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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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Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

‘The Walking Dead’ continues to impress

by Joshua Leonard, Reviewer Things start heating up around the prison as Tyreese “Hulks-out,” Rick puts his sheriff pants back on, and the infection has spread all across the group in this episode of “The Walking Dead.” We pick up where last episode left off as Rick, Daryl, Carol and Tyreese are standing over the

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

Walking Dead’s second episode picks up the pace

By Joshua Leonard, Reviewer Last week on “The Walking Dead,” we ended the show with Patrick, Carl’s new friend, getting sick, dying in the shower, and coming back as a walker. This week’s episode, “Infected,” begins at...

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

‘Carrie’ is a worthy remake

by Shelby Flynn, Reporter When it comes to film, there are many ideas and decisions that can be considered bad ones. Topping the list, for me, would probably have to be remakes. Namely, horror movie remakes. Most...

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

‘Gravity’ little more than floating in space

by Shelby Flynn, Reporter When I first saw a preview for “Gravity”, there were two key things that bothered me. For one, I could barely focus on what was even happening because Sandra Bullock was spinning uncontrollably...

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Agents of SHIELD stays with Avengers storyline

By Josh Leonard, Reviewer This past Tuesday, the highly anticipated Marvel’s “Agents of SHIELD” debuted the pilot episode on ABC. The show takes place what seems to be just a few short months after the events in...

Friday, September 13th, 2013

Insidious 2: not quite the original

By Shelby Flynn, Reporter Let me take a moment to clear up any doubt that you may have about “Insidious Chapter 2.” After all, it is a sequel, and we all know what kind of entertainment value...

Friday, July 26th, 2013

‘Wolverine,’ a summer movie that finally delivers

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) — Marvel promised a different type of superhero movie with “The Wolverine” and made some giant leaps toward fulfilling this promise. It’s easy to forget that you’re watching a superhero film for long...

Friday, July 19th, 2013

‘R.I.P.D.’: another forced summer film

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) — Ryan Reynolds just can’t seem to catch a break in Hollywood. I’ve always thought of him as a male Tara Reid since they seemed to show up at the same time, became...

Friday, July 12th, 2013

‘Pacific Rim’ has ‘amazing 3D effects,’ but little else to dazzle

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) — “Go big or go extinct” is the tagline for “Pacific Rim,” and it certainly goes big with its star-studded cast. You’re sure to recognize most of the faces here, such as that...

Friday, June 28th, 2013

‘White House Down:’ what summer movie filler should be

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) — It can be difficult to tell from a trailer whether an action movie is going to be worth seeing. They all kind of have that same-y feel. A train derails, a plane...

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