Thursday, November 26, 2020

Greta Moore

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Greta Moore is in her senior year at UMKC and is majoring in Liberal Arts with a minor in Geography. She has written for the "U-News" throughout her UMKC career. She also self-publishes a poetry magazine called "Behind the Stove."

Coffee please, decaf.

My father and I try to have a meal together once a week. A few weeks ago, we had breakfast at First Watch. The waiter...

Guest professor lectures on German post-war literature

On Friday, March 11, The Women’s Center hosted a lecture by Jennifer Askey, Associate Professor of German at Kansas State University. Askey analyzed how authors...

Quilting life experience with Her Art

On Saturday, March 5, the Women’s Center hosted a quilting workshop with local artist Nedra Bonds as a part of the Her Art Project...

Professor lectures at National World War I Museum

On Feb. 19, Felicia Hardison-Londré gave a lecture at the World War I Museum about Sarah Bernhardt’s potential influence on the American public, and...

Pregnant in college

Being pregnant while in college is similar to not being pregnant in college. You may find yourself sleeping late...but that’s because your baby is borrowing...

Top 10: Psychic Predictions of 2011

Whether you believe in astrology or not, it can be fun to see what the future might have in store for us. Some of...

Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club keeps KC edgy

Every Wednesday at Davey's Uptown, Rambler’s Club located at 3402 Main St., the weirdos come out...to entertain you. Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club is a time...

‘See-Saw’: Well-balanced

The Charlotte Street Foundation hosted “See-Saw,” an installation-based performance created by composer Mark Southerland and choreographer Jane Gotch. Both performers are UMKC alumni. There is...

Dr. Sketchy’s draws crowds

Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School takes place every first and third Sunday of the month at 1331 Union St. in the West Bottoms. It is...

New print quota makes students unhappy

Many students would like to see an increase to the $2.50 print quota. They find it constrictive to try and budget printing. “I think it...
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