Archive for January, 2013

Basketball / Sports / Top Stories

CMU 91, Kent State 44: Women’s basketball cruises to win, 7-0 mark in MAC

Going into the Central Michigan women’s basketball team’s game Thursday night against Kent State, most expected the Chippewas to dominate a team that had won just two games all season. By the end of the game, the story had followed […]
Multimedia / Video
Royal Oak graduate student Missy Davis discusses with her peers the challenges students in her program face in order to complete the practicum Wednesday afternoon in the EHS building. (Charlotte Bodak/Staff Photographer)
Sports / Track & Field

Willie Randolph wants women’s track to make ‘proper adjustments’ at Notre Dame invite

The women’s track and field team is preparing to take on a much higher level of competition this weekend at Notre Dame’s Meyo Invitational. It is expected that more than 80 universities from around the nation will be in attendance […]
Sports / Track & Field
Junior Alex Rose competes in the discus May 15, 2012 at the Lyle Bennett Outdoor Track and Field Complex.  Rose won the event with a throw of 180-10. (File Photo by Paulina Lee)

Men’s track to split team between Notre Dame, Findlay this weekend

The men’s track and field team will spilt up this weekend when most of the team travels to Notre Dame’s Meyo Invitational and throwers head to the Findlay Open. The Meyo Invite will feature a plethora of big name schools, […]
Football / Sports

Four members of football team named to academic all-MAC team

Four members of the Central Michigan football team have been named to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference team. Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff, senior wide receiver Cody Wilson, junior punter Richie Hogan and junior tight end A.J. Westendorp were all named to […]
Student Life
Boyne City sophomore Ruben Shell plays along with members of the Central Ave. jazz band Wednesday afternoon during Tunes at Noon in the Bovee University Center. (Jeffrey Smith/Staff Photographer)

‘Tunes at Noon’ performs in Bovee UC, featuring jazz band Central Avenue

Students enjoyed a jazz performance by Central Avenue during their down time Wednesday afternoon in the Bovee University Center. Central Avenue is a jazz group made up of six students who come together to create soothing and uplifting music. They […]
Politics

Gov. Snyder asks high court to revise right-to-work law

Gov. Rick Snyder asked the Michigan Supreme Court Monday to review the state’s new right-to-work laws to determine if they pass constitutional judgment. The new laws, adopted Dec. 11, make it illegal to require financial support of a union as […]
Student Life
“Dump the Neanderthal:” Book helps women find their right mates

“Dump the Neanderthal:” Book helps women find their right mates

Have you ever fallen in love with a neanderthal? Over a span of 10 years, Central Michigan University assistant professor of counseling and special education John Farrar interviewed and surveyed 300 women about why women often make poor relationship choices […]
Basketball / Sports / Top Stories

Men’s basketball drops third-straight in 91-73 loss at Buffalo

The matchup between the men’s basketball team and Buffalo was determined by which team exposed the other’s greatest flaw. Central Michigan struggles on defense, allowing the third-most points per game in the Mid-American Conference, and the Bulls turn the ball […]
Mount Pleasant / Police/Courts
Richmond senior Jami Kidman pays taxi driver Troy Thurlow for a ride back home, outside Wayside Central, 2000 S Mission St., Saturday night. (Chuck Miller/Staff Photographer)

Safe Rides sees increase since abduction, taxi services remain the same

The Safe Rides service has been used twice as much since the abduction of a Central Michigan University student outside of the Student Activity Center two weeks ago. On Jan. 16, a Grand Rapids senior was abducted in her own […]
Student Life / Top Stories
KRT STAND ALONE PHOTO Courtesy photo by John Davisson/ABCAC Press 
The Great Porn Debate welcomed approximately 2,800 to witness porn superstar Ron Jeremy and award-winning author Susan Cole duke out the pros and cons of pornography, January 26, 2005 in Gainesville, Florida.

Ron Jeremy in critical condition; ‘Great Porn Debate’ likely delayed

Porn star Ron Jeremy suffered a heart aneurysm on Tuesday afternoon, leaving him in critical condition and likely delaying his scheduled visit to Central Michigan University. TMZ reported Wednesday afternoon that Jeremy is in Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. He drove […]
University

Ten CMU students to volunteer at Super Bowl in New Orleans

Some Central Michigan University Meeting Professionals International members will be the only students working from inside the Superdome Sunday for the Super Bowl. Ten MPI students are in New Orleans, La. today, Thursday and Friday volunteering at the NFL Experience, which […]


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