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Jurkiewicz came to Central Michigan University in 1976, originally a professor in the English department. Jurkiewicz credits his arrival at CMU to the graduate dissertation he wrote on the experimental films of Norman Mailer for the University of Detroit, where he double-majored in English and journalism.
William Serrin Jr., a Central Michigan University alumnus who was inducted into the CMU Journalism Hall of Fame and the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame, died of a heart attack on Feb. 22 in his home in Boca Raton, Florida. He was 78.
Former hip hop and R&B entertainment outlet "The Lo Down" remains canceled after playing a single song featuring uncensored swearing.
Both films dealt with the theme of love, whether the meaning of love was a passion for art or a romance between two people.
The festival will be held this year between Feb. 14 and Feb. 18. A full schedule of showings and their locations is available on Film Society's webpage, which can be found on the College of Communication and Fine Arts' website.
“The universe will take care of the thank you notes, I promise.”
The Department of English and School of Music came together to unite people through word, song, music and drama. The evening consisted of a panel discussion, "Music and Shakespeare," at 6:30 p.m., and performances put on at 7:30 p.m.
After an entire semester of writing, shooting and editing, Moore Hall Television will air season one of its first student-led, scripted narrative, “Seven Deadly” on Feb. 12.
"You get to see something new and different and interesting that you don’t get the chance to see every day."
Central Michigan University's campus was filled with high school jazz bands and professionals this weekend for the 45th annual CMU Jazz Weekend to preform and learn from guest artist Andy Martin.
"Fool for Love" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1-3 and Feb. 8-10. There will also be two 2 p.m. showings on Feb. 4 and 11.
The play is directed by Steve Berglund, director of University Theatre, and will be the first show of the spring season.
Beginning in Spring 2020, the College of Communication of Fine Arts will offer a major program on animation.
After a successful season during the Fall 2017 semester, Central Michigan University's debate team hopes to continue that momentum in the spring.
Nash-Robertson, who served as director of choral activities at CMU for 35 years, died Jan. 6. She retired from her position in May 2017.
John Jacobson, director of music events at the Central Michigan University School of Music, will retire from his position at the end of the semester.
A decision against Sara Kubik was handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Nov. 30, according to a court opinion.
A Central Michigan University play written by several members of the University Theatre department has been picked up by neighboring Saginaw Valley State University to be performed within its own program.
In his fifth year of hosting a photojournalism workshop at Central Michigan University, award-winning photojournalist Danny Wilcox Fraizer didn't have a topic in his mind, he had a theme — division.
Keith Sintay remembers where he was and what he was doing the day he learned he had been hired by Disney as an animator. He was in his kitchen, on top of a chair, screaming the news at his wife the moment she came home from work.
“Do you know who you’re looking at,” Sintay recalled yelling at her. “You’re looking at the next Disney animation intern.”