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Through the Eyes of Picasso: The inspiration behind the artwork

The works presented in Through the Eyes of Picasso are a must-see. This new exhibit, now on display at the Nelson Atkins, reveals to...

Q&A: Jesse Paris Smith talks music, activism

Jesse Paris Smith is the daughter of award-winning musician and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Patti Smith. In this exclusive interview with...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Rosalind Franklin

Dr. Rosalind Franklin’s story is the perfect example of how women face discrimination in science. Using x-ray diffraction, a technique which allows scientists to see...

food critic’s corner: Chez Elle Creperie is a delightful Parisian experience

Despite living in the center of the Midwest, I am always surprised to see the great diversity of cuisine in Kansas City. Although Kansas...

UMKC students hope film festival will help put Kansas City on the map: PoPFilmKC sets high ambitions for summer 2012 debut

An international film festival organized this year by a group of UMKC film majors hopes to bring attention to the local film community. Among them...

Player profile: Antoine Rozner- From Paris, France to the Paris of the Plains

Paris native and UMKC freshman business major Antoine Rozner is the 24th best golfer in the French amateur rankings and the 700th best golfer...

'Picasso at the Lapin Agile" thrills with campy comedy, impressive cast

Picasso at the Lapin Agile, produced by the University Theatre Association (UTA), opened this weekend, beating students return to classes by a few days....

Professor lectures at National World War I Museum

On Feb. 19, Felicia Hardison-Londré gave a lecture at the World War I Museum about Sarah Bernhardt’s potential influence on the American public, and...

Ask the Cook: Indulge yourself mindfully

Question of the week: If you must eat a cheeseburger, what can you pair it with to make it more healthy? This week’s question got me...

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