Articles written by: Sarah Schuch

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Alcohol might be more accessible to high schoolers, officials say

Junior Kelcey Hoyle does not really party anymore. But a lot of her peers found their way into the college party scene when she was a Mount Pleasant High School student. It mainly was high school juniors and seniors, but […]
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Graduate Student Union becomes official

The Graduate Student Union at Central Michigan University had a majority 'yes' vote today to make the union official. With a 152-21 vote, the union received 88 percent of the vote. "This is a tremendous success," said Mike Hoerger, a […]
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College town eliminates many summer jobs for high schoolers

Finding a job this summer can be tough, but local high school students might be at an even greater disadvantage. "A lot of (high school students) babysit," said Kathy Stuart, assistant principal and academic adviser at Sacred Heart Academy, 316 […]
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Fair to offer autism resources

Parents with autistic children can learn about helpful tools at a resource fair. Ten to 15 vendors will be at the fair from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Library, 301 S. University Ave. "The goals […]
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Kathy Koch to head Education and Human Services college

Kathy Koch was appointed interim dean for the College of Education and Human Services on Thursday. Julia Wallace, executive vice president and provost, spoke with the chairs of the college Monday and gave them 48 hours to offer feedback on […]
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Koch named interim dean of College of Education and Human Services

Kathy Koch was appointed interim dean for the College of Education and Human Services. Julia Wallace, executive vice president and provost, spoke with the chairs of the college Monday and gave them 48 hours to offer their feedback on the […]
Student Life

Use nasal spray, pills to combat allergy season

Sarah Johnson has been allergic to grass, pollen and dust since her sophomore year of high school. The Grand Rapids freshman said she is most allergic to grass just as it is coming up and fresh cut grass. "I get […]
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Chemotherapy reaction rare in patients

When former Education and Human Services dean Karen Adams died Tuesday of breast cancer, it took the campus by surprise. Officials said her death was caused by an allergic reaction to the chemotherapy treatment, and it was unlikely to happen. […]
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Bill proposed for autism insurance coverage

Michigan lawmakers presented a bill Wednesday that would require insurance companies to pay for autism treatments. Currently, insurance companies in Michigan do not cover autism treatments, but do cover things such as cancer and juvenile diabetes, said House Majority Floor […]
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For families with autistic children, life a learning experience

Anne Miller has been raising her autistic son for 17 years and each day is a new challenge. Scott Miller functions like he is two years old and is nonverbal, but has made great strides in battling his disorder. "In […]
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Train show in Finch attracts enthusiasts from around the state

Train show in Finch attracts enthusiasts from around the state

Larry Lewis can visit any train depot in the country and serve up interesting pieces of history about it. His wife Betty, a secretary in the philosophy and religion department, said the two will go on vacations and she is […]
Sports

Club sports fail to merit athletic trainers

Kristy Chiano and members of the women's club lacrosse team worry about not having athletic trainers at games and practices. Chiano, a Swartz Creek senior, said the athletes get injured often because of the sport's physical nature. "People get checked […]


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