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University of Central Missouri Responds to Controversy Surrounding Maryville Rape Case

Yesterday (Oct. 15) the University of Central Missouri's News Bureau sent out a statement to students and faculty regarding the recently published article in the Kansas City Star about the Daisy Coleman court case. The article describes the Coleman family's woes after their then 14-year-old daughter was allegedly raped by the accused, Matthew Barnett, who is currently a student at UCM.

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Project Community Connect Will Serve the Impoverished in Johnson County

Project Community Connect (PCC) will be offering health services and resources to struggling families and individuals in Warrensburg, Mo on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the University of Central Missouri's (UCM) Recreation Center. These services include free medical care, dental work, employment affairs and even haircuts.

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International Justice Mission at the UCM Raises Awareness About Human Trafficking

International Justice Mission's (IJM) student chapter at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) raised awareness about human trafficking with their "Choose Freedom" event outside the student Union, which occurred yesterday and today (Sept. 25-26). The IJM chapter had students paint their hands red and press their fingerprints against a big, black "X," which stands for the "End It Movement, "a global effort to stop human slavery.

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Emmy-Award Winning Producer Visits the University of Central Missouri

Emmy-Award winning journalist and University of Central Missouri (UCM) alumnus David McDonald spoke to UCM students about his trials and achievements in film, radio and news broadcasting on Thursday (Sept. 12).

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University of Central Missouri Kicks Off Football Season with “Get the Red Out” Event [PHOTOS]

The University of Central Missouri (UCM) hosted their annual event "Get the Red Out" yesterday (Sept. 5) from 4-6 p.m. on Holden St. in Warrensburg in celebration of UCM's first football game of the year. Dozens of student-led associations, fraternities, sororities and local businesses came out to not only raise awareness about their organizations but to support the UCM Mules as they faced the Missouri Western Griffons.

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Church of the Bottle in Warrensburg Invites Believers and Skeptics Out for a Drink

A jaded atheist and a conservative Christian walk into a bar….

This might sound like the beginning of a bad joke, but this really happens. Church of the Bottle welcomes atheists, agnostics, pantheists and everyone in between to join them on Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. for a beverage. They meet at “The Bay," a bar on Pine Street in Warrensburg, Mo. to discuss various topics that range from religion to politics.

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Fire Causes Heavy Smoke in University of Central Missouri Dining Hall

By Micah J. Chrisman (WARRENSBURG, Mo.) — The Warrensburg Fire Department (WFD) responded to a fire call at the University of Central Missouri on Sunday (Sept. 1) between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the South Todd dining hall. No injuries were incurred, but students were evacuated due to large amounts of smoke. The fire is suspected to have been caused by a minor electrical shortage.

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Watch Streaming Video of President Barack Obama’s Speech at UCM Today

President Barack Obama will be speaking at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center on the University of Central Missouri Missouri campus today (July 24).  Streaming video will be available online.

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Learn How to Get Tickets to President Obama’s Speech at UCM

In what will be a history-making event for the University of Central Missouri, the White House staff today announced that President Barack Obama will visit the university to speak about the economy on Wednesday, July 24.

President Obama’s speech will take place at the large court area on the lower south part of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, 500 S. Maguire St., Warrensburg. The university is working with the White House team to accommodate as many people as possible. Tickets are free but are required to attend the event.

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Gov. Nixon to Join President Obama in Warrensburg

Gov. Jay Nixon will join President Barack Obama at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg on Wednesday July 24. UCM was the foundation for the Governor’s Innovation Campus initiative, which offers students accelerated degree programs and apprenticeships in high-demand fields, reducing the time it takes to earn a degree and cutting student debt.

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