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U-News reviews UMKC’s new Enterprise Carshare program

If you think electric scooters are for the birds and prefer to ride in style, the Enterprise CarShare program on campus might be right...

Healing House offers hope for Kansas Citians suffering from addiction

In 2003, Bobbi Jo Reed let nine women live in her home. This was the beginning of what would soon be known as Healing...

Rapid Expansion: UMKC Aims High for Long-Term Goals

A kangaroo can go over 25 feet in a single bound. In an email sent to all UMKC faculty and students on Oct. 25,...

College Republicans gear up for midterms

The College Republicans welcomed a Missouri state representative and a speaker from a super PAC against Missouri U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill at their meeting...

Student Voices: Open Mic Night at the Student Union

What sound does a kangaroo make?  According to Google, it’s some kind of clucking, but at the Student Union’s Open Mic Night on Sept. 18,...

Demolition of historic carriage house paves way for engineering lab

You may not notice it, you may have never been inside it, and you may never see it again. Demolition began on the old carriage...

Into the concrete jungle: A conversation with Kansas City’s urban explorers

Sam Bellefy Driving through Kansas City, it doesn’t take long to find dilapidated, out-of-use buildings.  To some, this is the sign of a failed business...

A road to call his own: Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd.

Sam Bellefy Opinion pieces represent the views of the contributor, not necessarily of U-News or its editors. Emanuel Cleaver II Boulevard, which passes right by the...

Downtown Flavors: Freestyle Poke

Sam Bellefy Opening over the summer, Freestyle Poke brought the hip Hawaiian seafood dish to Kansas City’s River Market. Is it a good spot for...
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