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This summer I studied abroad at the University of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. It was an incredible experience where I learned all about a foreign culture and people, as well as my very own country. As I introduced myself, making it clear I was American through my so-called "accent", I was asked a variety of questions about America. Quite often they were about our politics and public policies.
Some people get to college and think they need to know exactly what they’re going to major in. At least that’s what I thought when I got to Central Michigan University – but that’s not true.
Jim McElwain isn't here to dance, listen to the top Hip-Hop songs, pointlessly run all over Kelly/Shorts Stadium or stick to someone else's pace.
Halfway through my summer, an unexpected opportunity came my way.
On a warm September day in Fall 2016, I found myself rushing to Moore Hall on the campus of Central Michigan University.
This year, I met two women who were drugged at a fraternity house party. They did not report the incident because they were afraid of what might happen if they did.
The student body is deciding who will serve as the next president and vice president of the Central Michigan University Student Government Association.
While it’s understandable that time and money is something many college students can’t give, a conversation is free.
Central Michigan University has a fantastic music program for classically trained musicians. But I find myself asking, "Where are the great independent rock groups of Mount Pleasant? Where is the entertainment I had grown to love throughout my childhood?"
Central Michigan University students are known as the Chippewas. We proudly yell, "Fire up Chips," and constantly wear and display the Chippewa name, but how much do most CMU students know about the tribe we share a community with?
When it comes to sleep, I'm not exactly someone who gets a lot of it. But a lot of the time, it's my own fault.
Many college students pay for tuition, class supplies, housing and other necessities by ourselves with the help of financial aid, scholarships or some help from family. Because of this, students tend to think that traveling and going on trips, isn’t possible while in school.
I wake up in the morning and hazily make coffee, begrudgingly put on jeans and a t-shirt that I pull out of the dryer, and sleepily make my way out the door. I go to classes for my final — most challenging semester. Between calculus, German, and neuroanatomy, I have not much time unaccounted for. I see my boyfriend in the transition between his classes, and I proceed to make my way to work. After a few hours of rigorous lab preparation, I find myself driving home, probably bopping in my car to some lame country song that was popular before I was old enough to remember its release. What makes me so special?
Larry Austin Jr. got snubbed by the Mid-American Conference head coaches.
Lately, there has been a lot of talk about “toxic masculinity” in the news and on social media. Ads from Gillette and an article from the American Psychological Association have both sparked significant debate on social media.
Good reasoning demands good reasons. Two features help to make reasons good: Truth and relations.
Central Michigan Life strives to be the voice of all students on campus. It's also the voice of CMU students who choose to use us to share their voices.
I couldn't have said it any better than my former Editor-in-Chief Jordyn Hermani.
On March 2, 2018, I spent more than five hours hiding in a dark classroom.
During November 2018 this campus was absolutely rocked by two incidents where there were inappropriate messages written on white boards. The white board that had “fuck u black monkey whores” written on it was attached to the door with a marker magnetized to it. The other white board that had “piece of shit transie RA” written on it was directly outside of the resident assistant’s door with a marker provided as well.