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The life of a college entrepreneur

After getting tired of working long hours waiting tables for little money, Yena Kim decided to open her own business. In the winter between her...

UMKC Foundation struggles during coronavirus

It’s Friday, March 13, and UMKC Foundation President Lisa Baronio is in her office for the last time.  Things should be back to normal in...

Peter Morello: From reporter to professor, a remarkable journey

If a student is a Communications Studies major at UMKC, chances are they have attended a class taught by professor Peter Morello.  Morello, who first...

Equal Minded Café engages community and promotes social justice

Equal Minded Café is working to serve more than just coffee and pastries; they are trying to build a community and form conversations. Dontavious Young,...

UMKC freshman reaches 1,000 subscribers on YouTube

Freshman Kaity Smith recently reached 1,000 subscribers on YouTube — a major feat for the quickly rising influencer, who started her channel in April. Smith,...

Mulder and Scully are Back Again

“The X-Files” has returned to television after its dramatic ninth season conclusion in 2001. While the 2008 feature film “The X-Files: I Want to...

Navigating my blackness

I was sitting with a friend in his studio apartment. There wasn’t a bookcase, so all his books were stacked on the floor. Around...

Vaping: A Cloud of controversy

There is a growing trend of businesses, schools, cities, and states banning electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) in public places. North Dakota, New Jersey, and Utah...

Burning bridges with dynamite

Kansas City has been shaken by loud bouts of explosions over the last few weeks due to the demolition of the Fairfax Bridge. The...

UMKC Fine Arts Gallery opens new, introspective show

After a year fighting breast cancer, UMKC graduate art student Shel Asher debuted her solo exhibition "Where Do Memories Go When We Forget?" on...

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