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said it’s important for students to remember people celebrate winter holidays
other than Christmas.“Before
(students) go to Thanksgiving next week, the Unified Holiday Celebration brings
awareness to other holidays,” said Cantuba, who is a student staff assistant in
the Multicultural Academic Student Services office.The Unified
Holiday Celebration was hosted by MASS in the Bovee University Center Rotunda
on Thursday, Nov.
Tuesday night, starting at 5 o’clock MJ Murphy beauty college hosted a charity “Treat Yo Self” event.
Members of Transcend spoke about contemporary trans issues
at Trans 201 sessions on Wednesday. During the sessions, students had the
opportunity to ask questions in a safe space.
Transcend president Ash Alexander and vice president Kai
Neizgoda covered macro issues that affect trans individuals, such as violence,
mental health and economic disparity, in addition to micro issues.
Microaggressions include misgendering people, asking invasive questions, making
assumptions and not allowing trans individuals to use the correct bathrooms.
Neizgoda said microaggressions, which are often present in people’s daily
lives, add up and have an impact on people.One example of invasive questioning they shared was Caitlyn
Jenner being asked about the difficulties of being a woman.
After metals including lead, copper and mercury were found in the North Art Studio over the summer at levels above Occupational Safety and Health Administration-recommended housekeeping limits, Sherry Knight said the building was cleaned successfully. She said no health concerns have been confirmed related to the studio contamination.A mechanical room on the second floor of the North Arts Studio still contains a few pieces of contaminated ductwork that are not in use and have been sealed and contained.
Numerous items were stolen from multiple unlocked vehicles in Lexington Ridge and Deerfield Village apartment complexes between the late evening hours of Oct.
Isabella County Animal Control is seeking the public's assistance for information pertaining to a stray pitbull who was found severely emaciated last week in Mount Pleasant."Every effort to return Doug to a state of good health is being made," said Executive Director of Animal Control Summer Dubois.
With over 75 students on the waiting list last week at the Counseling Center, students are not guaranteed to have a counseling session at the center before the end of the semester.“We are in a very unusual circumstance this year,” said the Director of the Counseling Center Ross Rapaport.
Clothing Inc., a non-profit organization, gives free clothing to anyone in Isabella County including Central Michigan University students.Customers are allowed to take up to 6 outfits at a time with additional outfits priced at 25 cents.
The “Play on the Way – Mobile Recreation” program is being put together by Central Michigan University Professor Lori Irwin. Many local communities are left without any recreational structure or real leisure activities, she said.“We want to bring recreation programs to rural areas," Irwin said.
upbeat dances and energetic performances, the Indian Students Association
brought Diwali, a traditional Indian celebration that represents light over
darkness, to Central Michigan University.ISA hosted
Diwali Night, or “the festival of lights,” on Nov.
A select group of dedicated photojournalism students had their work on display Saturday afternoon to share the stories they captured about migration.The FENCES: Faces of Migration CMU Photojournalism Workshop Presentation took place at 2 p.m.
More than one person was taken to the hospital when a car accident was called in at 7:53 p.m.
Oklahoma! will be presented by CMU's theatre and music students. Bush Theatre to see Rodgers and Hammerstein’s historic musical Oklahoma!, presented by CMU’s theatre and music students.
Gender stereotypes and discrimination were discussed at "The Gentlemen's Club" event hosted by the Organization of Women Leaders for Women’s Empowerment Week in Pearce Hall Room 128 on Wednesday night.Two groups, one comprised of women and the other of men, discussed on stage the main issues involving gender inequality.
When Alana D'Ambrosio-Berry was sleeping Halloween night, she was awoken suddenly by screams of terror on Crawford Road.A resident of Bilbrael Street, a side street off of Crawford, she rushed to her window to see what was happening.
Trans Week of Awareness is being recognized by events that will take place next week. The events are sponsored by the registered student organization, Transcend, and the Office of LGBTQ Services.A panel discussion on navigating romantic relationships as a trans person and as a cis person dating trans folk will involve panelists sharing their experiences and answering questions. The Trans Relationships Panel will be at 7 p.m.
While campaigning for the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014, Bryan Mielke was disturbed by the amount of poverty he noticed in Mount Pleasant.
The sexual education event titled "#ItsNotThatWeird," kicked off the first day of Women’s Empowerment Week hosted by the Organization of Women Leaders on Monday night in Pearce Hall.
Southfield sophomore Shannon Stoudemire said she knows it is time to focus on herself when she begins to experience high anxiety, a loss in interests, and a depletion of her overall happiness. School alone can take a toll on physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing, and especially in combination with extra-curricular activities, working, and balancing a social life.
The Organization of Women Leaders, a registered student organization at Central Michigan University that promotes the gender equality and feminist ideals, is hosting Women's Empowerment Week starting Nov.