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Dynamic Duos #UMKCGoingPlaces

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Debate Team Has Top Speakers in National Competition

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Kansas City Artists Interpret ‘Alice in Wonderland’

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Author Steve Perry Will Discuss Ways to Better Educate Our Children

Part of 2015 Social Justice Series' civil rights issue: Access to quality K-12 education

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Learning and Fun Go Together?

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The Challenge: To Make Change

TAASU Freedom Breakfast observes civil rights movement

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