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Blood drives still enjoy success

Blood drives in Mount Pleasant continue their success even though the majority of students are home for the summer. The shortage of blood across the United States is always a problem, especially during summer when not as many people donate. […]
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Special Olympians prepare for summer games

More than 3,200 athletes and 1,500 coaches and volunteers will take over CMU’s campus Thursday-Saturday for the Special Olympics Michigan 2005 State Summer Games. Opening ceremonies will be held at Kelly/Shorts stadium at 7 p.m. Thursday. It kicks off three […]
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SAC weight room gets facelift

With new equipment comes new responsibility. If students are to enjoy the newly renovated downstairs weight training center at the Student Activity Center, they must re-rack their weights. The weight room reopened after it closed for about three weeks to […]
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Student budgets time to help cousin

Commuting four hours to school and caring for a four-year-old daughter every day can take its toll on a student. But Lowell senior Skye Fisher wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, she is adding to the already packed […]
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Casino opens outdoor venue

Music fans and concert enthusiasts have a new temporary venue to see live entertainment in Mount Pleasant. Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort opened its new outdoor concert complex Thursday with Lynyrd Skynyrd and Cheap Trick kicking off the 2005 Summer […]
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Fly Soup

Take a look into college life in Mt. Pleasant from the mind of cartoonist Evan T. Shaner. Click the image for an enlarged photo.
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Traveling Art

Fourth-grade students from Vowles Elementary School in Mount Pleasant listen closely during a presentation Friday on Artrain USA, the nation’s only traveling art museum on a train.
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Status of aging sculpture unknown

Since the late 1970s, its home has been the campus of CMU. But now that the new Woldt Towers are being constructed and damage was found at its base, the future of a 22-feet tall sculpture by former art professor […]
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CMU alumnus becomes host of television show

CMU alumnus Bill Click spent his time at CMU doing what a lot of students do — party. He has long outgrown those days, and his personality landed him a job as a host of “Restoration Realities” on the new […]
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Record breaking number register, walk successful

Mount Pleasant residents were treated to a day of free food, prizes and pleasant weather Saturday. A record breaking 121 people were registered for the seventh annual Community Walk for the disabled. It broke the previous high set last year […]
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Program makes reading fun for children

It is only May but preparations are being made for “Make a Difference Day” at Finch Fieldhouse Oct. 22. “Make a Difference Day,” a day for reading, is an off-campus event that invites area children to Finch Fieldhouse to read […]
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Fresh New Faces

While some students traveled long distances, incoming Mount Pleasant freshman Stacey Jaksa simply traveled across town to get to freshman orientation Tuesday. Jaksa was one of approximately 300 guests to attend the first of twelve freshman orientation sessions scheduled for […]


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