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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,…

Truly independent cinema, an endangered species

Truly independent cinema, an endangered species

Story by Paul Joyner, for The Muleskinner— Founded in 1974, Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz’s independent film production and distribution company, Troma, creates, produces, and distributes campy B-movies containing overt…

Equality: Are we closer now?

Equality: Are we closer now?

Story by Andy Lyons, News Editor— Social media sites are ablaze this week with variations of a red box filled with an equal sign, an unequal sign and other symbols.…

Finding joy in the intangible

Finding joy in the intangible

Story by Kristin Gallagher, Business Manager— Over spring break, I took a trip to Honduras. I was amazed at what I saw as we drove through the cities; houses made…

Wildlife Society provides field work opportunities

Wildlife Society provides field work opportunities

Story by Elizabeth Wood, for The Muleskinner— As a busy college student preoccupied with class, obligations, and social lives, you may not find the time to fully appreciate the environment…

Softball using extra time for preparations

Softball using extra time for preparations

Story by Alex Agueros, for The Muleskinner— Despite nearly a third of the scheduled season being cancelled because of snow, Jennies softball has a 14-8 overall record, and is in…

Baseball team staying focused despite weather

Baseball team staying focused despite weather

Story by Alex Agueros, for The Muleskinner— Mules baseball has had to be flexible and patient with its schedule the past few weeks because of weather. Staying committed to playing…

Community remembers former theater student

Community remembers former theater student

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— The Warrensburg community is reeling after the death of 2008 Warrensburg High School graduate and former UCM student Aaron Markarian, who was shot and…

Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ back at museum

Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ back at museum

AMSTERDAM (AP) — Rembrandt’s iconic masterpiece the “Night Watch” has been painstakingly returned to the main building of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum before its re-opening next month after a decade of renovations.…