Following two walk-off wins against Emporia State Saturday, Jennies softball (22-12, 8-3 MIAA) traveled to Pittsburg State (19-22, 7-9 MIAA) for a midweek two-game series Tuesday in Pittsburg, Kansas. The Jennies fell behind early in the first game after the Gorillas plated three runs on a double and single. Runs in the second and third… Read more »
Earlier this year, the social work department at UCM began its participation in the Erasmus + program in which they host an international professor and sentone of their own abroad to teach students within the program. In February, UCM hosted Marzanna Pogorzelska from Opole University in Opole, Poland. Pogorzelska guest lectured in the social work… Read more »
Jennies golf wrapped up its regular season at the Central Region Preview Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield, Missouri. In a field of 20 teams, the Jennies finished tied with three teams for 10th place. After finishing the first round in ninth place, the Jennies struggled to improve their day one performance in the… Read more »
UCM outdoor track and field remained busy over the weekend as the team sent athletes to two different events. The throwers competed at the Central Methodist Invite in Fayette, Missouri, while the rest of the team attended the SBU Bearcat Invitational in Boliver, Missouri. The Jennies team of Jyl Stewart, Grace Wormek, Destiney Nash and… Read more »
Two of the highest scoring games of Mules baseball’s (22-11, 14-7 MIAA) season came over the weekend in a three-game series with Missouri Southern State in Joplin. The first game of the series resulted in a 4-2 win for the Mules but in no way alluded to the 67 runs the teams combined to score… Read more »
The Fashion Business Association will be hosting the Recycle Restyle Revamp Fashion Show in association with Earth Week events on Tuesday, April 23, in the Lower Courts of the Student Recreation Center. The event is open to the public to come and watch as models show off their different styles and ways they create wearable… Read more »
Sometimes filmmakers try to use a safe, or at least commercial, film genre to tell a story with a deeper meaning. Take for instance the Netflix film “Triple Frontier.” It’s about a group of ex-special forces operatives who, motivated by their personal debts, to steal a cash fortune from a drug lord. On one hand,… Read more »
Furry friends with wagging tails will be finding their way to the Elliott Student Union Mall in support of THRIVE. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, students can pet, play with and love on dogs during the event organized by the student-led group Innovative Public Relations. This group worked with the Union Cinema as… Read more »
Phoebe Mary Sawtelle, 81, of Warrensburg, formerly of Windsor, Massachusetts, died Saturday morning at her home.Read More...
Daniel Lee Webber, 70, formerly of Vincennes, Indiana, died April 3 at the Warrensburg Manor.Read More...
Franklin Henry Hobbs, 68, of Kingsville died March 27 at St. Luke’s East Hospital, Lee’s Summit, Missouri.Read More...