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Chick-fil-A robbers still at large
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor Chick-fil-A in the Elliott...
COMIC: ‘Campus Stories’ by Britton Black
Stay cool, stay classy
by Shelby Bilbruck Columnist As soon as finals are...
Student lived above reproach: Dylan Austin, who died in a skateboarding accident, is fondly remembered at UCM
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor A UCM student died...
Spring ball: Q&A with Mules football
by Brendan Wade Reporter Mules football began the first...
‘Spring Awakening’ review (COMMENTARY)
by Erica Nowlin Columnist Last week, the UCM Department...
One punch at a time, student fights his way to Rio
by Steven Spears News Editor Eddy Guillen hadn’t even...
Outdoorswomen: Top-ranked Jennies track and field goes for gold at MIAA conference meet
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Jennies track and field...
A response to The Student Freedom of Association Act
by Derek Pritchett and Jeffrey May Guest Columnists Periodically...
Faces of UCM: Kyra Woods
by Bethany Sherrow Reporter Kyra Woods advises everyone to...
Name card pick-up
Undergraduate students graduating on Friday, May 8 or Saturday,...
Comedy and improv club coming this fall
UCM students are preparing to start a new comedy...
UCM track and field throwers measure success differently
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor How do you measure the...
COMIC: ‘Campus Stories’ by Britton Black
Bills to allow religious student groups to restrict membership
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor State legislation being debated...
UCM FSL celebrates Greek Week
by Alex Agueros and Jacque Flanagan Muleskinner Staff It...
‘Spring Awakening’
by Paul Joyner Photo Editor The UCM Department of...
Mules baseball clean on senior day
by Tristan McClelland Reporter The Mules did it again,...
Bike of birds
by Andrea Lopez Features Editor Birds, bikes and babies....
UCM hosts sexual assault awareness fair
The Office of Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support is...
Give a gift with purchase: Pay it forward
by Shelby Bilbruck Columnist When you purchase clothes, you...
Faces of UCM: Preston Billingsley
by Bethany Sherrow Reporter “Treat everybody with respect –...
KC Chiefs mascot speaks to FCA
KC Wolf, the Kansas City Chiefs mascot, will speak...
Lights, camera action: Films promote social change
by Erica Nowlin Reporter The UCM College of Arts,...
COMIC: ‘Campus Stories’ by Britton Black
Students build houses for spring break
by Shelby Bilbruck Reporter While most students spent their...
‘Spring Awakening’: A tale of teenage discovery
Rock musical tackles issues of sexuality and ignorance by...
Golf competes for conference in Kansas
MULES by Brendan Wade Reporter The University of Central...
57 to 0: The true nature of sexual assault at UCM
by Mathew Martinez and Lacy Hembree Guest Columnists 57...
Need something to eat?
There are nearly 805 million people hungry around the...
The most interesting man in Warrensburg
by Andrea Lopez Features Editor He floated on an...
Four-year plan: Madison Smith
by Tremayne Fisher Reporter Madison Smith is a four-year...
Your perfect purse
by Shelby Bilbruck Columnist Purses aren’t just an accessory...
Faces of UCM: Jordan Page
by Bethany Sherrow Reporter Jordan Page has a piece...
Earth Day 365
In celebration of Earth Service Day, volunteers will work...

Reviews

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Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Mixed crowd gathers at Starlight for 90s rockers

Story by Andy Lyons, Managing Editor Photos by Andrew Mather, Photographer Rock concerts are meant to be a place to let go of everyday worries and enjoy an evening with the bands. The point couldn’t have been pushed home any further than Tuesday night at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, Mo., when Queens of

Monday, April 28th, 2014

GoT: Tension rises in “Oathkeeper”

by Andy Lyons Managing Editor A slave insurrection in Meereen, more details on Joffrey’s murder, and White Walker’s taking a baby in the night. Game of Thrones brings it in episode four, “Oathkeeper.” The episode opens with...

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Sevendust gets personal with acoustic show in KC

by Andy Lyons Managing Editor Fans of all ages filled all three levels of the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland Thursday night for Sevendust. The group got personal Thursday night at the Midland, as the current...

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

Lorde holds her own in KC

by Andy Lyons Managing Editor Fans from across the Midwest converged on the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland Friday evening for a chance to catch Grammy Award-winning artist Lorde on her first-ever U.S. tour. The show...

Sunday, February 9th, 2014

Previously on the Walking Dead

by Josh Leonard Reviewer Previously on “The Walking Dead,” an infection broke out in the prison, Rick kicked Carol to the curb, The Governor was awkwardly glorified as a good guy, Hershel met his demise, and the...

Saturday, January 11th, 2014

In This Moment puts on another killer show in KC

Story and Photos by Andy Lyons, Managing Editor My first show of 2014 kicked off with some very familiar faces – Wednesday night was the fifth night of the Hell Pop tour’s second leg. I headed to...

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

“Hunger Games” sequel does book justice

by Shelby Flynn, Reporter In previous reviews, I’ve shared my feelings about movie sequels. In most cases, the sequel and even prequel installments of certain movies never seem to add up to the original film’s potential. What’s...

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

Walking Dead “Live Bait” review: a look at The Governor

By Joshua Leonard, Reviewer The Governor is back! But, not how you might think… The “Live Bait” episode is fully about The Governor and what he has been up to since the demise of Woodbury at the...

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Latest episode of ‘Walking Dead’ slows down the action

by Joshua Leonard, Reviewer This week on “The Walking Dead,” Daryl, Tyreese, Michonne and Bob make it to the vet clinic. Bob battles his addiction to the bottle, while Rick and Carol go out on a run...

Friday, November 1st, 2013

‘Ender’s Game’ does its inspiration justice

by Andrew Link, for the Muleskinner There’s always that guy on the way out of the theater who just has to bludgeon us with his obviously superior intelligence by pointing out that he thought the book was...

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