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Tag: COVID-19

Clubs stay active remotely during stay-at-home orders

Remote learning doesn’t stop MU students from keeping active with events like a virtual 5k and an online lecture.

Volunteer organizations at MU continue mission after classes move to online format

Tiger Pantry and Mizzouthon continue their efforts to help the MU community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Businesses make changes in their operations to limit the spread of COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused many businesses and offices to implement new procedures to keep employees and customers safe.

Asian Americans experience increased xenophobia, racism in light of coronavirus

Asian Americans at MU say that their lives have been changed by anti-Asian remarks and harassment in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Local newsroom spotlight: Columbia Missourian makes changes to stay afloat during pandemic

Local newsroom spotlight: Columbia Missourian makes changes to stay afloat during pandemic

Local newsroom spotlight: KOMU seniors continue to report amid COVID-19 crisis

With graduation only a few weeks away, KOMU seniors are faced with new challenges in and out of the newsroom.

Amid pandemic, MU students struggle with mental health

Isolation and stress over online school have led to mental health struggles for some MU students.

Extension of remote learning into summer 2020 session affects faculty and students

MU students and faculty discuss how the continuation of remote learning will influence the 2020 summer session.

International Human of Mizzou Vol. 3: International students share their experiences during COVID-19 pandemic

The past month has been challenging for everyone, both mentally and physically. Two international students discussed how the pandemic has impacted their lives and how they cope with it.

MU College of Education eMINTS National Center works with over 60 schools to provide 3D printers to construct face masks

$16 million grant enables students from local high school to produce face masks for health care workers using 3D printers.

Volunteers in Department of Textile and Apparel Management help with MU Health Care face mask project

Nine volunteers have helped to cut 37,750 pieces of fabric to be sewn into face masks for MU Health Care.

MU shifts recruitment efforts during COVID-19 outbreak

As Missouri adopts stay-at-home orders, MU makes major changes to recruitment.

BREAKING: MU moves classes online amid COVID-19 fears

MU made the decision to move classes online for the remainder of time leading up to spring break, which begins March 21.

COVID-19 outbreak forces study abroad students home

Over two dozen students may be returning to MU after travel warning from CDC.