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Amtrak looks to increase local service

By CASSIE SLANA Reporter (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — Local Amtrak scheduling adjustments could lead to an increase in service use. In a recent University of Central Missouri survey administered by the Midwest…

UCM hosts first comedy festival

The University of Central Missouri will play host to its first comedy festival next week. The UCM Comedy and Improv Club will host the UCM Comedy Festival from 4 p.m.…

Name card pickup for spring, summer degree candidates

Undergraduate students participating in the graduation ceremonies Friday, May 6, or Saturday, May 7, can pick up their name cards beginning Monday, May 2, through Friday, May 6, in the UCM Registrar’s Office, located…

Suicide prevention group brings awareness program to UCM

Suicide prevention group brings awareness program to UCM

By ANDREA LOPEZ Multimedia Editor (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — Nearly every 8.5 hours, the state of Missouri loses a resident due to suicide. A New Jersey based organization called Attitudes in Reverse…

UCM takes steps to prevent suicide

By JIEUN HONG Reporter (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — More than 240 UCM campus members gathered on Saturday in front of the Ward Edwards Building to raise awareness of suicide prevention. April Roller,…

Missouri Safety Center showcases electric cars

By SARA LAWSON Assistant News Editor (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — The search for more fuel-efficient vehicles has been growing since the 1997 release of General Motors’ EV1. “About one-third of the energy…

Steak ‘n Shake coming to Union in the fall

By CASSIE SLANA Reporter (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — Steak ‘n Shake will be coming to the Elliott Student Union in the fall. With Steak ‘n Shake’s extended hours, UCM President Chuck Ambrose…

UCM campus walk to prevent suicide

by JIEUN HONG                                                      …

Green Dot garden blooms for Earth week

Green Dot garden blooms for Earth week

By DENISE ELAM Reporter (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — The Green Dot gardens will be in full bloom next week as students campuswide will share their bystander intervention actions. The University of Central…

Sorority chapter raises funds for Arthritis Foundation

By ALLYSON COOK Reporter (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — Alpha Omicron Pi’s Strike Out Arthritis was a homerun. They raised $2,500 for arthritis research April 2. Strike Out Arthritis, a kickball tournament, took…