Children dressed in halloween costumes stay out of the rain by visiting CMU residence halls for trick-or-treating on Oct. 31, 2015.
Asian Cultural Organization and Cosplay Club hosted their annual event 'Cosplay Cafe,' on Thursday Oct. 22, 2015. The event offeredCMU students the chance to enjoy food served by organization members dressed in cosplay costumes.
The Writing Circle celebrated National Day on Writing with chalking, a nine hour writing marathon and thought banner in the Writing Center on Oct. 20, 2015.
Central Michigan University students and Mount Pleasant residents filled the yard of 814 N. Lansing St. for the annual Haunted Yard event on Oct. 16 and 17. Donations from the event benefitted Central Michigan student organizations and local charities.
Abbie Robinson | Staff Photographer
Central Michigan’s football team wasted no time dismantling Buffalo 51-14 on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 in Kelly/Shorts Stadium, scoring its most points since 2010.
Thursday evening was the opening of "Gender," a show held at the university Art Gallery, featuring work by multiple artists examining gender identity. The event will be open to the public through Nov. 14, 2015.
Baylen Brown | Staff Photographer
Despite a 20-point fourth quarter, Central Michigan fell to Western Michigan 41-39 Saturday in the highest-scoring game in the rivalry's history, dating back to 1905.
Dogs and Mount Pleasant community members participate in the Pre- Veterinarian club 5K throughout campus on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015.
Photos by Binge Yan and Mary Lewandowski
The Chippewas begin Mid-American Conference play with a victory against the Northern Illinois Huskies 29-19 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium on Oct. 3, 2015.
Photos by Kaiti Chritz, Greg Cornwell and Abbie Robinson.
Central Michigan University welcomes students, alumni, friends, and family back for 2015 Homecoming.
Students, alumni and nearby residents gathered to watch Third Eye Blind and Hoodie Allen perform for the 2015 Homecoming Concert in McGuirk Arena on Friday, October 2, 2015.
No. 2 Michigan State pulled away in the fourth quarter Saturday, Sept. 26 to take down the Chippewas 30-10 in front of 75,218 people at Spartan Stadium.
The Bonsai Club hosted their annual bonsai show in the CMU Fabiano Botanical Garden Pavillion. Community members and students stopped by to observe young plants and highly refined bonsai. Bonsai club members were around to answer any questions. In addition, people could watch live demonstrations and view a variety of trees.
Community members gathered at Deerfield Nature Park for the 8th annual Art from our Parks event. Arts and craft tables were set up for the children. Local artists had the opportunity to share their talents to the community.
Women gathered at Kelly/Shorts Stadium to complete the sorority recruitment process. New members jumped off the stage and ran to their new sisters. Gamma Chi's, who were the guides to help new members, jumped off the stage as well to be reunited and rejoin their chapters. Afterwords, sororities went to their houses for pictures and sisterhood bonding.
Every day, there are thousands of individuals experiencing life at Central Michigan University. Thoughout the year, we will update this gallery with photos of students and their daily lives.
Central Michigan Life Photo Editor Kaiti Chritz had the opportunity to work for the National Park Service in Alaska as an Ocean Alaska Science and Learning Center media intern this summer. The biology and photojournalism student’s main assignment was to fly to Katmai National Park to make short documentary films about the research scientists who were studying coastal brown bears.
“When you’re lying on the Alaskan tundra nose to nose with a wild (tranquilized) brown bear, your view on the typical work day starts to change,” Chritz said. “Having the opportunity to take photos and videos in the home of worlds largest protected population of brown bears feels surreal to this day, and I’m sure it always will. Other assignments took me into Kenai Fjords National Park, where I experienced breaching humpback whales, black bears and calving glaciers. I’ve been able to see so many incredible things through the lens of my camera this summer, but the most exciting part of this adventure is being able to share the stories of this land, the creatures who call it home, and the people who dedicate their life to learning about and protecting it. It was truly a dream come true.”
The Chippewas earned their first win of the season against Monmouth 31-10 on Saturday, Sept. 12. It was Head Coach John Bonamego's first victory at Central Michigan University.
Photos by Monica Bradburn, Kaiti Chritz and Abbie Robinson.
Photos by Greg Cornwell and Samantha Madar
In the back-and-forth season opener, the Central Michigan University football team fell to Oklahoma State 24-13 Thursday night. Head Coach John Bonamego and the team will look for its first win at 3 p.m. Sept. 12 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium against Monmouth.
Abbie Robinson | Staff Photographer
Central Michigan University students and faculty, Mount Pleasant residents, and pets all made an appearance at the University's annual Mainstage event on Aug. 29 by the Student Activity Center.