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Central Michigan University’s School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts is set to honor one of their own.
Fighting for dominance as Central Michigan University’s top emcee, $50 and a meet-and-greet with hip-hop icon Ludacris, eight students flowed and free-styled during a rap battle event in celebration of the university’s Hip Hop Week.Hosted by Program Board, Collective Action for Cultural Unity (C.A.C.U), and Men About Change, the battle of words and wits was held in the Bovee University Center auditorium before a crowd of more than100 people.Nicos Phoenix, a transfer student and communications major from Detroit, signed up after hearing about the event from another artist.
To some, the idea of affiliating college aged students with alcohol seems to be the beginning of a bad idea.
According to “Death in the Heat: Can Football Heat Stroke Be Prevented?” a Current Sports Medicine Report written by William O.
About 140 students, faculty and members of the community came to the UC Rotunda on Tuesday to discuss the difficult subjects of race, the role of the police and of course, soup Soup and Substance partnering with Speak Up, Speak Out held "Ferguson to Mount Pleasant" to discuss how the shooting with Michael Brown relates to the community and culture on campus.
The SAP certification offered by Central Michigan University enables students to see how a modern enterprise system functions."The purpose of what we’re doing is to get an upper hand to a Central Michigan University student," said Frank Andera, director of the SAP University Alliance Program.
The Student Services Committee discussed peer to peer groups at the Student Government Association meeting on Monday.Peer to peer groups are designed to create interaction among students with disabilities and students without disabilities.
Deb Zellner has brought together an "A-Team" of industry professionals to make the Isabella Bank Institute of Entrepreneurship one of the leading programs in Michigan business."Deb has been part of leading Michigan investor groups for five or six years," said Chuck Crespy, dean of the College of Business.
Completed in the summer, the
Joan Brausch remembers a time when her two children could go through college on nothing more than a job at Burger King and minimal student loans.
A month into the semester and students have comfortably moved in and settled into the routine of things.
Being an international student, it can be hard to adjust to a new environment. But when you do make that adjustment, it can mean enough to dedicate a recital to those who helped you feel at home.
Just over a little over a month ago, America experienced a chain of violent riots as protesters were faced for the first time with militarized local police brutality.
Center stage of Plachta Auditorium sits a row of twelve black chairs. On them, sit twelve students slumped over in various states of semi-consciousness.
When running late and short on quarters, the parking lots of Central can seem cumbersome and hard to navigate.
Multiple organizations are coming together for Soup and Substance at noon on Sept. 23 in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.
Comedian Gary Owen will be performing at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at Plachta Auditorium.
Central Michigan University President George Ross gave his report of university priorities and initiatives for 2013-14 fiscal year
Central Michigan University had an above break-even year according to their annual fiscal audit by Plante Moran.