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With the spring semester comes "big plans" from the Student Government Association, says SGA President Chuck Mahone."We haven't announced it yet, but there will be hosting a big event that we hope can somewhat bring the student body together and raise awareness for certain issues," Mahone said.
The visual merchandising lab in Wightman Hall is not your average classroom. Instead of sitting through long lectures, fashion students get to experience firsthand what it is like to create your own store window display.
Students had the opportunity to receive free HIV testing last week, something that used to be available to them on campus every month at Central Michigan University.
While most people are caught up in a Star Wars-frenzy awaiting the premiere of a new movie on Dec.
With final exams rapidly approaching, students are gathering at study spots for some quiet, distraction-free study time.
May 12: CMU approved the designs of Victoria's Secret clothing to be sold at locations throughout Michigan.
Central Michigan University Polices and Mount Pleasant Police Department officials advise students to take their valuables with them when they leave over winter break to minimize temptations of break-ins.While incidents of breaking into residence halls over winter break are rare, MPPD officer Jeff Browne said they receive several reports each year of off-campus apartment and home invasions over winter break.
Chicago junior Cassius Tae spends a large portion of his
time in the Moore Hall recording studio, working to pursue music.
The Office of the President sent out a press release to Central Michigan University students at 5:17 p.m.
$6,757 in bottle openers, shot glasses, beer mugs and other alcohol-related accessories were sold in the Central Michigan Bookstore this year as of Nov.
Holly Burke, 30, chose to pursue a degree in education seven years ago. A mother of one and a non-traditional student, Pell grants eased the burden of tuition costs during the three years she studied at Mid Michigan Community College. Now, Burke is $56,000 in debt and still a year away from graduation.
Given the opportunity, a vast majority of Star Wars fans would most likely give up their possessions, jobs, and maybe even a few body parts, just to catch a glimpse of “The Force Awakens.”Everyone but Central Michigan University alumnus Keith Sintay, that is.
A long, long time ago, in a living room far, far away, George Lucas sat in front of a black and white television, most likely wide-eyed and munching on popcorn.
567 admissions have already been sold for the opening night of upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens on December 17.
Some of Star Wars fans already know the meaning behind the name “501st Legion”; a squadron of Stormtroopers and Sith that shows up to bring Star Wars’ wonders from the big screen to reality.According to John Henry, the Legion is an all-volunteer organization, formed by enthusiasts and fans willing to wear costumes of Star Wars characters and take part to specific events, including costumed charities and volunteer work.
Students in the English Language Institute (ELI) will be presenting New Friends from Abroad: CMU Welcomes International Diversity in the Museum of Cultural and Natural History in Rowe Hall Dec.
In a corner of the UC Center, close to the cafeteria, a refined small place welcomes students willing to find a good attire for their future interviews and formal events.
CMU football games have a proud tradition during home touchdowns. A cannon is shot off each time from the bunker. Less known however, is that CMU has The Redleg Cannon Club and its members are the ones behind the scene, shooting off the cannon.