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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…

Pilots learn air safety

Story by COURTNEY MUNS, for The Muleskinner— Monday, February 25th, UCM’s Aviation Department held their semi -annual Safety Stand-Down Day. This event is held every 6 months, lasting all afternoon,…

New terminal kicks off renovations at Skyhaven

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— During UCM’s first Twitter chat last month, President Chuck Ambrose used the public forum as an opportunity to announce plans for the construction of…

SGA honors Hicklin with UCM’s Kirkpatrick Award

SGA honors Hicklin with UCM’s Kirkpatrick Award

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – The UCM Student Government Association will honor former Mules football coach and Board of Governors member Walter Hicklin with the James C. Kirkpatrick Excellence in Governance Award…

Have something to confess? An online social experiment draws outrageous, raunchy and humorous stories from students and alumni

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— A new Facebook page, created by UCM students and alumni, is both a form of dramatic entertainment and a way for users to anonymously…

Tunnel of Oppression offers social perspective

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— The sound of a gunshot rang through the otherwise silent Union Ballroom Feb. 14. The shot was part of one of the several skits…

Murder trial dates are set

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— A trial date is set for the second defendant in the shooting death of Warrensburg bar owner William “Blaine” Whitworth. Ziyad T. Abid, charged…

Scholars Symposium showcases student research

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— Students will have the opportunity to present their undergraduate research projects in a public forum during the 12th annual Scholars Symposium Tuesday, April 2,…