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An image captured by Central Michigan University associate professor of physics, Axel Mellinger, was used to illustrate the most likely location in the sky where a black hole collision took place 1.3 billion light-years away. Scientists and a Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory team used his Milky Way panorama to help illustrate the discovery.
Sumaih Altalhi thinks there are many options in the residential restaurants on campus. Finding food to eat is only challenging when she can't tell what is in it.
Students and staff alike packed the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium tonight for “Storied Streets: Profiles of America’s Homelessness."
The Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and Delta Phi Epsilon sorority are hosting educational and fundraising events from Feb. 22 - Feb. 25 for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week and Delta Phi Epsilon's "Be True to You" week.
Justine Tuma is known in the dance community for her flawless ballet performances at Central Michigan's University Theater Dance Company.
Sigma Chi and Sigma Pi fraternities will compete in a rivalry hockey game to raise money for cancer research Saturday during the second annual Sigma Freeze.
After eating meals served in the dining halls as an undergraduate, Jessika Kennedy said she developed high cholesterol, which she attributes to eating unhealthy food served to students as part of mandatory residential meal plans.
A $33,435 grant was awarded to Central Michigan University for a pilot program aimed at educating students about sexual misconduct awareness and prevention, said Title IX Coordinator Katherine Lasher.
There have been four
suicide attempts by Central Michigan University students since Jan. 31 -- three on campus and one off campus.
The weekly roundup of the top headlines for Central Michigan Life include the ongoing investigation of a student death, a lawsuit filed against a former St. Mary's priest and the former kicker from the football team walking on to Iowa.
Central Michigan University chose an elevator contractor, Otis, with the quickest response time available to service its 80 elevators on campus.
Dressed in all black, and reciting poems, students explained who it was in their life that impacted their culture and character.
Poetry and sign language are used to tell the story of self-discovery in "Mother Hicks," set in Illinois during the Great Depression.
With sexually transmitted infection testing no longer free at Foust Medical Clinic, students may want to turn elsewhere after Valentine's Day for their yearly check-up. They should, however, still be ready to pay a fee.
Students rubbing shoulders with executives from Fortune 500 companies is not an everyday occurrence -- yet that is exactly what happened in McGuirk Arena on Thursday.
Theories about extraterrestrial life are the central theme of a book published in September by Communication and Dramatic Arts faculty member Joe Packer.
A quick Google search using the phrase "Central Michigan University notable alumni" returns links for musicians, actors, athletes and more. It will also bring you to the website of wife, mother and adult film actress, Tracey Livermore.
Out of 40 music students, Grace Pawluszka was handpicked for a music program because of her skills playing the saxophone.
After another woman showed interest in her during class, Katherine Visger friended her on Facebook and asked if her classmate was interested in casually hooking up.
The Student Government Association, Phi Delta Theta
fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity and Residence Hall Assembly will
host a dodgeball tournament on Feb. 20 to raise money for Flint.