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Sharmari Benton’s strength, Avery Cunningham’s speed impress at NFL Pro Day

NFL scouts wowed in amazement after linebacker Shamari Benton bench-pressed 225 lbs. The 230-pounder put nearly his own weight up 34 times. Colts running back Trent Richardson put it up 25 times in his combine days when he was with […]
Administration / News / University

CMU administration, Faculty Association anticipate positive contract negotiations

Administrators and the Faculty Association believe this round of contract negotiations will be a far more positive experience than the last. In 2011, the FA held multiple protests at the beginning of the fall semester when the two sides could not […]
Metro / News
Facebook expands gender classifications, LGBTQ community shows appreciation

Facebook expands gender classifications, LGBTQ community shows appreciation

Social media users of all walks of life will now be welcome on Facebook. The online networking site made several gender pronouns available to users on Feb. 13, allowing members a vast array of terms to describe themselves. U.S. users […]
Academics / News / On Campus / Student Life / University

Political science open house to inform interested students

Officials from Central Michigan University’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration will offer an open house on Tuesday to help students explore learning opportunities and careers in political sciences. The open house will be hosted by faculty, students and […]
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Current, former CM Life photographers win MPPA awards

Current, former CM Life photographers win MPPA awards

Central Michigan Life photographer Daytona Niles and other CM Life alumni came away winners at the 2014 Michigan Press Photographers Association seminar in Lansing this weekend. Neil Blake, Jake May, Sean Proctor, Jeffrey Smith and Zachary Wittman are former CM Life photographers who won MPPA […]
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Feb. 20: Life On Campus

Feb. 20: Life On Campus

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Casino to host ‘Comic Book Killer’ murder mystery dinner theater event

The Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort is hosting a murder mystery dinner theater event at 8 p.m. Friday. The event is called “The Comic Book Killer.” According to the casino’s website, the show involves a comic-book-style bad guy known as […]
Basketball / News / Sports

Bloodied, bruised, but not beaten

Chris Fowler and Braylon Rayson of the men’s basketball team walked into the press conference room looking like they had just gone to war. In fact, that’s actually what Rayson said they did. Fowler had a gash under his eye […]
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Men’s basketball tops Ball State in triple overtime

Men’s basketball tops Ball State in triple overtime

It took three overtimes, but Central Michigan men’s basketball grabbed its second Mid-American Conference victory of the season with a 101-95 win against Ball State, Wednesday night at McGuirk Arena. Freshman guard Braylon Rayson scored a career-high 30 points, including […]
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Oscars: 2014

Oscars: 2014

As the world’s most famous awards show, the Academy Awards, waits just around the corner, the question on everyone’s lips has been “who will win Best Picture?” With memorable films such as “American Hustle,” “Dallas Buyers Club” and “12 Years […]
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Smiles keep Liberty Tax Service wavers warm

Wayne Goodwill said the happy faces he sees on the road help him survive the frozen temperatures at work. As a Liberty Tax Service waver, Goodwill is tasked with getting the attention of motorists at the intersection of East Broomfield […]
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Teaching and Learning Collective hosting conference on liberal arts education

Andrew Delbanco is forthright in his views on the shortcomings of the American college system. Students, faculty and staff had an opportunity to hear from Delbanco in September during a “Speak Up, Speak Out” forum on the future of college. […]


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