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Oak Place demolished, legal battle over its “reckless” construction far from finished

UMKC began the demolition of Oak Place Apartments on July 7. The apartment building, which sits on the western edge of the Volker Campus,...

Hospital Hill housing offers students convenience

UMKC’s Hospital Hill campus will be adding student housing to be completed in the fall of 2014. The campus apartments, which will be similar...

A look at student housing at UMKC

Of about 9,000 UMKC undergraduate students, 1,430 live on campus in one of three buildings: Oak Street Residence Hall, Oak Place Apartments or Herman...

Cost of name change needs to be justified

Chancellor Leo Morton announced a name change proposal in May for the University of Missouri – Kansas City. The change from UMKC to the...

Pickleman's Gourmet Cafe plans mid-September opening at Oak Place

In addition to Pizza 51, Subway, Sahara and Kin Lin, students will have a new Oak Street restaurant to choose from when Pickleman’s Gourmet...

Rented out of house and home

After Spring Break, the semester will fly by, and students may ask, “Where going to live next school year?” If we don’t intend to...

Year in Review: What happened at UMKC in 2011

January 7 Gary Forsee officially steps down as President of the University of Missouri (UM) system. Forsee resigned amid his wife’s battle with cancer. She...

Police Blotter

Nov. 11 2:20 p.m. Larceny An LCD projector belonging to the University was taken after it was left unattended in the University Center. 3:40 p.m. Larceny A student...

Red Mango becomes third Oak Place business to close in past year

Like Larry’s Subs and Taco Factory before it, Red Mango at Oak Place Apartments closed without warning or explanation. Posted on the entrance is...

Parking Operations addresses demolition of former Oak Street Parking Structure

Students returning to UMKC this summer and next fall will have a more difficult time finding parking on the Volker campus. The Oak Street Parking...

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