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In 2016, a group of 10 fashion merchandising and design students from Central Michigan University set on a mission to merge edgy and editorial. Two years later, RAW Magazine has doubled its staff and raised production to two issues per school year; a milestone for the student-organized magazine.
The Central Michigan University Police Department collected over 900 items to donate to the CMU Student Food Pantry from over 100 people, according to a Facebook post made by the department on Monday.
After her roommate's death, Rockwood junior Amy Miller faced an ultimatum: find a roommate by Dec. 31 or vacate her apartment.
When Barnes Hall is torn down next summer, residences in north campus won’t just be losing a building. They will be losing a history of close-knit community.
Four days after sophomore and Robinson Residence Hall Assistant Jace Parker received a transphobic note on his whiteboard Nov. 20, he received a threatening note in an installation he created for his residents.
Rockwood junior Amy Miller is facing possible eviction from her apartment after her roommate, Iron River junior Molly Sheehan, died in a Montcalm County car accident Nov. 23.
For the past three weeks, “Wish Trees” have collected the wishes of passersby in various locations around central Michigan. Now, the trees have made it to their final stop at the Central Michigan University Charles V. Park Library as part of a community art collaboration assembled by ARThrive.
On Oct. 11, Central Michigan Life published the story of first-year graduate student and sexual assault survivor, Rachel Wilson.
Nineteen fashion merchandising and design students have been preparing all semester for the 3D Printing for Fashion Capstone Exhibition.
The Organization of Women Leaders (OWLs) was planning to hold a panel that discussed toxic masculinity at 7 p.m. Dec. 6 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium. Its topic changed when Dexter senior Francesca Farzalo decided to focus the discussion on toxic behavior instead.
First Year Experience Multicultural Advancement and Cofer Scholars will host a Charity Drag Show in from 8-11 p.m. Dec. 7 in Kulhavi 141/142 in order to inform students about LGBTQ+ poverty and its effects on youth in our society.
Native American Heritage Month is recognized nationally throughout the month of November. At Central Michigan University, students celebrate and educate during the month with a variety of events hosted by the Office of Native American Programs.
For six months, Grosse Pointe Woods senior Alanna Sparks ignored her headaches. Her mother, Cindy Sparks, thought she was overextending herself: working too hard, sleeping too little, not drinking enough water and not eating right.
Central Michigan University faculty and students attended a transgender and non-binary community education lecture on Dec. 4, sponsored by the Office of LGBTQ Services.
Detroit freshman Christyna Davis is an outgoing and open person. Like many freshmen, she left her best friend when starting journey at Central Michigan University.
On Tuesday, Nov. 20, another incident of discrimination occurred at Central Michigan University in the form of a message on a dorm room whiteboard.
The final meeting for Central Michigan University Student Government Association's fall 2018 semester was spent highlighting projects implemented this year, as well as previewing what is yet to come.
This week a collaborative food drive on campus, "Food for Fines," is offering students the opportunity to pay off their parking ticket fines by donating nonperishable food items.
The Central Michigan University Language Department is offering a brand new class to teach beginners Portuguese in the upcoming spring semester.
Coming out of high school, Zeeland native Madeline Harmon was looking for a way to separate herself from her peers. ROTC was that unique experience that she needed. Harmon learned about the organization during her senior year of high school and won a national ROTC scholarship before coming to Central Michigan University.