Archive for January 10th, 2013

Basketball / Sports / Top Stories

Women’s basketball snaps Toledo’s 11-game winning streak with 73-66 win

Editor’s note: This story was updated for clarification. Sophomore guard Crystal Bradford had 27 points and nine rebounds to lead the women’s basketball team to a 73-66 victory against Toledo Thursday night at Savage Arena. It was the Mid-American Conference […]
Multimedia / Sports
Senior guard Kyle Randall drives the ball to the basket against Bowling Green guard Luke Kraus in the first half of Wednesday's game against Bowling Green at McGuirk Arena. The Chippewas won 73-67.  Randall finished the game with 31 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists.  (Taylor Ballek/ Staff Photographer)

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Multimedia / Sports
Champ and the Newman: MLB hall of fame, bowl recaps, NFL playoffs

Champ and the Newman: MLB hall of fame, bowl recaps, NFL playoffs

Champ and the Newman: bowl recaps, NFL playoffs, MLB hall of fame by CM-Life
Soccer
New Central Michigan women's soccer coach Peter McGahey gets welcomed in by CMU athletics Thursday afternoon during a press conference at the Events Center.  McGahey left Minnesota State University to take the same position at CMU.  McGahey was named the 2012 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference coach of the year while at Minnesota State and hopes to bring the same success to the women's soccer program at CMU. (Chuck Miller/Staff Photographer)

McGahey will push to maintain academic and athletic excellence as women’s soccer head coach

Peter McGahey said he is ready to pack up boxes and make new friends as he prepares to call Mount Pleasant his new home. McGahey was introduced as the new head coach for the women’s soccer team at a news […]
Student Life
Bay City freshman Matt Grimmer stands next to his art work in the Primary Visions Art Exhibit on the third floor of the Park Library. Select student's artwork from foundation art classes were chosen for the exhibit which runs through January 31st. "My professor chose the piece," explained Grimmer, "I was really excited." (Kaitlin Thoresen/Staff Photographer)

Park Library displays beginning artists’ work at the Primary Visions art exhibit

The first and third floors of the Charles V. Park Library now feature art from introductory-level art courses at the university. Until Jan. 31, the Primary Visions art exhibit will display a collection of mixed-media art various Central Michigan University students […]
Union Township

Union Township Board of Trustees makes changes to cater to public needs

An increased concern for meeting the public’s needs led to the reorganization of staff and a consolidation of goals among the Charter of Union Township Board of Trustees members Wednesday. Township Manager Brian Smith recommended a new full-time position to […]
Football / Sports

Football to play five home games

The Mid-American Conference has announced the football schedule for the 2013 season. Central Michigan will play six teams that qualified for a bowl game in 2012. After having seven home games in 2012, it will have just five next season. […]
Police/Courts / Top Stories / University

CMU police offering $250 reward for details on malicious destruction of 26 vehicles in Lot 70

Twenty-six vehicles parked in Lot 70 near Theunissen Baseball Stadium on West Campus Dr. were found to be damaged Monday morning. Central Michigan University Police Department Lt. Larry Klaus said, between 10 p.m. Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday, one or […]
Isabella County / Police/Courts / Top Stories

John Douglas White’s preliminary examination waived

The preliminary examination for John Douglas White, 55, was waived Tuesday following charges for the murder of Rebekah Jane Gay in November. Isabella County Prosecutor Risa Scully said White will have an examination Jan. 24 at 9 a.m. The preliminary […]
Greeks / News / Student Life
Pi Sigma Epsilon’s graduates continue to have 100-percent job placement record

Pi Sigma Epsilon’s graduates continue to have 100-percent job placement record

Pi Sigma Epsilon, despite being a smaller fraternity with only 37 active members, boasts of a statistic no other fraternity on campus can claim: 100-percent internship or career placement within three months of graduation. The average placement is an entry-level […]
Basketball / Sports
Senior guard Kyle Randall goes to the basket for a layup in the first half of Wednesday's game against Bowling Green at McGuirk Arena. The Chippewas won 73-67.  Randall finished the game with 31 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists. (Taylor Ballek/ Staff Photographer)

Randall to the rescue: Senior guard help men’s basketball weather Bowling Green comeback effort

  Men’s basketball was in danger of losing its Mid-American Conference opener Wednesday night after blowing a 23-point lead in the second half. But, senior guard Kyle Randall’s record-breaking night helped save the Chippewas win by scoring a McGuirk Arena-record […]
Mount Pleasant
Saugatuk sophomore Caroline Williams fills her car's gas tank Jan. 7 at the Shell Gas Station, 718 South Mission St.  "Gas prices are just ridiculous and keep going up," Williams said. (File Photo by: Taylor Ballek/ Staff Photographer)

Economics professor, AAA differ on future of gas prices

Saugatuk sophomore Caroline Williams fills her car’s gas tank Jan. 7 at the Shell Gas Station, 718 South Mission St. “Gas prices are just ridiculous and keep going up,” Williams said. (File Photo by: Taylor Ballek/ Staff Photographer) Fueling vehicles […]


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