All posts tagged "unews"

  • Stop and Smell the Roses Man

    When UMKC art student Alexa Rose Di Trolio was 19 years old, her best friend Abbey Felton died unexpectedly from multiple sclerosis, a devastating autoimmune...

  • Consider the Empty Chair

    Like the mighty war horn in days of old, pumpkin pies and Wal-Mart Christmas displays announce another upheaval: the holiday season. These jolly omens commence...

  • Roos Basketball Dismiss Harrison

    Martez Harrison, UMKC’s all-time assist leader, has been dismissed from the men’s basketball program, effective immediately. The announcement came from head coach Kareem Richardson on...

  • Are You Not Entertained?

    America is facing a lose-lose situation, not just because both candidates are bad choices, but because Americans have fostered un-thankfulness. I know that sounds condescending–...

  • Men’s Soccer Continue to Struggle at Durwood

    At halftime against San Jose State University with the lead, UMKC honored this year’s seniors, Jake Carter, Luke Gilsinger, and Clay Stewart. Each senior met...

  • What To Know When Headed To The Polls

    This upcoming week voters will be casting their ballots for a presidential candidate, national and state representatives, as well as state and local amendments. Election...

  • The Good Lieutenant Humanizes Soldiers’ Experience

    In one way or another, every person’s life has been impacted by war. However, very few individuals experience it for themselves. Many people’s understanding of...

  • UMKC Surprise with Offensive Display

    The weather was not welcoming for Saturday’s match, cloudy and cool. UMKC delivered a shocking performance over Southwestern Community College of Creston, IA. Although they...

  • 22, A Million by Bon Iver

    Bon Iver’s 22, A Million upon first listen sounded completely alien – I certainly had not expected this level of experimentation. However, as the clarity...

  • A Millennial’s Guide to Political Persuasion

    Where did the last four years go as the presidential election comes around again? Perhaps this campaign season more than any has sparked an intense...