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  • Heroes to Hives Beekeeping Course Offered at UCM March 2, 2021
      Heroes to Hives is a free course for veterans, veteran dependents and active service men and women to pursue community and agriculture through beekeeping. They are now hoping to launch the first chapter outside of Michigan in Missouri at the University of Central Missouri’s Mitchell Street farm.    Heroes to Hives began as a small-scale program...
    Abram Tabor, Reporter
  • Jennies Outrace Broncos 79-76 March 1, 2021
      On Feb 25., the University of Central Missouri Jennies defeated the University of Central Oklahoma Broncos 79-76. With the last game of the season coming up, the Jennies’ record is 18-3, and the Broncos drop to 14-7.    The Jennies built up a 19 point lead in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Jennies...
    Meah Copeland , Sports Editor
  • Mules Lost to Broncos during the Last Minute of the Game March 1, 2021
      The University of Central Missouri Mules and the University of Central Oklahoma clashed against each other on Feb 25. The Mules were defeated by the Broncos 77-75. The Mules fall to a 6-15 record and Broncos are 11-10. There were eight lead changes and five times where the game was tied.    The Broncos led...
    Meah Copeland , Sports Editor
  • $4.9 Million in Maintenance Underway February 26, 2021
      Before Christmas, UCM prepared and submitted a list of 40 maintenance projects, and the list was approved on January 11th, confirming that the University would receive $4.9 million from Mike Parson’s Federal Budget Stabilization Fund. New theater lighting, library roof repairs and other projects are underway.   A year prior, the University had an assessment...
    Lauryn Morrow, Reporter
  • Student Government President Justin Cobb Leads University February 26, 2021
      For Justin Cobb, a junior double major in political science and international studies, a  typical day begins at 4:40 a.m. with ROTC training until 7 a.m., when he returns home to eat breakfast. The rest of his day consists of classes, attending meetings or skills training for the Ranger Challenge, before returning home to eat...
    Madison Preston, Reporter