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“Raising Your Voice, Casting Your Vote”: University Libraries celebrates 100 years of women’s suffrage

In celebration of a century of women’s suffrage, University Libraries has presented a virtual display that highlights the role of music in the fight...

Miller Nichols Library adds new coronavirus guidelines

The Miller Nichols Library has added new coronavirus guidelines as health officials warn coronavirus cases may soon begin to increase.  The library, which used to...

Student Reflection: Alone in a crowd

Where can you find Chick-fil-A, lukewarm coffee, a bag of baby carrots and Mediterranean food all in one place?  Just seven months ago, you could...

Students request renaming of Miller Nichols Library

The proposal to rename the Miller Nichols Library has been a rotating debate for years. The death of George Floyd at the hands of...

UMKC Libraries “Shining a Light” on underrepresented composers

You’re probably aware of who Mozart, Beethoven and Bach are, but did you know there are many more composers who aren’t just old, white...

Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Library

Changing the hours of a library is no small task, but with the help of the Student Government Association (SGA), UMKC has shown it...

Students group draws attention to UM system’s fossil fuel investments

The UM system has an estimated $10 million system-wide investment in the fossil fuel industry. Fossil Free UMKC, a new student group on campus,...

UMKC Professor and GLAMA Work to Tell Kansas City’s LGBT History

Austin Williams (right), a UMKC Professor, directed his documentary “The Ordinance Project” to tell the story of the anti-AIDS discrimination ordinance that passed in...

Jonathan Stalling opens Poetics of Invention at Miller Nichols Library

Poet, artist, scholar and inventor Jonathon Stalling opened his exhibition, Poetics of Invention, at the Miller Nichols Library earlier this month. The exhibition is Stalling’s...

UMKC hosts fourth annual Zine Con

UMKC art students Noah Kellough and Madelyn Stewart spent the last few months putting together a self-published magazine about Stewart’s dog, Molecules. The finished product,...

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