Kansas player Caroline Jarmoc (9) sends a spike past Kansas State's Kaitlynn Pelger during the fourth set on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Horejsi Center.
Kansas' Nicole Tate hits the floor after failing to save a point from Kansas State during the third set on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Horejsi Center.
Kansas players Tayler Tolefree (5) and Allison Mayfield (15) rise up to attempt a block against Kansas State's Kathleen Ludwig during the second set on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Horejsi Center.
Kansas player Brianne Riley watches a Kansas State point hit the floor during the second set agains the Wildcats on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Horejsi Center.
Four narrators in EMU Theatre's production of "Horrorshow V: Last Call of C'thulhu at the Old Arkham Saloon," meet in a bar scene. Pictured are Quinton Cheney, playing the part of Xander, Liza Pehrson, playing the part of Lydia, Andy Stowers, playing the part of Doc and Chris Haberger, playing the part of detective Eddie Wilson.
The Kansas Jayhawks ready themselves for a serve from Kansas State during the second set on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Horejsi Center.
Cast members from EMU Theatre's production of "Horrorshow V: Last Call of C'thulhu at the Old Arkham Saloon," run through one of the seven short plays, "Reanimated." The plays make up the whole production and are based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Pictured are Andy Stowers, left, playing the part of Doc, Brett Scott, playing the part of Herbert West and Cristoph Cording, playing the part of Robert.
An HIV clinic was held Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at the Kansas Union. A simple oral swab is used for the testing.
Kevin Anderson/Journal-World Photo.An HIV clinic was held Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at the Kansas Union. Candy and condoms were on hand to give away to those who got tested.
Kevin Anderson/Journal-World Photo.Olivia Burchett, prevention coordinator with the Douglas County Aids Project, hosted an HIV clinic that was held Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at the Kansas Union.
Oz and Dusty are two black cats that share the house with two other cats and two dogs. Both were rescue animals brought home by Katie Evans' family.
Oz and Dusty are two black cats that share the house with two other cats and two dogs. They both were rescued by Kate Evans' family.
A vehicle turns off of Arkansas Street and into the main entrance at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. A 2011 study revealed that LMH does have a parking shortage for patients and visitors during peak times of use. The study recommended adding parallel parking along Arkansas Street between Third and Fourth streets as one way to add about 30 parking spaces. LMH agreed with the recommendation and work is set to begin in July.
Dusty is a 6-year-old black cat that has mostly belong to Katie Evans in the Evans' household that includes other pets. Dusty was a rescue cat in Virginia before moving with Evans to Lawrence.
Jacki Becker, second from the front and the rest of Team Eleven will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Eleven Productions with 11.11.11, a one-day music festival on, wait for it, Nov. 11.
Keegan Matheis (left) and Thomas Becker (right), ninth-graders from Central Jr High, finished together in the Sunflower League boys junior varsity race at Rim Rock.
From left, Kansas women's basketball players Angel Goodrich, Carolyn Davis and Monica Engelman answer questions during Big 12 Media Day on Wednesday, Oct 19, 2011 at the Sprint Center.
Protesters in the Occupy Lawrence camp at South Park converse in a circle on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 shortly after meeting with several city officials earlier in the afternoon. The protesters were told to leave the park by Thursday night as their permit to remain overnight had expired.
From left, Kansas women's basketball players Angel Goodrich, Carolyn Davis and Monica Engelman listen to an interview with their head coach Bonnie Henrickson during Big 12 Media Day on Wednesday Oct 19, 2011 at the Sprint Center.
Angel Goodrich, left, and Monica Engelman listen to an interview with teammate Carolyn Davis at Big 12 Media Day on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Sprint Center.
Carolyn Davis answers questions during Big 12 Media Day on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at the Sprint Center.
Janeal Krehbiel, right, directs a performance with the Lawrence Children's Choir at the Lawrence Presbyterian Manor last month. Krehbiel meets with her senior choir at the manor and says she loves that she's had the chance to work with people of all ages on their voices.
"The Outhouse: The Film 1985-1998" poster
Archie Goodwin, a 4-month-old cat, sits in one of his favorite rocking chairs. Archie is owned by Lawrence's Betty Ruhlen, who picked him up from the Lawrence Humane Society.
People interested in telling their own story of The Outhouse during its days as a music venue are encouraged to bring video, posters and photos like this one of Fugazi submitted by Greg Blair.
Reflected in the mirrors. Lily Otter, 6, left, watches as Ellea Wilson, 10, center, gets a bloody cut applied to her forehead with the help of her sister, Aya Wilson, 8, and Hailey Gillespie, the youth education director with Theatre Lawrence.
Kansas head women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson gives a wink after answering a reporter's question of whether Missouri should remain a member of the Big 12 conference at Big 12 Media Day at the Sprint Center on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011.
Kansas head women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson shakes hands with Texas A&M coach Gary Blair at the 2011 Big 12 Media Day at the Sprint Center on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011.
Carolyn "Cay" Reedy
Catches of the day: Sebastian “Snacky” Bonner holds his catch of the day: two 30-pound striped Bass caught this July in the Boston Harbor. His catch was made into a fine dinner that night. Bonner, a sophomore at Kansas University, was visiting his aunt and uncle, Claire Masinton and Jim Carroll in Newton, Mass. He is the son of Sebastian Bonner and Carolyn Masinton, and the grandson of Jerry and Martha Masinton, all of Lawrence. Martha submitted the photo.