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March 13, 2018

Can you spell nectarivorous? This spelling bee-winning 13-year-old can

Students from third to eighth grade competed in the Regional Scripps National Spelling Bee on Tuesday, with 13-year-old champion Lauren Holsapple heading to the national bee.

March 28, 2019

Columbia residents find a community in Paquin Tower

Many locals pass Paquin Tower during their daily commutes, but few know about the people who live within its walls.


Read the article that placed 15th in the national Hearts Journalism Awards for feature writing 2019-2020.

July 07, 2018

Beyond the barrel: A look inside Missouri’s cooperages

A layer of sawdust covered the ground, dimpled with footprints that marked a busy workday.


Machines roared, wood planks rested in piles, fires blazed and hammers cracked down on metal hoops. Workers in muscle tees rolled wooden barrels between the ever-moving maze of men and machinery, their arms stained brown from their work at the cooperage.

“To me, there’s an art to making barrels,” said lead worker John Bailey, who works at Barrel 53 Cooperage. “It’s not just a job.”

April 11, 2019

BBFA Collective's voice is strong

Adelaide Damoah’s body remained rooted to the ground as audience members pressed scissors against her traditional Ghanaian funeral dress. The Black British Female Artist Collective founding member opened her palms and stared forwards as chunks of fabric fell to the floor. Damoah’s blood-coloured torso revealed itself.

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