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May 23, 2013
In our feature this week, Rachel English, a photojournalism student at the University of Missouri, reveals through images the deep bond between zookeeper and animal.
May 16, 2013
When is counting calories on nights you imbibe considered reasonable, and when does it cross over into dangerous? We look at what might be the dark side of the culture of drinking.
May 09, 2013
Five locals share their experiences on the winding paths of faith and self-discovery.
May 02, 2013
Some of our features are pretty unbelievable, but this time, it’s actually fiction. We partnered with The Missouri Review to present five stories by local writers, plus a fictional editor’s letter.
April 25, 2013
The Q&A is elegant in its simplicity — an uninterrupted conversation on paper — but it is by no means simple to do.
April 18, 2013
While some trends in the past have died, some are revitalized once again today. Vox looks into the three-martini lunch of the 50s and 60s.
April 11, 2013
In only a few short decades, this wired culture has pervaded almost every aspect of society. The Internet can be a powerful tool in the right hands and a powerful weapon in the wrong ones.
April 04, 2013
Six teams, each with one writer and photographer, stood in front of a large map of Columbia as one member threw a single dart. Wherever it landed, the team went in search of a story.
March 21, 2013
Photojournalist Stuart Palley explored America’s most famous highway, Route 66, on a five-day, 1,700-mile journey from Rolla to Southern California. Palley uncovers the complexity behind the kitsch and speaks with the many people he meets along the way.
March 14, 2013
Columbia's different cultures and communities make up a mosaic. Some of these pieces include the Russian community's celebration of an Eastern Slavic Mardi Gras, and the close-knit group of Riverbillies who gather at Cooper's Landing during the winter months.
March 07, 2013
Scuba diving is a fairly unlikely Missouri hobby. Despite the geographical obstacles Missouri creates for scuba diving, Dwain Gardner and his diver friends don't let these obstacles get in the way of their hobby or their happiness.
February 28, 2013
This year we celebrate 10 years of True/False and bring you complete festival coverage in print and online.
February 21, 2013
It’s tough being the best. To be bewilderingly better than your peers at what you do. Constantly fighting off the competition while friends, family and community members hope, and sometimes presume, that you’ll achieve greatness.
February 14, 2013
This week, we take a look at the refugees living here in Columbia and the struggles they face every day.
February 07, 2013
Make sure to check out what Columbia has in store for the next few months so you don't miss something you wish you wouldn't have. No one likes the sinking feeling and reminiscing about nights that could’ve been.
January 31, 2013
Some of life's questions become who we are, and no one else can help us answer them.
January 24, 2013
Vox has begun the new year with change. Web content, social media and the iPad app are a few technology changes at Vox. This issue also includes changes that Columbia families experience daily, as they bring to life the cultures of their adoptive children.
January 17, 2013
Every year, thousands of Americans join the armed forces to protect the United States and her interests. These men and women are siblings, sons, daughters and parents, and every deployment creates a familial fracture, a separation that can sometimes span continents. Two mid-Missouri families know what it means to sacrifice for one’s country in this week’s feature.
January 10, 2013
Ten photos were selected from ten different Columbia Missourian and Vox photographers. Each picture is a snapshot of Columbia in 2012. Moments of jubilation, isolation, faith, sorrow and excitement. Also, there are dogs. Did we mention dogs?
December 20, 2012
We all do things to prepare, from the miniscule task of writing a grocery list to stockpiling supplies before a severe storm hits. I still remember making a midnight trip to Wal-Mart with my family on the eve of Y2K. We aren’t survivalists by any means, but there we were buying up batteries and bottled water alongside hordes of our fellow suburbanites. We wanted to be ready, just in case.