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Both tickets prioritize: outreach to Registered Student Organizations and Greek Life and emphasize following up with legislation after it has been passed to ensure implementation on campus; mental health and sustainability regarding the environment; and finances of the organization.
A University of Pennsylvania alumnus, Miller said he has worked with faculty at CMU in the past and a consultant for Teaching for Inclusion.
Speakers and audience members alike emphasized the effects of media, career paths and appearance assumptions have over women on March 27 in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium. This was in honor Women's History Month, which concludes by next week.
Grand Rapids senior Emily Tulecki and Fowler junior Madison Koenigsknecht presented “Interventions to Reduce Mood Disorder Symptoms in University Students.”
Six of those credits must be from the same designator and may not double-count with General Education courses. The change also includes the requirement of math and statistics courses, which may double-count with General Education.
"Stressed college students can still participate and win prizes from the comfort of their homes.”
SGA house and senate prepared to introduce the six pieces of legislation during simultaneous meetings in different rooms on the top floor of the Bovee UC.
All of the posters will display student research, Douglas said. There will be a mix of undergraduate and graduate research. Douglas said most students have been working on these research projects for two to four semesters.
Members of the presidential search advisory committee took input from staff and shared their perspective in the Powers Ballroom on March 23.
In two presidential search forums open to the entire Central Michigan University community on March 22, only five students and 10 faculty members in total showed up.
She encouraged all those wanting to become entrepreneurs to follow their passions and don’t give up. Goldberg said there were many moments when she wanted to quit, but her mom urged her to keep going.
“We wanted to bring in a family friendly event that was active to celebrate the Easter holiday," said Madison Heights junior Taylor Dawson, an event organizer.
When Maviglia was nine, she sat in a classroom in Dundee Elementary School behind the learning curve and mispronounced many of the words her teacher wanted her to say, she said.
Edwards focused most on how to lower the number of assaults each year. The statistics of assault have been proven to be the same for the past 30 years, showing that one in four college women have reported sexual assault, or attempted sexual assault.
Bradley presented "Ending Exile: The Meaning and Making of Solutions to Refugee Crises" on March 21 in the Powers Hall Ballroom — getting students to consider solutions and how the issues came about.
The award is presented to the station with the most cumulative points in all categories entered. MHTV placed in eight of the 10 MABF categories.
Corpening was the second of four candidates for Central Michigan University’s new vice president and Chief Diversity Officer position. Corpening reflected on the work he has done in those 30 years during his forums March 20 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
An official groundbreaking ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 19 on the south lawn outside of the Health Professions building.
Kamsickas, a CMU alumnus and CEO of Dana Inc., will speak at 9 a.m. He has also served as the CEO of International Automotive Components in Southfield. He is a member of the Toledo Rotary Foundation and part of the board of trustees of the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation and the United Way of Greater Toledo
The first of two presidential debates took place in the Bovee University Center Auditorium on March 19. The debate, moderated by SGA Elections Director Jackie Smith, replaced the regularly scheduled SGA meeting and produced a larger crowd than the regular 200 representatives.