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Stroke of Genius: Q&A with Gary Dunbar

Stroke of Genius: Q&A with Gary Dunbar

Director of Neurosciences Gary Dunbar and other researchers within the department have been hard at work researching recovery methods for stroke victims. The research, aimed at alleviating the effects of brain damage caused by stokes, traumatic brain injuries and other […]
Top Stories / University
President Ross’ State of University address postponed until Oct. 16

President Ross’ State of University address postponed until Oct. 16

Central Michigan University President George Ross’ annual State of the University address has been rescheduled to Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. The address, originally scheduled for Wednesday, was delayed as Ross recovers from a bronchial infection, according to a CMU […]
Football / Sports

Staff Predictions: Week 5, CMU heads south to NC State

Seth Newman Staff reporter (4-0): North Carolina State is a hard team to get a read on. They previously beat Louisiana Tech by 26 points, but narrowly defeated Richmond by two points at home. Against No. 3 Clemson, they played decently […]
Football / Sports
Week 4: Football opens MAC schedule with Toledo

Week 4: Football opens MAC schedule with Toledo

Seth Newman staff reporter (3-0): It’s been a tale of two halves for CMU this season. One crazy comeback on New Hampshire and blowing a 21-point lead against UNLV last week. I think for the first time they will play […]
Cross Country / Sports
Central Michigan University runners participate in the annual Jeff Drenth Memorial Race on Friday morning, August 30, 2013 at Pleasant Hills Golf Course. (Christiana Kurtz/Staff Photographer)

Cross-country teams have strong performance at MSU

The men’s cross-country team battled its way through the second meet of the season at Friday’s Spartan Invitational. The team’s strong front pack earned the Chippewas three spots in the top-10 with sophomore Nate Ghena, red-shirted freshman Spencer Nousain, and […]
Cross Country / Sports
Cross-country looks to keep up with Michigan State at Sparty Invite

Cross-country looks to keep up with Michigan State at Sparty Invite

After solid performances at the Jeff Drenth Invitational, the cross-country teams hope to maintain momentum at the Auto-Owners Insurance Spartan Invitational. Held at Forest Akers East Golf Course, the race will kick off at noon. “There’s going to be a few […]
Football / Sports

Staff Predictions: Week 3 at UNLV

Aaron McMann senior reporter (2-0): This is a game CMU can win and should win. UNLV comes in reeling, losing both of its first two games in blowout fashion and its coach, Bobby Hauck, feeling the pressure. Quarterback Nick Sherry, who […]
News / Sports
Fourth-annual Chippy awards to aid Special Olympics, honor student-athletes

Fourth-annual Chippy awards to aid Special Olympics, honor student-athletes

Not many college students can say they’ve attended a formal award ceremony similar to ESPN’s ESPYs or even the VMAs, but the upcoming Chippys can give students that chance. Held Sunday, at 7 p.m. in Plachta Auditorium in Warriner Hall, […]
Cross Country / Sports
Central Michigan University runners participate in the annual Jeff Drenth Memorial Race on Friday morning, August 30, 2013 at Pleasant Hills Golf Course. (Christiana Kurtz/Staff Photographer)

Men and women cross-country find success at home

The men and women of the cross-country team competed in its first races of the 2013 season last weekend at the 28th annual Jeff Drenth Memorial Race. CMU sophomore Nate Ghena kicked off his season in good fashion, blazing through the […]
Football / Sports

Week One Staff Predictions: CMU at No. 17 Michigan

Aaron McMann, senior reporter: Season openers are for getting the kinks out and seeing what you have talent-wise, and because of that, CMU might hang around a little longer against the Wolverines than usual. For the Chippewas to even stay close, […]
Cross Country / Sports

Cross country ready for 2013 under new leadership

Track and field and cross country head coach Mark Guthrie’s staff is looking to move Central Michigan forward following a tumultuous season last year. Associate head coach Matt Kaczor has high hopes and lofty expectations for his team. “We want […]
Reviews / Student Life / VIBE

‘Breaking Bad’ lacks true villian, but is one of best TV shows in history

On paper, “Breaking Bad” should be a terrible television program. After all, as creator Vince Gilligan has repeatedly said, it is all about turning Mr. Chips into Scarface. In the case of “Breaking Bad,” that has meant turning cancer-ridden high […]


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