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Spider-Man 3: From the Producer's Chair
As Spider-Man 3 hit the big screen in May, millions of fans worldwide crammed into theaters and helped the film weave its way into motion picture history with the most successful opening weekend of all time, $151 million.  While box office numbers skyrocketed, UCM alumnus Grant Curtis began to enjoy the fruit of many months of hard work that brought the famed comic book hero to life.
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Someday You'll Make a Million Dollars
Long before Erich Muller was known to a legion of fans as Mancow, he whetted his appetite for radio by juggling college coursework and part-time restaurant jobs in Warrensburg and Kansas City with the midnight to 5 a.m. shift at KOKO 1450 AM.
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College High Memorial to be Dedicated at 2007 Homecoming
A permanent memorial to a treasured part of Central Missouri's history will be dedicated during 2007 Homecoming festivities Saturday, Oct. 20. The College High Memorial will become a reality following two years of planning by a committee of alumni from the university's former laboratory high school.
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Outstanding Recent Alumna Tuned in to Helping U.S. Veterans
Audiologist Courtney Engelmann Cooper is turning her attention to United States veterans, particularly making sure those who suffered hearing injuries in Iraq can return to the job force.  She returned to campus this spring to receive the UCM Alumni Association's Outstanding Recent Alumni Award.
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Daily Life is Woolsey's Writing Ground
Years before he became an award-winning columnist, president and group publisher for Paxton Media Group/Georgia Division, Leonard Woolsey was bitten by the writing bug.

"I sold my first piece of writing, a love poem, to a classmate in the fifth grade for 50 cents," he recalled. "He gave it to his girlfriend."
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