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In previous semesters, the Central Michigan University Counseling Center has had a waiting list of sometimes more than 100 students at a time. However, after adding workshops, de-stressing sessions and two more counselors, the waiting list was non-existent.
Fall 2018 enrollment at Central Michigan University was 21,705, dropping 7 percent from Fall 2017.
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A new and unofficial organization aspires to unite individuals from all backgrounds of dancing to connect with their minds, bodies and each other.
Central Michigan University’s annual Martin Luther King week celebration kicks off on Monday with a CommUnity Peace Brunch and then a Peace March and Vigil.
The word "magician" typically evokes images of top hats, rabbits, mystical boxes and wands.
The Central Michigan University Student Government Association reconvened for the Spring semester Jan. 14 with Senate elections and a briefing from Richard Rothaus, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Program Board has invited electronic music duo 3OH!3, with special guest Bryce Vine, to take the stage for its 2019 Spring concert.
Program Board, the student-operated organization devoted to offering educational and entertaining programs on campus, is searching for a new marketing director.
On Jan. 14, 1998, Central Michigan Life published a photo of Central Michigan University students waiting in line at the University Center Bookstore on the day before class, Jan. 13. The line of customers shows about 15 different students waiting to be checked out.
A Presidential Title IX Advisory Board, which will aim to continue the fight against sexual assault, has been appointed by Central Michigan University President Robert Davies.
Thanks to the experiences alternative breaks gave Kelly Yagiela over four years at Central Michigan University, she has devoted her future to social work.
College students are constantly warned about the dangers of binge-drinking and the importance of getting home safely after a night of drinking.
I've never been a big fan of pizza.
Two students aspire to battle Midwestern industrial agriculture with their new sustainability-focused business, Revolve Farms.
La Señorita's, a restaurant that stood in Mount Pleasant for 33 years, unexpectedly closed its doors leaving around 40 workers without a job.
In 2016, a group of 10 fashion merchandising and design students from Central Michigan University set on a mission to merge edgy and editorial. Two years later, RAW Magazine has doubled its staff and raised production to two issues per school year; a milestone for the student-organized magazine.
The Central Michigan University Police Department collected over 900 items to donate to the CMU Student Food Pantry from over 100 people, according to a Facebook post made by the department on Monday.
After her roommate's death, Rockwood junior Amy Miller faced an ultimatum: find a roommate by Dec. 31 or vacate her apartment.
When Barnes Hall is torn down next summer, residences in north campus won’t just be losing a building. They will be losing a history of close-knit community.
Four days after sophomore and Robinson Residence Hall Assistant Jace Parker received a transphobic note on his whiteboard Nov. 20, he received a threatening note in an installation he created for his residents.