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Daniel Rodriguez found himself in one of the worst attacks of the War in Afghanistan at only 19 years old. When he was 22, he grabbed a gun and wrote a suicide note. As he wrote the letter, he glanced out his kitchen window, noticing his lawn was a mess. Rodriguez found himself working on it for the next three hours.
About 100 students and faculty members gathered Wednesday for a "Solidarity and Love" rally near the Charles V. Park Library to offer comfort for those upset or angry after last night's election.
To recognize student veterans as well as all who serve, several events will be held on Veterans Day and in the days leading up to the national holiday on Nov. 11.
To paraphrase the 45th President of the United States, it was a huuuuuge win.
Germaine Tremmel did not hesitate to say what will happen to the Native American people if the Dakota Access Pipeline wins the battle in Standing Rock, North Dakota.
Hannah Bartol said wants to show off her culture to the students at Central Michigan University. The Hannahville Indian Community junior said part of her culture is food and dancing.
Maham Kahn, a freshman honors student from Midland, is actively educating her peers on her experiences with wearing a Hijab to create a better understanding of Muslim culture and religion.
Students will have the opportunity to hear poetry, prose and view art from the 2016 Fall edition of The Central Review from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 18 in the Baber Room of the Charles V. Park Library.
Michael Greco and Shelby Harris met in a Central Michigan University education course during their freshman year in fall 2013.
Among conversations on refugees, immigration and free trade, Timothy Hazen reminded the audience in the Bovee University Center Auditorium Thursday night that effective foreign policy doesn't happen overnight.
It doesn’t take any spell or potion to create the magic that comes with being charitable around Mount Pleasant.
Students who struggle with alcohol and drug addiction can now receive treatment at Central Michigan University.
The last day to drop an individual 16-week on-campus course is midnight on Friday, Nov. 4.
Students and faculty are invited to attend an election night party held by Speak Up, Speak Out at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Bovee University Center Terrace rooms.
For the first time, WMHW-FM composed of Mountain 91.5 and The Beat 101.1 will participate in College Radio Day.
“Scandal” actress Bellamy Young campaigned for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton Monday in the Bovee University Center auditorium.
When Kendall Day first joined the shadow cast of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” she had never watched the movie or attended the show. The Central Michigan University alumnus thought she would be performing in a show about the famous fictional boxer, Rocky Balboa.
"Orange is the New Black" actress Uzo Aduba campaigned for Hillary Clinton on Saturday in front of the Bovee University Center.
Speak Up, Speak Out will host its last forum that focuses on the presidential campaigns 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
The $9.8 million budget deficit Central Michigan University is facing was discussed Wednesday at the Budget Priorities Committee fall forum at the Charles V. Park Library auditorium.