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Elderberries

Elderberries grow on a vine near Hartsburg.

Hannah Spratt applies stage makeup

Sophomore Hannah Spratt applies black pencil as she transforms herself into an "undead" Mr. Spock from "Star Trek." Spratt, a major in technical theater and English, is a student in a stage makeup class at MU.

Gwen Bobbitt mixes stage makeup

MU senior Gwen Bobbitt, a classical languages major, mixes stage makeup during a class Monday at Rhynsburger Theatre. Bobbitt was painting herself to become a tree.

Jessica Duncan applies stage makeup

MU sophomore Jessica Duncan prepares her face for her fantasy stage makeup Monday at Rhynsburger Theatre.

Stage makeup scattered across a counter

Watercolor stage makeup lies scattered across a counter during an MU stage makeup class at Rhynsburger Theatre on Monday.

Instructor offers advice on stage makeup

From left, MU sophomore Rachel Davis and junior Jade Li get advice about their stage makeup from instructor Andy Pierce, a graduate student. Davis was transforming herself into a broken alien, while Li was becoming a Japanese painting of Mount Fuji.

Students apply fantasy stage makeup

From left, MU sophomore Jessica Duncan, senior Fraisia Logan and graduate student Andy Pierce apply fantasy makeup during a class Monday afternoon at Rhynsburger Theatre. Pierce's stage makeup class was doing a lesson on fantasy makeup. Duncan was becoming a dinosaur emerging from an egg, and Logan was becoming a brick wall. Pierce was testing a new kind of stage makeup.

Runners in Stephens Lake Park

Two runners cool down on a path in Stephens Lake Park on Monday. The high temperature was 77 on Monday in Columbia.

Fallen leaves

The grass is still green, but the leaves are definitely turning in Stephens Lake Park on the last Monday in October.

MU football player Dan Hoch vs. Oklahoma

Missouri junior offensive lineman Dan Hoch celebrates after a Tigers touchdown Saturday against Oklahoma.

Walk around Stephens Lake Park

From left, Charity Barnes, 9-year-old Kyra Ward and Nicole Ward take their dogs, Moose and Patches, for a walk around Stephens Lake Park on Monday. Many families took advantage of the unusually warm weather to enjoy the emerging fall color.

Felt-soled shoes

Felt-soled boots are still for sale at Bass Pro Shops in Columbia. The Missouri Department of Conservation could soon ban felt-soled boots because of the alga "rock snot," which can be spread after anglers wearing the boots tread through infected waters. Fragments of the alga become embedded in the boot soles.

MU player celebrates with helmet in air

An MU player hoists his helmet in the amid a crowd of other players, cheerleaders and fans who stormed Faurot Field after the Tigers' victory over Oklahoma on Saturday.

Tony Lewis

Tony Lewis is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Leo Roland

Leo Roland is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Darris Peal

Darris Peal is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Daron Peal

Daron Peal is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Trash bags fill bins near Faurot Field

Post-game trash filled bins to their rims Sunday morning near Faurot Field.

Seventh-Day Adventists volunteer to clean up near Faurot Field

Members of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Moberly traveled 20 miles south to Columbia to help with the Homecoming cleanup on Sunday. Here, they're working a lot near Faurot Field.

Trash bags line parking lots near Faurot Field

Trash bags line the parking lots near Faurot Field the day after Missouri's historic win over Oklahoma, the top-ranked team in the Bowl Championship Series standings. Beer cans, beer bottles, leftover food and lost car keys were among the things volunteers picked up from tailgating areas.
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