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UMKC launches new data science institute

Students looking to find a career in what Harvard Business Review describes as “the sexiest job of the 21st century” are in luck. UMKC is...

Kansas City’s homeless struggle through winter weather

With the passing of a tenant’s bill of rights in Kansas City last December, the issues of housing and homelessness in the city have...

“Reale Womxn’s” rally features UMKC student speaker

On Jan. 19, UMKC sophomore Mahreen Ansari spoke at the Reale Womxn’s Rally in Kansas City. Ansari, who is the Instagram, photography, videography, and equity...

Students raise concerns over funding for student organizations

Amid a 20% budget cut to student organizations, group leaders have found it harder to get their annual budgets approved by the Student Government...

Fall Dance Concert showcases UMKC’s Dance Division

Music majors, step aside. This past weekend, the Conservatory’s dance ensemble hosted its fall concert, showcasing pieces choreographed by UMKC dance faculty, the late...

Ghosts and grief: Supernatural beliefs around the world

They’re in our movies, T.V. shows and books, and if you’re lucky, you may very well have your own story about them. You might have...

Ghost tours and school spirits with Chris Wolff

Did you know UMKC is haunted? Whether it’s the ghost of Harriet Barse at Epperson House, the spirits of the Dickeys in Scofield Hall...

The Big Search: UMKC students volunteer to find missing children

The Big Search KC, a nonprofit group that raises awareness for missing people through organized drives, found nine missing children and teens during the...

A look at Lucerna: UMKC’s undergraduate research journal

Getting research experience when you’re an undergraduate can be extremely difficult, especially for non-STEM students. However, one option for students wanting to try their...

An early look at the 2020 Missouri gubernatorial race

All things considered, Missouri is a solidly red state. With supermajorities in both the state Senate and House and control of all state-wide elected...
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