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A new semester means a start. It is a chance for you to make the most of your time at CMU: whether it's your first time here or your last semester as a student. You can make the most of your semester by keeping up with campus news by reading Central Michigan Life. We are here for you, 24 hours a day on cm-life.com and in print each Monday and Thursday
Whether this was your best year or your worst, the clock is counting down the dwindling December days to 2018. From natural disasters to a full year under President Donald Trump, Central Michigan Life was there to make sure you stayed fully informed on the latest information.
We wanted to take this time to say: “Thank you for reading.”
If you didn’t believe in climate change before, 2017 was the year to start.
The majority of climate scientists report that human behavior significantly contributes to climate change. According to the Climate Change 2014 Synthesis Report Summary, greenhouse gas emissions are at a historical high level and have increased largely as a result of economic development and human population growth.
According to Fall 2016 statistics, more than half of students on campus are women — the predominant demographic that menstruation affects the most. By having them in all bathrooms around campus, this also is a benefit for our transgender or gender-nonconforming students who might also menstruate.
We need to stop the FCC from repealing net neutrality. If we don't our internet will be in the hands of corporations who have no intent to keep it free and open.
When the waiting gets long and if you're in need of a counselor, be proactive. There are other resources on campus students can utilize that either don't require a waiting list.
Our last home game of the season should not be played on Black Friday.
It is senseless for students, alumni, and athletes to have this game over Thanksgiving Break.
Central Michigan University is searching for a Chief Diversity Officer.
At an open forum, students and faculty made suggestions as to what they expect from the CDO. We hope the administration listens, and incorporates those suggestions into the official roles and duties of the position.
The Mount Pleasant Planning Commission's recommendation to re-zone the area north of campus is well-intentioned, but it failed to see the potential impact.
It has the potential to remove students from Franklin, Lansing Streets and University Avenue.
We hope the City Commission will not approve the recommended ordinance.
There will be an open forum at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Park Library discussing the academic review and restructuring, and what it will mean for faculty and undergraduate degrees.
This is open to everyone.
Be there to make your voice heard.