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In 2018, we have countless ways to interact with each other. Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook are just a few of the social media platforms that millions of people use every day. With the constant tweeting, snapping and posting, we get to see more of other people's lives than ever before.
Last night, I attended a town hall to participate in the Mount Pleasant branding project.
In sports, politics, business and just about everything else that makes the world go ‘round, there is almost always a winner and a loser.
I truly fell in love with the Great Lakes on a spontaneous trip to Lake Huron, and the memory is still as beautiful as the waters I dived into.
Central Michigan University's campus has a cycle — students come, they wonder and leave, making it difficult for students to combat campus short-term memory.
Is it everything you thought it would be? Or has your experience changed over the years, morphing into something your freshman self wouldn't be able to recognize?
Central Michigan University has been doing a lot of things wrong lately. I was able to witness one of those missteps first hand.
To fulfill your goals, you need to utilize us. You need to support us.
Remember, we are the voice of the students.
We are students. We care about what you care about.
I suspect you’re feeling that ache right now. I loved my grandma very much, just as I’m sure you loved your parents. You see, James, you’re not the only one who’s watched a family member die in front of you, although I admit our circumstances were vastly different.
Never be afraid to take that next step — at anything in life. No matter how nervous your step may be, put your foot on the ground and walk right in.
A few weeks ago I was having a conversation about society and politics when the person I was talking to said, “It was just better in the 1950s. Life was good for everyone, and people actually trusted the government.”
On April 22, nearly 200 people took to the streets to march in the annual SlutWalk.
Last Thursday, I checked off another thing from my bucket list — I saw Jack White of The White Stripes perform at Little Caesars Arena.
Earth’s white blanket has withered away and bikes are being unchained on Central Michigan University’s campus.
It is time to share the sidewalk.
A reason I often hear for why people in my generation don't vote is they don’t believe the outcome of the election will make much of a difference in their lives.
This could not be less accurate.
As noble as the sentiment of denying FOIA to protect the identity and safety of sexual violence victims may be on its face, neither the university nor its students benefit from the act of hiding the prevalence of sexual crimes on its campus.
Ingram's inspiring story is one that should inspire college students to persevere in their academic career, especially as the end of the 2018 year concludes.
Every student has a goal in mind or a dream to be more than they are presently. Central Michigan University provides opportunity, but it is up to the student to work, believe and persist through difficulty.
Because the university wanted to keep Football Coach John Bonamego here, we found the money to increase his wages.
Will administrators find the money to help provide the counseling services students are demanding?
In a time where giving up seems to be the next best option — don’t. Look at these students. Look at the impact they are making.
These young people are the future.
Too often I catch myself applauding this era for being one of liberation, where individuality and sexual freedom are celebrated. Usually, soon I am quickly shot down by little reminders.