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Sept. 11 Police Reports
Warrensburg Police Beat A pregnant Warrensburg woman was hit...
Celebrate life, don’t mourn death
by April Roller Guest Columnist The love of my...
School of technology graduate programs host waste reduction panel discussion
The American Society for Quality ASQ and the school...
Brooklyn Lutz zooms into auto racing industry, PR style
by Jillian Berger For the Muleskinner What do go-karts,...
Lifelong Learning, UCM athletics host tribute to Jackie Robinson
UCM’s Lifelong Learning program presents “The Rest of the...
COLUMN: There’s no place like home – UCM
by Tristan McClelland Guest Columnist, Mules Wide Receiver Standing...
Student by day, pop star by night
by Amber Ward Reporter As a child, UCM student...
UCM sponsors professional dress workshop
Career Development Services is hosting a career-orientated workshop for...
Cross-country hosts Mule Run: both Mules and Jennies look to make a strong first impression
by Reid Karscig Reporter The Central Missouri Mules and...
Leaving the small town for a big city
by Andrea Lopez Assistant News Editor She had her...
Volleyball 3-1 after Tampa tourney
by Briana Piercey Reporter No. 5 ranked Jennies volleyball...
University looks to the future, highlights student experience
by Steven Spears News Editor President Chuck Ambrose delivered...
Construction continues: The Crossing on time, and on budget
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor The UCM and Warrensburg...
Spotlight offers time to release hate
The Spotlight student organization invites students, staff and faculty...
Comedian Kevin Bozeman comes to campus Sept. 18
The Spotlight student organization invites students, staff and faculty...
Caption contest winners announced
Three of the most creative and funniest submissions for...
Letter to the editor
Dear Editor, As curator of the Johnson County Historical...
Cafe Rouge sponsors student talent showcase
The Student Talent Showcase is back with the series...
Q&A with UCM bowler Mary Wells
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Last week, Jennies bowler...
Twice as global, twice as good?
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there are...
Your guide to self-confidence
by Andrea Lopez Assistant News Editor If you need...
Aug. 21 Police Reports
Warrensburg Police Department Sarah H. Spencer, 20, of Warrensburg,...
Mullin’ over Mullins
by Steven Spears News Editor Settling on a career...
General Motors donates vehicle to UCM program
General Motors recently donated a 2014 Chevy Malibu to...
Liz Wood: student rep on the UCM board of governors
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor Elizabeth Wood, an undergraduate...
Rededication of former South East Elementary School Aug. 29
Warrensburg residents, including University of Central Missouri employees and...
Art student fights to save her eye
by Amy Connor Reporter “Will trade art for surgery,”...
New bus service to and from university campuses in Warrensburg and Lee’s Summit
The UCM board of governors approved a shuttle bus...
Volunteer fair offers ways to get involved
The annual Volunteer Fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to...
Project Community Connect needs volunteers
Project Community Connect is looking for volunteers and service...
Get the Red Out planned for Sept. 11
UCM’s annual Get the Red Out celebration will take...
UCM welcomes two new coaches
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri baseball and...
The seven wonders of Warrensburg
by Andrea Lopez Assistant News Editor Despite the nearly...
College or military?
by Sara Lawson Reporter It’s a question that many...
Retreat prepares freshmen for college
by Liz Wood Reporter This summer, 204 incoming freshmen,...
  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri scored just nine points in their season opener at Missouri Western. Playing No. 19 Emporia State (1-1, 1-1 MIAA) senior running back LaVance Taylor uncorked the Mules (1-1, 1-1 MIAA) offense with six touchdowns in a 50-31 win over No. 19 Emporia State. “He’s one of the fastest guys […]

  • Warrensburg Police Beat A pregnant Warrensburg woman was hit by a vehicle at 10:02 a.m. Aug. 25 as she was crossing Christopher Street, according to a Warrensburg Police report. Cody L. Weigers, of Independence, Mo., was driving on South Maguire Street trying to make a left turn onto Christopher Street, when he hit Rebecca J. […]

  • The American Society for Quality ASQ and the school of technology graduate programs will host “Lean Tools and 5S in Waste Reduction” from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sept. 18 in Room 240 of the Elliott Student Union. Activities include an expert panel discussion, a student research presentation, and an industrial case presentation. The public […]

  • UCM’s Lifelong Learning program presents “The Rest of the Story: Jackie Robinson and the Desegregation of Baseball” at 2 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Warrensburg Community Center, 445 E. Gay St. Partnered with the UCM Athletics Department, the event is open to the public at no charge. Terry Rodenberg, former sociology professor at UCM, will […]

  • Career Development Services is hosting a career-orientated workshop for UCM students at 3-4 p.m. Sept. 17 in Elliott Student Union 240. Participants will learn how to be successful at a career fair and how to dress for an interview. The workshop is also presented by the graduate school and The Fashion: Textiles and Clothing in Business […]

  • by Steven Spears News Editor President Chuck Ambrose delivered his annual state of the university address on campus Sept. 8. More than 150 faculty, staff and students congregated in the James L. Highlander Theatre for the president’s address. Ambrose spoke about the future of the university. Those who could not make it to the speech […]

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  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri scored just nine points in their season opener at Missouri Western. Playing No. 19 Emporia State (1-1, 1-1 MIAA) senior running back LaVance Taylor uncorked the Mules (1-1, 1-1 MIAA) offense with six...

  • by Tristan McClelland Guest Columnist, Mules Wide Receiver Standing in the tunnel, hearing the roar of the crowd, brings nothing but pure excitement and anticipation. We are waiting anxiously for the cue to run onto the field as one...

  • by Reid Karscig Reporter The Central Missouri Mules and Jennies cross-country teams look to begin their 2014 season at the Central Missouri Mule Run on Saturday. There, UCM looks to impress teams throughout the MIAA. The Mules were picked...

  • by Briana Piercey Reporter No. 5 ranked Jennies volleyball touched down from Tampa, Fla., after opening their season with a series of challenging matches Sept. 5 in the Tampa Spartans Classic. With conference play yet to begin, the Jens...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor The Crossing—South at Holden is just a skeleton, yet its construction zone dominates the landscape past the north end zone. The brown iron beams and rubble is a fitting backdrop for a Mules football practice. Going...

  • By Reid Karscig Reporter The Jennies soccer team is ready to begin their 2014 campaign in new fashion. Coming off of a 2013 season where they were the MIAA regular-season conference champions, they hope to win the conference again...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Thermometers read 91 degrees. On the makeshift rugby pitch beyond the south recreation complex on state Route DD, it felt hotter. UCM men’s rugby held their second practice of the season Tuesday. The team ran...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Last week, Jennies bowler Mary Wells competed in the World Bowling Youth Championships for Junior Team USA for the second consecutive year. This year, the tournament was hosted in Hong Kong. Wells captured a...

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