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Song describes life at Central

For Martin Jones, CMU is more than just a university. It is a source of lyrical inspiration. The song “University Life,” which the Ohio senior calls CMU’s anthem, can be heard on his Web site. Two other songs Jones penned  […]
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Some students not getting mail

Residents of the Village at Bluegrass are encountering problems with the mail delivery system. Britton junior Jon Taylor is one resident who has had problems. “I can’t rely on the management to handle my mail — my mom has to […]
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Fire up Fest

There was one very important person missing when thousands poured into Kelly/Shorts Stadium Wednesday for Fire Up Fest. Football coach Brian Kelly could not speak to the crowd of an estimated 2,500 because of a scheduling conflict. In his absence, […]
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Students ‘Get Acquainted’ with each other

If students didn’t get acquainted with free food, music, prizes and registered student organizations at MAINStage — they should be now. Information booths by student and Greek organizations, giant inflatable devices, live performances and a chance to meet other students […]
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Cars, vacations among football game giveaways

Students will have more than one reason to attend Friday’s football against Indiana. Yes, the game is televised, and it’s the fist time a Big Ten team has ever visited Kelly/Shorts Stadium. But there are other reasons too. Local businesses […]
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Freshmen get comfortable

As the first week of classes comes to an end today, freshmen are starting to get used to their new homes and routines. Moving on-campus often can be a drastic change to any student’s lifestyle. Grand Ledge freshman Kara Sherd […]
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His House gets new home

Students ready to go to the University Church may notice a slight difference — it is no longer there. Instead, His House Christian Fellowship has taken over the building at 211 W. Broomfield Road after the University Church closed up […]
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Woldt Lab now in Kulhavi

Approximately 40 computers are up and running in Woldt Computer Lab’s new Kulhavi Hall location. The lab is supposed to have 100 working computers. Employee John Mullin said the number of working computers is the biggest difference between the temporary […]
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Parking pains return

Gladwin freshman Levi Morse was one of the many unsatisfied students who found themselves waiting in line this weekend to pick up a parking permit. The Combined Services Building was the site for many students who waited in lines of […]
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Sigma Pi gets its house license back

A lack of summer repairs made to one fraternity house is putting twelve students’ place of residence in jeopardy. The Sigma Pi house, 1016 Main St., was granted a temporary housing license on Saturday after the fraternity’s license was revoked […]
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Plans unveiled for Creamery

Organizers of the West Broadway Revitalization Project want a retailer who would appeal to both Mount Pleasant residents and Central Michigan University students. Residents got a chance to see the city’s plans for the revitalization for the Borden Creamery building, […]
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Walgreens hosting grill-out Friday

There’s a place ready to feed and clothe students for their first big tailgate — Walgreens. Walgreens, located at 1039 Mission St., is having a grill-out for CMU students and the Mount Pleasant community from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. […]


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