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album review: “Babel” wins big at 55th Annual Grammys

When Mumford & Sons’ newest album "Babel" was released last September, it was quickly evident that it was destined for greatness.  On Feb. 10,...

House on the hill, part 2: Haunted or not?-Past testimonies show mixed opinions

UMKC Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities Robert Simmons and Professional architect and Visiting Professor of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design (AUP+D) Ted Seligson swear...

‘Breakfast Around the World’ raises money for Study Abroad participants

UMKC’s International Academic Programs and the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature will present the inaugural Study Abroad Scholarship Breakfast, "Breakfast Around the World,"...

UMKC to host “Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals, 1933-1935” exhibition

In 1933, Adolf Hitler was elected as the Reich Chancellor of Germany, putting him in a position of power.  Soon after his election, the...

School of Law recognized as a top regional school for black students

UMKC’s Law School has been selected as one of "the best law schools for black students" in the first edition of "The Black Student’s...

briefly mentioned: Relay for Life raises money for cancer research

UMKC and Rockhurst University will host a Relay for Life event together to not only help raise money and awareness to help fight cancer,...

theatre: “BlackTop Sky” challenges stereotypes of the homeless

"BlackTop Sky" tells the gritty story of life in the projects, a part of town often filled with decrepit housing and crime.  This drama...

House on the hill: Epperson House, rich in history, uncertain future

The once lively and vibrant Epperson House mansion now sits empty on a hill at 52nd and Cherry Streets. The 1923 mansion, originally home to...

theatre review: ‘Death of a Salesman’

The American dream is not all it’s cracked up to be A gripping story of the American dream gone wrong comes alive in Arthur Miller’s...

Play offers something for everyone

The Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s 32nd annual production of “A Christmas Carol” continues to be lively and fresh. Since the first show 33 years...
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