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Roadside animal removal could be made easier by Booher’s Bill

Roadside animal removal could be made easier by Booher’s Bill

A new Michigan law could make keeping roadkill easier for drivers. Booher’s Bill passed in the state’s Senate unanimously on March 26, and is awaiting approval from the House of Representatives and Gov. Rick Snyder. The bill will allow drivers who collide with animals […]
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Crime Log: April 14-19

The following incidents were reported between 2 a.m. on April 14, and 6 p.m. on April 19 by the Mount Pleasant Police Department. April 14 2:03 a.m. – A 26-year-old Shepherd man was lodged for possession of marijuana at 1601 […]
Columns / News

Guest Column: Do your part this Earth Week

This coming Earth Week is going to be the best one yet as it will be accompanied by a series of events such as a “trash art” competition, “eco-talks”, a garden party, documentary screenings, trivia night, and much more! From […]
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COLUMN: Guilty of silence

COLUMN: Guilty of silence

At one point, the name Delta Chi meant freedom, character, justice and education. Today it carries a bit more baggage at Central Michigan University. Throughout this week, Central Michigan Life will publish stories regarding both the fraternity and the Greek community. Although […]
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The ‘underground fraternity’: How life has changed for members of suspended Delta Chi chapter

The ‘underground fraternity’: How life has changed for members of suspended Delta Chi chapter

Walking across campus, Jeff LaHaye noticed when the woman walking beside him suddenly picked up speed, darting down the street. Though the potential reasons for her hurried pace were endless, he couldn’t help but feel uneasy, looking down at the […]
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COLUMN: Spring football game is start of crucial season

COLUMN: Spring football game is start of crucial season

Spring is beginning to show her warming face in Mount Pleasant and every other college town around the nation. And for us college football obsessives, the season has already begun. Most Division I football programs hold an April annual spring […]
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Senior catcher Cory DeLamielleure races to beat the ball to first base during a doubleheader against Oakland. The Chippewas won ()..(Greg Cornwell | Staff Photographer)

Softball hosts streaking No. 2 Wolverines

Michigan is second in the nation and has not lost a game since March 7. The Wolverines are on a 19-game winning streak, and they are likely the best team Central Michigan softball will face this season. Today’s game is […]
Columns / News / VIBE
COLUMN: Why did I relay?

COLUMN: Why did I relay?

On the outside, Relay for Life looks like a spirited, high-energy fundraising event promoted on campus to gain as many participants as possible. The night is filled with games, food, movies, contests and sometimes costumes. A fun time, but not […]
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Football’s young offense showing promise, competing for starting spots this spring

Football’s young offense showing promise, competing for starting spots this spring

  Added offensive depth has increased competition at quarterback, running back and wide receiver heading into the final week before Saturday’s annual spring football game. “Our offense is moving along well and our offensive line is picking things up,” said […]
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Senior pitcher Morgan Yuncker pitches to an Oakland batter Wednesday afternoon at Margo Jonker Stadium. Yuncker pitched two innings in the 6-5 Chippewa victory.

Second-place softball faces Kent State, Buffalo with mixed results

Central Michigan softball lost to Kent State 6-5 Sunday afternoon, dropping its record to 26-12, and 5-3 in the Mid-American Conference. The Chippewas start the week in second place in the MAC West Division. Freshman pitcher Rachael Knapp started on […]
Metro / News / Union Township
Road Commission digs into summer funds

Road Commission digs into summer funds

A record-breaking winter left the Isabella County Road Commission exceeding its budget for road maintenance. At Wednesday’s Union Township Board of Trustees meeting, Supervisor Russ Alwood said the commission spent $550,000 above the budget. Salt used for the slippery roads […]
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Students, faculty voice opinions on federal government decision to recognize same-sex marriages in Michigan

Students, faculty voice opinions on federal government decision to recognize same-sex marriages in Michigan

Despite the ban on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Troy junior Emily Herbon believes the debate over changing the law comes down to religion. “The issue of people not wanting same-sex couples to be married is kind of not an issue […]


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