Articles written by: Nora Naughton

Featured / News / On Campus

Hypnotist comes back to CMU, coaxes humorous acts from students

Performing CPR on an apple or spontaneously rapping in front of hundreds doesn’t appear on most students’ agendas, but Tom DeLuca has a convincing way about him. DeLuca, a professional hypnotist, said he has come to Central Michigan University for […]
Student Groups
Britton junior Rebecca Unsicker, President and founder of Campus Scouts, meets with members of the new RSO to discuss up and coming projects for the spring semester, officer positions and fundraising Wednesday night during a general meeting for Campus Scouts in the Bovee University Center's Down Under Food Court.  "Our main goal is to promote Girl Scouts along with helping other troops in the area," Unsicker said.  Campus Scouts is coordinating 'Princess For A Day,' a self-asteem workshop for younger troops which will be held next semester on CMU's campus. (Victoria Zegler/Staff Photographer)

Campus Scouts keep Girl Scouts tradition alive by coordinating with local troops

The members of Campus Scouts want to prove to Central Michigan University that you are never too old to be a Girl Scout. Britton junior Rebecca Unsicker, president of Campus Scouts, said it is a volunteer group that promotes Girl […]

Graphic design student balances the art, science of advertising

Advertising is so ubiquitous in modern life it almost seems to come out of the cracks — but Katie Rae sees the art in each and every piece. Graphic design is a major component in advertising, and that’s exactly how […]
On Campus

‘Scrubs’ a cappella group The Blanks performing at Plachta Auditorium tonight

“Scrubs” fans and those who can appreciate some comedy in their a cappella have a lot to look forward to tonight. The Blanks were often featured on the popular television comedy “Scrubs,” and one of their singers, Sam Lloyd, played […]
Academics / VIBE

Popular culture classes teach students connections between modern life, literature, art

Stodgy courses on Renaissance classics aren’t the only subjects on tap for the English Department. Associate English professor Jeffrey Weinstock teaches ENG 324: “Popular Culture in America,” detailing topics such as the World Wide Web, the Internet and graphic novels.
Student Groups

Operation Beautiful leaves postive, anonymous messages throughout campus

In a bathroom stall, there is a note that says, “You’re beautiful.” That note was not put there by the average bathroom vandal, but by Taylor Boyle and her Operation Beautiful team.
Featured / Student Government

Seeking Spirituality: RSO meets weekly for alternative religion discussions

Those involved with the Open Grove Society believe college is a place where people grow in thought and are open to new ideas. The registered student organization meets once a week to talk about different types of alternative religions.
Metro / Student Groups

Fashion students take over the Wayside for apparel design competition

Every girl wants a chance to strut her stuff on the runway. The Fashion Association of Merchandising and Design hosted a fashion show fundraiser Wednesday at Wayside Central, 2000 S. Mission St.

FYE eases transition for students, encourages campus involvement

Changing high school to college can be intimidating. That’s why Central Michigan University offers the class First Year Experience.
On Campus

Annual medallion hunt begins with clues to be distributed throughout the week

The Homecoming medallion is missing again — and it’s up to students to recover it and claim their place of glory. Several students are ready to scour campus to find the coveted medallion.
Student Life

Fresh Faces: He’s Got the Beat

Though he may be a true believer in the power of rhythm, Chris Cirefice is musically illiterate. The White Lake freshman taught himself to play guitar and piano — and he did it all without ever learning how to read […]
Student Government

Student Government Association House of Representatives takes Salsa dance lessons

The Student Government Association is composed of representatives of all kinds of Chips — and last night they were submerged in Salsa. The SGA House of Representatives took Salsa lessons Monday night in Finch Fieldhouse. House Leader Taylor Hammerl spearheaded […]

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