Serving a fourth term as a chair on the Dairy Farmers for America board, Calvin defends her position as a female leader in a male-dominated industry
Two Vox writers documented 13 straight hours spent in separate Columbia Waffle Houses.The journey is brought to you by five cups of coffee, four waffles, three slices of bacon, two orders of eggs, one biscuit with gravy, hashbrowns — smothered and covered — and the wonderful employees they met along the way.
What's in a name? Vox writers sought to uncover the history behind the titles of Columbia's buildings and streets.
How a family of eight became a family of 13 in just 12 minutes
Rural communities fight to diversify their economies and give people reasons to stick around
Bill and Phyllis Koch moved back to their hometown with plans to spend about $950,000 to rehab the colonnades
Local Jane Austen fans form a community of dedication and admiration in this literary society
With six novels published, Jane Austen has long been one of the most famous writers in history
Fun fact: some of your favorite rom-coms stem directly from Jane Austen's most famous works
Our city cherishes both fresh food and a renewed perspective on sustainable agriculture and dining. Join us for Vox's second annual Columbia Grown event to celebrate the community and local farmers alike.
Whether you’re here for three years or 30, our small city has settings where you can breathe when life becomes suffocating. Welcome, the door is open: Settle in with four reported essays exploring and celebrating some of Columbia’s havens away from home.
Her self-described “bulldog” attitude and quick wit earned her a spot as a partner at Harper, Evans, Wade & Netemeyer
Photographer Maddie Davis visualizes the ups and downs of manic episodes, depression and handling mental illness with Sam Pfeiffer
The Methodist reverend wants to “turn worship on its head” and bring diversity to Missouri United Methodist Church
As principal, Neville is like a mother to her students. She invests in them and attempts to fill the inherent gaps in their opportunities.
Lynch knows the name of every undergraduate student by the time they graduate and wants to help her students break down barriers
Beneath the glowing "on-air" sign in the studio, students have a space to broadcast their voices — and when the mics are off, the station allows them to find their camp
This coffee shop and the company inside provide a respite for those who need it
Welcome to the river's edge. Leave all your stressors behind.
In a haze of red lights, home is equal parts barstool and stage