United Student Housing Association hosts Halloween Bash

The sound of the Addams Family theme song could be heard throughout the party. The United Student Housing Association hosted a Halloween Bash Oct. 28 in the Union Ballroom that was bursting with fall fun. The spooky night included drinks and snacks, fall crafts and coloring, face-painting, ring toss, raffle prizes, tarot card reading and… Read more »

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood–a review

Like all of Quentin Tarantino’s work,“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a movie about nostalgia. This time it’s nostalgia for an era of Hollywood that, in memory at least, was much more innocent. It’s set in 1969, with the Charles Manson Family Murders looming in the background. This series of killings, including actress Sharon… Read more »

Muleskinner Minutes

In this edition of Muleskinner Minutes, Garrett Fuller talks about the Military Appreciation Blood Drive, escape rooms hosted by The Spotlight, 30 Years Hence, the FBA Fashion Show and more going on on campus and beyond.

SideTracked: Definitely a departure – Kanye’s ninth LP

The culture is conflicted on Kanye’s newest project. The record has received a large amount of critical backlash, with Consequence of Sound giving the record an F, their second-lowest possible score. Their writer’s manual claims an album receiving this rating is “proof that there is no God”—funny, given this review is over Kanye’s first attempt… Read more »

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 »

UCM Physical Education Major Adds New Options

The physical education program at the University of Central Missouri kicked off this semester by introducing two new options: adapted sport and sports and recreation. Kenneth Bias, program coordinator of the physical education program, said both options are extensions of the physical education teacher education program. “Adapted sport is generally for students looking to go… Read more »

How Does One Handle Hardships?

Tires squealing. Black top glistening. The truck spun out of control and before I know it, the world is spinning. Blood stained hands, shaky breath, tear-filled eyes, and no way to get to school…but I was going to be okay. Screaming in the household. Hateful words that cannot be unspoken. I was running out into… Read more »