lela Raney Wood Hall on Friday. Lynch was appointed Stephens College's 24th president after coming from Ithaca College in New York, where she served as the dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

Presenting the official symbol of Stephens College

George Ann Stokes Harding, Class of '58, Chair of Stephens College's Board of Trustees, presents to President Dianne Lynch the official symbol of the college and of the office of the presidency, the Presidential Medallion, on Friday. The medallion is engraved with the crest of the college and is worn by its president to all academic ceremonies. The three symbols found on the crest represent the education of women, learning through study and writing, and enlightenment through education.

Faculty, staff parade in for Lynch's inauguration

Pamela Ellsworth-Smith, front left, assistant professor of music in the School of Performing Arts, and Monica Phillippe-McMurry, front right, dean of the School of Design and Fashion, wait to enter Lela Raney Wood Hall as part of the faculty processional on Friday. Ellsworth-Smith directed the Velvetones' performance of "I'm a Woman" to close out Stephens College President Dianne Lynch's installation ceremony.
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