Holding the faculty adviser position in a student organization seemed interesting to Lon Ferguson. But his attitude changed after being offered a position with the Apple Student User Group, a new Registered Student Organization at CMU. The group was the […]
Students who are dealing with stress while studying for finals can turn to man’s best friend for a little relief. Book Buddies, a group of therapy dogs and their handlers, will be visiting halls around campus in upcoming days. The […]
Seniors must decide whether they will allow upcoming exams to stress them out or if they want to blow off the end-of-the-year rituals. Some say they have no statistical chance of failing a class, so they decide to take it […]
The command to start a Tuesday night meeting of the CMU Kendo club is simple. “Everybody grab a sword,” said Gaylord sophomore Carl Harlan. A dozen CMU students, some dressed in traditional loose-fitting “hakama” pants and black “gi,” and others […]
HORSESHOES — Frankenmuth senior Christian Little and Almont junior Nicholas Redinger relax after classes by playing a game of horseshoes together. The warmer weather and snow-free yard allowed the two to enjoy their free time outside.
Mount Pleasant residents will have an opportunity to get rid of large items and find others through a program organized by the Department of Public Works. The “Trade Your Treasures Program” will take place this weekend, said Julie Courtney, office […]
RELAXING — Warren freshman Jason Smith passes Tuesday afternoon playing his guitar in the library courtyard. Smith figured this would be a great place to play and a way to relax from the week before finals.
It was 35 degrees outside around 8 a.m. Saturday morning. But the brisk weather didn’t keep Sacred Heart Middle School student Ethan Howard from participating in the 4th annual Run-A-Trail Race sponsored by Central Michigan Community Hospital’s Wellness Central Fitness […]
This is the third year that Merrill Hall Council members have had to cancel their Block Party event. Established in 1998, Merrill Hall Block Party is designed to give students a chance to celebrate the end of the semester. It […]
Jung Hoon Kang arrived at CMU this semester from Seoul, South Korea. The senior took English courses at the school he attended back home prior to coming to college. Although his classes are oriented to further develop his English language […]
CMU’s Speech and Debate team finished third in the nation at this year’s Lincoln-Douglas Debate at the National Forensics Association’s national championship. Rockford senior Sarah Fults took second place. McBain senior Kourtney McCauliff and Pigeon senior Deborah Sting were octafinalists. […]