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Masses of students lined the streets Saturday night as the last day of Welcome Weekend hit Mount Pleasant full force. This year, police instituted a "zero tolerance policy" for some past behavior, upping their presence with officers from departments across central Michigan. "Last year, the city commissioners said behavior during Welcome Weekend was not acceptable, so we decided to utilize some different resources to ensure safety," said Mount Pleasant Police Officer Jeff Browne.
Dr. Daniel Wilkerson from McLaren Central Michigan We have quite a few people coming in more intoxicated than they probably should be.
Multimedia editor Sam Nuerminger has RSO's answer the question "Why should I join" in ten seconds or less.
About 2,000 incoming freshmen participated in Central Michigan University’s Leadership Safari this year, the largest amount of participants to date.Safari is designed to help students become acquainted with campus before the semester starts.
Pedestrians in parks across Mount Pleasant paused to watch coolers, inflatable tubes and Central Michigan University Students as they floated down the Chippewa River this afternoon.A Facebook event and word of mouth gathered about 100 people at Chipp-A-Waters park on Friday afternoon.
Central Michigan University’s Campus Programing Fund will not be seeing an increase for this academic school year.In Feb.
When “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” premieres March 25, I will be able to say I was fortunate enough to see how it was made by working on-set as an extra.Unfortunately, it was one of the last movies that received support from the state before our legislators gutted the Michigan Film Office.We need to support the film industry in Michigan.
This fall, students will need to comply with several city ordinance changes made during the summer.-Changes during the summer-Side bar on city drinking ordinancesPublic hearing set for M-2 CodificationWaste ordinancesPilot recycling programAdditional code enforcement officerRaising parking ticket fees on some streets General topic of student behavior
Welcome Weekend is a time of celebration.For some, it's the first time they will step foot on Central Michigan University's campus.
It will be hard to avoid the police this Welcome Weekend. Every officer from the Mount Pleasant and Central Michigan University police departments, as well as Michigan State Troopers and officers from surrounding departments, will be on duty. Officer Jeff Browne of MPPD said the goal is to protect both students and residents, as well as personal property.
CM-Life Editor-in-Chief Malachi Barrett gives you the run down on what CM-Life has in store for you in the upcoming semester
When freshman Adaeze Ekowa sat down for lunch with her Leadership Safari group, pink paper bag in hand, she expected a nice afternoon with her friends.
Military-friendly campusBy Kate CarlsonNews Editor@k8erzzAfter serving for five years in the Navy at Hawaii and Virginia bases, Holly Mills is taking online classes this year at Central Michigan University.“I just heard they were knowledgeable about the GI bill,” said the Saginaw freshman, when asked if her decision to attend CMU had been based off the number of resources the university offers veterans.CMU was recognized by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency for the 2015-16 academic year, ranking the highest level in their new Veteran-Friendly School program.
University Theatre will present a wide variety of shows this season at Central Michigan University.
A public hearing on several changes to the M-2 district, which is primarily occupied by students, is set for Sept.
Back again to kick off the start of the school year, Mainstage 2015 promises to draw in crowds in the thousands on Saturday. Damon Brown, Director of the Office of Student Activities and Involvement, cites Mainstage as a great way for students to learn how to get involved on campus.
Program Board President Kaylee Bloom wants to switch things up. During her inaugural year as president, Bloom said she doesn't want to get stuck in the routines typical of her organization."We do the same thing every year," she said.
Alumnus Kevin Cotter will serve as the Grand Marshal for the
2015 Homecoming Parade. The festivities will take place Oct.
Officers at the Central Michigan University Police Department are hoping students will no longer have to wait almost an hour for a ride from Safe Rides. In place since 2002, the use of the program has grown significantly, said Lt.
Matthew Sous saw his first proposal as a city commissioner pass during the Aug. 10 meeting. On a mission to make recycling accessible for more Mount Pleasant residents and students, Sous proposed the program, which passed along with several amendments to the city's solid waste ordinance. "Passing this will be a huge step forward for the city of Mount Pleasant," Sous said.