September 13, 2008
In honor of the Missourian's 100th birthday, former staff members share memories of their time in the newsroom.
On September 12 Friday, Jane Stevens and Darwin Hindman, mayor of Columbia, talk to each other at the formal dedication of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.
The Columbia Missourian began on Sept. 14, 1908, as the University Missourian. Its first edition coincided with the opening day of MU’s journalism school, the first in the country. This is a photograph of one of the few copies of this first edition, with some markings.
Jim Pierobon and Mary Elizabeth, who both graduated in 1977, enjoy the taste of Tiger Stripe ice cream during the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute dedication on September 12, Friday.
On Friday, Rose Trbovich, B.J. '49, captures an image of the first-place P.O.Y picture during the Reynolds Journalism Institute dedication.
On Friday at about 4 p.m., the Reynolds Journalism Institute dedication was held. Alumni, faculty, students and members of the community came to the formal dedication, one of the final events of MU's School of Journalism Centennial event.
The chilled potato bar adds a myriad of colors to a table at the Taste of Missouri event Friday evening at Mizzou Arena.
Chef Mark Millman serves cured smoked pork to waiting guests at the Taste of Missouri Event held Friday night at Mizzou Arena. The event highlighted regional cuisine.
Ray Rowland, class of 1950, enjoys dinner with Lew Friedland, professor of journalism and mass communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The two gentlemen shared a table at the Taste of Missouri event Friday night.
Chase Daniel listens to Assistant Athletic Director Rex Sharp during the second half. Daniel was relieved in the third quarter by backups Chase Patton and Blaine Gabbert.
Jeff Wolfert kicks to the Wolfpack during the second quarter of Saturday's game following Jarred Perry's touchdown. Nevada's Brandon Fragger returned the kick for 18 yards before being tackled by Mizzou's Tremane Vaughns.
From left, MU students Darrick Farr, Doug Granda, Levi Hoyes, and Max Leslie brave the rain to root on their team from the front row of the Tigers' Lair cheering section at Memorial Stadium.
Wide receiver Jarred Perry catches a 13-yard pass from Chase Daniel before being tackled by Nevada's Isaiah Frey. On the next play Daniel sent a 27-yard touchdown pass to Perry, bringing the score to Missouri 24, Nevada 7 in the second quarter.
MU wide receiver Jeremy Maclin sprints down the sideline for an 80-yard touchdown reception during the first quarter.
Jeremy Maclin is dragged down by Nevada defensive back Kevin Rutland in the first half.
Jeremy Maclin high-fives members of Tiger's Lair following Saturday's game against the Nevada Wolfpack. Maclin scored three touchdowns in the Tigers' 69-17 victory.
MU linebacker Jeff Gettys celebrates in the endzone after running back an interception for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Running back Vai Taua is brought down by the Missouri defensive line in the second half of the Tigers' 69-17 victory.
Chase Daniel passes downfield during the first half of the Tigers' 69-17 victory. Not only did Daniel set a team record for career passing yards, but he's also now No. 1 in career completion percentage.
Chase Daniel takes the snap and prepares to pass during the first half of Saturday's game against the Nevada Wolfpack. Daniel broke the team record for passing yards during the game.