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A former Central Michigan University journalism and broadcast cinematic arts professor has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for possession of child pornography. "Quote by Judge Ludington on the sentence," said Federal Judge Thomas LudingtonMark Ranzenberger Ranzenberger was arrested May 20 after police found 1,032 images of child pornography on various digital devices in his possession.CMU’s
investigation of Ranzenberger began after a student reported seeing
thumbnails of pornographic images on his computer.
The Relay For Life Kickoff is to take place January 19 at 7
p.m. in the University Center Rotunda.This will be a chance to ask questions about the upcoming
event in March and also sign up a team. The kickoff is sponsored by the Colleges Against Cancer
organization at Central Michigan University.
Marijuana possession, drunk driving most notable crimes last month.
After watching her friend being bullied for how she dressed, Autumn Pinkley decided to promote self-love at Central Michigan University — one photo at a time.The Grand Rapids sophomore launched a campaign called “The Cherry Project” in June.
Both Hertel and Hauck, who was recently elected to represent Isabella County, said they wished wished the governor spoke more about affordability and student loan debt in his address.
Snyder made no mention of a plan to curb student loan debt, nor any plans to increase state funding to public universities.
Only a few people gathered outside Michigan’s Capitol Building to protest Gov. Rick Snyder’s State of the State address Tuesday night.
Students, faculty and other Mount Pleasant residents gathered in Finch FieldHouse Monday for the annual CommUnity Peace Brunch in celebration of Martin Luther King Day. The brunch is held every year to commemorate the civil rights leader who stood against discrimination and equal treatment for people of all colors.
A suspect wanted for assault and larceny was taken into custody Thursday, Jan. 12, after fleeing the scene and engaging in a physical altercation with Mount Pleasant Police.
The commission postponed the approval of an ordinance amendment that would fine rental owners who fail to obtain housing licenses.
CITY NOTICE: Winter conditions bring seasonal snow ordinanceBy Greg HornerNews Editornews@cm-life.comIt’s the winter semester which means students get a new distraction from their studies–snow.
A sign in their window was all the warning that Abigail Chambers and Emily Miller received when they learned that their business, Kaya Coffee House, was facing relocation.
As the spring semester starts this week, students should be prepared to bundle up.*The National Weather Service reports a 40 percent chance of snow showers today.
Nearly 200 people, including a CMU senior, sprinted through Florida's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport terminal, screaming, ducking, and taking cover from a hail of gunfire.
Mount Pleasant Police have seen an uptick in the amount of methamphetamine found in the city as two men were found separately in possession of the drug and one was found with potential lab equipment.
Mount Pleasant's City Commission must first rezone the property before the developer can build.
An appeal has been filed by a former Central Michigan University faculty member who alleges that the university discriminated against her.
The sentencing of former faculty member Mark Ranzenberger was delayed until Jan. 19.
For all of the things college students might feel they don’t have a say in at Central Michigan University — parking, tuition, roommate assignments — the university has been reaching out to them to update its strategic plan.