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Students in the UMKC Conservatory work with new learning methods

Most classes are online this semester at UMKC, with professors lecturing via Zoom and screen sharing their PowerPoint slides to students. For...

What’s taking center stage at UMKC

As another semester of UMKC begins, so does another round of theater productions by the UMKC Conservatory. The first...

Fall Dance Concert showcases UMKC’s Dance Division

Music majors, step aside. This past weekend, the Conservatory’s dance ensemble hosted its fall concert, showcasing pieces choreographed by UMKC dance faculty,...

A first timer’s experience at the opera

Here’s something I never thought I’d say: I was at the opera on a Friday night. That changed when...

Chancellor Agrawal stresses need for expansion, funding at UMKC

“My main priority is student success,” Mauli Agrawal said.  Coming from the UMKC chancellor, these words were not a...

Tuesday, 3/10 Conservatory Wind Ensemble Chamber Music Concert 1-10 p.m. at the Student Union Theatre Meditation for Midterms 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the School of Education   Wednesday, 3/11 Free...

Westport High School emerges as potential location for new conservatory

Plans to develop the old Westport High School are leading many to speculate that the building could one day serve as UMKC’s...

An inside look at the life of a dancer

There’s often a misconception that dancing is just a feminine hobby. However, it’s more than that. It’s an intense art form, a challenging sport...

Mold in Conservatory causes problems for dancers and faculty

Jodi Page Laura Karanevich UMKC Conservatory dancers and faculty members are not optimistic about the condition of a key studio after returning in August to find...

UMKC Conservatory well represented at first annual alumni concert

UMKC conservatory alumni inspired a captivated audience on Friday evening as they returned to grace the White Recital Hall stage. The UMKC Conservatory Alumni Association...

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Student organization “Zoom bombed,” HEI mini-grants, coronavirus update – Roo News October 20th

https://youtu.be/WJHER6GvaxI In this week's special all Mandarin edition of Roo News, the UMKC College Democrats "Zoom bombed"...