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Program Board announced Wednesday it is seeking applications from members to travel with the executive board to the National Association for Campus Activities Mid-America Regional Conference. The conference takes place Oct. 27-30 in Covington, Kentucky.
To fundraise and raise awareness for athletes with special needs, Special Olympics Michigan has organized a 5K Homecoming road race on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The intramural baseball field was scattered with students hunting for gold Tuesday night.
The fall 2016 semester saw a complete change in course material for incoming freshmen biology students. The biology department restructured the major and curriculum, adding five new foundational classes mandatory for all majors.
On Tuesday, 18 teams competed in the Maroon Mania-Instagram
Competition by snapping creative photos explore campus and snap creative photos.
Homecoming Weekend visitors will experience a police presence similar to Western Weekend.
There is no clown antagonizing Central Michigan University.
November 1 marks one year since Macomb freshman Ryan Tsatsos was killed in a hit and run while walking along Crawford Road.
A cohort of 18 students joined the new Master of Public Health program this fall.
In order to meet the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act, restrooms in Warriner Hall will be renovated with new fixtures, flooring and tile to become handicap accessible.
Students in need of legal consultation won’t need to look any further than the basement of the Bovee University Center.
Moriah Miltgen has seen the consequences of cancer.
About 400 women jumped off a stage at Finch Fieldhouse and ran into the arms of their new sorority sisters Friday during Bid Day — the last day of Panhellenic recruitment.
It’s been two years since Keisha Brown died after battling breast cancer for almost a decade. Her husband, Damon, smiles when he talks about her. Her presence is still with him, he said, guiding Damon and their daughter through each day.
Alina Fernandez grew up in Cuba during the reign of her father, Fidel Castro.
Angela Distelrath has always been interested in leadership. The reason she came to Central Michigan University was because of its leadership institute.
Fashion Merchandising and Design professors and students will
have seven research projects and four fashion products displayed in November at
an international conference.
Katie Squires, an assistant professor in Central Michigan University's Speech-Language Pathology program, became one of 75 specialists in the nation and the only specialist working in Michigan to receive certification in child language.
Two stops will be added to the I-Ride bus route on election day to make voting more accessible for Central Michigan University students who are registered to vote in Mount Pleasant.
The Student Government Association has a new house and senate leader.