A new course registration program will be tested out for the spring semester in the hopes of lowering the amount of students who save class spots for other students. The university is looking into wait listing. Some classes that tend […]
Shirley Phelps-Roper faced a crowd of journalism students gathered in the Engineering and Technology Building and told them of a terrible fate she feels they could face. “We deserve death, we deserve hell,” said Phelps-Roper. “If you serve God, you […]
Central Michigan Life has been named a 2010 national Pacemaker winner for the first time in four years in its category. Brian Manzullo, 2009-10 editor in chief, said the Pacemaker is considered the highest national achievement in collegiate journalism. CM […]
Shirley Phelps-Roper of the Westboro Baptist Church is known for her loud and controversial protests at soldiers’ funerals across the country. When she visits Central Michigan University today, students will protest her visit, but in a much different way, said […]
Nearly two-thirds of 2008-09 Central Michigan University graduates have found a job post-graduation. Sixty-five percent of that year’s alumni reported having a job and 21 percent said they were in graduate school, according to the graduate survey, which was conducted […]
A new course in cycling will be offered for the spring 2011 semester to promote cycling safety. PED 169A: Recreational Cycling will be an eight-week physical education course designed to enhance students’ knowledge of cycling
Central Michigan University has its own Chamber of Secrets — a network of underground tunnels. The popular myth is they were built for students to use during winter when snowfall was too heavy to move above ground and, over the […]
The First Year Experience Program’s days of buying textbooks from other institutions might be over. FYE is contemplating the idea of creating its own textbooks to sell to other universities for similar programs.
Freshman dropout rates have cost state and federal taxpayers more than $9 billion over five years. The amount was spurred by college students who drop out before their sophomore year from 2003 to 2009.
Any entity wedged in litigation with CMU can now engage in contracts with the institution, despite a policy installed earlier this fall that expelled doing so. A revised policy, which was put into place Oct. 13, allows University President George […]
The university will create the Institute of Great Lakes Research and a Center for Health Systems Research to attract more grants. Plans were announced at an Oct. 19 Academic Senate meeting. On Friday, University President George Ross and Provost Gary […]
Roger Rehm loves playing the oboe when he’s not playing with his iPad. Rehm, vice president of Information Technology, said he has been doing it since age 12. He can play thousands of pieces, some of which are difficult to […]