Category: Campus Coverage

UCM says goodbye to President Ambrose

Chuck Ambrose spent eight years serving as UCM’s president but recently took a new position with KnowledgeWorks, a nonprofit organization in Cincinnati. Erin Wides, Muleskinner features editor, asks Ambrose all about his time here as president, how he feels about his upcoming position and his thoughts on Roger Best serving as interim president. Specific topics in… Read more »

Jason Kander receives SGA award

VIDEO BY KAITLIN BROTHERS / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR (WARRENSBURG, Mo. )-Jason Kander, Missouri’s former secretary of state, received an award from UCM’s Student Government Association. Kander came to UCM April 20 to receive the James C. Kirkpatrick Excellence in Governance Award, which was created to honor James C. Kirkpatrick, who served as the secretary of state… Read more »

Students have many questions at SGA forum

VIDEO BY KAITLIN BROTHERS / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR (WARRENSBURG, Mo. )– The Student Government Association student forum was held last Tuesday with President Chuck Ambrose, Interim Provost-Chief Learning Officer Mike Godard, and Interim Executive Vice President and COO Roger Best. Students lined up to ask Ambrose and Godard many questions about the reorganization of the College… Read more »

Faces of UCM: Jacob Clark

VIDEO BY KAITLIN BROTHERS / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR (WARRENSBURG, Mo.)–Jacob Clark, a junior digital media production major, has worked at KMOS TV for the past two years and is the president of the filmmakers and actors coalition. He has very high goals after college of becoming a famous movie director by using his various experience and… Read more »

I’m First to Finish: new campus organization supports first-generation students

VIDEO BY KAITLIN BROTHERS / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR (WARRENSBURG, Mo.)– I’m First to Finish is a new campus organization designed to assist first-generation college students by helping find recourses, financial questions, mentorship and more. On Thursday, Feb. 8 there was a first-generation panel with professors and one student, Jasmyne Everett, to talk about their hardships as… Read more »