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Like most college campuses, the most common transportation on Central Michigan University's campus is by foot. Nonetheless, there are students who prefer to bike or skateboard, perhaps, as a more efficient way to get around. Fro students Jeremy Rodgers, Ryan Timm and Andrew D' Amore-Braver, these methods are way too mainstream.
Inside a bamboo hut they called home, Erin and Scott Farver slept beneath a large mosquito net. Loud bangs began echoing throughout the village, and the couple was jolted awake.
To gather input on the future of the university from faculty, students and staff, the Central Michigan University Strategic Planning Team is hosting forums through Dec. 1.
Lapeer senior Kate Carlson has been named Editor-in-Chief of Central Michigan Life, following an announcement from the Student Publications Board on Nov. 16.
Speak Up, Speak Out is an open forum series that provides Central Michigan University students a platform to share their opinions on current events.
Open forums for faculty, students and staff will take place Nov. 21 through Dec. 1 for Central Michigan University's main campus and at the College of Medicine campus in Saginaw.
More than 3,100 Central Michigan University students will graduate Dec. 17.
Hands bolt into the air to answer a question during a 9 a.m. class. Some students are so excited to answer they don’t wait to be called on and blurt out the answer in excitement.
Originally known as a predominantly teachers college, Central Michigan University has been making strides to establish itself as a college ahead of the game in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Celebration! Cinema in Mount Pleasant is giving away a pair of passes to see the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” movie Thursday evening.
They don’t fly on broomsticks, but there is still a competitive Quidditch club team at Central Michigan University.
A racial incident at Real Food on Campus in the Towers Residence Hall last week helped ignite the fuel behind a conversation about racial issues in the Bovee University Center Auditorium on Tuesday.
Chants of “hey, hey, ho, ho hate speech has got to go” and “say it now say it clear, immigrants are welcome here,” echoed throughout campus Tuesday as about 300 students and community members marched to Warriner Hall.
Before she became one of the most popular authors in the world, J.K. Rowling was traveling by train unsure about her future. Ultimately, she created a story that would shape and inspire a generation — a magical tale about a boy wizard.
Since fall 2012, the College of Business Administration has seen a steady increase in enrollment across the majority of the 17 majors offered by the college.
A new primary care clinic has opened to serve the medical needs of faculty and staff.
After a close election on Nov. 8, third party candidates racked up more votes than expected in what is being called the most shocking election in modern history.
The College of Communication and Fine Arts has a new administrative position in its office this semester.
The Zeta Rho Chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity raised $16,300 for cancer research last week through fundraising events during Derby Days.
Daniel Rodriguez found himself in one of the worst attacks of the War in Afghanistan at only 19 years old. When he was 22, he grabbed a gun and wrote a suicide note. As he wrote the letter, he glanced out his kitchen window, noticing his lawn was a mess. Rodriguez found himself working on it for the next three hours.