For the class of 2020, senior year will be remembered for its dysfunction and the word 'canceled.' Students from Columbia, Kansas City and Chicago talk about these final weeks.
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Jialing Chen, a graduate student from China, found her stay in the U.S. involuntarily extended.
As classes moved online, the Smith sisters faced a set of problems. Their family has only one working laptop, and they live in an area where finding a stable internet connection is like finding a needle in a haystack.
Making pictures during the pandemic helps a Missourian photographer find his way.
Columbia volunteers began monthly cleanups of homeless camps to promote safety and support for the unhoused population.
A photojournalist reflects on the rush of coming home from an exchange program in Denmark and the experience of being in self-quarantine for 14 days.
When the virus began to threaten our lives, schools closed their campuses, local businesses shut their doors and the government issued stay-at-home orders. For some, these measures felt overbearing. But for families like mine, no protective or preventative measure was enough.
Green Way Shuttles are parked outside the Parkade Center on Wednesday morning. The shuttles had mechanical issues in the subzero temperatures.