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Infusion Dance Team varies routines from hip-hop to lyrical

Infusion Dance Team had their toes tapping and their hips swaying to hip-hop beats and jazz rhythms. The registered student organization specializes in whatever type of dance most members want to practice. Right now the group is more jazz and […]
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CMU students take painting talents on the road for Beaverton Primary School mural

Beaverton Primary School students were skeptical when they were first told to paint on the wall. The students were given brushes and the chance to make handprints as part of a project with registered student organization National Art Educators Association […]
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ROTC supports the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, doesn’t foresee problems

With the recent repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" (DADT), Central Michigan University's Reserved Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is currently awaiting orders on what will happen next. DADT is a government policy that previously banned open homosexuality in the military.
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National Broadcasting Society helps students prepare for future, gain experience

There's no business like show business, but with National Broadcast Society, students can get a head start. NBS is a registered student organization that focuses on helping students develop the skills they need to succeed in broadcasting or communication fields, […]
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University, Campus Band open for instrumentally-inspired students

The University Band is calling all bass, woodwind and percussion players — students have until Feb. 1 to sign up for the spring semester auditions. For about 15 years the University Band has been a non-competitive performance band serving as […]
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Clarkston junior Kaity Jerolamon shares a laugh with fellow member of Toms Shoes @ CMU Saturday night during the Rock Your TOMS Off Benefit Concert at Rubbles Bar, 112 W. Michigan.  "Our goal tonight is to really bring awareness about the company and to let students know more about our organization on campus."  The proceeds from the benefit concert will go towards purchasing Tiny TOMS for the local children's hospital in the spring. (Photo by Victoria Zegler/Staff Photographer)

Rubbles Bar hosts local band benefit concert for TOMS Shoes

The audience got its music, the bands got their audiences and the poor got shoes — everybody won. Central Michigan University's TOMS Shoes registered student organization held a benefit concert from 7 p.m. to after midnight on Saturday at Rubbles […]
Student Groups

Anarchy: How a group ‘without adjectives’ wants to change the world

Nineteenth-century thinker Benjamin Tucker once said “if the individual has a right to govern himself, all external government is tyranny.” This quote is inspirational for Anarchists without Adjectives, a new registered student organization, said President Michelle Campbell.
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Program Board has 14 events scheduled for spring 2011, will showcase diverse events

CMU's Program Board is working on putting the finishing touches on its 2011 spring schedule, but is waiting for conformation for nine events. It has 14 events scheduled throughout the semester, but has not finished scheduling events closer to the […]
Student Groups

Student Life unveils “Facebook-like” Reggie replacement for Registered Student Organizations

Registered Student Organizations have a new system to adjust to with the new year. The previous Reggie system has been replaced with OrgSync, a “Facebook-like” RSO system, said Assistant Director of Student Life Tom Idema. Reggie was built in 2002 […]
Student Groups

Student Veterans of America registered student organization eases transition from battle to books

The transitions from battlefield to campus and soldier to student can be difficult, but a new registered student organization on campus wants to help. Central Michigan University is home to a new chapter of Student Veterans of America, a nationwide […]
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Indian Students Association’s Diwali night brings celebration of lights to Ward Theatre

Vinay Nunna celebrated togetherness, culture, tradition and tasty food Saturday night. He wasn’t the only one. Hundreds of people gathered at the Ward Theatre, 218 S. Main St. to partake in the holiday celebration.
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Brighton junior Jay Gary plays "America's Army" in the Terence F. Moore Cadet Leader Lab Saturday in Finch Fieldhouse.  Gary took part in 36 hours of gaming beginning Friday night at 6 p.m. and ending Sunday at 6 a.m at the Big Shot Gaming 2010 Lan Party.  " My friends went to the Sparty LAN Party, and since they were coming to this I felt obligated to come," said Gary.  (Photo by (Andrew Kuhn/Staff Photographer))

Players participate in 36-hour-long gaming marathon at Big Shot Gaming LAN Party

The Finch Fieldhouse gymnasium was filled with several rows of glowing computers and tired gamers this weekend. Islands of desks supported the 139 gamers that attended the Big Shot Gaming Local Area Network Party, which began Friday at 6 p.m. […]

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