Sunday, February 28, 2021
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Black art, J.C. Nichols, and a Trump parade; nothing substantial has changed

The artwork was a massive field of black, taking up an entire pane of the RE’s many windows. Two almond-shaped, mustard-yellow eyes glowed out...

Political Column: The value of foreign policy

If you watched the news, election coverage or debates, you would find it easy to forget that most of the president’s power relates to...

The women who made me possible

My dad’s mom, who I call Grandma, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer earlier this year. She did a couple rounds of chemo, but it...

How Art Archives the Revolution

In April of this year, right before the end of the spring semester, I submitted a piece to UNews about archiving the year. I...

White reader, white writer

A couple months ago, when the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery converged in a wave of Black Lives Matter...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel

Editor's note: 'University News' would like to thank the author, Madalyn Weston, for the 66 articles that she has contributed to the Celebrating Women...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Kotchakorn Voraakhom

Happy Earth Week, UMKC! Our usual events have been canceled, but it’s still been an interesting month for the planet. While cities around the...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Izzy Jayasinghe

The heart is a necessary and interesting requirement for human life. The size of an adult fist and weighing around one pound, the heart...

When the messaging matters: the fall of Bernie Sanders

Though most news nowadays is about the coronavirus, one story broke out of the corona-barrier: Bernie Sanders dropping out of the Democratic primary. There was...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Vanessa Galvez

Hurricanes are one of the most feared natural disasters. Though rated by wind power, hurricane waters are far more dangerous. According to the National...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Neena Gupta

Mathematics is an exciting and competitive field. Though it’s been around for centuries, the many unsolved problems continue to allow for creative and innovative...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was founded in 1862 under President Abraham Lincoln. At the time, around half of all Americans lived on...
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