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Sports / Volleyball

Volleyball opens season 3-1 at Green Bay invite

Despite a heartbreak defeat to start the Green-Bay Country Inn & Suites Invitational, the Central Michigan volleyball team bounced back to finish the weekend 3-1. A 2-3 loss to Auburn was overcome as CMU went on to top UW-Green Bay […]
Sports / Volleyball

Volleyball prepares for opening weekend in Green Bay

The Central Michigan volleyball team faces off in their season opener this weekend starting Friday in Green Bay, Wis. The team will begin play against Auburn, by Green Bay and Drake in the Green Bay/Country Inn & Suites Tournament This […]
Sports / Volleyball

Volleyball will play tougher schedule, more home games this season

The Chippewas ended their season last year with a stellar finale, finishing with a 19-14 overall record and taking home the Mid-American Conference title. Head coach Erik Olson has managed to put together another strong lineup this year for the […]
Sports / Track & Field
Josh Kettlewell

Josh Kettlewell vaulting up to the nation’s top-10

A lot of hard work will get you to the top, the very top, top 10 in the nation kind of top. At least it has for Central Michigan pole vaulter Josh Kettlewell. The men’s track and field senior is […]

Discovery Museum to open with six interactive exhibits

The Mount Pleasant Discovery Museum is still working toward its goal of giving local children a hands-on education in inspiring directions. “We are at our halfway point of $3.6 million raised to start the creation of the Discovery Museum,” said […]

CMU, students use several methods to protect Internet security

CMU is doing its best to avoid virtual vulnerability after hackers brought several high profile institutions to their knees in recent months. CMU's Office of Information Technology uses various methods to keep potential data swipers out of the network. “We […]

Google+ shakes up online social networking landscape

Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and LinkedIn are getting some new competition. Google+ is Google's latest approach to social networking. "We’d like to bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software," Google's blog reads. "We want to make Google better […]
Metro / News

Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort hosts annual fireworks display

Fourth of July weekend was a time for the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, 6800 Soaring Eagle Blvd., to give back to the community and show its love of the country by offering a free fireworks show. “The casino’s fireworks […]
Metro / Softball

Amateur Softball Association hosted annual state tournament over weekend

Tan lines, friends and the dirt between their toes — it was a typical day at the ballpark. The Michigan Amateur Softball Association held its annual state tournament in Mount Pleasant at CMU's intramural fields this past weekend where it […]
Featured / University
Caitlyn Theis,15, of Saint Johns, Brianna Archer, 15, of Okemos, and Emily Allen, 14, of Texas, work on sketches Tuesday in Wightman 122 during Fashion Camp. The camp is a week long and teaches high school aged kids the basics of fashion design. The students will be making garments for a fashion show on Friday. (Erica Kearns/Photo Editor)

Fashion camp inspires dreams, preparation for career in industry

Just like Donatella Versace, Marc Jacobs, Christian Dior and Calvin Klein — all fashionistas have to start somewhere. Some future designers journeys began Sunday and will continue throughout the week at CMU’s 2011 fashion camp.

Marching Chippewa alumni perform at Norman C. Dietz memorial concert

The Staples Family Hall came alive through the weekend with the music and memories of the CMU marching band's alumni members. The concert hall welcomed 82 alumni on Sunday for "Dietz Factor," a concert and reception in honor of Norman […]
Featured / University
Area 16 athlete, Jonathan Angeletti lifts 175 pounds Saturday in MAC 2 located inside of the Student Activity Center during the men's weightlifting competition at the Special Olympics 2011 Summer Games. (Erica Kearns/Photo Editor)

Special Olympics summer games reunite old friends, athletes look forward to next year

Goodbyes are often bittersweet, and the closing ceremonies of the Special Olympics Michigan 2011 State Summer Games were no exception for many participants. SOMI finished its competitions Saturday at CMU, but otherwise sad farewells were bookended with closing events including […]

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