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A RooFit Yoga class led by Maggie Coomer.

UMKC Students Find Tranquility and Strength in RooFit Power Yoga

Evelyn Berger, Staff Writer
February 29, 2024

  RooFit offers a variety of free workout classes for students to help with the everyday stresses of being in college.    From cardio to yin and restorative yoga, the classes become both physical exercise and a mental sanctuary. Instructor Maggie Coomer started leading...

Made in KC offers a wide selection from local businesses in KC.

The Best Local Spots for Kansas City Chiefs Gear

Emily Wheeler, Staff Writer
February 28, 2024

  The Kansas City Chiefs are fresh off their Super Bowl win in Las Vegas. Whether you're looking for vintage inspired or modern streetwear, local businesses around Kansas City offer a variety of options.  Eb & Co. (326 W 63rd St, Kansas City, MO):  If you're looking...

The state of film has been questioned by fans and critics.

Opinion: Cinema is in Trouble.

Troi Buford, Staff Writer
February 24, 2024

  The current state of cinema is in a spotty situation; “Poor Things,” “The Iron Claw,” “Zone of Interest” and many more films of high quality have shown that the era of lower-budget movies may be the future.    Box office flops like “The Flash,” and “Ant-Man:...

The album was released Jan. 12, 2024.

Kid Cudi’s “INSANO” Pushes Boundaries, But Falls Short in Execution

Aydan Stigler, Staff Writer
February 24, 2024

 Kid Cudi’s new album “INSANO” explores concepts the rapper has yet to experiment with before, making the album one to remember.     Cudi’s ninth studio album features big names like Travis Scott, Pharell Williams and ASAP Rocky. It plays homage to late rapper...

Users of TikTok can no longer access their favorite songs and artists discographies.

TikTok Content Takes a Hit: Universal Music Group’s Drastic Decision Draws Criticism

Lucas Campbell, Staff Writer
February 23, 2024

 Outcry arises from users of TikTok after losing the ability to use music by Taylor Swift, BTS, Drake, Olivia Rodrigo and more.   On Feb. 1, Universal Music Group removed its music catalog off TikTok, leaving the platform and its creators with significantly less music to...

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