When I graduated high school, I thought my journalism career was over. All four years of high school I was involved with our student newspaper. I also interned with the local newspaper, where I saw the newsroom go from a staff of six or seven to only one or two. I saw with my own… Read more »
The Muleskinner had an impressive showing at the Missouri College Media Association conference April 13 on the campus of Missouri State University in Springfield. The paper earned first place in divison one and overall in the state. After the Best Overall Newspaper category winners were determined for each of the four newspaper divisions, a judge… Read more »
The Muleskinner hosted an event last Friday to bring back former Muleskinner staff for a reunion party. Some of the alumni reflected on past memories with Erin Wides, features editor. They also told her what they gained from working at the Muleskinner and gave their advice for students going into journalism. Time stamps: 0:30- What… Read more »
Amber Bradbury, assistant director of Warrensburg Main Street, Inc., sits down and describes what happened at this year’s Burgfest and what visitors might expect next year. Video by Jacob Peck (Multimedia Editor)
The UCM Royal Blush Drag Show was held Sept. 27 in Hendrick’s Hall with 856 people in attendance. Drag queens Dirty Dorothy, Widow Von’Du, Miss Priscilla, RiiRii, Heidi Banks and Genewa Stanwick performed at the show with two acts each. Heidi Banks gives an inside look of what it’s like to be a drag queen…. 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.
In this issue, August 30-September 12 Page 1 > News Grant advances research at UCM Page 2 > Need to Know Page 3 > News Friends, family, faculty remember Randy Diltz Page 4 > News State of the University Six focus areas for UCM Page 5 > News Two UCM students receive prestigious Fulbright grant… Read more »
In this issue, August 16-29 Page 2 > News Technology, cell phones phase out need for blue-light pylons Page 3 > News A+ bond rating confirmed for third year Page 4 > News New year, new band Casey Short named to Board of Governors Page 5 > News Printing Services to downsize, change name Page… 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.
In this issue, March 15-28: Page 3 > News With a budget proposal drawing near, UCM staff braces for impact UCM to offer first Big Data and Analytics programs in area Page 4 > News Westboro Baptist Church protest Page 5 > News Inside the eye: reporting campus crime B-21 Bombers Page 6 > Lifestyle… Read more »