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For decades, Central Michigan University’s support for public broadcasting has been a point of pride for everyone associated with the organization and the institution. Its five PBS television stations broadcast educational programming and news across Central and Northern Michigan reaching 5.6 million viewers.
When freshman Ryan Tsatsos was killed by a hit and run driver on Crawford Road just more than two months ago, our campus community was shocked and heartbroken.
At the last Board of Trustees meeting of 2015, President George Ross received a $20,000 raise.
Former Central Michigan University president Michael Rao established the Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee in 2008 due to the "immediate need for a coordinated effort to address sustainability issues."
Central Michigan defeated Eastern Michigan in dramatic fashion Friday, mounting a 14-point comeback in the second half.
The United States has accepted less than 2,000 Syrian refugees and President Barack Obama plans to welcome 10,000 by the end of the year.
A record-number of students seeking help at the Counseling Center means some will not receive the counseling they need until the spring semester.
After a week that featured several on-campus demonstrations and the first meeting of a task force between students, city officials, law enforcement and Mount Pleasant residents, the generational gap in this college town began to show its depth.
As if nothing stranger could have occurred during a football game on a Tuesday, the Central Michigan University Marching Chips and cheerleadering squad is in the national spotlight after a referee stopped the game because of their loud cheering.
Securing funding to fix Michigan's deteriorating infrastructure has been a front and center issue in Lansing for years, but after divisive debate the legislature finally passed a bill that Gov. Rick Snyder is eager to sign.
According to statistics released each year by the Central Michigan University Police Department, if you are using illegal drugs or drinking underage on campus there is a high likelihood that you will be busted.
A recent survey of minority students and faculty revealed a significant number of people of color say they experience racism and discrimination on campus and in Mount Pleasant.
While Title IX is best known for its impact on addressing gender equality in high school and collegiate athletics, the original statute made no explicit mention of sports. Students at Central Michigan University are afforded a multitude of other important rights under the comprehensive federal law.
After publishing a few stories that have received similar feedback, we wanted to address concerns presented by our readers about our coverage.
The Student Government Association used students dressed as culturally-offensive stereotypes to more powerfully deliver the message of "We're a Culture, Not a Costume" campaign.
Another Columbus Day was celebrated in America on Monday, but Mount Pleasant took that day to rightfully recognize Native Americans.
Michigan’s Indian Tuition Waiver was enacted in Public Act 174 of 1976 and waives the tuition costs for eligible Native Americans who attend the state’s community colleges or public universities. The program was created as part of a land exchange agreement between state and federal lawmakers.
Imagine every student at Central Michigan University standing side by side in an open area. Then double that number. That is just slightly over the number of women the American Cancer Society estimates will die from breast cancer this year alone.
One year after a visiting student lost his life in Fabiano Botanical Garden on Homecoming Weekend, it is important to look back on what we have learned as a community about preventing tragedy on campus.