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Politicians, celebrities, athletes and others took to Twitter to respond to Friday’s shooting at CMU with overwhelming support for the university, students and police personnel, who finally apprehended James Eric Davis Jr. the early morning of March 3.
In a time of political polarization, two political student organizations at Central Michigan University were able to come together as students and support local veterans.
Drag superstar Morgan McMichaels of "RuPaul's Drag Race" sought out to inspire an unapologetic attitude in students in regards to sexuality, passions and life.
Central Review, a literary journal at Central Michigan University, is still accepting submissions for its first-ever live storytelling event.
An Office of Student Conduct investigation into Phi Kappa Tau found that at the end of the Fall 2017 recruitment period, new fraternity members participated in a scavenger hunt that included drinking shots of alcohol in a Pearce Hall computer lab.
Culture Control will provide an open discussion about shootings, sexual assault, police brutality and how to keep Central Michigan University's campus safe at 7 p.m. Feb. 26. in Anspach 161.
A group-reading of J.K Rowling’s novel created a magical environment for Harry Potter lovers from around the world on Central Michigan University's campus.
At 4:14 p.m. Feb. 17, The Dreamer posted on its Twitter page announcing its permanent closure.
The Global Ambassador program began in Spring 2018 as part of the Office of International Affairs. It is overseen by International Student Advisor Megan Hofer and graduate assistant Habeebat Diaw. Diaw herself is an international student from Senegal.
The sorority chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma has been suspended at Central Michigan University.
McMichaels, has been featured on shows such as "RuPaul's Drag Race" and in music videos for Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
The annual Plates of Pleasant fundraiser filled the room with food, live music and the community to raise money for Alternative Breaks.
Program Board provided a stage for student musicians, dancers and poets to exhibit their talents in their first Open Mic Night on Feb. 19.
Witchcraft and wizardy will be happening on Central Michigan University's campus Feb. 21-22.
Superheroes, chickens, cows and a giraffe all took the plunge into a pool of frigid water outside of Wayside Central to raise money for Special Olympics Michigan on Feb. 17.
Teams competing included the ladies of Delta Zeta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Sigma, Alpha Sigma Tau, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Mu, Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Kappa. Sororities who had more than one team competing included Delta Zeta, Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Sigma Sigma.
Kappa Sigma and Phi Sigma Phi were the first teams to compete during the highly anticipated Greek event -- Sigma Freeze.
Dogma-Free Society is an irreligious-based group that holds the celebration annually. Although they have a non-religious focus, Vice President Molly Sheehan said the group is for anyone who is interested.
"It's important to remember Darwin to understand who we are and where we come from," Stebelton said.
Word of new recruitment techniques and ideas about how to increase interest in Greek Life on campus filled the room as Central Michigan University's Interfraternity Council gathered for the first time since spring rush.