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KC STEM Alliance Hopes for Spark

Getting kids excited about the world of engineering is no easy task, and a new program in the Kansas City area, the KC STEM...

Career Fest connects students and employers

The UMKC Career Services Office held its annual Career Fest on Sept. 29-30, with more than 69 employers participating in the two-day event. “...

When tuition freezes over– UM President fights against tuition spike

University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe told the St. Louis Post Dispatch that he will be recommending tuition at all four UM system schools...

Introducting science to girls through imagination and innovation

Science Pioneers’ Expanding your Horizons, a one-day science and math experience for girls in grades 6-8, took place at Union Station on Friday. Science Pioneers...

Geeking out: Learning and fun unite STEM students at UMKC

Concrete bowling balls, a two-story egg drop and a lecture from an IBM engineer marked this year’s Engineer’s Week at UMKC. While E-Week was celebrated...

Student Profile: Riddhiman Das- Foreign entrepreneurial students face uncertain future in the U.S

Riddhiman Das, a 21-year-old computer science graduate student, appears to have a bright entrepreneurial future. He has already helped launch two tech startups in Kansas...

UMKC hosts regional robotics competition

  The UMKC School of Computing and Engineering hosted the inaugural Greater Kansas City FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics competition in collaboration with the KC...

Law School professors draft policy reform proposal to help foreign entrepreneurial students

The legal ability to remain in the U.S. after graduation has become complicated for international students. A standard F-1 visa allows students to stay in...

KC STEM expands UMKC’s role in the community

Last week, Kansas City Science and Technology, Engineering and Math (KC STEM) Alliance made a public announcement, regarding intentions to move to Union Station...

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Live blog: the second presidential debate

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Whether you’re a fan of them or not, BLACKPINK’s success is no secret to anyone. From being the first K-pop girl group...

Netflix docuseries “Deaf U” review and interview with Kansan cast member Renate Rose

Netflix’s recent docuseries, “Deaf U,” explores the relationships between deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. Within a week,...

Union Station to host Holocaust exhibit this summer

An Auschwitz exhibit is coming to Union Station Kansas City this June, and local Holocaust survivor Judy Jacobs urges all to see...