September 11, 2008
From left, Dean Davidson and Jeffery Burden, both BJ '82, and Brian Jenkins, BJ '80, chat during a class reunion part at Addison's on Sept. 11, 2008.
Beth Kearney Hammock, BJ '84, glances at her nametag from the Missouri School of Journalism centennial celebration during a class reunion party at Addison's on Sept. 11, 2008.
Members of the Missouri School of Journalism's class of '71 look at old photographs of their classmate Phil Brooks. They were taken when he worked at KFRU as a student. The reunion was held at the Wine Cellar & Bistro on September 11, 2008.
From left, Tia O'Brien, David Diamon and USA Today Editor Ken Paulson, all BJ '75, chat during a class reunion party at Harpo's on Sept. 11, 2008.
Iowa State University's Rashawn Parker attempts to take down MU's Danario Alexander at Faurot Field on Saturday, Oct. 27th. The junior is set to make his return on Saturday, three months after suffering an injury that normally takes four to six months to heal, and three weeks before coach Gary Pinkel said he expected him back.
Freshman linebacker Will Ebner (32) talks with teammates Jeff Gettys (35) and Del Howard at practice. Ebner has impressed the older members of Tigers' linebacking corps.
Linebacker Luke Lambert stretches during practice. His role on the Tigers' defense has increased as a sophomore.
Darryn Hill, the quarterback for the Rock Bridge Bruins, practices throwing the football with his teammates on the sideline at practice on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 11, 2008, at Rock Bridge High School.
Republican candidate Kenny Hulshof responds to a question as Libertarian candidate Andrew Finkenstadt looks on during a Missouri gubernatorial debate at MU on Wednesday.
Republican candidate Kenny Hulshof speaks with reporters following a Missouri gubernatorial debate at MU Wednesday.
Supporters wait to greet Democratic candidate Jay Nixon before his arrival at a Missouri gubernatorial debate at MU on Wednesday.
Republican Michael R. Gibbons, right, and Democrat Chris Koster debate Thursday in Gannett Hall at MU.
Democrat Jay Nixon, right, fields a question at the first Missouri gubernatorial debate alongside candidates Libertarian Andrew Finkenstadt, left, and Constitution Party nominee Greg Thompson. The gubernatorial candidates, including U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, R-Mo., not pictured, debated at MU.
Mike Shaughnessy, architect of the newly completed Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, oversees the photography of the building. The photographs will be used to enter the building for design awards within the next month.
The design of Rick Shaw's office follows the modern feeling of the Reynolds Institute's interior. The window overlooks the quad and the connecting buildings.
On the third floor of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, students and guests can watch plasma televisions while sitting on colorful balls.
The outside architecture of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute was designed to replicate the older appeal of the surrounding buildings.
The glass walkway in the second floor atrium surprises visitors Wednesday at the new Reynolds Journalism Institute.
Monte Selby sings a song about French toast that he co-wrote with third- through fifth-graders at Paxton Keeley Elementary School on Thursday.
AUDIO: MU student Caitlin Ellis, 21, attended the gubernatorial debate at MU on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008. She weighed in on the issues she felt were most important.