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Mancow legacy rides on
by Melissa Conger News Editor If you have ever...
Professor recognized for outstanding dedication
by Amber Ward for the Muleskinner A faculty member...
Foundation gives aid to Champions
by Leah Wankum Assistant News Editor In honor of...
Movement with meaning
by Elyn Hirni Reporter This April, the opportunity to...
Women in Leadership spring conference
by Elissa Huck Reporter The President’s Commission on the...
Film Fest justified
by Mitchell Brown Reporter The lights dimmed and an...
Professors take the stage
Story by Sabra Hoeppner, for the Muleskinner Photos by Andrew...
Battle of the bride
by Andrea Lopez Reporter With Friday nights on TLC...
Unions, Jay Bilas and You
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Northwestern football finished 5-7...
Track & Field hosts relays
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri track hosts...
Temporary Washington Street Closing
As demolition/construction progresses at the site of the University...
  • by Melissa Conger News Editor If you have ever attended a football game at Audrey J. Walton Stadium, you have undoubtedly seen the UCM mascot, Mancow Mule, galloping around the stadium and on the field. But it’s the person sitting atop Mancow that demands the attention, and that person could be you. Tryouts for the […]

  • by Amber Ward for the Muleskinner A faculty member of UCM’s department of history and anthropology has accomplished many achievements this past year, both in and out of the classroom. Amber Clifford was awarded the College of Arts, History, and Social Sciences Meritorious Award for her service, received a major grant for a three-year traveling […]

  • by Leah Wankum Assistant News Editor In honor of the Mules basketball team’s recent NCAA Division II championship win, the UCM Foundation has created the Champions Fund to give students the financial resources needed to become champions in their academic, professional and personal lives. Chelsey Buseck, a graduate assistant for the Foundation, said the Champions […]

  • As demolition/construction progresses at the site of the University of Central Missouri’s new mixed-use facility, plans are being made to temporarily close a section of Washington Street, Monday April 21 through May 9. Washington Street will be closed to the south from the intersection of South Street up to the east entrance to the Multipurpose […]

  • Photos by Jerry Morris – The Student Government Association sponsored  the annual University of Central Missouri Memorial Service for the 2013-2014 school year, Tuesday, April 15 at 4 p.m. The service was located  at the UCM Chapel and recognized students Natalie Niavaran, Jennifer Reeder, Erin Hook and faculty member Paul Rorvig.

  • Warrensburg Police Department Oscar S. Heredia-Hicks, 24, of Warrensburg, Mo., was arrested at 11:34 a.m. April 4 in the 300 block of South Mulberry Street on suspicion of stealing items valued less than $50 from a motor vehicle, disturbing private peace, and property damage. Hatem H. Al Mansour, 21, of Warrensburg, Mo., was arrested at […]

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  • Unions, Jay Bilas and You

    April 18th, 2014
    Unions, Jay Bilas and You

    by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Northwestern football finished 5-7 overall and 1-7 in Big Ten play, and just started spring practice. But that’s not why they’ve garnered headlines in recent months. In January, a majority of Northwestern football players...

  • Track & Field hosts relays

    April 18th, 2014
    Track & Field hosts relays

    by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri track hosts the Mule Relays this weekend beginning tomorrow. The Jennies are ranked No. 9 and the Mules No. 20 in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Last week, Jennies soccer introduced ten incoming freshman for the fall of 2014. The class includes six players from Kansas, three from Missouri and one from Illinois. Head coach Lewis Theobald, who is entering...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Mules basketball opened the season with 10 new players, three returning seniors and a third-place preseason pick in conference, despite owning the past two titles. Their season wasn’t David overcoming Goliath. They didn’t deserve...

  • Jens take two from NSU

    April 3rd, 2014
    Jens take two from NSU

    by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Jennies softball (20-14, 8-6 MIAA) ended March with a pair of wins over Northeastern State University Sunday. UCM used a 2-run seventh inning to win game one 2-1, and flexed their slugging muscles on...

  • Complete DII Bulletin Release BEARVERTON, Ore. — Central Missouri head basketball coach Kim Anderson was named the 2014 Schelde Sports/Division II Bulletin National Coach of the Year as announced on Monday evening. Anderson guided the Mules to a 30-5 overall record and the 2014...

  • Story by Alyssa Clifton, digitalburg.com News Editor Photos by Taz Hall, Muleskinner Photo Editor The excitement of the Mules basketball team taking home the NCAA Division II Championship echoed through Warrensburg Saturday night as fans were honking their horns and chanting...

  • Story by Alex Agueros, Sports Editor Photos by Andrew Mather and Taz Hall Central Missouri held the high-scoring West Liberty offense to 10 points in the final 9 minutes to seal their first national championship in 30 years. Senior...

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