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Students gathered at Finch Fieldhouse on Sept. 11
to learn about almost 250 on-campus organizations at an engagement expo planned by the office of Student Activities and Involvement. The event was organized as a
replacement for Mainstage, which was cancelled due to inclement weather on Aug. 27.
In the middle of his band’s performance, Ben Crane slung his bass guitar behind his back, lifted hair clippers and shaved his friend’s head until hair coated the floor.
In a quiet building on the edge of campus, Dr. Neeraj Vij is
making breakthroughs in medical research.
Members of the Student Government
Association are partnering with political science professors to create a
mobile Secretary of State unit to register students on-campus to vote.
Jay Pharoah was the
main event Thursday night at Program Board's Back to School Comedy Jam.
Kelly/Shorts Stadium has always offered seating platforms for handicapped students, but they’ve often gone unnoticed. To make it clear to attendees what the platforms are for, the Athletics Department has painted markings to make it absolutely clear.
Walking through a black door with the words “The Avenue Cafe” painted in grey, a barefoot man in parachute pants plays an electric violin.
For students disappointed that Mainstage was cancelled this year, a Student Engagement Expo will be held on Sunday in Finch Fieldhouse.
Students interested in joining the Peace Corps can attend an information and application session from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Sept. 13 at Charles V. Park Library.
More than 40 vendors, a beer tent and live music will be at the third annual Taste of Mid-Michigan food sampler event this Saturday at the west pavilion of Island Park.
After a long summer dedicating two days a week to communicating the needs of Central Michigan University students to administrators, Student Government Association President Ian Elliott wants to continue that discussion.
While discussing possible comedy acts for fall 2016, Program Board could have brought a traditional stand-up comedian to Central Michigan University.
More than 60 businesses and registered student organizations combined are tabling today for the 38th Get Acquainted Day.
GreenTree Cooperative Grocery is participating in Double Up Food Bucks program, which is meant to encourage shoppers to purchase local, fresh produce.
Fidel Castro's daughter is scheduled to speak on campus Sept. 28 as a part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Central Michigan University's College of Medicine is young by med school standards.
Niykee Heaton will perform at Wayside Central on Nov. 17. Doors open at 9 p.m.
Uncle Kracker will kick off the Tailgate Village Maroon and Gold Concert Series with a free concert at 4 p.m. on Sept. 1.
When Josh Colosky got a job at the Petoskey Brewing Company, he sold his car, donated most of his belongings to charity and moved to the woods for 39 days in an effort to pay off his student debt.The 2015 Central Michigan University alumnus graduated owing nearly $60,000 after receiving a bachelor's degree in music.Colosky said his plan is to pay off his student debt in six years by experimenting with different lifestyles that will lower his cost of living as close to $0 a month as possible.
For the beginning of the semester, Lunch on the Lawn will give registered student organizations and businesses the opportunity to table in front of the Bovee University Center in the wake of Mainstage being cancelled on Saturday.