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A West Campus Village apartment building containing six rooms was demolished yesterday, Oct. 15.United Apartments has removed the old building and is rebuilding it with new amenities and a more modern floor plan, said United Apartments Operations Manager Rick McGuirk.“We are replacing it as part of a replacement plan to make it consistent with amenities today’s students expect to see,” McGuirk said.Students planned to live in one of the six rooms in the now-demolished apartment building were placed in other units available throughout campus.The building that was torn down in West Campus Village was put into service in 1982, and hadn’t been updated since then.
The religion department at Central Michigan University held a screening of the documentary “Give Me Sex, Jesus,” a film exploring many Christians' views on sex, marriage and what it means to be “pure.” The film told the stories of religious leaders and scholars, Christian couples and LGBTQ youth in order to answer the question, “As a Christian, when is it okay to have sex?”The documentary was shown Thursday afternoon in Anspach Hall.Swartz Creek freshman Kaitlyn Anderson said they were drawn in by the film’s rather controversial title. “I’m a Christian, so I’m intrigued by what they have to say about religion and sexuality, because those two don’t usually go together,” Anderson said.
The Student Government Association's annual "We're a Culture, Not a Costume" awareness event was met with a largely negative response from the student population Wednesday afternoon after the diversity sub-committee utilized blackface in a racist Halloween costume demonstration."(We're a Culture, Not a Costume) is a campaign that we've done for three years except this time we did it live," said Chuck Mahone, President of SGA.
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.
The football game against Buffalo this weekend will serve as the annual Military Appreciation Football Game.From 10 a.m.
The Pho Viet restaurant – formerly Lil’ Chef – and Antiques
Center of Mount Pleasant are iconic pieces of Mission Street's identity.
The international student population at Central Michigan University has doubled since 2009. Of the 1175 international students on campus, 444 are currently taking courses in english competency to adapt to CMU's curriculum.These courses, offered by the English Language Institute, are intended to acclimate non-english speaking students to the language so that it is possible for them to take courses."The English Language Institute is for students who have not met the university's language proficiency and need a little more language support before they can take academic classes," said Assistant Director Caitlin Hamstra.Students are placed into one of five levels according to their english needs, Hamstra said. The basic level is for students with virtually no english experience.
There is now an app called “Pocket Points” available where students gain points by not using their phones in class or while they are studying.
Hayley McNichol noticed that whenever something went wrong in an old science fiction film, a character would comment on how things were beginning to feel queer as a way to describe their bad environment. Once having meant strange and been used as a derogatory term, ‘queer’ has evolved into an umbrella term for those in the LGBTQ+ community.However, because of the history and connotation behind it, the Farwell senior said she finds it to be an almost dehumanizing word. “I think the only people using it should be the people who identify themselves as queer or genderqueer, not just let it be thrown around,” McNichol said.
Two men who dreamed of having lifelong careers in sports testified about their experiences as gay men in college athletics on Monday night.Athletics do not have most inclusive environment.
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.
One of the biggest and most visible and tangible was the supreme court decision was to extend marriage equality to all 50 states.
Going back to the day I asked you to be in my story, what was your reaction to that?I had been wanting to come out for a while because I was tired of skirting around it.
When Stephanie Mince started college, she wanted to be
herself from the beginning.
The freshman, who came out about a month ago, said Central
Michigan University seemed like a more accepting environment than high school
because people are from a variety of places and backgrounds.In high school, she waited years to tell her friends, but it
was easier to talk to them and be around them once she was out.“I figured if I was just out from the start in college, I
can just be that person I am the whole time and not have to wait,” Mince said.
Dogs are usually not participants in road races, but they were for Central Michigan University’s Pre-Vet fundraiser.The Pre-Vet club hosted its third annual Doggy Dash on Saturday morning.
Olivia Manitowabi-McCullough never dreamed of earning a college degree while growing up on the Hannahville Indian Tribe reservation in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
For the first time in 10 years, residence halls parking lots are filled to capacity forcing students in dorms to park elsewhere on campus.Kim Speet, director of parking services, says that there's little the university can do in regards to lack of parking spaces."This is the first time in the past 10 years the residence hall lots have been filled to capacity in the fall semester," she said.
Comparing CMU Campus Dorms (Standard vs. Upgraded) There are 22 dormitories on Central’s campus.
The idea of bringing the first ever on-campus farmers market to Central Michigan University’s campus became reality yesterday.Campus Grow, a registered student organization that focuses on farming and agriculture, held the first on-campus farmer’s market on Oct.