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From providing access to healthcare
in Belize to developing a social media presence for a rotating
homeless shelter, students have completed various service-learning projects
through Central Michigan University.
According to CMU
Service-Learning Coordinator, academic service-learning projects begin with genuine
Filling Staples Family Concert Hall
with saxophone music, Central Michigan University students, high school
students, professors, alumni and other guests attended Saxophone Day at CMU.
CMU Professor of
Saxophone John Nichol and the CMU Saxophone Studio hosted Saxophone Day 2015,
an event that takes place every other year, in the Music Building on Sunday,
March 29.“It’s a very
exciting time for us, the Saxophone Studio at CMU, and also for our guests that
come in, which include amateurs, high school students and professionals,” Nichol
invited saxophonists from across the state, including high school students and
alumni, to listen to guest artist Chien-Kwan Lin, learn more about the
instrument and play in the Michigan Saxophone Ensemble at the end of the event.Myles Boothroyd,
CMU alumnus and Eastman School of Music graduate student, returned to CMU to
perform on Saturday before Saxophone Day.
Behavioral analyst Eric French found his niche here at Central Michigan University in his early twenties.
A National Epidemiologic Study on Alcohol and Related Conditions revealed that almost half of college-age individuals had a diagnosable psychiatric disorder in the past year.
Mount Pleasant senior Samantha Pina and junior Joseph Pina sat in the audience, watching the New Venture Competition winning businesses continuously be called on stage for their award.
The Michigan Department of Natural Sciences is working closely with biology department faculty Kevin Pangle and some of his ecology students to conduct research steelhead fish species being studied in 40 different streams in the Lake Michigan Basin.“It gives me more of a real world application for research,” said graduate student Nicole Watson.
On Sunday, March
29, Professor of Saxophone John Nichol and the CMU Saxophone Studio will host
Saxophone Day at Central Michigan University’s School of Music.
interested in hearing the saxophone music can attend and any student or adult
saxophonist can register to perform in the event by emailing Professor John
Nichol. Nichol said
saxophonists can register to perform in the event and they will have a rehearsal
at 12 p.m.
After rescheduling his interview for his Communication and Fine Arts Dean twice, Steven Block told the search committee he's the kind of person who will find a way around obstacles.Block is one of three candidates who went through the interview process as a candidate.
Despite a low turnout Wednesday night, SGA delivered a Women in Politics panel in Park Library Auditorium which encouraged attendees to challenge what they knew about the political sphere and women involvement.Panelists included current SGA Vice President, Mariah Urueta, former SGA President, Marie Reimers, student activist Portia Brown and CMU alumna, Hayley Alderman.Opening the panel, Reimers gave a brief introduction on notable women in politics.
While students at Central Michigan University were enjoying spring break, political science faculty Maureen Eke was marching for women.Eke was one of six United States representatives who attended the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, which lasted from March 9 to March 20 in New York City.
Though Monday night’s SGA meeting will not feature a meeting from either the House or the Senate due to the Presidential Press Conference, it will still be one week since Senate has been called for recess.
After almost two semesters of preparation, the New Venture Competition competitors are making last minute adjustments to their business in hopes of winning the $30,000 prize on Friday.Mount Pleasant junior Sam Pina and her teammate, senior Joe Pina, of the Revolve Replication team will be spending the remaining days until the competition going over presentation and making sure all their loose ends are tied up by calling different organizations to receive last minute feedback.
Monday night’s SGA Presidential Press conference illuminated the key points in which President Chuck Mahone and running mate Maggie Blackmer intend to hit during their 2015/2016 time in office.Their talking points included getting bigger desks for students to use in classrooms and making attaining rooms around campus easier for RSO and SGA sponsored events.The desk issue, Blackmer said, derives from a need to accommodate students of all shapes and sizes.“We believe that it is extremely embarrassing and plain absurd that a student who may be bigger set is unable to sit in those types of (small) desks and have to, unfortunately, sit in a handicapped seat in the classroom,” Blackmer said.
This year, the
Michigan Association of Broadcasters awarded College Television Station of the
Year to Central Michigan University’s Moore Hall Television for the 14th
Central Michigan Life’s advertising and public relations departments took top honors at this year’s College Media Business and Advertising Managers conference, March 18 - 21 in Chicago.CMBAM awards student media for top advertising, marketing, public relations, design and social media.
Before the doors opened at the Staples Family Concert Hall, Saturday March 21 for the Marriage of Figaro performance from the Department of Music, many people gathered outside of the hall, optimistic of this long anticipated opera. The show had been cast almost a year ago toward and the audience members were anxious about how the performance would turn out.“I had heard of this opera but I had never seen it,” said Clinton Township sophomore Alexia Ellison, who is a music major. A heavy portion of the audience was composed of strong-supporting family members, ready to give congratulations to the cast in different pastels of bouquets.
The Ojibwe word for pow wow is jiingtamok. Pow wows have been held for centuries and are significant to the Native American Tribes as times for social gathering. Central Michigan University's pow wow committee is tasked with building the Celebration Life Pow Wow year-to-year.
Two winners from a December indie game competition and their professor share their secrets for building a crowd-favorite video game.
Central Michigan University's WMHW-FM and Moore Hall TV were named radio and television Stations of the Year by the Broadcast Education Association.The radio station won the BEA's Student Media Advisers Signature Station award.
Transitioning into college life can be hard for students who have never experience the new lifestyle.