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Amanda Jackson recently won the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, which will allow her to professionally teach English classes in Mexico. The senior will teach English as an assistant in an English-speaking program from kindergarten to 12th grade.
More than 20 students and faculty members marched on Saturday in Central Michigan University’s “Take Back the Night” event, organized by Students Advocating Gender Equality.
McGuirk Arena was filled with enthusiastic cheers Friday night as nearly 2,000 people gathered for the Program Board’s spotlight concert of the year: DNCE.
Paying attention to surroundings was emphasized by Andres Tapia, a senior partner for Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting, during his keynote address at Central Michigan University’s Diversity and Inclusion Symposium on Wednesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
At 12:30 a.m. on April 4 the results came in. Midland senior Anna Owens jumped out of her chair and cheered as she learned she officially won the student body’s vote for Student Government Association president.
The Office of Diversity Education will host its second annual Diversity and Inclusion Symposium from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 19 in the Bovee University Rotunda Rotunda.
With larger cities at least an hour away by car, there aren’t many opportunities for Central Michigan University students to perform or experience comedy. Now, a group of witty students are trying to change that.
Student Environmental Alliance and Take Back the Tap are teaming up to host Central Michigan University's Earth Week from April 17-22.
PBS will visit Central Michigan University on April 19 to film for their new documentary, “Enlisted.”
About 50 people gathered inside Park Library Auditorium on April 13 to attend a panel discussion aimed at the refugee crisis.
Students and faculty might unknowingly use language in the classroom that negatively impacts students from diverse backgrounds.
A settlement of hammocks formed near Brooks Hall yesterday as students hung out at the first annual Hammock for Homelessness Day.
The Central Michigan University chapter of Amnesty Interantional held their first official Slam Jam event at The Dreamer Coffee Shop on Friday night.
On Sunday, Matthew Frasik will celebrate Easter, one of the holiest holidays in the Christian faith.
Sitting in Anspach Hall, Guy Newland gazes out a large window in his office. Wearing an “Atom for Peace, Not War” band T-shirt, he reflects on his scholarly research of the Buddhist tradition.
Three and a half years ago, Thrive Church opened its doors at Celebration Cinema as an environment for people who had given up on God and attending church.
Between being a target for conversion to arguments about how atheism is actually a religion, Molly Sheehan has heard it all before.
Her pilgrimage to the Jewish homeland was just one among many life changing experiences the Trenton senior has had while being a part of Hillel at Central Michigan University.As she walked through the streets of Jerusalem, Hadley Platek felt the warm spiritual embrace of her people’s history and Jewish birthright. She visited the Golan Heights and even prayed at the holy Western Wall.
Students are encouraged to set up their hammocks to fight homelessness in the first annual Hammock for Homelessness Day from 1-4 p.m., today at the Fabiano Botanical Garden.
When Mattew Frasik took his first steps in his walk with Christ, he wasn’t seeking a relationship with God — it was quite the contrary.