Students interested in studying abroad were able to learn more during the Study Abroad Fair held Sept. 6 in the Elliott Student Union. Representatives from different departments, programs and universities were available to field questions, give pointers and hand out materials. Vicki Orcutt, director of academic outreach for extended studies, said that studying abroad is… Read more »
On Sept. 6, Get the Red Out brought UCM and the Warrensburg community together with food, drinks, prizes, performances and activities. The community dressed in all red to show their school spirit and get pumped for the Mules football game.
Life was a lot different in 1948, when the new East Hall opened for men. Students’ rooms and lounges included ash trays. East Hall gave students a comfortable living space complete with a lounge on each floor, recreation room, snack bar and laundry room. Meanwhile, women enjoyed Laura J. Yeater Hall, built eight years earlier… Read more »
UCM students gather at the south end of the quad to show their true colors through painting on a mural on Aug. 28. A Spotlight member lead the event. She named off a list of activities in life that would show people’s true colors, for example splattering the piece of art if their parents are… Read more »
By Peter Spexarth, for the Muleskinner The Hair of the Dog Pub Crawl kicked off the night of Aug. 24 with a live concert, food trucks and tents. The event was held on Pine street and people from the community came and went throughout the night. Some lined the street with lawn chairs to watch… Read more »
Roger Best recently took the role as UCM interim president after Chuck Ambrose. Erin Wides, Muleskinner Features Editor, asks Best questions about his goals for the university, renovations, his new campaign “opportunity in action” and more. Specific topics in the interview: :23- What’s the Strategic Leadership Team? 2:09- Elliot Student Union Renovations 4:18- Goals for… Read more »
Interim President Roger Best delivers the State of the University Address Aug. 22.
Chuck Ambrose spent eight years serving as UCM’s president but recently took a new position with KnowledgeWorks, a nonprofit organization in Cincinnati. Erin Wides, Muleskinner features editor, asks Ambrose all about his time here as president, how he feels about his upcoming position and his thoughts on Roger Best serving as interim president. Specific topics in… Read more »
UCM’s sororities gathered together Aug. 20 to welcome new sorority members. The women went through a process called “rush.” Rush is a process where potential sorority members talk to all the sororities to find the one that is a good match for the new member and for the sorority. During rush, the different sororities have… Read more »
VIDEO BY JACOB PECK / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR The Muleskinner has overcome many obstacles in the past year but the staff believe with the recent changes, they have a bright future.