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I want to take this opportunity to congratulate Provost Shapiro on his well-deserved promotion. In his article on Friday, University Editor Eric Dresden quoted President Ross, who said that having a high proportion of interims “puts academic leadership under ‘tremendous strain,’” a statement that could easily be generalized to include all temporary employees — after all, isn’t “interim” pretty much the six-figure version of “temporary”? I am happy for Provost Shapiro, as perhaps his success means there is a chance for us too.
Another academic year is coming to a close. For those of you who are graduating, we offer our congratulations and best wishes.
Survivors of violence are not the only ones affected by assaults.
I just wanted to make mention of yet another CMU football tailgate that has failed to impress.
Guest column by COM 353: Small Group Communication
Call me old-fashioned, but I think pride and honor should be reserved for things that require you actually having done something, some conscious action.
Jason Gillman, Jr.’s column “Exploiting Ignorance,” in the April 7 issue opposes gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero’s call for a state-owned bank.
There are times in life when you wish someone would have advised you before the damage was done.
My decision not to attend the Student Government Association debate last night was due to the fact that the event would be moderated by the SGA Elections Committee.
“Alfie Kohn’s been on Oprah!” Based upon the audience reaction, this announcement made during the speaker’s introduction seemed to translate into instant credibility.
Last week’s advice column recommended that a community female and her boyfriend cohabitate.
On Monday, Colleen McNeely of the Student Government Association decided to overstep her bounds as a student representative and released confidential information from SGA offices in order to sway the outcome of this election.
Central Michigan Life should hold a higher standard in the area of importance it is supposed to know a thing or two about — factual information.
On behalf of the more than 630 members of the Central Michigan University Faculty Association, I want to welcome President George Ross back to campus.
I am writing in regard to the recent salaries awarded to the University President and the new Dean of the Medical College.
This can be considered a correction to James Falls’ column from Monday, “Racism still alive today.”
I must say I have been haunted by the letter by Colleen McNeely last week, where she voices concern that her 100-level course experience has been less than challenging.
As chair of the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees, I must challenge the factual errors and tone of the Feb. 19 CM Life editorial calling for the resignation of Trustee Gail Torreano.
Some classes at Central Michigan University are fit for the village idiot.
On Friday, Central Michigan Life published a letter to the editor allegedly from “Campus Conservatives Board of Trustees.”