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International students express frustration with government treatment

In late June, the Trump administration announced that it would order international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes...

Ich Bin Berliner: Studying Abroad in Germany

During the spring 2019 semester, I spent four months in Berlin, Germany, studying politics and journalism.  The experience of studying abroad is hard to write...

Coffee: Thank the Goats

We all have a reason to get out of bed in the morning. For some, it’s a crying baby, for others it’s to let...

German scholars to meet in Kansas City for annual conference

The German Studies Association will hold its 38th annual conference in Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 18-21. The conference will feature more than 100 short...

Faces of Fellowships: What Can a Study Abroad Fellowship Do For You?

The first Study Abroad Fellowship workshop of the year took place on Aug. 28 in the Student Union and included a diverse panel of...

The virtues of U.S. citizenship

While the U.S. Congress is embroiled in a heated debate to find an acceptable compromise on decades-long, elusive comprehensive immigration reform, ordinary Americans wonder:...

The promising future of solar energy

Solar power systems have come a long way since 1839, when Alexandre Edmond Becquerel observed the photovoltaic effect via an electrode in a conductive...

‘Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals’ comes to UMKC: Exhibit speaks to thousands of suspected gay men who were imprisoned, killed

The rise of Germany’s National Socialist government resulted in an estimated 11 million Holocaust victims. The objective of the Nazi party was to eliminate those...

Travel Corner : Germany

I am the first U.S.-born member of my German family. Although I have never lived in Germany, my first language, identity and heritage will...

Sustainability Corner: The Greenlight District

This column will provide the latest in environmental news on campus and in our community. More importantly, it will provide tips and topics on...

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