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SGA issues bill to handle controversial speakers on campus

In its final meeting of the spring semester, the Student Government Association showed its support of a proposed bill issued by SGA President Justice...

SGA discusses plan for handling controversial speakers on campus

The Student Government Association (SGA) discussed a potential plan for preventing violence at events held by controversial speakers in a meeting Monday night. The...

Two UMKC students accepted into BisonBison Film Festival

The big hairy animal that’s native to the United States plains is not a buffalo. In fact, it’s a bison, and its scientific name...

SGA announces election results, Dean Sandra Miles’ resignation

The Student Government Association (SGA) discussed a number of important announcements at last night’s general body meeting. Student government leaders announced that Sandra Miles,...

SGA discusses student success models and SGA week

Monday night was a particularly notable evening for the Student Government Association, as UMKC Provost Barbara A. Bichelmeyer came in to discuss the UMKC...

SGA talks Title IX and ASUM

The Student Government Association (SGA) discussed the importance of The Associated Students of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (ASUM) and proper Title IX procedures...

Softball players defend assistant coach at SGA meeting

The subject of sexual harassment allegations against UMKC Assistant Softball Coach Greg Bachkora was discussed at the SGA meeting Monday evening. Numerous softball players attended...

2019: A Mediocre Year for the Oscars

When it comes to the Academy Awards, most people either love them or hate them. After seeing the nominees for this upcoming 2019 race,...

Review: “Widows”

We live in an age where any movie can easily become a “blockbuster film” and earn millions, current examples being “Venom” and “Ralph Breaks...

An inside look at the life of a dancer

There’s often a misconception that dancing is just a feminine hobby. However, it’s more than that. It’s an intense art form, a challenging sport...
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