Tag: UCM Muleskinner Student Run Newspaper

Muleskinner Vol. 112 Issue 10

In this issue, Oct. 26 – Nov. 1: Page 3 > News Mizzou assistant professor speaks about the plague and Protestant Reformation at UCM THRIVE: a student’s perspective Page 4 > News National Disability Awareness Week is underway at the University of Central Missouri Page 5 > News Veterans Center honors tradition of potluck meals… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 112 ISSUE 9

In this issue, Oct. 19 – Oct. 25: Page 3 > News A University of Central Missouri club is getting into the holiday spirit early this year with Toys for Tots Page 4 > News Some 350 endowed scholarships created at UCM Page 5 > News Entertainer teaches audience life lesson through performance Page 6… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 112 ISSUE 7

In this issue, Oct. 5 – Oct. 11: Page 4 > News Ambrose is staying at UCM, no longer candidate at the University of Montana LGBTQIA group now available at counseling center Page 5 > News Old Drum Coffeehouse has new owner Page 6 > Lifestyle Faces of UCM: Emily Coffin Page 7 > Lifestyle… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 112 ISSUE 6

In this issue, Sept. 28 – Oct. 4: Page 3 > News To cut or not to cut: fate of philosophy program finalized Community members come together at Burg Fest Page 4 > News Royal Blush drag show and Transformation Page 5 > News Student club creates interest for careers in behavioral analysis Page 6… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 112 ISSUE 5

In this issue, Sept. 21 – Sept. 27: Page 3 > Special education major benefits from UCM Advantage program W.C. Morris renovations Page 4 > KMOS wins Emmy for ‘Missouri Life’ episode Page 5 > Watermelon Bust: games day Night Ryder continues to ride Page 6 > UCM Art Gallery opens three new exhibits Page… Read more »

Muleskinner staff pushes forward after abeyance

Even though the newspaper bins are empty, the Muleskinner remains. More importantly, the people behind the Muleskinner remain. According to Muleskinner reports, the newspaper was placed in a one-year abeyance over the summer, affecting 11 student staff positions. The idea was to have them maintain the newspaper’s website, digitalBURG.com, but they wouldn’t be paid for… Read more »