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A student notices that their meat is undercooked after cutting it open

Dining Dilemma: Students Still Unhappy With Lack of Significant Change

Zayin Barnes, Managing Editor
December 1, 2022

  It’s been nearly two months since freshman Mallory Gard found a caterpillar in her broccoli, but she has yet to see major improvements in the food quality at Atterbury Dining Hall.   Throughout the course of this semester, students have reported food at the Atterbury...

A Philosophy class discusses the legality of online proctoring.

Proctoring and Personal Privacy

Rex Stickney, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

  During peak season of COVID-19, reports of academic dishonesty soared at universities across the nation.   As a result of having to take tests at home, many schools opted to use various methods to try and reduce cheating while away from the classroom.   “I'm sure...

SGA is comprised of elected executives and volunteer senators working to help students wants and needs become a reality.

SGA Discusses Impeachment Amongst Rising Tension

Ellen Beshuk, Staff Writer
November 29, 2022

  UMKC’s Student Government Association (SGA) adopted a new constitution this Monday, which includes impeachment procedures as tensions rise between senators and executives.   Co-author of the new constitution, Senator Hayley Prins, said there has been a lack of communication...

UMKCs Kangaroo Pantry helps supply food to students who otherwise may go without a meal.

UMKC Celebrates Kindness and Giving in November

Maleigha Billings, Staff Writer
November 24, 2022

  From donations to volunteering, to gift giving, kindness is in the air at UMKC as the campus prepares for the season of sharing and celebrates World Kindness Day.    UMKC is filled with opportunities to spread some much-needed compassion, so students and staff who haven’t...

A student notices that their meat is undercooked after cutting it open

The Dining Dilemma: Students Express Health Concerns Over Atterbury Dining Hall

Akash Guruswamy, Writer
November 18, 2022

  Undesirable hours aren’t the only thing plaguing UMKC’s Atterbury Dining Hall. From undercooked entrees to insect-laced salads, students have voiced their concerns about food quality.    “My classmates and I have begun dreading eating, but we feel we must eat...

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