n 2001, Argentina's economy collapsed, leading to deep economic and social disruption. But the Argentinean people are resilient, with a fierce spirit of determination. Now What Argentina? explores the history of this crisis, the adaptations of the people, and the enduring Argentinean culture. The site's debut follows a month-long foreign reporting assignment in which UNC-Chapel Hill journalism students collaborated with Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina journalism students to produce a dynamic multimedia website detailing the lingering effects of the country's economic crash. This project not only raises awareness of Argentina's struggles to a broad international audience but also illuminates the financial crises that are currently challenging people around the globe. The students, guided by faculty and professional journalists, used photos, audio, video, panoramic photos, timelapse photography, information graphics and design to examine the lasting effects of the 2001 economic collapse. The stories range from political violence and drug addiction to tango and soccer and much more. The stories of the people and their city make up Now What Argentina, a documentary multimedia project that examines the fall, recovery, and continued challenges of a nation.