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Student Life
CMU students take part in archaeological screening this summer in an ancient Mayan city plaza. (Photo Courtesy/Lauren Griffith)

New faculty-led study abroad program offers students new opportunities

A new type of study abroad program is coming to Central Michigan University in the spring of 2013, where students will travel to and stay in Belize with faculty members for an entire semester. The first of its kind at […]
Student Groups / Student Life
Sophomore cross country and track athlete Lauren Duncan, joins fellow athletes in displaying signs of how God has touched their lives. "As athletes we have that platform," said Duncan. "And to share the love of Jesus Christ." (Andrew Kuhn/Staff Photographer)

Fields of Faith bringing together athletes, community in name of Christ

Athletes from Central Michigan University and around Michigan will gather at Kelly/Shorts Stadium Tuesday night to talk about their Christian faith through Fields of Faith. The yearly event, held at various colleges and high schools across the country, will be […]
Student Life

91.5 WMHW-FM changes name to ‘Moore Rock’

If your radio station is tuned to 91.5 WHMW-FM you may have noticed a change last week. The Central Michigan University radio station changed its name to Moore Rock 91.5 from Modern Rock 91.5 on Oct. 1, said WMHW-FM Program […]
Student Life

Film students compete in film competition starting today

Students with a passion for film making will get a chance to make a film of their own thanks to the 48/5 film competition, put on by the CMU chapter of the National Broadcasting Society. The competition starts today at […]
Nurse Supervisor, Lora Zenz prepares to give President Ross his annual flu shot Thursday morning at Foust Hall. "Do I get a sucker after this?" asked Ross. (Taylor Ballek/ Staff Photographer)

President George Ross, Provost Gary Shapiro get flu shots, spread flu season awareness

University President George Ross and Provost Gary Shapiro were among a small group to get their respective flu shots Thursday at Foust Hall. Shapiro said he gets his flu shot every fall and hasn’t gotten the flu each year he’s […]
Greeks / Student Life

Sororities, fraternities enter recruiting period

Greek Life recruitment has been the focus for many students on campus this week and last. Jordan Rosiak rushed for Beta Theta Pi, his first and only choice, last week. “My roommate is a brother, and I’ve been around the […]
Featured / Student Life
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Edwardsburg resident India Jackson laughs as she holds a photo of herself after competing in a pageant Sunday evening.  "There are a lots of pros competing in competitions," said Jackson. "You can win things from clothing to scholarships!"

CMU student to compete in Miss Michigan pageant

The opportunity to compete in the Miss Michigan pageant is a big step for sophomore India Jackson. Coming from Edwardsburg, a small town, Jackson will compete to be crowned Miss Michigan in Port Huron on Friday and Saturday, where entrants will […]
Reviews / VIBE

Title Fight maintain roots yet evolve on “Floral Green”

Kingston, PA’s Title Fight have had a pretty big last few years, first releasing the compilation “The Last Thing You Forget” (Run For Cover Records) in 2009 then following up in 2011, with their first, and critically acclaimed, full length […]
Residence Life / Student Life / Top Stories
Residence halls beginning to use Twitter over Facebook

Residence halls beginning to use Twitter over Facebook

Some students are using social media sites such as Twitter and Tumblr over Facebook to not only communicate with their friends, but residence assistants. Braden Riis, a residence assistant in Carey Hall, said he made a Facebook group for his […]
Student Life
Spanish classical and flamenco guitarist AnnaMaria Cardinalli performs during the Hispanic Heritage Month kickoff Tuesday evening in the Bovee UC Rotunda.
(Jeffrey Smith / Staff Photographer)

Spanish folk performance brings culture, music to UC for Hispanic Heritage Month

Spanish and Hispanic culture came alive Tuesday night. As part of the kickoff for Hispanic Heritage Month, Anna Maria Cardinalli performed Spanish and Latin American folk pieces at the University Center’s Rotunda, helping to educate people on different aspects of […]
Student Life / VIBE

CMU in the 1990s was physically, philosophically different than today

Central Michigan University, physically and philosophically, was vastly different in the 90s compared to today. Fewer students roamed the campus. There was no Student Activity Center nor was there a Event Center. Fewer dorms and off-campus housing existed. Cost of […]
Featured / Student Life / University
CMU graduate Kari Alsager competes in the 110 mile bike ride during the Ford Ironman Triathlon in Kentucky last August. (Courtesy Photo)

CMU graduate student completes Ford Ironman Triathlon

  The popular sports slogan, “Pain is temporary. Pride lasts forever,” fits Kari Alsager’s journey through a Ford Ironman Triathlon in August. Enduring the pain and grueling, punishing competition, which consists of extreme amounts of swimming, biking and running, was […]

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