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The 32-year-old doctor and former executive director of the Detroit Health Department knows he faces demographic challenges in Michigan. However, the man who wants to be America’s first Muslim governor said he can appeal to Michiganders, specifically those who voted for President Donald Trump.
Lara Raisanen, president of the League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area, wants to build relationships with students and hear their perspectives on voting rights. The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that focuses on making democracy work for all. Central Michigan Life sat down with Raisanen, who became president of the Mount Pleasant chapter of League in May, to talk about the organization’s plans and goals.
The League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area will host a voting rights forum from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Library.
Student organizations Take Back the Tap and Student Environmental Alliance combined efforts in order to organize a presentation and question-and-answer session with award-winning climate videographer Peter Sinclair. "Is Everything You Know About Climate Change Wrong?" took place in room 1010 of the Biosciences Building from 7-9:30pm on April 19.
After walking around all day to attend class, work and extracurricular meetings, the arthritis in Travis Welsh’s knee starts to act up and causes him discomfort.So, when he returns to his apartment after the day’s work, Welsh usually smokes a bowl of marijuana.
Over 100 people filled Powers Hall Ballroom on Monday, April, 17, for the Spring 2017 Griffin Forum. The forum, “Civility, Engagement, and Polarized Politics”, brought in five distinguished Michigan leaders for a panel of discussion.
Since its creation in 2000, the Organization of Women Leaders has evolved from a registered student organization aimed at training and supporting student leaders on campus to an organization focused on activism and social justice.
The “Budget Blueprint to Making America Great Again” released by President Trump is proposing to eliminate 1.5 million jobs provided by the Great Lakes Restoration initiative.
Four panelists spoke to Moore 105, a lecture hall packed with students, on Thursday night to address questions revolving around President Trump's interaction with the media and debated on if the United States is moving towards a subjective-fact-based society.
The Society of Professional Journalists is hosting a panel discussion to address how the meaning of facts, truth and the media has changed under the Trump administration.The “Truth in the Age of Trump” panel will take place from 7 p.m.
Anti-abortion activist and lawyer, Rebecca Kiessling, ended her lecture early Tuesday night in Anspach Hall and was escorted to her car by police after she said she was harassed and disrespected by a pro-choice student.Central Michigan University’s Students for Life group hosted Conceived by Rape on Feb.
Senators in the Academic Senate expressed deep concern regarding budget cuts expected from each department to manage the $10.6 million deficit inflicting Central Michigan University.Faculty banded together at the Academic Senate meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
A family member's caution and seven days saved a Central Michigan University doctoral student from remaining in his native country of Iran.Eshagh Farzaneh came to America to begin his doctorate degree at CMU on Jan.
MSA President Hesham Tanbour said he thinks Ross’s statement was “mild” and “timid” and the community needs a clearer stance.
Shelly Hinck recalled marching with an elderly couple she met from southern Michigan at the Women’s March on Washington and felt inspired in the recognition that the significance of the march resonated all kinds of people, regardless of age.Hincks, a communications professor at Central Michigan University, said involvement with the march in Washington, D.C.
Trump boasts 'America first' mindset in inaugural addressKate Carlson
A sea of red “Make America Great Again” hats filled Capitol Hill as supporters of Donald Trump, the 45
th President of the United States of America, was sworn into office at 11:30 a.m.
While watching the inauguration, this student probably had a
better Trump fact than you did.After waiting for six hours in a line at the Wexford Civic
Center in Cadillac, Michigan, Kevin Goodwin finally got to see our current
president during his campaign, Donald Trump.Kevin Goodwin is a first-year student at Central Michigan
University from Traverse City planning to major in Finance.
Protestors found plenty of reasons to be concerned with Trump in the oval office.
Students from a Central Michigan University social work class attended the Women's March on Lansing.
Central Michigan Life spoke with Clarinetist Brooke Emery, a CMU alumna who performed inauguration day events.