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Mount Pleasant’s City Commission spent six months paring down 50 candidates before choosing its city manager.
In the end, they went with Nancy Ridley, the person who had been here serving as interim city manager.
Some residents viewed the two other candidates as agents of change.
As a particular point of pride for Central Michigan University and Mount Pleasant for more than half a century, the impact of Special Olympics Michigan on our greater community is enormous.
Calling CMU home since 1973, the organization and its summer games shares an essential philosophy with the university.
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Diversity is a desirable trait for society. However, it won’t always occur on its own.
On Tuesday, the U.S.
Students play a vital role in charity efforts in Mount Pleasant.
Each year, thousands of Central Michigan University students look past themselves and their studies and work to better the lives of others.
The First Amendment should be a no-brainer at a university. Recently, however, officials have been suppressing the student voice in an attempt to protect them from student media.
Central Michigan Life has dealt with an increase in communication buffers between our reporters and our peers.
Although the fall semester began with concerns about enrollment and a budget shortfall, it appears that remedial efforts by Central Michigan University might be brought to fruition by next year.
Last semester, 2,963 new freshmen enrolled at CMU – marking the smallest freshman class since 1997.
Advocacy relies on the freedom of speech.
In the United States, under the First Amendment, we enjoy liberties when it comes to expressing our ideas.
College is a transitional experience for young minds.
After high school, maintaining relationships becomes more strained, achieving higher grades becomes more challenging, and new responsibilities increase exponentially.
For many, the four years leading up to graduation can represent a stressful period in our lives.
As a media organization, the credibility of our content is weighted heavily on two key elements: Accuracy and reliability.
Beyond expecting a quality education, students at Central Michigan University expect a certain degree of security, privacy and safety.
However, some recent events have caused a disconnect between that expectation and reality.
Last year, a student was robbed of his wallet near parking lot 42 and 7-Eleven, a student was abducted at gunpoint outside of the Student Activity Center and several laptops were stolen from Cobb and Carey residence halls.
This year, a homeless man was charged with larceny, trespassing and destruction of property after vandalizing – and living in – Finch Fieldhouse over the course of at least a couple of days.
If Central Michigan University’s athletics department wants our football team to remain in Division I, then it needs to begin treating it like a Division I program.
Although CMU reported a paid attendance average of 15,333 this football season – just above the NCAA Division I standard – some trends within the program are a cause for immediate concern.
Declining attendance figures and a dwindling student presence at football games have left the athletics department with the lowest attendance figures since 2004.
Central Michigan Life’s editorial board met with presidential candidate Chuck Mahone and his running mate Mariah Urueta last week to discuss their platform.
Some of Michigan’s government officials are placing themselves on the wrong side of history.
Although a U.S.
In a democracy, providing access to a place to practice your right to vote is paramount.
Casting a ballot allows citizens to select a candidate who can best represent their views.
The loudest voice for social change on Central Michigan University’s campus is telling us that we’re all going to Hell.
Soulwinners Ministries has repeatedly sent boisterous representatives to campus – using less-than-polite language – to spread its version of the gospel and to help “exhort campus ministries to biblical holiness and evangelization.”
While anyone with a message to send is entitled to their right to deliver it, it’s alarming that radical viewpoints – one that most students appear to disagree with – can serve as the predominant voice on a campus of nearly 20,000 students.
College campuses, filled with generations of future politicians and industry leaders, have traditionally served as the breeding grounds for social change.
A professor’s duty at Central Michigan University extends beyond instruction.
While teaching classes is the primary role of the faculty, they are also expected to serve as mentors, counselors and guides for young, growing minds.
Last week, Michigan enacted a law that was absurd in both what it said and how it was decided.
The Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act – or perhaps more accurately titled, “Rape Insurance” – became law Thursday.
Fourth U.S. President and author of the first amendment James Madison said knowledge will forever govern ignorance.