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Hospitality students in professor Gary Gagnon’s HAS 240 class took a tour of the construction site of the new Courtyard Marriot hotel that is scheduled to open on Central Michigan University's campus in July 2016. The new hotel features ten penthouse suites on the sixth floor, including balconies and meeting rooms overlooking Kelly/Shorts Stadium, a fitness center, indoor pool and hot tub, and a courtyard with a fire pit for guests to use for entertaining.“I think this is going to be one of the nicer hotels in Mount Pleasant,” said Brooke Morrell, a freshman from Illinois. “Especially for parents to come stay at and visit their kids like the football player’s parents.
A consumer advisory was issued today for Uncle John's Old Fashioned Apple Cider, produced by Uncle John's Cider Mill in St.
A student bereavement policy was passed in the Senate but not in the House last Monday was amended and passed in tonight's Student Government Association Meeting.Within the policy, a friendly amendment was made to change the word "abused" to "exploited." The overall language of the bill was not changed and an overwhelming vote in favor of the bill ensured it was passed within the House.
Rick RautanenWe understand students are a huge part of the community, but in recent years we've seen a change in behavior.
There are 413 registered student organizations at Central Michigan University, but few students know how to navigate the designated website meant to house information on RSOs.Orgsync is the website that contains all information on RSOs All RSO’s offered by CMU can easily be found in one place.
Freshmen honors students experienced a full-circle service experience as volunteers last Thursday, Oct. 22 at their 8th annual Silent Auction.The Honors Program Freshman Philanthropy put on the fundraiser, and donated the proceeds to Community Compassion Network, which works with the Mobile Food Pantry in Isabella County.
Portia Brown and Angela Hill are downtown
in a Mount Pleasant bar.
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.
How far would you go for a friend? Well for Plymouth Sophomore Madeline Michels and her mother Kallie Michels, the answer is 60 miles.Almost immediately upon hearing Livonia CMU almnus Lisa Massie was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer this past January, Madeline wanted to do something to help with research, her mother said.
The stage lights flashed as the floor vibrated with music. Suddenly, the room was dark, only the back tables and bar illuminated as the music softened from all corners of the Ale House.
Transgenderism among people of color was a central theme for South-Asian artists Alok Vald-Menon and Janani Balasubramanlan as they performed slam poetry as a part of Coming Out Month.The poetry performance was titled “DarkMatter," and took place Friday night at the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
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.
“Strike Out Breast Cancer” will be held at the Student Activity Center bowling alley to raise money for the Cancer Research Foundation Oct.
CMU Marching BandMost
people are unaware that inside the group of around 250 students that make up
Central Michigan University’s marching band, there’s a hidden world full of
traditions, bonds and history.
Central Michigan University Campus Police’s annual fire and safety report revealed that the number of drug violations have nearly doubled and liquor violations have increased by over hundred in the past year alone. There were 125 drug law violations referred for disciplinary actions in 2014 compared to only 65 in 2013.
"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" will be performed by a shadow cast three different nights on Halloween weekend by Alpha Psi Omega, the National Theatre Honor Society at Central Michigan University.From Thursday night, Oct.
Thrive Community Church will be hosting a free worship concert with The Spark in Plachta Auditorium on Nov.
A new workout facility with an enclosed full size basketball court and workout equipment will be available to residents of Tallgrass Apartments.Operations manager Jill Simons said the complex is set to open the first week of November this year.
are very few books in higher education that make the news, especially these,”
said professor Meryl Mowery, in reference to Academically Adrift, and Aspiring
Adults Adrift by Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa.
Central Michigan University’s Parking Services reported residence hall parking lots are completely filled for the first time in 10 years.