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Student Profile: Conservatory student learns ‘young people, we get cancer too’

Cancer may not be at the forefront of students’ minds, given the normal college stresses of classes, papers, work and balancing a social life....

Students share their thoughts on the presidential debate

The Activity and Program Council (APC) held a debate last Tuesday night in which students discussed current political topics shortly before the Presidential debate....

Double trouble: Twin sisters dominate the field and school together

 Twins Hannah and Ellie Chadick, transfers from Ball State University in Indiana, prove two is better than one on and off the soccer field. ...

Campus blood drive yields more than 400 pints

UMKC donates more blood to the Community Blood Center of Kansas City than any other area college. Last Wednesday,  as part of UMKC’s homecoming week...

Prayer tent unites Christian students on campus

Each semester, the Unity in Christ sets up a 24-hour prayer tent, consisting of all Christian student organizations on campus. Of the 16 religious groups...

Blending art and entertainment: Annual Plaza Art Fair attracts students despite steep prices

More than 240 artists from around the nation filled the streets of the Country Club Plaza on Friday, Sept. 21, for the annual Plaza...

All Around Kansas City: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Nelson-Atkins offers aesthetic fall exhibits Patrons are drawn to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art with the thrill of finding new exhibits, including its current featured...

Part II: Kansas City organized crime-Mafia & the Pendergast Machine

"Today, Kansas City may seem tame, but its association with organized crime and political graft ran rampant in the 1920s-30s. With Tom Pendergast’s political...

Measure everything: Moving struggles teach simple life lesson

There’s nothing quite like that feeling I get when I see a garage sale sign. There aren’t really words to explain it, but I...

‘National Jurist’ ranks School of Law among nation’s ‘Best Value Law Schools’

UMKC’s School of Law was ranked No. 20 among the "Best Value Law Schools" in the National Jurist’s September magazine. The National Jurist, which covers...
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