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Celebrating Women in STEM: Bessie Coleman

The story of Bessie Coleman is both awe-inspiring and tragic. Faced with poverty, sexism and racism, Coleman paved the way for African Americans and...

Kansas City Hosts World War I Centennial

The World honored the 100-year anniversary of the United States entry into World War I Thursday, April 6. The Liberty Memorial was built in...

Where to Stay When Studying Abroad

The sun was rising and the city of Seville, Spain was desolate compared to the crowded cobblestoned streets just the night before. ...

What happens in the family…

Luc Besson’s “The Family” delivers a new take on the classic “mob family gone witness protection” story. The movie opens with the Manzoni, aka the...

Player profile: Antoine Rozner- From Paris, France to the Paris of the Plains

Paris native and UMKC freshman business major Antoine Rozner is the 24th best golfer in the French amateur rankings and the 700th best golfer...

Discourses to replace A&S cluster courses

Students pursuing an undergraduate degree in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete a junior or senior level "cluster course," which...

French tennis player to become occupational therapist

Eva Dalvai, from Strasbourg, France, has been playing tennis for 13 years. Last week, junior tennis player Eva Dalvai was awarded Conference Player of the...

A (French) affair to remember

In late summer 1919, a young French woman pens a letter to a young American man to let him know she misses him. The woman’s...

Professor lectures at National World War I Museum

On Feb. 19, Felicia Hardison-Londré gave a lecture at the World War I Museum about Sarah Bernhardt’s potential influence on the American public, and...

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