September 13, 2008
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.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel lets loose an 80-yard pass to receiver Jeremy Maclin for the Tigers' second touchdown Saturday against Nevada.
Famous Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko performed his poem "The Lead Honorarium" in honor of the centennial anniversary of the Missouri School of Journalism. Yevtushenko first read the poem in Russian and followed it with an English translation Friday night.
Lauren Gafke, 7, of Henderson, Nev., considers her dessert options at the Taste of Missouri event Friday night. Desserts included carrot cake, fruit and local pies.
Students, alumni, and attendees of the Missouri School of Journalism's 100 year Centennial and Dedication ceremonies look on as Igor Smirnoff hosts a seminar on digital magazines and newspapers during the Technology Summit portion of the week's events Friday in Fisher Auditorium.
Edward Dolbashian conducts an orchestra made up of MU faculty and students from the School of Music. They performed "Telling the Story, Fair and True" before the presentation by famed poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.
MU tight end Chase Coffman evades Nevada defensive backs Kevin Grimes (20) and Mike Evans (28) on his way to the endzone during the third quarter.
Bob Van Leer, a 1951 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, traveled from Oregon to attend this week's Centennial and Dedication ceremonies. Van Leer, 81, published and edited the Curry County Reporter in Gold Beach, Ore., with his late wife, Betty, for 41 years.
Alex Keckeisen cheers after he makes a good throw in a game of washers Saturday at Reactor Field. Keckeisen wears a gorilla costume to tailgate because he says "Chase Coffman is a beast."
"We're going to continue to have print," Carol Loomis said. "I think there's going to continue to be a market for it, but as a business, it's never going to be as good as it has been."
Quarterback Chase Daniel passes 80 yards to Jeremy Maclin for the Tigers' second touchdown of the game. With that pass, Daniel became Missouri's all-time passing leader with 8,846 yards.
Tigers defensive lineman Tommy Chavis battles Nevada tight end Kevin Bohr during the first half of Saturday's game.
Hickman struggled in a 48-15 loss to Park Hill on Friday.
SLIDESHOW: Missouri School of Journalism’s centennial celebration came to a close Friday evening with a special performance by Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Guests enjoyed live jazz music, a chilled potato bar and an array of alumni before scattering about the stands in Mizzou Arena for a special presentation. Following a showcase of more than 200 Pictures of the Year International images and the symphonic soundings of faculty and students from the MU School of Music, the acclaimed Yevtushenko’s performance brought audience members to their feet for a final round of applause. Click here to listen to part of his poem along with images from the events.
Demonte' Bell, right, runs the ball down the field for McCluer North High School as Trey Millard, far left, Jarred Henry, center, and Mack Cooper, right, begin to tackle him at Rock Bridge High School on Friday night.
Hickman's senior Crandon Cook grips the football while a referee signals and announces a penalty.
September 12, 2008
From left, Liza, Cole and Richard Ransom examine the Picture of the Year International exhibit in the Reynolds Journalism Institute on Friday. Richard graduated from the journalism school in 1988 and currently works for WREG in Memphis. The family plans to attend the football game on Saturday.
Vanessa Petty, left, and Gretchen Pressley pose for Brent Adams on the quad on Friday. Adams graduated from the journalism school in 2008 and currently works for Tulsa World. Petty and Pressley are both currently attending the journalism school and will graduate in 2009.