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In January 2017, a new president will take the oath of office on the steps of the United States Capitol building. On March 8, Michigan residents will vote for a candidate to represent their party in the race to be the next president of the United States.
Brandon Darsow’s biggest complaint about his roommate is that she has a tendency to wake him up late at night by hanging off his television stand and meowing loudly.
The presidential primaries led a heated Speak Up Speak Out forum last night in the Charles V. Park Library auditorium. Back-and-fourth discussion of panelists and students debating president candidates led to the audience dwindling down early as people left in frustration.
Spring and winter breaks are used by Facilities Management to continue ongoing renovation projects without inconveniencing students, faculty and staff.
Two students injured by a vehicle on Mission and Broomfield streets have been identified as Freeland senior Benjamin Dans and Roseville sophomore Richard Campbell Jr.
The Office of Diversity Education will host its first diversity and inclusion symposium from 8:15 a.m. to noon on Wednesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
After creating designs for jewelry, shoes and body adornments last semester, Kimberly Johnson was able to print out her creations into three dimensional objects.
Emilee Monville was one of ten student artists who received an award at the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition reception for her ceramic zombie depiction of the Sesame Street character, Elmo.
The world of scientific research is changing and Lake senior Jennifer Webb is taking advantage of new technology.
Spring Break is on its way, but before students leave for vacation, they should prepare their rooms and secure their belongings.
The application process for becoming a Resident Assistant, one of the most competitive job applications on campus, ended on March 3.
Some of the top headlines this week from Feb. 19-26 included our coverage of former St. Mary's University Parish priest, Denis Heames, when he was placed on leave for boundary violations for his sexual relationship with a student, coverage of the snow storm that resulted in Thursday's snow day. Check out all of the top news stories:
With the upcoming presidential election, both Republican and Democrats are narrowing down their choices for who will represent their party for the November election.
There were five car accidents and one slip-and-fall incident that happened on campus yesterday, Feb. 24, said Central Michigan University Police Lt. Cameron Wassman.
After the contaminated water in Flint made headlines the past month, student groups have been collaborating at Central Michigan University to raise money, water and resources for the people of Flint who are affected.
The Center for Clinical Experiences will host a teacher
candidate conference Friday in the Education and Human Services Building.
A therapist who has sex with a client could lose their license. The same goes for a doctor who has sex with a patient.
Artist and Professor at Kendal College of Art and Design, Natalie Wetzel, selected 62 works by 43 artists for the 2016 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
The first African American to earn a doctorate degree at Harvard Univresity — W.E.B DuBois — and the African American poet, novelist and play write — Langston Hughes — were some of the answers in the Black History Family Feud game show event on Tuesday night.