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The comedy group, Trap Door Improv, welcomed seven new people to its cast a few weeks ago to prepare for seniors that are graduating at the end of this year.Trap Door Improv is an improv comedy troupe sponsored by University Theatre at Central Michigan University. They held open casting tryouts on Jan. 30.
Filed six internal complaints. University ordered training after but it was never completed. CMU denied discrimination, retaliationMediation didn't work.
Despite her motivation to take on three majors, Kelsey Mankel said her biggest challenge is mastering playing the oboe.“The oboe is a tricky instrument, because you can’t have expectations about it; dynamics, quality, shape, material and even weather deeply influence its sound,” she said. While playing the oboe in the marching band, symphonic ensemble and other music groups, Mankel has a major in psychology, neuroscience and music.“They all involve the brain in its different parts and shades.
The University Art Gallery will feature both the Bachelor of Fine Arts 2015 exhibition and Gestalt: Pieces of a Whole exhibition from Dec.
Risqué musical theatre entertainment can be found in the production of "Rocky Horror Picture Show," put on by Central Michigan University theatre students this Halloween weekend.For Owosso junior Kailey Grubb, it will be her first time taking part in the performance.
Goals you hope to achieve as dean:“We’re certainly looking at bridging different disciplines and looking at different ways to provide students with what they’re excited about.”“I’m really interested in connecting our students externally outside the campus through community engagement kinds of activities.
The robotic noise of 30 3D printers could be heard Thursday at the grand opening of the MakerBot Innovation Center.“I’m very excited, this is an opportunity for students to completely rethink the way they develop garments and accessories for sale to fashion marketing,” said fashion merchandising and design professor, Michael Mamp, who teaches 3D Printing in Fashion (FMD 565).Financial sponsorship and collaboration between the College of Communication and Fine Arts, the College of Education and Human Services and the Provost and President’s office supported the large-scale 3D printing operation located in Wightman Hall room 143.
Christopher Fowler, CMU basketball player and senior in Theatre and Interpretation has his first performance at Central Michigan University in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”, as “Spike”. The play is taking place Oct.
In the exhibit “Gender,” currently on display in the University Art Gallery, everything from photographs of androgynous models in various stages of undress, to a looped video of a woman pricking herself on a cactus is on display.The exhibit opened Thursday, featuring ten artists from the United States, Canada and South Korea made art for the exhibit under the theme of gender identity, masculinity, femininity and transgenderism.Among the art on display was a series of glass cases that contained various dieting books for young women, with a sign along the bottom that read “In case of emergency, break glass”. There was also a painting of two male models with the words “THIS IS AMERICA” printed across their sculpted abs asked the viewer, “Which word do you emphasize?” The front of the gallery featured the work of Catherine Forster, who said her work was inspired by her 13-year-old transgender daughter. “This is the age where a lot of individuals come out,” Forster said.
Collaboration between the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the College of Education and Human Services is bringing a MakerBot Center of Innovation to Wightman Hall Room 143.The provost and deans from colleges contributed to the project, which was budgeted at $350,000.
Alumni will take over the student radio station, WMHW-FM 91.5, all weekend for 48 hours from midnight Friday until Midnight Saturday for the 16th annual Alumni Takeover.Brianne Tucker is one of the alumni who is more recently graduated that will be on the air for the takeover this weekend.Tucker is currently a University of Farmers Brand Ambassador in Grand Rapids, and graduated from CMU's Broadcast and Cinematic Arts college in 2004."I'm not one of those people who wishes they were still a college student, I like my life now," Tucker said.
For every actor on stage during a theatre production, there
are probably two to four other people who have worked on the production that
people never see, said Director of University Theatre Steve Berglund.
He said there were about 200 students involved in University
Theatre productions last year and those 200 students filled 500 positions
because of the number of people it takes to put on shows.“What’s really cool about theatre is how many people are
involved in telling a story,” said Grayling senior Damon Hunter.
Four Central Michigan University alumni will be inducted into the journalism Hall of Fame on Nov.
Central Michigan University’s summer repertory theater company opened their season with “Don’t Dress for Dinner” at Bush Theatre on June 24. The comedy entertained an audience of around 225.
International Children's Books: Celebrating the Recent GiftsThe Exhibit "International Children's Books: Celebrating the Recent Gifts" will take be open 8 a.m.
Janet Hethorn is the next dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.Currently director of the Delaware Design Institute and professor of art at the University of Delaware, Hethorn will begin her leadership duties at Central Michigan University Aug.
The smell of ink and gasoline fill the air by the North Campus Art Studio as students in Johanna Paas’ Advanced Printmaking class bustle about with their rollers and slabs of wood.
Christ Central Choir performed at Staples Family Concert
Hall for the first time on Sunday, April 26.
Joining the Central Michigan University Women’s Chorus for
the Diverse Voices spring concert,
Christ Central Choir, directed by Kebby Kelly, performed at the beginning of
the concert and sang alongside the Women’s Chorus, directed by Alan T.
The University Theatre Dance Company will host their annual company concert at 7:30 p.m. on April 25 in Bush Theater in Moore Hall.They will perform for a second time at 2 p.m.
Graduate students will be revealing stories Central Michigan University's involvement in World War I next Thursday at 4:00 p.m.