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One of the worst ways to handle academic dishonesty at CMU is to keep it quiet.
Maureen Eke pointed out an oversight in CMU's diversity logic.
Legislators in Lansing are dangerously close to another budget deadline. They keep putting off the tough issues.
There is potentially a gaping hole in the federal Food Assistance Program - and students might be climbing through.
As the Athletics Department moved on, one would think it would keep a close eye on what its athletes - particularly high-profile ones - are doing.
There are 1,000 people in Africa who will be safer because of CMU students.
Maybe Jerome L. Reide had a point.
CMU's Speaker Series has had its share of tough breaks.
College rallies behind dean
The Central Michigan University community has seen many ups and downs during this academic year.
The Academic Senate's decision last week to allow elementary education students the option to graduate in four years isn't a good idea.
University President Michael Rao is doing the right thing by studying a recent proposal by the Board of Trustees to bring a medical school to Central Michigan University.
Every year, the university is gracious enough to give students the Thursday and Friday before exam week off of school.
CMU's Board of Trustees made a great decision Thursday when it approved more than $8 million to renovate the Bovee University Center and Ronan Hall.
"It's time for us to climb the mountain. It's time for us to get back up there."
CMU's spring football game will kick off at 6 p.m. this Saturday at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
It would be nice to tell graduating CMU students they should stay in Michigan.
CMU's Student Government Association Senate was irresponsible and childish when it adopted a resolution Monday that deems CMU's Young Americans for Freedom chapter a hate group.
University President Michael Rao was right to refer to the person(s) responsible for recent anti-gay chalkings in the Pearce and Anspach courtyards as cowards.