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A room warps into one of bent shaped furniture with different colors to fit the image in Maddie Reeves mind as she imagines what she could have done to save Wanda Petronski. Grand Rapids freshman Jenna Walker plays Maddie, a young girl that silently watches as her American friends ridicule her Polish immigrant classmate, Wanda, in University Theater’s performance of “The Hundred Dresses”. “Everyone is saying it turned out a lot cuter than we thought it would because it’s a serious story,” said Sullivan.
Vibrations and sounds take the place of three-dimensional graphics and colors for the visually impaired.
On Feb. 13, 1974, Central
Michigan Life reported on a recent Program Board concert held in Rose Center.
The concert, Dave Mason with an opening act of
Bachman-Turner Overdrive, packed the Rose Center with Central Michigan University.
Breton language expert and CMU alumnus Wayne Mockerman returned to his alma-mater Wednesday to present a documentary he helped produce for the Brittany channel of France Télévisions. "Hañvezh 44, va dever koun," or "My Duty to Remember," is a documentary covering the 70th anniversary of D-Day commemoration in Normandy.
The political science and public administration will be hosting an advising night from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Handshake, described by the Career Services website as "the ultimate recruiting management system," is now free and available to all students."It's your access to events, jobs, internships, and resources," said Career Services assistant director Erik Simon.
A motion to change the wording for a section of the Central Michigan
University Program aimed at strengthening students’ understanding of the world
has been put on hold after several senators and faculty members voiced their
objections to the change.The Academic Senate’s General Education Committee proposed
changing several parts of Group IV of the UP, but the part that drew the most criticism
was the proposed drop of the word global from the group, changing Group IV from
Studies in Global Cultures to Studies in Culture and Diversity.“I think everybody here knows about the importance of international
education, it’s in our mission statement,” said Interim Journalism Department Chairwoman
On Feb. 11, 1991, Central
Michigan Life reported on a performance by Second City at Central Michigan University.
getting paid and spending most of his time folding towels, freshman Aaron
Kowalczyk thinks his internship at Hyatt Place was worth it.
The ERPsim Invitational Competition will return for the third year at 11 a.m. on Feb. 19 in the McGuirk Arena. The competition simulates a high-stress business environment.
Since 1920, SGA has made it their mission to make campus life and living easier for the students of Central.
Hands-on learning is taken to a new level in the College of Business. The college’s Portfolio Management class allows students to handle over $1.6 million in real world money while the Finance Club handles over $170,000.With few examples nationwide of students managing real money funds, the college decided to give students a practical experience in investing by creating a fund in 1993.
When he was a child, Derek Van Dam built a tree fort in his front yard and climbed it every single day.
When there is an event at Central Michigan University, he is there to photograph it. When snow is pouring down on campus, Steve Jessmore is out in the cold with his camera, capturing moments. Pull quote:“It’s not just a job.
On Feb. 6, 1981, Central
Michigan Life reported on the musicians set to perform in Central Michigan
University’s eighth annual Jazz Festival.
Women in the professions of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are not common. Professor of chemistry and biology Anja Mueller is a minority.
In January 2015, Central Michigan University made a seven-year summer internship agreement
with Weber Shandwick China for public relations students.
learn about sales and Broadcast and Cinematic Arts majors learn about the media
industry, but according to BCA professor Amy Sindik, the BCA Alumni Advisory
Board said very few graduates have the combination of those skills.
To address this,
Central Michigan University’s BCA department reached out to the Marketing
Department and developed the Electronic Media Sales minor.“The goal of the
program is to have more students who are ready to work in media sales positions
by the time they graduate,” Sindik said.To achieve this
goal, BCA Director Pete Orlik reached out to the marketing department and they
agreed that it would make sense to offer a minor that combined marketing and
BCA courses.According to
Sindik, a committee of two members from BCA and two members from marketing
looked at what classes would prepare students the most for a career in media
like this in Michigan and we haven’t seen anything exactly like this in the
United States,” Sindik said.
With College of Communications and Fine Arts Dean Salma Ghanem announcing her resignation from her position at Central Michigan University, university officials must now embark on the task of finding a suitable replacement.Among those sets of skills, Gealt said he is looking for a candidate who has previously held a significant tenured academic or administrative position, someone with administrative and budgetary experience, but also candidates who have made major contributions to their former university in the realm of academics as a professor.Working with Academic Search firm and the Dr.The application deadline for the position ended Jan.
After French journalists were killed in an attack on francophone magazine Charlie Hebdo, for alleged racists satire, the national debate was brought to Central Michigan University.