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UMKC students face financial difficulties and frustration with FAFSA

Midterms are in full swing and the semester is picking up fast. While students are focusing on courses and their wellbeing, another...

UMKC students help raise money for undocumented and DACA students

The Greater Kansas City Hispanic Development Fund (HDFKC) program is working to help Hispanic students from local communities deal with the financial...

Vice presidential nominees debate coronavirus, police brutality in return to normalcy

After a fiery presidential debate, Democrat nominee Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence took the stage to set records straight and...

UMKC hosts final panel on systemic racism

UMKC held its sixth and final panel in the “Critical Conversations” series last Wednesday. The Roos Advocate for Community Change Committee created...

Miller Nichols Library adds new coronavirus guidelines

The Miller Nichols Library has added new coronavirus guidelines as health officials warn coronavirus cases may soon begin to increase. 

Coronavirus update: chancellor praises pandemic response

UMKC reported 20 on-campus COVID-19 cases for the week of Oct. 4, down from 24 the previous week.

Kangaroo Food Pantry sees influx of students during coronavirus

By Brenden Hill and Soffia Hernandez The Kangaroo Pantry now serves twice as many students as it did prior...

UMKC Police Department updates policies on use of force and officer intervention

The UMKC Police Department updated its policies and procedures this summer to clarify their officers’ duty to intervene and what they deem...

College students react to the first presidential debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden squared off last Tuesday in the first presidential debate of the 2020 election.

MU students once again call for removal of Thomas Jefferson statue

Nearly 40 student activists gathered inside the University of Missouri’s (MU) primary administration building, Jesse Hall, to protest racial injustice last Friday....

Photo Essay: Scenes from the Kansas City Hall Plaza occupation

Protesters taped signs onto a statue of Abraham Lincoln in front of City Hall. Multiple signs call for KCPD Police Chief Rick...

24 new coronavirus cases at UMKC bring total past 100

UMKC has reported 24 new on-campus coronavirus cases for the week of Sept. 27. This brings the total number of cases to...
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