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Overseas conflict brings refugees to KC

Elizabeth Ruiz Photos of dead and maimed Syrian children have occasionally been enough to cause the world to pause in horror of the after-effects of...

KC musician Bobby Watson spreads love of jazz

Music flows from the second floor stairwell of the James C. Olsen Performing Arts Center, leading to a narrow hallway where practice rooms are...

Paying rent on a student budget

The shutdown of Oak Place Apartments is leaving many students looking for a home. With an average rent of $905 in Kansas City, budgeting...

KC’s book scene

Caroline Turner Looking for a break from schoolwork that also benefits your academic success? Read a book. Reading other books, you are interested in besides...

Nelson-Atkins Museum brings Chinese New Year celebrations to KC

Never failing to mark the importance of international culture, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art hosted a Chinese New Year's Celebration on January 28th. The...

31-minute route from KC to STL announced as top five contender

Missouri is back in the loop as a top-five contender for a 31-minute transportation route between the cities home to three UM schools: Kansas...

Protestors greet Devos in KC

Education secretary Betsy DeVos spent last week traveling six states and a dozen schools as part of her “rethinking school” tour. She landed in nearby...

Lucky 23: KC to STL in 23 minutes

UMKC attracts many students from St. Louis. In order to get back home for the weekend or for holidays, the drive time is a...

Oh! So Good: A “Paris of the Plains” Resurgence in KC

“If you want to see some sin, forget about Paris and go to Kansas City,” Edward Morrow wrote in the Omaha World Herald in...

Unwrap the Funk: 5,000-Year-Old Mummies to Bring the Groove to KC

“It’s been a long and dusty road since 1922 when, at a dig in the desert south of Tunis, Professor Nigel Quentin Fontenelle Dumblucke...

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