UMKC students and supporters forced their way into a vice chancellor's office on Wednesday to voice their concerns about the way the University responded to an alleged rape in a campus dorm. Vice chancellor Melvin Tyler listened patiently to the group. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
UMKC students and supporters forced their way into a vice chancellor's office on Wednesday to voice their concerns about the way the University responded to an alleged rape in a campus dorm. Vice chancellor Melvin Tyler listened patiently to the group. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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Chancellor Leo Morton: UMKC should — and will — do more to stop sexual assault

March 18, 2017 8:30 PM

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