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Scary Cherry Talks Performing at UMKC Drag Show

Maddy Bremer, News Co-Editor
October 22, 2023

UMKC’s Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) Council hosted “Lights Out, Frights Out,” a Halloween-themed drag show featuring performers from the Kansas City drag scene, as well as four student performers.   One of the community performers is Scary Cherry, a local queen...

With few requirements to own a gun, Kansas City is in the top ten most violent cities in the nation.

Opinion: Kansas City’s Homicide Problem is a Result of Missouri’s Gun Problem

Maddy Bremer, Co-News Editor
April 5, 2023

  I’m sick of seeing headlines about Kansas City’s homicide rate. The solution is simple: if Missouri cities want to do something about violent crime, Jefferson City has to do something about gun laws.   When I started this story, I wanted it to be impartial. I thought...

Woman in Business is a club looking to address problems that plague women in the workplace.

UMKC Students Form New Club Dedicated to Women in the Corporate World

Maddy Bremer, Staff Writer
December 2, 2022

  Two UMKC students created a new organization to support women in business, and over 120 students signed up in the first week.    Co-presidents Maggie Schoemehl and Grace Yu--both juniors in the Bloch School--will lead the newly founded Women in Business club.   ...

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Review: Tyler Childers’ “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?”

Maddy Bremer, Writer
October 19, 2022

  Tyler Childers–our lord and savior of country music–has released a gospel album.    “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?” is a gospel-inspired triple album that sounds just like all the classic hymns you sang in church–until you read the lyrics. Despite...

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Made in KC Is Making Local Art Accessible

Maddy Bremer, Writer
September 20, 2022

  For Keith Bradley, there is power in keeping things local. As a part owner of Made in KC, Bradley believes in the importance of celebrating the creatives of Kansas City and giving them a platform to showcase their work.      “There’s more meaning to your...

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