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“Raising Your Voice, Casting Your Vote”: University Libraries celebrates 100 years of women’s suffrage

In celebration of a century of women’s suffrage, University Libraries has presented a virtual display that highlights the role of music in the fight...

Operation iPad

It’s 2015, where is all the new-fangled technology? Were we not promised hover boards and self-drying clothing this year by “Back to the Future?”...

May the odds be ever in your gender: Women’s Center discusses subtext in ‘The Hunger Games’

UMKC’s Women’s Center and University Libraries hosted the book discussion “Girl on Fire: Gender, Violence, and Social Class in the Hunger Games—Part 2” for faculty, staff and students on...

Prose, poetry and ‘food for the soul’

Library Read-In celebrates African-American history The first of two parts of the 2012 African-American Read-In, hosted by the University Libraries were filled with poetry, song,...

New print quota makes students unhappy

Many students would like to see an increase to the $2.50 print quota. They find it constrictive to try and budget printing. “I think it...

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Chiefs hold off late surge from Buccaneers in victory over Tampa Bay

The Chiefs exposed Tampa Bay’s highly respected defense through the air in their 27-24 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday. Head coach Andy Reid was...

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....

Album Review: “Good News” by Megan Thee Stallion

With her first album, “Good News,” Megan Thee Stallion finishes 2020 with a bang. After four successful mixtapes, Megan finally released her much anticipated...

Chiefs leave Vegas with high-stakes victory over Raiders

The Chiefs pulled off a game-winning drive at the end of the 4th quarter on Sunday night to secure a much-needed 35-31 victory over...