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Bendoff's floor routine

Missouri's Brittany Bendoff practices her routine for the floor exercise.

Gymnasts get ready

Missouri freshmen gymnasts Brittany Bendoff, left, Lauren Swankoski, center, and Tori Howard chalk up their hands before working on their routines on the uneven bars during practice.

Sutu Forté instructs performers

Sutu Forté, center, instructs her performers on what to do in the beginning of their show during a rehearsal on Nov. 11, at Hazel Kinder's Lighthouse Theatre. From left, Irene Haskins and Hazel Kinder hug while Candace Martin smiles. Forte will perform a benefit concert Monday at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.

Sutu Forté rehearses before "Sutu Forte's Vaude Squad"

Sutu Forté rehearses for "Sutu Forté's Vaude Squad" on Nov. 11 at Hazel Kinder's Lighthouse Theatre. The show, which will be performed on Monday, is part of a benefit concert.

Brain images

A T1-weighted Structural Image. The photo shows a comparison between data from new BIC 3T Siemens Trio system, left, and MU Hospital 1.5T Siemens Symphony system, right. Photo courtesy of http://clinicalneurolab.missouri.edu/BIC/index.html.

MU Brain Imaging Center opens

Brain Imaging Center director Nelson Cowan stands by the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) equipment, which is worth approximately $1.9 million. The MRI scanner generates 3 Tesla of magnetic field. Within that powerful field, a monkey wrench can be lifted six feet up in the air.

MU Brain Imaging Center doctors already at work

Nelson Cowan demonstrates how to analyze a test result in Room 122 at the MU's Brain Imaging Center on October 30, 2009. The Brain Imaging Center at MU recently opened, which provides all of the resources needed for magnetic resonance brain imaging.

MU senior guard Toy Richbow takes the ball

Missoui senior guard Toy Richbow takes the ball around Northern Iowa's K.K. Armstrong during the Tigers' regular season opener.

Halftime games net prize for child

Charlee Schultz, 9, tries to shoot a basket while dressed in an MU jersey to win a prize during halftime of the Missouri women's basketball season opener. Schultz had to put on an MU jersey and shorts, run down the court and make a basket before anyone else in order to win. After a few attempts, she won.

MU women's basketball opener

Missouri senior forward Amanda Hanneman tries to go around Northern Iowa's Kim Wypiszynski on Sunday during the Tigers' regular season opener at Mizzou Arena.

Johnson wins in Phoenix

Jimmie Johnson (48) celebrates after winning the Checker O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 on Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz.

Ensemble Galilei plays music to images from Hubble

Ensemble Galilei plays classical music to complement images from the Hubble space telescope during the Universe of Dreams multimedia concert Saturday evening at Jesse Auditorium at MU.

NPR host narrates poems to Hubble images

NPR radio host Neal Conan narrates poems and short stories to images from the Hubble telescope during the Universe of Dreams show Saturday evening, Nov. 14, 2009, in Jesse Auditorium at MU.

The cast of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play"

From left, the cast of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" includes Ames Adamson, Quin Gresham, Jacob Knoll, Liz Ali and Anne Marie Bills. Because the play is set up as a play within a play, each actor plays multiple parts throughout the show. "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" opens on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009 in Arrow Rock.

Liz Ali and Jacob Knoll perform as Mary and George Bailey

Liz Ali, left, and Jacob Knoll, right, perform a scene as Mary and George Bailey during a dress rehearsal of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" at the Lyceum Theatre. The show is a play within a play of a radio crew producing a radio version of "It's a Wonderful Life" and opens on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009.

Actors share a moment during "It's a Wonderful Life" dress rehearsal

Jacob Knoll and Liz Ali share a moment onstage as George and Mary Bailey during a dress rehearsal of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" at the Lyceum Theatre in Arrow Rock on Friday, Nov. 13, 2009. The play opens Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009, and runs through Nov. 22, 2009.

Universe of Dreams show

NPR radio host Neal Conan narrates images from the Hubble Space Telescope during the Universe of Dreams show in Jesse Auditorium at Mu on Saturday.

Farewell Field Fair

Field Elementary hosted a “Farewell Field Fair” Saturday evening to celebrate the school’s history before all the staff and students move to Alpha Hart Lewis Elementary in January.

Ensemble Universe of Dreams show

Ensemble Galilei plays classical music to complement images from the Hubble Space Telescope during the Universe of Dreams multimedia concert in Jesse Auditorium at MU on Saturday.

Missouri defense surrounds K-State receiver Brandon Banks

Missouri defenders Kenji Jackson, left, Will Ebner, center, and Jasper Simmons, right, converge on Kansas State wide receiver Brandon Banks in Saturday's Tigers victory.
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