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Judge nullifies former student’s bond

                Story by Andy Lyons, News Editor—  Rumors circulated last week that Ziyad T. Abid was going to bond out of Johnson County…

Violence, substance abuse prevalent in US

Story by ANDREA LOPEZ, for The Muleskinner— Every two minutes someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted, according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). According to Lighthouse…

The copters are coming: agreement brings rotary training to UCM Aviation Department

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— Helicopters will start cruising around Warrensburg as early as this summer after a memorandum of understanding was signed March 28. University of Central Missouri…

UCM Foundation earns top 10 percent recognition nationally

Story by RANA ZAKARNA, for The Muleskinner— The University of Central Missouri Foundation’s five-year rate of return has placed it among the largest and most prominent public and private higher…

Improvements made to degree audit system

Story by Morghan Borders, for The Muleskinner— Soon, making a four-year academic plan will become much easier for students with the new Degree Auditing System (DAS). With the current DAS,…

Multi to host deployment ceremony

Story by ANDY LYONS, news editor— The Missouri National Guard will host a departure ceremony for the 1-135th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 24, at the University of…

Third annual dress exchange at UCM helps local students

Story by NICOLE COOKE , Copy Editor— Instead of the usual boring tables and chairs, the Union Ballroom was transformed into a fashion runway. Rooms across the hall were filled…

Snow removal costs university $65,000

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— While students enjoyed their snow days by going sledding, building igloos and snowmen, and putting off schoolwork for a few more days, UCM employees…

University initiates student contract

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— The university will be initiating a new student contract that will affect incoming freshmen this fall. The “Learning to a Greater Degree Contract” will…

SGA opposes new student requirements

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— SGA continues to oppose the student contract approved by the Board of Governors Feb. 22. At a meeting of the Senate Tuesday, Student Governor…