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Selmolition house takedown
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor There is an empty...
Frank Cagnina leaves his legacy
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor EDITOR’S NOTE: This story...
Campus Cupboard hungry for donations
by Steven Spears News Editor The University of Central...
Make it rain, we’re ready
by Shelby Bilbruck Columnist For some, April means the...
Mules basketball concludes
by Tristan McClelland Reporter With high hopes of repeating...
Jennies golf finishes eighth at MWSU
by Brendan Wade Reporter Central Missouri Jennies golf’s outlook...
UCM Track and Field moves outdoors
by Tremayne Fisher Reporter The Jennies indoor track and...
Frats need to man up
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor I am a proud...
Humans vs. Zombies
by Christian Vanlue Reporter For the second consecutive year,...
Secret life of Catholic Sister living life for Jesus Christ
by Andrea Lopez Features Editor COMMENTARY Receiving weekly emails...
Faces of UCM: Danyale Fleming
by Bethany Sherrow Reporter Being an international studies major,...
Need some UCM swag?
Up on school spirit but low on UCM apparel...
Registration is now open for UCM Etiquette Dinner
Whether it be impressing someone on a first date...
UCM Magazine wins silver award
The university’s magazine won a silver award in the largest...
  • by Leah Wankum Managing Editor There is an empty space at Selmo Park. A few members of the university and local community came to watch as an excavator and a bulldozer from a Missouri construction company tore the nearly 150-year-old house down at Selmo Park March 16. The house at Selmo Park was traditionally the […]

  • by Steven Spears News Editor The University of Central Missouri’s food bank, Campus Cupboard, is quickly running out of food. Following this year’s boost in enrollment, Campus Cupboard – which opened its doors in October 2013 – has seen a similar increase. So far this year, the food pantry has been visited 1,014 times, serving 712 unique […]

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor I am a proud member of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Central Missouri. Lately, as a member of Greek life, my biggest fear is no longer being proud of my membership. The recent conversation on fraternities has been negative, and for good reason. A 10-second video of Sigma Alpha Epsilon members […]

  • Up on school spirit but low on UCM apparel to prove it? Spotlight’s got you covered. Bring in an old high school T-shirt or a T-shirt from another university in exchange for a brand new UCM T-shirt. Students are required to present their UCM ID to participate in the exchange. Only one T-shirt per student […]

  • Whether it be impressing someone on a first date or a job interview, the Career Services Center invites students to participate in their annual Etiquette Dinner program. The event is designed to educate participants on proper dining etiquette and interpersonal manners. For the cost of $15, registration is open for the five-course Spring 2015 Etiquette […]

  • The university’s magazine won a silver award in the largest educational advertising award competition in the country. UCM Magazine competed with more than 2,000 entries from universities and secondary schools in the 30th Annual Educational Advertising Awards, according to the Foundation’s news release. The award-winning issue highlighted UCM art professor Annie Helmericks Louder and is one of six awards UCM won in the competition. […]

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  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was updated for a correction regarding Frank Cagnina’s ACL injury to his left knee. It was a long season for Central Missouri wrestling, but senior Frank Cagnina and junior Archie...

  • March 26th, 2015
    Mules basketball concludes

    by Tristan McClelland Reporter With high hopes of repeating as Division II National Champions, Mules basketball fell to Minnesota State-Moorhead 71-60 in the Central Regional tournament Sunday March 15th. Senior forward Dillon Deck led the team with with 16...

  • by Brendan Wade Reporter Central Missouri Jennies golf’s outlook for the season stems from one word: prog- ress. Head coach Chris Port has put added emphasis on improvement since day one, when the program began in 2012. “I’ve expected...

  • by Tremayne Fisher Reporter The Jennies indoor track and field team is coming off the high of their first indoor national championship in school history, shortly after winning the MIAA indoor conference championship. After the title, co-head coaches Kip...

  • The Jennies indoor track and field team took first at the MIAA Championships. The Mules and Jennies send 13 athletes to Birmingham, Ala. this weekend to compete at the National Championships. Central News provides the story on both teams’...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Before last weekend, time on Jennies Field at the South Recreation Complex had been limited for Central Missouri’s softball team. They played in Arkansas and under a dome in Minnesota. They practiced around snow...

  • by Marlin Copeland Reporter The No. 2 ranked UCM Jennies indoor track and field team has been crowned the MIAA Champions, something that hasn’t happened since 2007. The Jennies totaled 159 points, beating second-place Lincoln by 17 points. It...

  • No. 4 ranked Jennies bowling hosted the Mid-America Individual Championships at the Elliott Student Union Thursday, Feb. 26. VIDEO COURTESY OF KMOS SPORTSPAGE AND UCM MEDIA NETWORK PHOTO BY ANDREW MATHER / PHOTOGRAPHER

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