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We’ve all heard the saying “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” However, most students can agree that finding the time to make a meal in the morning just doesn’t mix well with a busy college schedule. Don’t skip out on breakfast; check out these early morning meal options that are quick, simple and perfect for on-the-go college students.
The underground scene of disc jockeys at CMU has grown over the years due to an increased interest in Electronic Dance Music.
Attending college is a full-time job. Finding time to workout between a load of class hours and activities is a real challenge. Keeping up with your body doesn’t have to be impossible. Try out these easy tips to stay in shape while keeping busy.
Well everyone, it’s that time of the year again. The leaves are falling, the weather is cooling down and your sanity is rapidly vanishing. Don’t lose hope yet, though. There are a few hidden gems in the mid-Michigan area to get you out of your funk and into the fall spirit. Here’s the list of fun fall things to do in Mount Pleasant:
This year’s Black History Month Food Taster was held at the Wesley Foundation on Feb 15 from 4 to 7 p.m.The event is one of many that has been organized by the Multicultural Academic Student Services department in honor of black history month.The entry fee was $5 for CMU students and $7 for the general public.Attendees enjoyed a buffet of traditional soul food provided by catering company Soul Sista's.
Tinder provides a digital outlet for people in search for romance, companionship and unknowingly a series of disappointment or success.
Davison senior Trevor Thomas is a bouncer at O'Kelly's Sports Bar & Grille, but is sometimes summoned to help out in adjacent Wayside Central.In spring 2016, Thomas was at Wayside Central when a man was hitting on one of the bartenders and was drunk.
Bird and Jak Wurtz’s love story began with a hacked OkCupid account and an orange crayon.They met in November 2016 when Jak’s friend messaged random users on Jak’s OKCupid account, all in the hope that the break-in would help him start dating again.
Coming to college, Many LGBTQ+ students at CMU experience new-found liberation in exploring and accepting their sexual identity as they start dating for the first time. However, they often feel distress when preparing to visit their less accepting hometowns.
When Kendall Day first joined “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” shadow cast, she had never watched the movie or attended the show.
The long needle was slowly being filled with testosterone as Ellyot Gryczewski watches, flinching before smiling.
It's the big questions that are hard to share but the Hillel group confronted those questions head on.The Hillel group at Central Michigan University held Coffee
and Conversations: Ask Big Questions for Jewish learning and leadership
building at Dreamer Coffee Tuesday night.Alison Zywicki, Inspire Intern member, was in charge of
the event to bring people together and discuss topics with one another."As a community, it gives us a place to learn about
each other and work with piers ... it helps find your identity and learn more
about yourself or the Jewish community," explained Zywicki.This event is not focused just on Judaism alone, but sheds
light more on each individual, learning about each other and having people there
to listen.Anna VanArsdaleHool, Eboard member, is not Jewish but really enjoys being a part of it.“It’s not like we talk all about religion, it’s just a lot of bonding and makes you think about things you don’t normally think about,” said VanArdaleHool.Whatever is discussed in the circle is never repeated
outside of the group so it gives people a chance to open up and
discuss deep topics. The main topic
discussed was what the world needs from you as an individual.Robyn Hughey, Associate Director for HCAM, shared her
thoughts on the matter.“Sometimes you don’t know what is needed from you until it’s
all said and done,” Hughey said.Within such a big question digs up a simple answer giving
the group different perspectives.Aside from the main question, the group also discussed what
they felt their sense of purpose was, what fuels their passion, and what they
want to give to the world.These questions may be broad, but it drew in deep
conversations for all who attended, giving each person a chance to open up and
share.“Anyone can build from this ... it’s a building opportunity that is open for everyone,” said Zywicki.For more information on any future events that Hillel will
have, follow them on Facebook under Hillel at Central Michigan University.
Central Michigan Life sat down with
Pharoah after his Thursday show to talk about politics, internet hate and
the tough lessons he learned as a young comic.
Studying abroad has become a staple of the college
experience. Students are finding resources more accessible and making the
journey abroad a priority—especially during the summer months.
When Josh Colosky got a job at a Petoskey brewing company, he sold his car, donated most of his belongings and moved to the city to live in its woods for 39 days as an effort to pay off his overwhelming student debt.Colosky is a 2015 Central Michigan University alumni who graduated with a bachelor's degree in music.
Tom Kauffman and Paul Isakson have been co-creating sketches and web series pilots since they met 11 years ago at Central Michigan University.The former Broadcast and Cinematic Arts students went from working at Moore Hall Television to helping create a live-action comedy for this season's pilot orders for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, called “Art Prison.”
More than 2,000 freshmen and transfer students took part in the 20th year of Leadership Safari before classes began.
After a brief stint of being a student at the School of Music at Central Michigan University, alumni Joe Hertler decided he would rather play music outside of the classroom. Now his band, Joe Hertler and The Rainbow Seekers, have two albums available on iTunes.
As final exams approach and professors
dish out final projects, students find themselves busy struggling to juggle.
Several students, seeking to keep themselves focused on school work when they’d
rather rest, have used prescription drugs such as Adderall and Ritalin in the
hopes of improving their grades.