Friday, November 27, 2020

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Computing and Engineering professor researches gigabit application technology and programmable virtual networks

Dr. Deep Medhi has grown up with the Internet. His early access to Internet was through dial-up at home in the mid 1980’s using a...

Why voting really matters: Democracy necessitates fair representation at the polls

The 38 percent of eligible American voters who didn’t cast ballots in November 2008 took for granted a freedom elusive to many other countries. This...

Engaging the future through technology: A sneak peek inside the Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The Henry W. Bloch School of Management isn’t short of bragging rights. With esteemed faculty and nationally acclaimed accounting, entrepreneurship, nonprofit management and MBA programs,...

‘M’battled :Thoughts on both sides of the UMKC name change debate

Students have until Friday to complete an online name change survey that will influence whether or not UMKC keeps its four letter acronym or...

60 years of Greek life at UMKC: A look at how the tradition began at UMKC

Homecoming This Homecoming represents the 60th anniversary of Greek Life, and the University is celebrating in many ways, including a Kasey the Kangaroo fashion show...

Weep no more : Controversial test may soon meet its demise

A new writing assessment could replace the Written English Proficiency Test next fall. Passage of the WEPT has been a prerequisite for undergraduate graduation and...

Voting 101: A beginner’s guide to voting

The deadline to register to vote in the November election is quickly approaching. Missourians have until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, to submit a...

Outlaw Economics: Progressive economists talk job creation, politics at the Student Union

Progressive economists talk job creation, politics at the Student Union Outlaw economists may not have broken any laws, but their support for progressive policies puts...

Generation Y’s ‘Dream Deferred’ : It’s time to put hope into action

This year’s campaigns make one obvious point: America suffers from disillusionment. It’s easy to understand why many college students despise politics: They’re annoying. The choice between...

Cost of name change needs to be justified

Chancellor Leo Morton announced a name change proposal in May for the University of Missouri – Kansas City. The change from UMKC to the...
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