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COVID-19’s impact on UMKC’s admissions process, budget

With COVID-19 spreading like wildfire, universities across the country are trying to find new ways to recruit students during quarantine. UMKC’s Office...

Students raise concerns over funding for student organizations

Amid a 20% budget cut to student organizations, group leaders have found it harder to get their annual budgets approved by the...

Does Missouri care about college? Funding for higher education hangs in the balance

The state of higher-education funding in Missouri is worrisome.  Each year, Missouri legislators decide how much of the state...

Easy fall recipe on a college budget

Midterms are coming, leaves are falling, bank accounts are suffering and your pantry is getting bare. If you’re like me, you want something easy...

UMKC legislative representative talks budget, tuition

Tuition hikes and budget slashing are typically contested issues when it comes to higher education. In the Missouri State legislature, there are reportedly no...

Costly WAC membership puts a strain on UMKC’s budget

As budget cuts continue to plague UMKC, scrutiny is intensifying on the athletic program’s costly participation in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). UMKC joined the...

Paying rent on a student budget

The shutdown of Oak Place Apartments is leaving many students looking for a home. With an average rent of $905 in Kansas City, budgeting...

SGA debates UMKC’s D-I standing

One main focus emerged during the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting last Monday evening: student involvement in athletics. President Drew Rogers opened the meeting’s discussion...

Chancellor search kicks off with open forum

The Chancellor Search Committee, UM System President Mun Choi, faculty and students gathered last Monday in Bloch Executive Hall to share their visions for...

“Charm and disarm”: Poet Marcus Wicker shares his art

Many people might think of poetry as outdated, elitist and confusing. Marcus Wicker, winner of the renowned Pushcart Prize and National Poetry Series, aims...

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Netflix docuseries “Deaf U” review and interview with Kansan cast member Renate Rose

Netflix’s recent docuseries, “Deaf U,” explores the relationships between deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. Within a week,...

Union Station to host Holocaust exhibit this summer

An Auschwitz exhibit is coming to Union Station Kansas City this June, and local Holocaust survivor Judy Jacobs urges all to see...