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Aftermath of alleged rape in dorm hits UMKC | Concerns about security, admin (in)action

Reported by: Zachary Linhares, Distribution Manager Samuel Danley, News Editor Esmie Tseng, Managing Editor Student reaction erupted last week after reports emerged that a UMKC student was allegedly...

Chancellor Speaks Out on Alleged Rape at UMKC | Leo Morton Responds to Student Criticisms

Sam Danley, News Editor Esmie Tseng, Managing Editor Chancellor Leo Morton addressed concerns following the alleged rape on campus and responded to student feedback. This was...

Man charged with raping UMKC student in Johnson Hall

Sam Danley, News Editor Zach Linhares, Distribution Manager Esmie Tseng, Managing Editor A Colorado man allegedly raped a UMKC student early last Friday, after carrying her unconscious...

Shyamalan’s “The Visit” is plain, creepy fun

  It’s not “The Sixth Sense”, but it’ll do for now.   In M. Night Shyamalan’s newest film “The Visit,” 15-year old Becca and her 13-year old...

Why It’s Never Too Early for an Internship

I always thought of internships as more of an afterthought, something to punctuate the end of one’s college career. But then I met several classmates...

Please try the escargot

Ever feel like getting dressed up and heading to an elegant restaurant? I am typically a Chipotle and pajamas girl for Friday night after a...

UMKC scholarship established to honor late KCPD Chief and FBI director

Senior Sarah Bell is the first recipient of a UMKC scholarship established in honor of Clarence M. Kelley, the former director of the Federal...

UMKC Professor to serve as director of new research consortium

UMKC’s own Lynda Bonewald, Ph.D., will serve as director for a new research consortium that will combine the unique strengths and resources of UMKC,...

Bloch students talk ranking fiasco

Over the past weeks, Bloch students have reacted to the news of UMKC losing its top business school rankings in the Princeton Review.  After...

Grade Buddy offers students money for their notes

“Become a NoteTaker at UMKC and earn up to $500 per class.” The email in my box last week was succinct: “GradeBuddy is opening up...

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