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Hip-hop artist Tim Crosby, originally from Muskegon, didn’t know about the music scene at Central Michigan University until he started getting involved in it. Now, Crosby, whose stage name is Top Notch, says the local hip-hop scene is like nothing he’s seen at other college campuses.
The Office of Study Abroad will host a Study Abroad Fair from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19 to encourage students to learn more about its programs. The event will be held in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
Brandon Dillon, chair of the Michigan Democratic Party, will speak to students from 8-9 p.m. Sept. 13 in the Down Under Food Court.
Almost every seat in Plachta Auditorium was filled on Sept. 11 for PostSecret Live with Frank Warren, a multimedia event presented by Central Michigan University's Program Board.
More than 10 years ago, Frank Warren handed out postcards on the sidewalks of Washington D.C. with simple instructions: write down a secret you’ve never told anyone before.
Lara Raisanen, president of the League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area, wants to build relationships with students and hear their perspectives on voting rights.
With the first men's residence halls on campus not appearing until 1939, some of the first male students at Central Michigan University ended up biking 60 miles to attend classes at a school then known as Central Normal College.
The League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area will host a voting rights forum from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Library.
Former Michigan Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer will speak at 3 p.m. Sept. 9 in the Bovee University Center Mackinaw Room. Whitmer is one of four declared candidates running to represent the Democratic Party in Michigan’s 2018 gubernatorial election.
Traveling an average of 75 miles a day, St. Clair Shores senior Chris Waechter and Grand Rapids senior Damian DeLano said they learned about empathy and helping others as part of the Journey of Hope this summer.
When Catherine Joppich flew into Johannesburg and took a bus to Swaziland, the vehicle stopped at a hybrid gas station-shopping complex. Outside was a fenced off area with a bunch of wild animals, including rhinos, zebras and wildebeests.
Coming from a small town, Tanner Hecht didn't have an interest in study abroad when he was in high school. Now, as a senior at Central Michigan University, he has studied abroad twice — once in Denmark and once in Thailand.
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.
On June 23, rainfall caused by thunderstorms resulted in flooding across Isabella, Midland, Gladwin and Bay counties, causing more than $100 million in damages throughout Mid-Michigan.
Leadership Safari gives incoming students and freshmen a week full of activities to get acquainted with Central Michigan University.
Twelve Central Michigan University students woke up at 5 a.m. each day and headed to the beach with buckets, wood stakes and caution tape, spending one of their last weeks of summer helping sea turtles in Palm Beach, Florida.
Hallways were crowded with furniture and belongings as freshmen moved into their residence hall rooms across campus Saturday.
Self-assertiveness and flexibility are two important attributes that alumni say employers look for in job applicants.
Students flocked to the front of Warriner Hall on Friday for the annual Maroonziee event. The end-of-the-year celebration aims to help student "de-stress" before exam week starts, says Program Board special events co-director Marissa Mattioli.
The Student Media Board of Directors interviewed and selected the summer and Fall 2017 Central Michigan Life editor-in-chiefs on April 24.