Editorial

Editorial

Vote no

Let's be honest about the Broomfield/Crawford development. It will be on the ballot Tuesday, which could end a situation that has been hanging over Mount Pleasant since at least 1998. United Investments is hoping to get the green light to […]
Editorial

Be safe

Just because the Central/Western game is on a Tuesday, it doesn't mean it will be any less crazy. Many CMU students will make the trip down to Kalamazoo on Tuesday. And when they get there, they are going to want […]
Editorial

Investigation flaws

The investigation into the Pam Gates-Dennis Lennox II incident wasn't much of an investigation at all. The rather pathetic inquiry absolved Gates, interim dean of the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences, of all wrongdoing. This looked into […]
Editorial

Safe Driving

Almost 17,000 people were killed in traffic crashes involving alcohol in 2004 in the U.S. That's more than half the students at CMU. Michigan has begun media campaigns to crack down on drunken driving and has stepped up enforcement of […]
Editorial

Lowering standards

Last we checked, the Honors Program was supposed to keep academic standards high. The students in the program are, after all, the best and brightest this university has to offer. So why lower academic standards? Honors students soon will be […]
Editorial

Rivalry

Central Michigan University and Western Michigan University have a long-standing rivalry against one another. And what better way to fuel that fire than with something besides bragging rights - A trophy. Derek Fabean, the Mount Pleasant sophomore who created the […]
Editorial

SNAPSHOTS FROM COLLEGE

Editorial

Cheating ourselves

One of the worst ways to handle academic dishonesty at CMU is to keep it quiet. Studies suggest cheating is a rampant problem at schools and universities across the country, and some CMU officials believe the problem is just as […]
Editorial

New Program

Maureen Eke pointed out an oversight in CMU's diversity logic. The English professor suggested the university add an Africana major and minor to the curriculum - an area of study other state universities already offer. In a field of competition […]
Editorial

Gaping hole

There is potentially a gaping hole in the federal Food Assistance Program - and students might be climbing through. The program, which provides money to beneficiaries to use to buy food, gauges need with several factors, including the income and […]
Editorial

Get it together

Legislators in Lansing are dangerously close to another budget deadline. They keep putting off the tough issues. The Academic Senate at CMU, for some reason, is emulating them. A-Senate was charged with the major task of deciding the future of […]
Editorial

Keeping an eye out

As the Athletics Department moved on, one would think it would keep a close eye on what its athletes - particularly high-profile ones - are doing. But that doesn't seem to be the case. The Athletics Department was unaware of […]


Advertise with Us! | Contact Us | About Us | Join CM-Life's Staff