On June 7, a march in support of Black Lives Matter was held on the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Reservation.
This time on Past Deadline, Features Editor Courtney Pedersen and News Editor Katie Hixson discuss their experiences covering protests in support of Black Lives Matter in Mount Pleasant and Grand Rapids respectively. They also interview Lansing State Journal Education Reporter Mark Johnson concerning his experience covering the protest in Lansing. Keep listening to CM Life podcasts: www.cm-life.com/multimedia/ Stay in touch with us: twitter.com/cmlife www.facebook.com/cmlife
On the season finale of Soundcheck, Andrew, Michael and Ben discuss the most overrated and underrated bands of each decade from the '60s to now. Good times never seemed so good! Setlist: Lucille // Little Richard Sweet Caroline // Neil Diamond Care Of Cell 44 // The Zombies Cold Gin // Kiss Marquee Moon // Television Don’t Stop Believin’ // Journey Add It Up // Violent Femmes Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) // The Offspring Range Life // Pavement One Step Closer // Linkin Park The Rover // Interpol Howlin’ For You // The Black Keys Pool Boyz // Diet Cig Creepin’ // Moon Duo Sunshine In Chicago // Sun Kil Moon Overrated // Helmet
Jordan Healey was recently named the newest Assistant Drum Major (ADM) in the Chippewa Marching Band (CMB) for its 98th season at Central Michigan University. Healey is only the fifth woman in the CMB's history to become a Drum Major - and it is the first time in the marching band where both Drum Majors are women.
On this remotely-recorded episode of Maroon & Bold, host Austin talks with Central Michigan Life staff reporters Christian Booher and Andy Loveland about their thoughts on the NFL Draft and where some CMU players may find themselves. Austin also catches up with Benjamin Raven, CMU alumnus and Detroit Lions beat reporter for MLive, to get his take on the Lions’ draft. Keep listening to CM Life podcasts: www.cm-life.com/multimedia/ Stay in touch with us: twitter.com/cmlife www.facebook.com/cmlife
Vice President of Health Affairs and Dean of the College of Medicine, George Kikano, tells the students and faculty of CMU that the school is aware of the virus, and assures the university is taking precautions. However, Kikano raises more concern and emphasis for the influenza virus, as well as its vaccine.
Meredith Wiles helped organize an event on Feb. 27 that helped students learn how to tie a necktie with CMU's president, Dr. Rob Davies.
Staff members of Central Michigan Life are in San Francisco, California right now for the College Media Business and Advertising Managers conference. There, CM Life, for the seventh year in a row, has earned the title of College Media Company of the Year.
The E-Sports athletes of CMU have returned from the weekend-long Smash competition, Frostbite in Detroit, Mich. Follow Dan along as he gives us a recap of what all went down.
Follow Dan along as he takes us through CMU's journey of the 3-day long Super Smash Bros. competition at the Crowne Plaza in Detroit, Mich.
This week we asked you your thoughts on CMU moving the rivalry game against Western to Ford Field in Detroit for the 2020 football season.
A stabbing just took place at Wayside Central with multiple victims, according to a Central Alert. The suspect, still at-large is a Native American male wearing a tan shirt and red baseball cap, the alert said.
In this episode of Level Up Chips, Dan talks with the main coach of the E-Sports team, Katherine Ranzenberger, and give us an update on how each of CMU's team's are performing.