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Meredith Shea

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Fourth of July celebrations around KC

Not sure how you’re celebrating your Fourth of July?  Here are some events happening in Kansas City this year. KCRiverFest 2013  Located at Richard L. Berkley...

Students to rally against sexual violence

Living at or near a college where the ‘city is your campus’ and crime is more prevalent than in a rural town, UMKC students...

Obituary: ‘Incredibly popular teacher’ dies unexpectedly

Dr. Douglas J. Law, Professor in the School of Biological Studies, died unexpectedly of a cardiac arrest March 27.  He was 52. Law arrived at...

I hope car vandals have a special place in hell

It never ceases to amaze me the lack of care some people have for other peoples’ cars. Each week I read the Police Blotter in...

briefly mentioned: NPR anchor will give Caesar Chavez keynote speech

Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of NPR’s Latino USA, will deliver the sixth annual Caesar Chavez keynote address tonight at 6 in the...

MindBody Connection will offer free HIV, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing

According to aids.gov, every 9.5 minutes, one person in the U.S. is infected with HIV. One in five people currently living with HIV is...

UMKC to participate in all-state tornado drill

In May 2011, a deadly EF5 tornado ripped through Joplin, Mo., killing more than 150 people, destroying homes, schools, churches and even hospitals. As the...

UMKC business student starts nonprofit tutoring company

While some students let time slip by, John Stamm has been proactive with his college years and tutors area high school students. Stamm, a...

UMKC Theatre students write and perform 'Brechtology'

Undergraduate theater students worked in collaboration with local theater artist and owner Heidi Van at the Fishtank Theater to create a humorous abridged version...

Inclement weather leads to class cancellations

Two large blizzards imperiled Kansas City’s roads but gave students an unusual treat—snow days. Classes were cancelled Monday evening and Tuesday this week and Thursday...
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