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Small groups of Central Michigan University students, staff and faculty gathered on the lower floor of the University Center to openly discuss the Sweeney Hall incident, which occurred the night of Nov. 7.
A group of concerned community members and students presented a proposal to implement citizen oversight of local police to the Mount Pleasant City Commission, who will formally receive it on Nov. 12.
Less than 24 hours after racist comments were written on the whiteboard outside Detroit sophomore Yasmeen Duncan's dorm room, the Central Michigan University chapter of the NAACP organized a protest in support of the individuals affected.
When Detroit sophomore Yasmeen Duncan returned to her dorm in Sweeney Hall Nov. 7, the words "Fuck u monkey black whores" had been written on the whiteboard outside her room.
With approximately 15 songs, 33 cast members, a 500-member audience and one ogre, the Central Michigan University Michigan University Theatre Department held the sold-out opening night of "Shrek the Musical" Nov. 7 in Bush Theatre.
Some of mid-Michigan’s most popular DJs will compete to perform in next year’s Prime Music Festival in Lansing, MI.
"Wreck Your Stress" will allow students to take out their mid-semester stress on smashable food items.
Art is vital to a community because it adds culture and value, said Oswego, Illinois sophomore Kelli Nielsen. Art keeps traditions alive and helps pass down styles from generation to generation, she said.
"Pie A Professional" gives students the opportunity to pie a variety of Central Michigan University professionals and donate to charity.
A panel of Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates (SAPA) spoke to a group of interested students about the trials and triumphs of being an advocate against sexual aggression at the Meet the SAPAs event on Nov. 5 in the Bovee University Center Lakeshore Room.
November is national veterans and military families month and various events this weekend are organized to recognize military veterans.
L.A.-based international comedian Feraz Ozel will serve as a substitute for comedian Nick Guerra at 7 p.m. Nov. 6 in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
To conclude Women’s Empowerment Week, the Organization of Women Leaders (OWLs) will hold an open mic night from 7-9 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Ponder Coffee Company on Franklin St.
As part of Women’s Empowerment Week, the Organization of Women Leaders (OWLs) is holding a Body Positivity Fashion Show from 7 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 14 in Anspach Hall 161.
Shrek, Donkey, Fiona, Puss in Boots and other characters will take the stage in "Shrek the Musical."
Enjoy fresh air, exercise and relish tasty treats while supporting the Central Michigan University Physicians Assistants during their "5K Fall Run for Doughnuts and Cider" fundraiser.
Sindi Leak has tried attending college before. Now with a full-time job, a husband and six kids, Leak is working to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Community Development with an emphasis in Health Services.
Calling all independent music artists – the organization Lyrically Gifted Downtown (LGD), is actively seeking talent to add to their search engine of underground artists.
The cold and rainy weather didn’t keep Barktoberfest: Pups at the Patch event from being filled with people and their dogs.
Underground rap and hip-hop artists are making their way to Mount Pleasant with the help of Lyrically Gifted Downtown (LGD), an independent music promotion company spearheaded by a Central Michigan University student.