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When Kyle Tanner learned he had Fanconi anemia at age 16, he didn’t understand the toll the bone marrow disease would take on him.“It made definitely me anxious and it made me more inclined to do things that I wouldn’t have otherwise did if I didn’t know I had a life-threatening disease,” Tanner said.
The registered student organization Student Advocates for Forced Migrants will host a question and answer forum on the refugee crisis in the United States and abroad.The event, titled “Finding Home,” will take place from 7-9 p.m.
Students and residents will be able to get professional photos from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 13 at Finch Fieldhouse Room 113.An individual and group package will be offered for $5 and $4, respectively.
After recently electing president for the 2017-18 academic year, Student Government Association took steps to improve registered student organizations on campus.RSO & Grow took place Friday in the Student Involvement Center in the Bovee University Center.
Midland senior Anna Owens was elected as Student Government Association president for the upcoming 2017-18 academic year.Owens currently serves as SGA vice president. She and her running mate, sophomore Derek Sturvist, were chosen by the student body during an election between March 28 and April 4.
Multiple Sclerosis affects 2.3 million people worldwide, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, which has partnered with Central Michigan University students to stomp out the disease.
Program Board hosted their annual Psychic Fair from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
To schedule an appointment with a psychic, participants must sign-up at the event and have some form of I.D. to secure a time slot.
Student Government Association Vice President Anna Owens continued the push for a Gender and Sexuality Center and addressed other topics in the State of the Student Body Address on Monday in Powers Ballroom.
There are currently three students who are running for the Student
Government Association Presidential election 2017-18.Students all have a variety of differences that they would
like to make here on Central Michigan University’s campus, if elected.Those who are running for president are Midland junior Anna
Owens, Palms junior Luke Anderson and Belding senior Cody Van Buren.For Vice President, sophomore Derek Sturvist will serve with
Owens, sophomore Galen Miller with Anderson and senior Emilee Madison
with Van Buren.Voting began on March 28 and continues until 11:59 p.m.
This was the fourth year in a row CM Life was named College Media Company of the Year.
Three candidates are on the ballot for president.
There were no classes on March 30, but students congregated on campus to support the creation of a Gender and Sexuality Center at Central Michigan University.Students gathered between Anspach and Pearce Halls before marching to Warriner Hall.
The Gender and Sexuality Center, sustainability and improving Central Michigan University relations are among the issues Student Government Association presidential candidates are concerned about.Three SGA presidential candidates and their vice presidntial
Student Government Association will host a student body presidential debate at 7:25 p.m. Monday, March 27 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.Those running for president for the 2017-18 academic year are current SGA Vice President Anna Owens, Treasurer Luke Anderson and House Leader Cody Van Buren.Sophomore Derek Sturvist will be running with Owens, sophomore Galen Miller with Anderson and Senate Leader Emilee Madison with Van Buren.SGA will be taking questions from the public off of its Twitter page.
Kaya Coffee House is officially moving to a new location.
Saxophone Day, a biennial event at Central Michigan University, brought 150 high school students to campus Sunday to perform in Staples Family Concert Hall.Professor of Saxophone John Nichol and the CMU Saxophone Studio hosted the event.High school students began the day watching a master class of the four CMU Saxophone Quartets conducted by Christopher Creviston, a guest artist and professor of Saxophone at Arizona State University.After the master class, all saxophonists rehearsed together for three hours as the Michigan Saxophone Ensemble.
Faculty and students in the Center for Merchandising and Design Technology spent more than three weeks testing the design of a coat that can be converted into a sleeping bag for the homeless.
Students sacrificed sleep for fun with friends on Saturday night and early Sunday morning in the Student Activity Center."Up All Night" 2017 took place Saturday, March 25 to Sunday, March 26.
For 12 hours on Saturday, Jack Skoog Indoor Track at Central Michigan University transformed into a place to remember those lives lost to cancer, embrace those who continue their fight and honor those who won their battle.Colleges Against Cancer hosted CMU's Relay for Life in the Indoor Athletic Complex.