HOW COLLEGES ARE HANDLING COVID-19

March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, a pandemic. Amid the spread of the virus, multiple schools and universities across the country, and the globe, have closed for the summer, opting for online classes to finish the year. Although some students are excited by not having to… Read more »

Raise the banner: Jennies win MIAA Tournament

The UCM Jennies (27-4, 18-1 in MIAA) defeated the Emporia State Hornets 82-75 at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City to win the MIAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. The Jennies have now won both the MIAA Regular Season and Tournament championships for the 2019-20 season. Emporia State led 6-4 early on until UCM’s Morgan VanHyfte and… Read more »

Jennies win three of four in weekend play

The UCM Jennies (10-5, 3-1 in MIAA) traveled to Hays, KS where they defeated the Ft. Hays Tigers in both games on Friday. On Saturday, the Jennies hit the road again to Kearney, NE to take on the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers where they split the two-game series. Game 1: UCM 5 Ft. Hays 2 Neither team… Read more »

Shoot your shot: SRWC hosts open archery event

The UCM Student Recreation and Wellness Center is hosting open archery nights from 8-10 p.m., on the last Friday of the month, until the end of the semester. The open archery began during the 2020 spring semester on the last Friday of January. No experience with a bow and arrow is necessary to participate. The… Read more »

UCM podcast brings comedy to current events

Each Saturday, four UCM students can be seen and heard on a podcast titled “Orange Soda,” a rambling chat about music, politics and life.  Stephen Holstine, a 20-year-old sophomore Communication Studies student, began a production company called Pretty Sweet Media out of which the “Orange Soda Podcast” emerged.  “Orange Soda” launched last fall and the… Read more »