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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...

In a mid-September poll of 670 likely voters in Missouri, SurveyUSA found 62% are “certain to vote yes” on Amendment 3. (Breanne Blankenship/RooNews).

What UMKC Students Need to Know About Amendment 3

Breanne Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2022

  On Nov. 8, Missouri voters will decide whether to legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults 21 and over.   The passing of the amendment would allow the purchase, possession, consumption, delivery, manufacture and sale of marijuana for personal use.    Missouri...

UMKC Holds Campus-Wide Day of Service at Roos Give Back

UMKC Holds Campus-Wide Day of Service at Roos Give Back

Emma Sauer, Writer
October 27, 2022

  After receiving their free t-shirt and fanny pack at check-in at the Miller Nichols Learning Center, attendees divided into groups and completed tasks for one of eight different non-profits partnered for Roos Give Back.  “Our purpose through Roos Give Back is...

KC Current Stadium Groundbreaking Party

KC Current Stadium Groundbreaking Party

Roo News
October 26, 2022

The Kansas City Current will host the first stadium designed specifically for women's soccer. The first step in their historical process began with the groundbreaking event hosted by the owners of the organization. Photos by Manny Morales.

Kansas City Current, groundbreaking, riverfront park

Kansas City Current Makes History In A Groundbreaking Event

Savannah Moore, Writer
October 25, 2022

  Kansas City made history as they broke ground for the first-ever stadium, solely dedicated to women's soccer.   Currently, there are 27 soccer stadiums in the United States. Zero of those stadiums were built specifically for the National Women's Soccer League....

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