This week on campus, the SOCK-tober sock drive continues, Karaoke Night, Nightmare on South Holden Street, the Halloween 5k Glow run/walk, and more. Katlin Younts goes through what’s happening on this week’s edition of Muleskinner Minutes.
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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.
Today is the final day to vote for UCM Homecoming Royalty. Aneliese Peeler talked to a couple of the people on the Union Mall to see what Homecoming and Homecoming Royalty means to them.
In this week’s edition of Muleskinner Minutes, find out about Hairspray, UCM Volunteer Services’ October Blood Drive, Fall Beautification Day, and more.
Video by Katlin Younts It would be easy for a newly appointed administrator at the University of Central Missouri to feel like they need to change things, or fix things, or at least amend certain things. Phillip Bridgmon, who began working as the provost and vice president for academic affairs on July 15, said he… Read more »
In this week’s edition of Muleskinner Minutes, updates on Pleiades Visiting Writers Series, Study Abroad opportunities, Career Expo, concerts and more.
Story by Jason Brown/Managing Editor Video by Kaitlin Brothers/News Editor Students, faculty, alumni and members of the community gathered Thursday afternoon in the Multipurpose Building to witness another milestone in the 148-year history of UCM. The 23-year UCM career of Roger J. Best culminated in his installation as the university’s 16th president. The ceremony represented… Read more »
Lacey Hites has been the assistant director of TRIO since the beginning of the semester. Prior to this role, she was the first person that director Chris Beggs hired in 2015 as a TRIO advisor. Hites acts as an academic advisor, life coach, counselor, mentor and just about any form of support students and co-workers… Read more »
Three UCM students were awarded the Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Scholarship for $3,000. Mariah Woodson, freshman nursing major; Arlanda Brown, senior sociology major; and K’Ron Richardson, sophomore criminal justice major, were awarded the scholarship Jan. 22 at the Freedom Scholarship Dinner in the Elliott Student Union Ballroom. The guest speaker was UCM alumni Robert… Read more »
Click the box at the top right corner for full screen and to interact with this map of campus elevators. Once full screen, there is a legend along the left side that describes the color coding scheme for the pins on the map. The pins are color coded to the number of 2017-18 work orders… Read more »