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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

Friday, June 21st, 2013

“World War Z:” worthy of the zombie genre

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) – There are several problems that have always prevented the zombie genre from really being scary. Sure, they’re relentless and tireless and want to tear your guts out, but zombies tend to be those shambling, meandering slack-jaws that everyone is sure they’d never die to. Yeah, everyone else will get eaten, but

Friday, June 14th, 2013

“Man of Steel” comes back swinging

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) – To the rather large chunk of people who are going to see “Man of Steel” regardless of what I say: Yes, the 3D is worth the few extra bucks. No, there is...

Monday, June 10th, 2013

Game of Thrones closes season three

By ANDY LYONS (digitalBURG) – The finale of season three of “Game of Thrones” did exactly what I expected it to: set up season four. The season was based on the first half of the third book...

Friday, June 7th, 2013

‘The Internship’ review

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) – Welcome to another movie starring Owen Wilson as Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as Vince Vaughn. “The Internship” is written by Vaughn, presumably to ensure he and Wilson weren’t in any way...

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Game of Thrones: Finale draws near

By ANDY LYONS (digitalBURG) – “Game of Thrones” is known to kill main characters as they are on the rise. Sunday’s ninth episode of season three was no exception, and left plenty of unanswered questions as the...

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

A night of reunions

By ANDY LYONS (digitalBURG, St. Louis) – Reunions are always an exciting time. There were multiple reunions Saturday, May 25 at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. The fathers of nu-metal, Korn, had reunited with Brian “Head”...

Friday, May 24th, 2013

“The Hangover Part III”

By ANDREW LINK (digitalBURG) — If you want a quick answer to, “Should I see ‘The Hangover Part III?’” the answer is no. When I heard about “Hangover Part III,” I thought, “Let me guess – Alan...

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

“Hangover Part III”

By JOSHUA LEONARD (digitalBURG) – I went to the pre-screening of “The Hangover Part III,” and the movie was a decent conclusion to a trilogy that should have only been one film. To me, “The Hangover” films...

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

“Star Trek Into Darkness”

By JOSHUA LEONARD (digitalBURG) – “Star Trek Into Darkness” was by far the best “Star Trek” film ever made, and I absolutely cannot wait to go watch it again. This is a must-see movie. “Star Trek Into...

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Game of Thrones picks up speed in season 3

By ANDY LYONS (digitalBURG) – The third-to-last episode of the season for the show “Game of Thrones” called “Second Sons,” focused mainly on three storylines: Daenerys in Yunkai, Gendry’s arrival at Stannis Baratheon’s home of Dragonstone, and...

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