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Black men die an average of seven years earlier than white men. Native Americans are five times more likely to contract diabetes than the rest of the U.S. population. Fifty-five percent of blacks live 5 years after diagnosed with cancer compared to 65 percent of whites. Black infant mortality is three times greater than that for whites.
I’m not sure where to start….
I want to congratulate the many thousands of CMU student football fans who attended the CMU vs. Alcorn State University football game last Saturday.
Note: this is an excerpt from a speech given by College Democrats President Brad O’Donnell during the Michigan Promise Rally.
As the search for the next university president continues to unfold, I would like to urge the students to participate in this important process by offering valuable student input to the Presidential Screening Committee.
I just walked a CMU student home to his apartment.
Dear CMU Students,
I was stunned when I opened Wednesday’s paper and saw, under the headline “Your Guide to Tailgating,” a color photograph of a sea of revelers carousing under the banner of American racism, a Confederate flag.
After reading the Sept. 11 article in CM Life, I was amazed at how under-reported and underdeveloped this story was.
In regards to Matthew Stephens’ “The Beatles are overrated” (from Wednesday):
In Wednesday’s issue of CM Life, an article was published about the FDA’s new plan to cut back on smokers.
I take offense to Chris Schanz’s piece last Wednesday, “I’m a working class student, but at least I’ll be prepared after graduation.”
As the donor identified transferring his donation from the proposed medical school to the Rose Arena expansion, please let me clarify.
I understand that everyone does not tailgates the same. Not everyone does everything the same.
The Amy Otteman Memorial Classic came to an end this year with our final event on Friday, July 17. After Amy passed in May 1995 due to a stroke, we put together the AOMC 45 days later. The purpose was to raise money for nurse education and to help the family deal with our grief by having something positive happen from such a terrible tragedy.