The Roaring Red started at UCM 11 years ago but this once-raucous student group has dwindled over the past couple years. One UCM student is determined to bring the group back and make it better than ever. The Roaring Red is a student organization created to support the school’s athletic teams by coming to sporting… Read more »
The open option teaching assistants and the academic resource coaches were melded into one position and are now known as academic success coaches at UCM. Their offices are located in the new Success Advising Center in the lower level of the Elliott Student Union. Previously, the open option teaching assistants were in the Gateway Center… Read more »
The Family Weekend Talent Show was last Saturday, ending the activities of Family Weekend. There were 12 performances judged by Roger Best, interim president; Keondrin McClish, UCM alumna; Jim Gulbranson, graduate student in the college student personnel administration program; and Isabel Anderson, sophomore events, marketing and management major. Zach Moore, junior criminal justice major, received… Read more »
No. 19 Central Missouri football is on the road this weekend in Topeka, Kansas, for a matchup with the Washburn Ichabods. The Mules look to extend their winning streak to three games. The Mules quarterback situation has cleared up with redshirt freshman Jeremy Hunt playing all but the fourth quarter in last week’s 51-14 victory… Read more »
UCM Career Services is hosting the Careers in Government Day Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. in Union 237 A and B. Employers such as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, the FBI and the Missouri Department of Social Services will be in attendance, as well as smaller local agencies for students interested in networking… Read more »
UCM will be hosting Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer and Ohio State University professor emerita Susan Hartmann to present her lecture “What Women Had to Do to Win the Vote” at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Union 236. Hartmann’s lecture is presented in part by Missouri Humanities Council, American Democracy Project and the UCM History… Read more »
Movie icon Burt Reynolds once said “My movies were the kind they show in prisons and airplanes, because nobody can leave.” Reynolds died on Sept 6 at 82. So, in honor of his memory, here is one of his films that wouldn’t have to be shown in a prison or on an airplane. “Deliverance” is… Read more »
After a few years of planning, construction is close to beginning on the renovations to the Elliott Student Union. The Elliott Student Union Master Plan Phase I Project includes the addition of a 300-seat auditorium, revisions to the south entrance facing Clark Street and modifications to Steak ‘n Shake and the Union Bowling Center. In… Read more »
Nita Joyce Hitchcock, 78, died Sept. 17, in Baptist Medical Center South Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama.Read More...
Helen Neal Simon, 90, of Warrensburg, died Sept. 15 at the Warrensburg Manor Care Center.Read More...
Genevieve Grace “Burger” Popplewell, 73, of Independence, Missouri, died Sept. 14 at Centerpoint Medical Center in Independence.Read More...