Thursday, October 29, 2020
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UMKC professors discuss California wildfires, need for climate change action

Last month, Brentwood, Los Angeles residents woke up to 745 acres of their city in flames. Ongoing drought and strong winds were...

Gyllenhaal creepily charms his way through dark thriller

Psychopaths in film haunt audiences with their genius, complexity and villainy. In the last half-century, filmmakers have utilized fewer vampires, aliens and beasts and...

Protest on the Plaza remains peaceful

Citizens gathered at J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain on Thursday, Aug. 14 to stage a peaceful protest in memory of Michael Brown, a young African-American...

If the shoe fits: Dapp delivers to children in need

Junior Alex Dapp experienced the trip of a lifetime this September when she traveled to Peru with Toms Shoes. Toms is a for-profit company...

student profile : Bryan Zamora

Student wins second iPad from OSI For Bryan Zamora, winning contests has become second nature, especially those involving iPads. The Office of Student Involvement had...

film review: Beyond music, ‘Pitch Perfect’ is anything but…

"Pitch Perfect" is a perfectly awkward mix of "Mean Girls," a little bit of "Glee" and every high school musical ever made. Complete with...

‘End of Watch’ thrills with dynamic characters and action-packed plot

In today’s filmmaking it’s really difficult to find a film so unpredictable, it’s impossible to guess the ending. “End of Watch” is a riveting...

Alumnus lives out his dream in film

Nick Everhart, a UMKC alumnus, has worked his way up in the film business, becoming successful enough to help start a production company. The most...

Study: Legalization Impacts College Achievement

Children of undocumented immigrants may struggle more to achieve academic success than children of legalized immigrants, according to a recent study about the effects...

Black Friday: Killing the virtues of Christmas

How exactly did Christmas, a holiday that’s supposed to be about generosity, giving, friends and family unity, become the epitome of American consumerism, greed...

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iPhone 12 review

Apple released its newest iPhone, the iPhone 12, which comes in at a hefty $799. The iPhone 12 isn’t...

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. 

Interview with NYT classical music critic Anthony Tommasini on the reissue of two albums composed by the late Virgil Thomson

On Oct. 23, 2020, the Virgil Thomson Foundation reissued two critically acclaimed albums of Virgil Thomson’s composition. New York Times’ chief classical...

Chiefs use defense and special teams to dominate Broncos

The Chiefs dismantled the Broncos 43-16 at Mile High Stadium on Sunday afternoon in Le’Veon Bell’s highly anticipated debut.