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Twenty years ago, Central Michigan University reviewed and reorganized the academic structure of our university. It resulted in one new academic college. This year, another reorganization effort was announced. It was met with some push back, to say the least.
At the start of October — dubbed Breast Cancer Awareness Month — we publish our pink edition, a staple of Central Michigan Life's coverage. We do this not because we have to, but because we want to.
For days it has been impossible to escape the controversy – some National Football League players are choosing to kneel during the playing of the national anthem before games. At a Sept. 22 rally in Alabama, President Donald Trump criticized the players' silent protests by saying, “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say ‘Get that son of a b**** off the field right now.’”
In our Sept. 21 edition, we introduced you to the successes and challenges international students face when adjusting to life in America. Something we noticed while speaking to them was the uneasiness many of them have experienced. Many of the students told us their families were uncomfortable with their decision to attend school in America because of the national discussion on immigration.
Greek Life culture on American college campuses is almost as pervasive as school pride.
At his State of the University address Sept. 13, President George Ross presented a look into the future of Central Michigan University.
More than two years ago, students raised a valid concern about our campus: Park Library would be a lot more useful to students who need a quiet place to study if it was open 24-hours.
How much do you really know about Central Michigan University?
Houston is devastated. Hurricane Harvey rained 19 trillion gallons of water over southeast Texas, 42 inches in four days. When it stopped, 100,000 Houstonians were left without power, 35,000 people had fled the city, and 63 people were dead. To date, the total property and economic damage in Houston is estimated to be $50 billion.
Last year 674 students participated in the Study Abroad program. Beyond their academic pursuits, they gained valuable cultural and personal experiences in countries like Morocco, Swaziland and Brazil. It's likely even more students will participate in the program this year.
night is always a good time in Mount Pleasant, but this week it's going to be
special. Central Michigan football's season opener is Aug. 31 at home against
TO THE EDITOR
I sat on the edge of my bed, one hand grabbing my chest to hold my broken heart together, the other catching hot tears as they fell from my face. It was the Sunday before CM Life left for a convention in Texas and I had just found that out my grandma had passed. Two nights before, I had made it back home from my baby cousin’s funeral. I held his tiny body for the first time at my uncle’s funeral two months prior to that in January.
For the more than 3,100 Chippewas who will become Central Michigan University Alumni on May 6, we want you to know one thing: This is just the beginning.
The long, rattling ride in the Moore Hall elevator did nothing to calm my nerves.
It is deplorable to deny the Holocaust, but for some reason we still find it acceptable to deny the plight of the Armenians.
On Friday, Central Michigan University administrators hosted a Budget Forum to explain the university’s projected two-year $20 million budget deficit.
TO THE EDITOR:
TO THE EDITOR:
For the past two decades, states and cities across America have legalized the use of marijuana for not only medical use, but recreational purposes. Despite those changes on the local and state level, the federal government continues to categorize marijuana as a Schedule I drug.