All posts tagged "Kansas City"

  • Scrumptious Christmas creations

    Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, the semester is finally over, so treat yourself. Shamelessly eat cookies, fudge and pie. Whatever your holiday cravings may...

  • SmartGrid Monitors Campus Energy

        Word Count: 403 UMKC has teamed up with KCP&L’s SmartGrid program to support the company’s decision to help consumers make smart decisions about...

  • Sustainability Team Sets Goals for 2015

    The UMKC Sustainability Team has set its goals for 2015. The top five goals emphasize funding, waste reduction, policy, energy and transportation. Funding goals include...

  • U-Pay Chronicles: adjunct pay

    Adjuncts, or part-time instructors, are increasingly hired to carry out the education of undergraduate students. According to a graph compiled in 2011 by the American...

  • FOUR UMKC ALUMS EXCEL WITH THE MISSOURI COMETS

    The 2014-15 Major Arena Soccer League features two Mexican clubs and 21 American teams, one of which is the Missouri Comets. This professional Kansas City...

  • Mid-season means addressing issues

    The UMKC men’s basketball team (3-5) is currently sixth place in the Western Athletic Conference. While they have done a good job thus far at...

  • Tinsel Tunes

    “White Winter Hymnal” – Fleet Foxes Indie folk duo Fleet Foxes’ “White Winter Hymnal” is a simple and beautiful track from the band’s debut studio...

  • Kitchen Hacks

     There are many kitchen hacks, using gadgets or simple upcycled elements. Here are just a few: Turn any grill into a smoker by placing woodchips...

  • Weird Crimes Often End Softly

    It’s a dark and chilly December night, and the Grimm & Barratt art gallery is showcasing the drawings of Arthur Sandoval. Glowing against the roads...

  • Where the Art Students Aren’t

    In a collection entitled “Big 5 Ideas,“ the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce advocated in 2011 for the relocation of UMKC’s arts programs to...