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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,...

Jaeden Johnson (center), Clara Houske, Molly Sloan, Max Nelson-Steinhoff, Lydia Middleton, Brenna Hood, Natalie Adkins, and Troy Gardner in the dance House of Quensaun, to the song “My House” from the film Renaissance (2023) by Beyonce.

Senior Dancers Shine in Capstone Performances

Catie Walker, Staff Writer
February 21, 2024

  Dancers dazzled in this spring's conservatory Senior Dance Capstone performances. The performers took their final bows at the last show on Feb.10  in White Recital Hall.   As the seniors were performing, the concert hall was buzzing with a lively audience in support...

Succulents and cacti available to the students.

Cultivating Inclusivity: Rainbows in the Gardens

Jazlyn Summers and Lilah Manning
February 20, 2024

  UMKC’s Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) club collaborated with the Environmental Student Council (ESC) on Feb. 13 to celebrate their mutual love for plants in the community.   The groups united to provide mini succulents, cacti and terracotta pots for students...

The spy thriller has received mixed reviews from film critics.

Review: “Argylle” is a Decent Rollercoaster Ride of Espionage and Action

Seth Domanski, Staff Writer
February 19, 2024

  "Argylle" is the newest spy comedy movie directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell.   Released on Feb. 2, it centers around Howard as author Elly Conway, who is most known for her espionage books about an agent named Argylle.   Conway...

Coach Stokes-OConnor leads the charge into the 2024 season

Setting Sail in Hawaii: Kansas City Softball Preps for the Season Kickoff

Jazlyn Summers, RooNews Intern
February 8, 2024

  Coming out of their last season with a 9-43 record, Roos softball can only go up as they venture into the spring 2024 season.    “It was just a lot of growing pains. Anytime you’re walking into a new program you gotta expect a rebuild and being able to plant your...

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