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Student’s best friend: UMKC professor’s research brings therapy dog to classroom

Ask communications professor Linda Kurz about her decades of research and teaching, and she’ll reveal an unexpected inspiration: her 12-year-old Polish lowland sheep dog,...

March For Our Lives Kansas City unites all ages, races for gun control

For an issue often portrayed as divisive, the recent push for increased gun control Saturday drew a large, diverse and like-minded crowd to Theis...

National Walkout Day: Student shares why she walked out

Students across the country walked out of class Wednesday, March 14, one month after a school shooting at Marjorie Stone Douglas High School in...

UMKC community meets, welcomes Chancellor-designate

Not many on-campus events draw a diverse crowd that includes student athletes, musicians, mascot Kasey Roo, faculty and community members. However, all of these people...

Organization gathers on campus to protest sexual assault, university responds

A small crowd of students and community members strived to emphasize a big message Monday afternoon: their anger with the university response to last...

New airport, students say, “Why not?”

With the Nov. 7 election approaching, one issue has emerged as the city’s biggest talking point: a new single terminal at Kansas City International...

Writer-in-Residence inspires at Plaza reading

It would be easy to imagine that an award-winning author of 17 published novels has always been a literary genius. Yet, Stewart O’Nan, the...

McIntyre celebrates freedom with Law School

Lamonte McIntyre defies expectations. After he spent 23 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, some might assume McIntyre would be angry...

Chancellor search kicks off with open forum

The Chancellor Search Committee, UM System President Mun Choi, faculty and students gathered last Monday in Bloch Executive Hall to share their visions for...

Power of student government challenged at recent SGA meeting

Questions about pressing campus issues, including DACA, a potential Swinney Recreation Center expansion and the university’s search for a new chancellor spiraled around Tuesday’s...
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