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Students will have a chance to join the conversation about fake news during an upcoming forum, from 7-9 p.m. on Jan. 24, in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
The forum, titled "Fake News: Why you should care" will be part of the university-sponsored “Speak Up, Speak Out” series, which gives students and faculty a chance to sit down and discuss certain issues, usually involving politics.
Central Michigan University students and staff members ended Martin Luther King Jr. Week with a competitive basketball game to raise money for charity and to celebrate MLK's legacy.
With intent to tackle stereotypes and misunderstandings, keynote speaker Dr. Michael Eric Dyson gave insight about the revolutionary Martin Luther King Jr.
Student-run organization Moore Media Records offers a way for local musicians to record, promote and market their music.
Parking lot 9, located north of Warriner Hall— once filled with quarter-eating meters — can now be used for parking at the simple touch of an app.
Snowfall did not stop hundreds of students and community members from celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. presented his famed "I Have a Dream" speech, introducing a vision campus intends on celebrating in a week long show of events.
Howell senior Austin Waddell runs on a very busy schedule. Every day he juggles coursework, his own research project and participates in two volunteer organizations, serving leadership roles in both.
Program Board, a student-led entertainment group hosted a Spring Concert Reveal Party to announce artist Jesse McCartney as their musical guest. McCartney will perform in Finch Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. March 22 with opening act, Public.
Actor and former member of the band Dream Street Jesse McCartney was named as the performer for Program Board’s spring concert at an official reveal party on Jan. 8.
McCartney will perform 8 p.m. March 22 in Finch Fieldhouse.
The performing acts for the upcoming spring concert will be announced at the Spring Concert Reveal Party at 8 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Bovee University Center.
The orientation-style program, which usually happens in the fall, is meant to show incoming students how to get involved in the Central Michigan University's community. The event kicked off Jan. 7.
More than 1,800 December graduates and 872 August graduates were given the opportunity to receive their degrees at the Fall 2017 Commencement ceremonies.
The first-ever Spring Leadership Safari aims to promote personal growth during a two-day event geared towards deferred freshmen and transfer students.
The five charging stations located in student lounging areas of the Bovee University Center will be removed by the end of this semester.
Following a six-month closure due to summer flooding, the Student Activity Center Weight Training Center is close to opening for the Spring 2018 semester.
The Nashville couple performed for students and the public on Nov. 29, in the Bovee University Center Rotunda. The concert was presented by Central Michigan University’s Program Board.
Greek Week is a fundraising event in which fraternity and sorority chapters are grouped into teams to earn points through various activities and events, such as a mock rock competition, and raise money for philanthropies.
The Charles V. Park Library Auditorium reached full capacity with eager individuals spilling into the hallway Nov. 28 to listen to poems from Vievee Francis’s recent book "Forest Primeval."
Nataanii Means wants people to wake up to what is happening to Native American people in the world today, specifically in regards to their activism.