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UMKC Theatre presents “Antigonick,” a retelling of an ancient classic

Five different bodies converge on one screen sharing a head, two separate arms, a torso and a chest to form a digital Zoom beast. This...

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....

Online classes to remain as UMKC announces plans for spring semester

Students hoping for more in-person classes next semester will be disappointed. Along with the release of 2021 enrollment dates, UMKC announced the 2021 spring...

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" meeting, the UMKC Health-Equity-Institute's mini-grant program, and the...

UMKC College Democrats meeting targeted by racist and homophobic “Zoom bombing”

Unwelcome guests entered a UMKC College Democrats Zoom meeting using racist and homophobic slurs as their names on Oct. 5. According to Charisma Sewell, the...

How students are handling everyday life amid COVID-19

Jasmine Jones & Adriana Macias It’s been a month since UMKC moved all classes online to combat the spread of COVID-19, and since then students...

Roo News 4/14/20 – Transition to Zoom and COVID-19’s effect on politics

https://youtu.be/JECqlZvBS5w This week we're talking to senior Joseph Allen and journalism professor Peter Morello about their experiences with Zoom, and political science professor Greg Vonnahme...

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