Kansas forward Ashley Williams (9) stretches out as she tries to control the ball during Kansas' soccer match against Purdue, Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas forward Jamie Fletcher (11) beats Purdue's Kim Love (14) to the ball during their soccer match Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas forward Caroline Kastor, center, collides with Purdue goalkeeper Clara Kridler, right, in front of the Boilermaker goal as Megan Kaser watches during their soccer match Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas midfielder Liana Salazar scores the first goal of the game on a penalty kick during Kansas' soccer match against Purdue, Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas forward Jamie Fletcher (11) is pushed down while battling for control of the ball against Purdue's Melissa Casella (44) and Kim Love during their soccer match Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas players celebrate a goal by Ashley Williams during Kansas' soccer match against Purdue, Sunday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Mater Dei forward Stanley Johnson, left, spins around Archbishop Mitty forward Aaron Gordon as he goes to the basket during the second quarter of the CIF boys open division state high school basketball championship game in Sacramento, Calif., Saturday, March 23, 2013.
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Fellow world championship air guitar contestants hoist Eric Melin on their shoulders on stage after he won the competition.
Eric Melin is greeted by a group of friends at Kansas City International Airport upon his triumphant return home.
Eric “Mean Melin” Melin, of Lawrence, performs during the Air Guitar World Championships on Aug. 24 in Oulu, Finland. After qualifying for the Championships by way of a Dark Horse competition the night before, Eric won first place in the main event after a tie-breaker performance, or “air-off.”
I spotted this young girl enjoying a field water sprinkler. Recognizing an interesting photograph but not wanting to disrupt the scene, I photographed her before approaching her. As a photographer you have the right to photograph people on public property or on private property when given permission. When and where to photograph people often comes down to opportunity and your willingness to engage people.
Light artist James Turrell at Roden Crater, an extinct volcanic cinder cone in Arizona that Turrell is transforming into a work of art. Copyright James Turrell. Photograph by Florian Holzherr.
Gard Blue, 1968. © James Turrell. Photograph by Florian Holzherr. Collection of Mark and Lauren Booth.
Untitled (26RIR+A), 2008. Transmission light work. 61 ½ x 39 ½” (156.2 x 100.3 cm). © James Turrell. Photograph by Joerg Lohse, courtesy Pace Gallery.
Kansas University strength and conditioning coach Scott Holsopple conducts warmups during practice on Aug. 23. Holsopple — he always wears sweat pants and a hooded sweatshirt because “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with feeling uncomfortable. I think you should feel uncomfortable.” — is the man in charge of sharpening the Jayhawks’ bodies and attitudes.
This three-member team participated in the Stock Market Game sponsored by the Kansas Council on Economic Education, as part of the requirements for Gayle Dempsey’s business management class at Baldwin High School, and it was recognized for ranking in the top 5 percent of all investment portfolios created in the spring semester. From left, are students Devin Shay and Curtis Covert, and principal Rob McKim. Not pictured is student team member Quint Heinecke. Student teams were given $100,000 to invest and were ranked according to their portfolio gains. Gayle Dempsey submitted the photo.