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This November, you have the opportunity to choose who will become the new political leaders of Michigan. Until the next election, it will be the people elected into office in November who decide all of the most important decisions that will have an impact on everyone in Michigan.
On Sept. 10, Tracy spoke to members of the Chippewa football and men's basketball teams. Tracy’s speeches are often open to the media, however the Athletics Department told Central Michigan Life the speech was "private."
We applaud the university for the significant improvements made to our Counseling Center. Much thought was put into these improvements.
Mount Pleasant is a great place to be a college student. It’s a safe, ideal place for young people to attend school as they are learning how to live on their own.
The Chippewas face the Kansas Jayhawks in the first home game at 3 p.m. Sept. 8 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
Dear President Davies,
Welcome to Central Michigan University! Congratulations on being chosen to serve as the 15th president of our university.
We did it, Chippewas. We survived another academic year at Central Michigan University.
Is it everything you thought it would be? Or has your experience changed over the years, morphing into something your freshman self wouldn't be able to recognize?
On April 22, nearly 200 people took to the streets to march in the annual SlutWalk.
Because the university wanted to keep Football Coach John Bonamego here, we found the money to increase his wages.
Will administrators find the money to help provide the counseling services students are demanding?
In past years, Millennials and Generation Z have been accused of being "keyboard warriors" or "slacktivists" — people who call for change from the safety of their own homes, but won't get up off the couch to do something about it.
Now, we're doing something about it.
Tuition funds roughly 75 percent of Central Michigan University's operations. We are already paying. Why should we be charged again to receive information about how our university is running?
On March 2, we experienced a tragedy together. For reasons we may never fully understand, police say James Eric Davis Jr., a 19-year-old Illinois sophomore, shot and killed his mother and father in his room in Campbell Hall.
To those of you leaving for the 15 different Alternative Breaks locations across America we say: thank you. In a world that's pretty dark right now, you're showing us charity and good faith — a reason to keep working for a better tomorrow.
Don't be afraid to give all of us a window into the entire process, even if your search firm advises you against it. We deserve full insight into your selection process.
This year, both funds raised and the amount of people jumping in Special Olympics Michigan's annual Polar Plunge were down. By a lot: almost $20,000 and about 150 fewer participants, respectively.
SOMI needs our help, but they need it through funding.
Central Michigan women's basketball has a chance to make history. Be a part of it. Be there and show them you care.
Having a happy Valentine’s Day doesn’t start and end with being in a relationship. It begins by doing what makes you happy.
When the sun sometimes doesn't shine for days and the cold winter winds can make you want to stay in your bed all day, we are at our most susceptible for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or seasonal depression. It affects roughly 5 percent of the population.
That number only goes up the further north you go, according to a report by USA Today about seasonal depression on college campuses.
Larry Nassar would still be in his position of authority if not for the work of investigative journalists.