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Q&A: Elkton senior reflects on summer internship at White House, life in nation's capital

(09/20/17 5:59pm)

Elkton senior Connor Ewald spent 11 weeks interning at the White House in Washington D.C. Ewald left for the White House the last week of May, returning the second week of August. Central Michigan Life sat down with Ewald to discuss his experiences and growth throughout his internship in the nation’s capital.









Department of History faculty present research in Park Library as part of Central Michigan University's 125th anniversary

(09/14/17 12:14pm)

Jay Martin and Brittany Fremion, faculty in the Department of History, started their special project, “Boundary Voices: Snapshots of the Student Experience at Central Michigan University,” for the Museum of Cultural and Natural History in 2010. 






Frank Warren aims to share interesting secrets, celebrate people's stories at PostSecret Live event

(09/11/17 1:28pm)

More than 10 years ago, Frank Warren handed out postcards on the sidewalks of Washington DC with simple instructions: write down a secret you’ve never told anyone before. Since then, Warren has received more than a million secrets mailed to him anonymously on postcards. He shares some of the secrets every Sunday on PostSecret.com.


History of student life at Central Michigan University trends toward becoming more unified, philanthropic

(09/10/17 9:10pm)

Over the course of the university's 125-year history, student life has evolved from campus serving as only a place for students to get an education. It has become a hub to meet people with different life experiences, exercise First Amendment rights and a place that encourages students to evolve into more philanthropic, charitable people.


Q&A: President of voting rights organization wants to build relationships with students, hear their perspectives

(09/10/17 6:39pm)

Lara Raisanen, president of the League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area, wants to build relationships with students and hear their perspectives on voting rights. The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that focuses on making democracy work for all. Central Michigan Life sat down with Raisanen, who became president of the Mount Pleasant chapter of League in May, to talk about the organization’s plans and goals.