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UMKC students voice mixed opinions on shift to online-only classes

UMKC Chancellor Mauli Agrawal announced on Nov. 18 that most of the remaining in-person classes will move online for the rest of the semester....

UMKC students voice opinions on virtual graduation

As the fall semester comes to a close, students who will be graduating in December are coming to terms with UMKC’s decision to hold...

President Choi on Stakeholders, Collaboration and Leadership

President Choi invites the UM community to share in the exchange of ideas with “First Five Fridays,” a series of vlog conversations held each...

To the students, faculty, and staff of this university,

To the students, faculty, and staff of this university, I would like to share something with all of you. In my years spent working with University...

An Eye for an Eye: Are We Living in a Blind World?

Partnering with the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, the American Public Square (APS) urged attendees to consider the pros and cons of the death...

Learning how to be a Stepdaughter at 20 Years Old

Divorce sucks, and if the statistics are true then over half of you reading this article can concur. Fortunately, my parents have arguably had...

The Professor Watch List Controversy | Students and Faculty Weigh In

In high school, my friends discovered a website called Rate My Teacher. Serving as a kind of database where students could leave reviews for...

After the Ballot is Cast

By this time next week, the American people will have elected a new President of the United States. This statement likely does not come as...

SGA Considers Improvements to Campus

The Student Government Association talked with the student body this past Thursday about improvements to UMKC’s campus. President Navya Sane, Executive Vice President Vamsi...

Tuition Town Hall Discusses Legislative Pitfalls

The Associated Students of the University of Missouri (ASUM) hosted a Town Hall on tuition. The aim of the town hall was to educate...

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