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The following are responses from members of the CMU community regarding the WCMU public broadcasting auction. Good morning, I wanted to take a short bit of time this morning to ask you to please not sell our PBS stations!
To the Editor: Central Michigan University’s Register, Educate, Vote CMU (REVCMU) is asking students if they dare make their dreams come true and share Martin Luther King, Jr.’s visionary dream of an America where every voice counts.Many students do not vote simply because they haven’t educated themselves on politics, the candidates or the issues at stake.
To the Editor of CM-Life,People with disabilities are among the most marginalized groups in the world today.
To the Editor,Your recent article (“Student organization struggles to eliminate bottled water without administration's support”; Nov 29) does not take in account why so many Americans choose bottled water and why it is a good option in addition to tap water.
To the Editor of CM Life,Have you ever walked into a classroom where everyone’s head turns and you realize all eyes are on you?
To the editor of CMLife,This year alone, there were more than 500,000 homeless people in the United States according to a study done by Reuters.
To the editor,The democrats had their second debate this past Saturday 24 hours after one of the biggest terrorist attacks of the past few years.
As members of American Legion Post 165, we would sincerely like to thank the students of Central Michigan University Communication class who presented and managed the Christmas Food Basket Fundraiser Event at the Midland American Legion Post 165.Their attention to detail and tireless work ethic made the event a great success.
I grew up in Mount Pleasant having enjoyed the lifelong benefits of my Mount Pleasant High School and Central Michigan University education where my good fortune in the media business was incubated.
To the Editor;Mount Pleasant is electing three City Commissioners Tuesday. That election could determine if next spring, when you are looking for a place to live a landlord can rent you a home or a lovely closet with dual occupancy.
In compliance with the Federally mandated Clery Act, Central Michigan University reported three forcible sexual offenses in 2010, five in 2011, seven in 2012 - and one non-forcible - and eight in 2013.In 2013, based on 26,841 students, CMU's rate of sexual assault per thousand students is 0.3 percent, which is not that different than other universities. Ferris University has a rate of 0.3 percent, Eastern Michigan University's rate is 0.5 percent, Michigan State University's is 0.5 percent, Western Michigan University's is 0.5 percent, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor's is 0.5 percent and Wayne State University's rate is 0.2 percent.
Sunday, around noon, I was checking out of a local grocery store when I noticed that I did not have my bankcard with me – only some cash.
TO THE EDITOR:I suspect that Enbridge Line 5 has probably exceeded its design life expectancy.
With the 2014 elections over, Michigan lawmakers can no longer ignore Michigan’s pipeline ticking time bomb.
Students in various schools are always wanting to be involved with something, whether it be volunteering, clubs, programs, or sports.
TO THE EDITOR:I write you today about a pretty serious problem in our quaint little college town.
TO THE EDITOR: We began our day Monday morning reading the front page article in Central Michigan Life about our bakery written by Ben Solis and photographed by Sarah White.
To the Editor of CM Life,Volunteering is a fundamental part of education that many students neglect; it develops character, empathy, and other admirable qualities.
TO THE EDITOR:Central Michigan University is considering if they should expel students who have committed sexual assault.