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In a world where people spend increasing amounts of time indoors on the computer or watching TV, it’s a great relief to find a place in the natural world to relax and breath some fresh air.
We as students of CMU are lucky to reside in such a beautiful city that offers so many opportunities for recreational outdoor activities.
Although I feel that CM Life is a respectable university newspaper, I feel that “Ryan’s Rant” is a signal of unprofessionalism that negatively reflects itself upon the entire newspaper staff.
For the first time, under the new health care reform bill — fought for and passed by Democrats in Congress — insurance companies can no longer deny coverage to people with pre-existing health conditions and young people can be covered under their parents’ insurance policies up until age 26.
Merlyn Mowrey noted a number of inaccuracies in “Hardly Presidential” coverage.
Because this is a fine institution of learning, I worry about the models you look up to as well as you as a model.
To members of the CMU student community,
You will have the opportunity to exercise your fundamental right and freedom as an American citizen when you choose to vote in the upcoming election Tuesday, Nov. 2.
I opened CM Life Monday morning to discover a full page of articles dedicated to President Ross: A reprint of an editorial “Priority Check: CMU President George Ross Must Maintain Dedication,” an article “Chasing the President” and a new editorial “Hardly Presidential.” Whoa, I thought, what’s he done to draw such rebukes from CM Life?
I am writing in regard to the editorial “Keep Bayanet.” This piece was sorely lacking in many areas, in regard to the “War on Drugs.”
First, the fact that state and local governments are spending millions of dollars to eradicate a plant that has hundreds of different functions to society is the real crime.
I am a senior at Central Michigan University and an intern for Josh Lillie, Libertarian candidate for Michigan’s 33rd Senate Seat, and the Libertarian Party of West Michigan in general.
If you were walking past Dow at about 10:15 today, you’d notice a few hundred people outside, and a few police and university vehicles. Those of us that were exiting the building assumed it was just a drill, so we took our time.
However, only a handful noticed that the alarm next to the door actually had been pulled, and heard the sirens approaching the building.
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As a proud Central Michigan University Chippewa, I applaud the university for their efforts to become a sustainable university as well as their efforts to push students to recycle.
A record-breaking 4,100 eager freshmen now populate the many niches of CMU, and while I am certainly ecstatic to witness the enthusiasm of so many fresh faces, I must question: Why now are there such high numbers, and what outcomes — perhaps even obligations --— do these unique circumstances carry for the university?
Campus Conservatives may have been the first student organization to dissolve, but similar groups on campuses across the country will soon follow its path.
That’s because the federal Supreme Court ruled over the summer, in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, that registered student organizations cannot limit membership to students with shared beliefs.
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For more than a century, Mount Pleasant has been a college town welcoming students and embracing their traditions. Unfortunately, the actions of a minority of Central Michigan University’s student body during the Welcome Back Week activities and recent gatherings resulted in an escalation of dangerous and irresponsible drinking resulting in threats to the safety of students, community residents and others.
I must say I was surprised at Brian Calley’s decision to drop out of the race for the 33rd district state Senate seat in favor of Lieutenant Governor. I thought he was as serious as I am at focusing on the needs of the citizens within the district. I can only assume this is a career move on his part, however I won’t speak on his behalf.
Our school’s new implementation of the new inconvenient printing quotas are comical-grinning and absurdity being the teeth in this photo.
We rack-up thousands upon thousands of dollars in student loans to cover tuition; ha, don’t even get me started on the ridiculous coin students across this country submissively push across the table to be oh-so-lucky to receive that thin paper diploma.
It was impossible to watch Michigan’s economy and assume the City of Mount Pleasant would miraculously escape without a few bumps and bruises. In fact, because we predicted that 2011 would be our local Waterloo, we have been reducing costs, shoring up our savings, and eliminating positions through attrition over the last five years.
Having a healthy relationship is a sure way to avoid an abusive relationship. Here's how to make sure you stay in one.
Shapiro's new position should give the temporary faculty some hope. After all, Shapiro held an interim position but now holds a permanent position and makes six figures. Faculty that's just scraping by should look to Shapiro for inspiration.
Some students are graduating, while others are taking a much needed break from school this summer. For those coming back in the Fall, don't spend your summer worrying about the state of the university. The faculty will be ready to teach to the best of their ability when students get back.