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If there is one thing all feminists can agree upon is that men and women ought to receive equal pay for equal work. Really, the only people that can be seen to advocate against this simple concept is fedora-wearing, Cheetos-stained men’s rights activist; or, maybe, your Republican uncle, who thinks women getting paid is placing the pay gap over other life-affecting issues for women.
It has been a complete turnaround for Central Michigan University’s volleyball team. Remember that 0-6 start? Remember everyone questioning the Chippewas’ abilities? Neither do I.
“Do you even
lift, bro?” has become a common joke in our society, but it also reveals a
A survivor once told me, “My rapist
doesn’t even know he’s a rapist.” Those words haunt me. In my work as a sexual
health educator and activist, this issue comes up quite often. Working on a
college campus means that any discussion about consent is also a discussion
about alcohol. The intersection of the two raises many questions about the
definition of rape.
Everybody loves to hate a news source. At its worst, news is biased, inaccurate and misleading. I often find myself flipping through articles of various papers wondering how such rubbish can hit print.
As the editor-in-chief of Central Michigan Life, one of my primary responsibilities is to engage in an open dialogue with our readership. It is also my job to try and explain why something controversial was published in our newspaper.
Those of you who are new to campus are in for a real treat Thursday night: Central Michigan University football.
The awe and tribute of rockets glaring red in the skies over the Fourth of July holiday are a time-honored tradition and the foundation of the American mythos.
On June 30, five men decided the fate of health care for millions of women around the country.
As Mount Pleasant concludes its city manager search next week after three days of public meetings, interviews and a public meet and greet, the residents of the city will have almost no chance to get to know the candidates.
It's taken me a long time to formulate a true opinion on the matter of the gender wage gap on Central Michigan University's campus.
The only thing I hate more than people wasting my time and money is pennies and nickels.
This time of year, students are forced to show their true college colors.
Central Michigan Life's April 14 article that identified the Central Michigan University student arrested earlier that week for allegedly sexually assaulting a young woman on campus on three separate occasions caused some interesting reactions on social media.
Best Buddies, an organization on Central Michigan University’s campus, fosters friendships with individuals from the community of Mount Pleasant with intellectual disabilities – and it's an amazing opportunity.
It's a vicious cycle juniors and seniors have been dealing with for years.
This coming Earth Week is going to be the best one yet as it will be accompanied by a series of events such as a “trash art” competition, “eco-talks”, a garden party, documentary screenings, trivia night, and much more! From educational events, to artful activities, it is exciting that there will be a venue for everyone to plug-in to. But I’d like to push the envelope even further. This is a call to action for all students. This Earth Week, don’t just celebrate it, defend it!
I got my first ticket two months ago.
For any organization to thrive, it must have the right kind of leadership at the helm.
After last week, Central Michigan University has more than 30,000 new reasons to be proud of our Greek community.