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College Coronavirus

It's been more than one week since news broke that Central Michigan University would be canceling face-to-face instruction amid coronavirus concerns. Most students decided to stay home after spring break ended while others returned to a desolate campus. 

Here's a look at campus amid the coronavirus outbreak.

(Photos by Isaac Ritchey | Photo Editor)

Artistic, Autistic

Ann Arbor junior Matt Gemm listened to... FAVORITE SONG... through a pair of red Beats headphones.

The room is dark, but his face is illuminated by the soft light of an iPad, which he uses to draw... WHAT?...

Gemm is an artist that excels in multiple mediums -- ceramics, painting and... ADD ONE MORE...

Though it is not entirely apparent, Gemm struggles with Asperger's Syndrome, a neurodevelopment disability that affects the ability to effectively interact and communicate with people, according to Autism Society. 



However, Gemm doesn't let his Aspergers stop him. The _____ major is an outgoing person who says, "Hello," to anyone who walks by. 


(Photo and cutlines by Aurora Abraham)

What does your love look like?

Photojournalist Rachael Yadlowsky sought to answer a question she had for Central Michigan University: "What does love mean to you?" Yadlowsky took photos of six couples to answer this question and had them write their answers on a piece of paper.

Photos from the 35th Annual Pow Wow

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe celebrated Anishinaabe culture at its 35th annual Powwow July 27 at the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Campground. The event honored veterans and warriors with a Grand Entry ceremony and a veterans song. There were also competitions for dancers of all ages. U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico participated in the powwow, serving as a dignitary during the Grand Entry and addressing the audience after the ceremony.

Cody Scanlan | Photo Editor

Sara Kellner | Editor-in-Chief 

Home Away From Home

CMU professors showcase their offices including mythical figures, historic posters and more.