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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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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 The Sigma Pi house, 1016 Main St., was granted a temporary housing license on Saturday after the fraternity’s license was revoked […]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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Delta-Omega fraternity winning national award highlights year

CMU’s Delta-Omega Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has received national recognition as the youngest chapter to be awarded the John O. Mosely award for Fraternity Zeal. The award is presented each year by the Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity’s Leadership […]
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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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Class is in session

Bowling for Soup gave the people at MAINStage a lesson of their own Sunday night. Opening with “Punk Rock 101,” the band got the fans moving after a little prompting. Although fans’ eyes glazed over in the beginning, eventually they […]
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Event becomes ‘perfect place to propose’

A date to MAINStage 2005 at Rose Ponds became a lifelong commitment Sunday night for two CMU students. Grand Haven senior Jake VanWoerkom proposed to his girlfriend of two years, Flint senior Jodi Castagnier, and she accepted. Their wedding is […]
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Greeks bombard freshmen early

Clad in neon green and orange mini-shorts, members of Lambda Chi Alpha left Sunday’s MAINStage with welts and hopes of finding future brothers. “It’s a way to break the ice,” said Flint junior Ben Smith, Lambda Chi Alpha member and […]
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Moving mayhem

The smells of popcorn filled the Towers Thursday, replacing the scent of freshman fear at moving away from home. Helping students move in were hardy volunteers for the fourth annual Towers Move-In Day. About 300 volunteer students moved belongings from […]


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