September 15, 2008
Rose Trbovich captures an image of the Pictures of the Year winning picture during the Reynolds Journalism Institute dedication on Friday. She graduated from the J-school in 1949.
A crowd gathers to celebrate the dedication for the Reynolds Journalism Institute at 4 p.m. Friday.
Vanessa Petty, left, and Gretchen Pressley pose for Brent Adams on the quad 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.
Greek house decorations in December of 1960 feature pomping and Truman the Tiger.
From left, Liza, Cole and Richard Ransom examine the Pictures of the Year International exhibit in the Donald W. 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 tomorrow.
From left, Ann Pemstein, BJ'70, Ron Pemstein, BJ'70, Joe Rhein, BJ'69, Rick Goodman, BJ'70, and Meta Levin, BJ'70, listen to 1969 graduate John Jeansonne's story during the centennial celebration. They were working together in a sports section while at the Missourian.
Maria Fox looks at the Picture of the Year International exhibit in the Reynolds Journalism Institute during the centennial celebration.
Bob Teel, left, a former coach of Mizzou cross country, and Ken Paulson share reminisce about old times during the centennial celebration. "I was one of his team," Ken said. Ken graduated from the School of Journalism in 1975.
Bob Teel, center, a former coach of Mizzou cross country, and Ken Paulson, right, a USA TODAY editor, pose for a portrait during the centennial celebration. Ken graduated from the School of Journalism in 1975.
MU alumna and Entertainment Tonight host Jann Carl, BJ '82, prepares for her own show during the centennial celebration.
Channing Dawson views the Picture of the Year International exhibit in the Reynolds Journalism Institute during the centennial celebration. Channing is a senior adviser to Scripps Networks. Channing is currently focusing on next-generation interactive strategies.
Lauren Pinder, left, a current student at the School of Journalism, asks a question to Leah Sanders during the centennial celebration.
Leah Sanders, right, answers questions from students and alumni of the School of Journalism during the centennial celebration. She got a master's degree in 1992 from the J-school.
Betty Cook Roottman poses for a portrait during the centennial celebration. Betty graduated from the school of journalism in 1958.
Students and past grads of MU stand in the Reynolds Institute during the centennial celebration Thursday.
The Ford Mustang of Chris Crocker, 23, still remains in Hominy Creek, where it was stranded in floodwaters early Sunday morning. Crocker was able to escape through a window and stand on the roof of the car before it was submerged under water.
Tod Holdorf waits outside the Atkins-Holman Student Commons on the Columbia College campus. Holdorf is one of a handful of former employees of 3M who are attending college thanks to government assistance programs.
Missourian photographers captured the aftermath of Saturday night's heavy rains in Columbia, including the scene of a tragic accident in Hominy Creek and the mess at the Missouri Athletic Center.
September 14, 2008
Fans received free admission to Sunday's Missouri soccer game if they brought a soccer ball to donate to the Kick for Nick program, which sends soccer balls to children in Iraq. Wet weather kept donations low, however.