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Where does the student activity fee go?

Where does the student activity fee go?

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— The University of Central Missouri’s Student Government Asscociation was allocated $34,400 of student money through student activity fees during the 2012-2013 school year. But…

New details in student contract

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— The university has released more details to the new student contract that will go into effect this fall. The “Learning to a Greater Degree…

UAVs: the way of the future

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— Imagine drones flying around to inspect pipelines, manage crops and provide cell phone coverage during a natural disaster. During a presentation Wednesday in the…

Mollenkamp named distinguished professor

Mollenkamp named distinguished professor

Every three years, the Meredith Harmon Sauer Distinguished Professor for Theatre and Dance is awarded to an “outstanding” candidate selected from a pool of applicants with specialization in theater and…

Montgomery Cup: another debate team win at international contest

Montgomery Cup: another debate team win at international contest

Story by DEVIN R. NEGRETE, for The Muleskinner— While many students partied their spring break away, the Talking Mules were busy competing overseas to bring home the Montgomery Cup for…

KCPT to purchase The Bridge: sale pending FCC approval

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— Kansas City Public Television is looking to buy the university’s 100,000-watt FM radio station for $1.1 million and move its studio to Kansas City.…

UCM approves sports communication minor

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— Looking to be the next Erin Andrews? The next Stuart Scott? Have a career path that involves effectively communicating to the sports media?  A…

Professor honored for excellence in teaching

Professor honored for excellence in teaching

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— Richard “Buzz” Herman, department chair and professor for the Department of Theatre and Dance, will soon receive the 2013 Byler Distinguished Faculty Award. The…

Despite grievances, trials progress for defendants

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— Both men accused of murder in the death of Warrensburg bar owner William “Blaine” Whitworth are getting closer to trial. The attorney for Ziyad…

Student’s family survives Boston bombing

Story by NICOLE COOKE, Copy Editor— Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon affected people around the world. Three people were killed, including a Boston University graduate student from China, and…

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