The campus community was invited to celebrate the 57th birthday of the Elliott Student Union Sept. 25. Events throughout the day included carnival games, painting, and a T-shirt giveaway.
Two music performances, volunteer and study abroad opportunities, enrollment updates, and the upcoming UCM athletics schedule. Madeline Turner has it all on this week’s edition of Muleskinner Minutes.
The University of Central Missouri School of Visual and Performing Arts presents “Steinway Legends: From Tatum to Tomorrow,: an interactive concert featuring pianist Vladimir Horowitz as well as live performance recordings on the Spirio | r, according to a news release. The concert will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Hart Recital Hall in… Read more »
Fall Beautification Day is an opportunity for guests at Knob Noster State Park to help clean up their environment. University of Central Missouri’s chapter of The Wildlife Society will be participating in the event. During Fall Beautification Day, volunteers can remove invasive species, pull weeds, clean up the trails, pick up trash, and clean streams…. Read more »
Imagine getting ready to perform at an annual, nationally-recognized event. Now imagine you only have weeks to prepare. And you’ll be performing with someone you’ve never performed with before. They live in a different state, so rehearsing is not an option, at least not in a classical sense. The piece you’re performing? You’ve done it… Read more »
U.S. Army veteran Jeremy Miller is on a Walk Across America to raise awareness about veteran suicide and will be stopping at UCM at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Military and Veterans Success Center in the lower level of the Elliott Student Union. Miller’s eight years of military service included service in Iraq. He began… Read more »
The University of Central Missouri is bringing the 1960s to patrons through the production of “Hairspray” this week. The musical runs Thursday-Sunday at Highlander Theater at UCM. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets start at $10 for students, $15… Read more »
Almost everyone has seen their patrol cars. Some have seen them patrolling campus. And anyone who has purchased a parking permit has been to their office. The University of Central Missouri’s Department of Public Safety is a crucial component to keeping campus safe. It includes police, parking services, access control and environmental health and safety…. Read more »
The newly created executive director for governmental relations position has been filled, according to a news release. On Sept. 20, UCM President Roger Best announced the appointment of former Missouri Senator David Pearce to the position. Pearce, who currently serves as senior policy coordinator in the Missouri Treasurer’s Office, will assume his new role Oct…. Read more »
The University of Central Missouri Counseling Center has created a free seven-week workshop for students called Unstuck Your Life. Meetings will be 3-4:30 every Wednesday starting this week through Nov. 6 in the Student Wellness and Recreation Center. The workshop was created by psychologist Elizabeth Cassidy and counselor Melissa Fuller from the Counseling Center after… Read more »