Author: Denise Elam

Lifestyle Editor

What were you wearing?

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – Clothes ranging from pajamas to prom dresses hang in Room 238 in the Elliott Student Union this week. The clothes are part of the “What Were You Wearing?” Survivor Art Installation presented by the Title IX office at UCM and several other sponsoring organizations. The articles of clothing are accompanied by 21 statements… Read more »

Lifestyle editor says goodbye

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) –When I started working at the Muleskinner two years ago, I had no idea the impact it would have on my life. Working with such driven, intelligent individuals has pushed me to be a better and more confident person, writer and journalist. I owe so much of who I am to this place…. Read more »

FACES of UCM: Katie Kim

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) –Growing up in Oak Grove, Missouri, UCM junior Katie Kim was not exposed to that much diversity. That changed when she requested to room with an international student her freshman year. “I had no idea what to expect, I just asked for an international roommate and didn’t know what country she would come… Read more »

Faces of UCM: Lacee Stanley

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – Lacee Stanley wants to make an impact in somebody’s life. After taking American Sign Language classes at UCM, she realized teaching deaf children was how she was going to do it. “I just want to help deaf kids really bad,” Stanley said. “I thought if I could help kids express themselves that it… Read more »

Jennies welcomed back after championship win

UCM Jennies returned to campus around 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 24, after their win over Ashland at the 2018 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Jennies were greeted by a crowd outside the Multipurpose Building.      

Game show provides film students real-world application

Digital media production students in an advanced multicam production course are filming UCM’s first ever in-studio game show this semester. The show, Game Central, aired its first episode Thursday on the UCM Media Network. Teams comprised of members from UCM’s Filmmakers and Actors Coalition and UCM Jennies volleyball competed in the debut. “It’s a charade’s… Read more »

Poets discuss ‘Me Too’ movement at UCM

Authors read poems of immigration, heartbreak, abuse and parental struggles at a poetry reading Feb. 7 in the James C. Kirkpatrick Library. The Pleiades Visiting Writers Series hosted poets EJ Koh and Amy Meng for a collaboration of a semester-long examination of the “Me Too” movement by the women, gender and sexuality studies program at… Read more »