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Riley Mortensen

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Don’t judge a table by its guests

I’m not going to go out on a crazy limb and say serving has changed my life, but I have experienced some people and...

Toy and Miniature Museum rekindles childhood treasures

Fittingly placed on top of a hill, tucked safely inside the majestic house filled with 38 rooms and winding staircases lie the miniatures, marbles,...

student profile: Sophomore competes for chance to impact Africa

Sophomore Communication Studies major Alex Dapp is in the running for a chance to win a trip to Africa sponsored by Toms shoes  where...

‘Bent’ tells untold love story of the Holocaust

Talk of the Holocaust has been prominent in my family from the time I was old enough to read a book of substance to...

KC Marvels: City’s early history resides in West Bottoms

The elegant moldings and detailing of buildings and warehouses in Kansas City’s West Bottoms make it a treasure trove for patrons looking for a...

A dangerous time to be a pedestrian

Autumn is the most deadly season for pedestrians, according to the National Pedestrian Crash Report. The highest percentages are ages 16-20 at 11.1 percent...

Students rough the campaign trail

Now that election week has finally arrived, it's safe to say that many are ready for the campaign season to end. This is especially true...

Pickleman’s, new campus hang out spot

The new gourmet café, Pickleman’s, which moved into the space formerly occupied by Red Mango, might just be the new hot spot for students...

Opening the trap door: A look into Kansas City’s haunted houses

A venture to Kansas City’s West Bottoms would serve visitors well with four haunted houses to choose from. Fears will be unmasked while walking...

The history of Halloween

While Halloween is typically thought of as the colorful time of year when leaves turn glorious shades of red, orange, and yellow. Pumpkins appear...
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