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Letter to your freshman self: Andrea Lopez

By ANDREA LOPEZ Multimedia Editor So you’ve moved 2,000 miles away from home, live in rural Missouri, know not a single soul and you’re 17 years old. Good luck. Warrensburg…

Letter from the editor: ‘I’m sad to see me go’

Letter from the editor: ‘I’m sad to see me go’

By LEAH WANKUM Managing Editor This is the last issue of the Muleskinner for the semester. But to be completely honest, I still can’t believe it’s my last issue as…

Letter to the Editor: Advocating safer sidewalks

Dear Editor, In 2014, the Warrensburg City Council unanimously passed a resolution recognizing the importance of safe pedestrian and walking infrastructures within the community.  The document concluded with the following…

Letter to the editor: A response to part 1 of the gender-neutral restroom series

Dear Editor, I’d first off like to thank you for bringing up the issue of trans-inclusion on our campus. Many people don’t realize how privileged they are to be able…

Letter to the editor: Green Dot coverage

Dear Editor, I am writing today to express my disappointment at the lack of coverage on Green Dot, UCM’s new violence prevention initiative, in this week’s issue of the Muleskinner…

Letter to the editor: Swap shop harassment

Dear Editor, The event in discussion started simply enough. Someone on the Warrensburg Swaps and Sales! Facebook page inquired as to where one could donate unwanted clothes. I suggested Big…

Letter to the editor: Senator and friend of Johnson County Harold Caskey passes away

Fellow Democrats, Today, October 1, Senator Harold Caskey passed away. Senator Caskey was one of the greatest men that I had the honor of knowing and I send my heartfelt…

Letter to the editor: Universal responsibility

Dear Editor, I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to…

Letter to the editor: a college degree

Dear Editor, A college degree does not guarantee what used to be thought of as a college education. A high school diploma long ago was a mark of distinction. No…

Common sense by the yard

Dear editor, Incidental chemical exposures, contamination of our waterways, decimation of honeybee populations, declining water tables and a general winnowing of bio-diversity. These might seem like amorphous problems we have…

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