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Oak Place demolished, legal battle over its “reckless” construction far from finished

UMKC began the demolition of Oak Place Apartments on July 7. The apartment building, which sits on the western edge of the Volker Campus,...

UMKC gave construction workers access to freshman dorms after students moved in

When 18-year-old Macalah Pederson arrived at UMKC on Aug. 12 to move into her dorm, the Oak Street Building was almost empty. The rest of...

One year to go: An update on the Computing and Engineering building

The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise and Research Center is set to open in Fall 2020 and will house parts of the UMKC School...

Voters voice support of single-terminal KCI, plans move forward

The city-wide election raked in an overwhelming vote of support for the construction of a new single terminal Kansas City airport last week. Pre-election projections...

Repairs move forward in flooded residence hall

Director of Residential Life Sean Grube provided an update on the recent flood in Oak Street Hall at the Student Government Association meeting last...

A Better KCI event presents new KCI terminal as a “No-Brainer”

Kansas City fourth district Councilwoman Jolie Justus and former Mayor of Kansas City, Kansas Joe Reardon, hoping to fly past the finish line in...

Three UMKC sites host spooky past

There’s no need to visit a haunted house or a local theater to get your fright on this Halloween. In fact, the UMKC campus...

Outrage erupts in Tonganoxie over the Tyson chicken plant

Hundreds gathered in Tonganoxie last Friday evening to protest the construction of a Tyson chicken plant scheduled for next year. Willie Dove and his other...

UMKC Professor, Advisor to Bernie Sanders Discusses Democratic Strategy

Looking to unite and mount resistance against a Republican majority Congress and an unpredictable president, progressive Democrats are pushing their party to adopt more...

Dancers React to Downtown Arts Campus

The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce calls it one of their “Big Five” civic priorities, but it’s the dancers who are jumping for...

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