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UMKCs partnership with the Royals began in March.

UMKC Night at the K Returns

Maisy Blanton, Staff Writer
April 8, 2024

Students have less than two weeks left to purchase tickets for the second annual UMKC Night at the K. Students will be eligible for free merchandise, as well as have a night out to watch hometown baseball and celebrate their university with their peers.   The theme night...

Many voters have spoken out against the vote.

Opinion: Stealing Home

Julius Briscoe, Staff Writer
March 30, 2024

  If you are in search of a monument to consumption, look no further than the Kansas City Royals.   If you want to see a culture fall apart, give them the ability to move their baseball stadium to the Crossroads district.    Hiding behind the successful Kansas City Chiefs,...

The Royals announced the new stadium will be located in the Crossroads district.

Opinion: Let the Royals Play Ball Downtown

Ben Springer, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024

There’s been no shortage of chatter on the Royals’ proposal to move the Kauffman Stadium to the Crossroads District. However, one glance through the comment section of any Facebook post about the move shows many people do not want this big change to happen.    In less...

Many have already decided they will vote no on April 2

Take Me Out To The Cultural Graveyard

Julius Briscoe, Staff Writer
March 10, 2024

Since 1973, Kauffman Stadium has been the heart and soul of the Kansas City Royals. Every swing and cheer has woven a tale of baseball glory and unwavering fan devotion.   Situated in the heart of Jackson County, Kauffman Stadium has been the site of many historic moments....

The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum celebrated Black History Month by opening their doors to the public for free.

Negro Leagues Museum Celebrates Black History Month & Highlights Upcoming Plans

Jarrod McDaniel, Staff Writer
February 28, 2024

  Thanks to its partnership with the Kansas City Royals, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum opened its doors for guests free of charge throughout February to celebrate Black History Month.    In addition to this collaboration, Negro League Baseball Museum President Bob...

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