Author: Kylee May

Kylee May is a freshman at MU, from the small town of Hondo, TX, who has a passion for everything she immerses herself in. May’s family moved to Sullivan, MO this summer to join her grandparents, native Missourians. May is a science and agricultural journalism major with an animal sciences minor focusing on equine. May’s dream job is to write for Western Horseman Magazine or American Quarter Horse Association.

The Big Thompson flood, up close and personal

(Knock, knock, knock) “Is anyone home? It’s Loveland fire station. Please open up!” This is what my grandparents awoke to on Sept. 12, 2013, when they were forced to evacuate their home quickly because of the Big Thompson River flooding…

CP Profile: Stumpe succeeds by staying true to herself

With high energy and a great style, Trina Stumpe’s pleasant demeanor rubs off on others around her. Home for 21-year-old Stumpe is Spring Bluff, Mo., where she and her three siblings were born and raised. As the youngest in her…

At the movies with Corner Post: ‘Prisoners’ is captivating

Rarely has a film made me sit on the edge of my seat so much as the new release, “Prisoners.” Directed by Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve, “Prisoners” stars Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal in a story that speculates: how far…

On-campus jobs offer more benefits than just a paycheck

College students who have on-campus employment are at an advantage with rising tuition costs. According to the National Center for Education, about 80 percent of undergraduates worked part time while enrolled in college. CAFNR employment opportunities include working at South…

CP Editorial: Leave the nest and let your wings fly

The beginning of summer marks a time of celebration for high school seniors. While crossing the stage to receive diplomas the thought of college is foremost on minds. As fall approaches, the transition to college life becomes a reality. This…