Author: Michael Moana


Fifth Annual Trading Moon Pow Wow set for Nov. 2

The University of Central Missouri will be sponsoring its fifth annual Trading Moon Pow Wow from noon until 9:30 p.m. Nov. 2 in the lower section of the UCM Student Recreation and Wellness Center.  The Pow Wow is a gathering of several groups who will perform traditional Native American dances.  According to the Center for… Read more »

A quick guide to Jewish holidays and traditions

We’re nearing the holiday season and with it comes celebrations, especially in the Jewish religion.  Arthur Rennels, a retired Messianic Jewish Rabbi, said the most recent holiday was Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah translates to “head [of] the year.” This year, Rosh Hashanah lasted from sundown on Sept. 29 until sundown on … Read more »

Muleskinner Minutes

This week on campus is the SOCK-tober sock drive, information about living off campus, Monster Mash at the Union, the RAD program for men, and more. Michael Moana describes what’s happening on this week’s edition of Muleskinner Minutes.

Christian Campus House set to host annual event for students

The Christian Campus House will be hosting its annual Connect event at 5 p.m. Friday at Northside Christian Church, 500 N. Ridgeview Dr. The event will include food and activities.  Daylen Brandes, senior campus minister, said Connect is all about students and is “a great way for students to make connections and start thinking about… Read more »

Student Veterans Organization names new president

The Student Veterans Organization has a new president. Kenneth Wall, junior criminal justice major, will be taking the reins as president of SVO in the spring. Matthew Braden, the outgoing president, is transferring in January 2019 to the University of Missouri in Columbia to complete his degree in civil engineering. SVO provides a variety of… Read more »

Holden Street fills for Get the Red Out

Thousands of community members and college students filled Holden Street Thursday for Warrensburg’s annual Get The Red Out street fair. Around 1,500 visitors attended the event in Warrensburg, according to a law enforcement official. More than 40 vendors set up tables and tents along Holden Street this year from Clark to South streets. An array… Read more »