About the Missourian
The Columbia Missourian is a community news organization directed by professional editors and staffed by Missouri School of Journalism students who do the reporting, design, copy editing, information graphics, photography and multimedia.
The Columbia Missourian debuted on Sept. 14, 1908, the same day classes started at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Our readers continue to benefit from the superior accuracy, resources, experience, expertise and innovation that grow out of the Missourian’s partnership with the Missouri School of Journalism and that characterize all Columbia Missourian products.
- With a digital membership, you gain access to all of the Missourian's archives and apps for your smartphone and tablet. A combined digital and print subscription gives you all of this plus home delivery of the print edition five days a week.
- Vox magazine (VoxMagazine.com), which provides entertainment coverage and other stories for the young and young-at-heart. A print edition of the magazine is distributed each Thursday in the Missourian print edition and is available free throughout the week at locations all around Columbia.
To contact a specific editor, and to learn about the people who produce the Missourian, see our list of Missourian editors.