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Mount Pleasant attorney Todd Levitt is appealing an Isabella County court's decision to dismiss his defamation case against a Central Michigan University student over a Twitter account that parodied him. Levitt sued Central Michigan University senior Zachary Felton in June 2014 after the two feuded on Twitter using their respective accounts.
What started as a public hearing to appeal a decision of the Mount Pleasant Planning Commission turned into a series of comments from residents about student housing and behavior.At the July 22 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, board members were set to discuss and possibly appeal the Planning Commission's May 7 decision to deny a Special Use Permit for a duplex at 714 S.
Today, the first barks were heard in Hannah's Bark Park as the ribbon was cut, marking the official opening of the long-awaited off-leash dog park.The idea for the park was inspired by Hannah Simons-Scalise, a Central Michigan University student who passed away in 2011 with Ewings Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer.
Yesterday, President George Ross announced plans to
separate the development and external relations functions at Central Michigan
University. A search for a
vice president of advancement, a new administrative position created, will
begin later this summer.
Shaminul Shakib, 23, will graduate with his bachelor’s in economics from Central Michigan University at the end of the fall semesterShakib, like many students may choose to do, has split his summers between going home and staying on campus over the years.
Students could see new recycling ordinances this fall, as part of the city's proposed amendments to their solid waste program.During a July 13 Mount Pleasant City Commission meeting, commissioners voted to hold a public hearing on their proposed amendments for Aug.
Trench warfare happened on Central Michigan University’s campus the morning of July 14. The simulation of the World War I performance at Bohannon Schoolhouse allowed Mount Pleasant resident Nola Boyle, 11 to learn even more about her favorite subject: history.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission will hold a public hearing on Aug. 10 on proposed amendments to their solid waste program.The proposed changes came out of a June 8 work session, and address three factors to be targeted.
Planning Commissioner Michael Kostrzewa said the M-2 District will never look like a family-occupied dwelling.Kostrzewa used a comparison to Chicago to demonstrate the differences he sees in student neighborhoods there, and those included in the M-2 District, which are north of campus between Bellows and High streets."There is a mediocrity of buildings that have been done there," he said.
2003 or 2004 graduated Degree in Art 2-D and art history minor Mount PleasantStarted drawing very early on when he was a kid.
a national nonprofit organizations, office throughout nation, work on food and water. Saftey and accesibility.
At a recent City Commission meeting, commissioners unanimously voted to have an additional code enforcement officer to work in student-populated neighborhoods.The recommendation came from City Manager Nancy Ridley, who said another officer would help build the city's relationship with students and their compliance with regulations on outdoor trash and partying.Ridley said the need for extra enforcement comes from concerns of Mount Pleasant residents who live close to the M-2 district.
Today 27 students from across the state and Ohio participated in Digital Discovery, a summer camp aimed at teaching student about the careers in communication. "My newspaper advisor told us about this program and I thought it would be a great opportunity to learn more about the technical aspects of journalism," Dana Sessions, a 17-year-old high school student from Detroit, said.
“One Slight Hitch” opened at Central Michigan University’s Bush Theatre tonight for an audience around 300. The final show for the summer repertory theater season entertained with a comedy about family wedding drama. Written by Lewis Black, “One Slight Hitch” follows chaos happening on the wedding day of the character Courtney, and how her family attempts to prepare to make the day special for her.
Same-sex marriage being recognized across the nation is a huge step forward, but to Director of LGBTQ Services, Shannon Joliff, there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure the rights of the LGBTQ community in Michigan. "We should all take time to celebrate, but after that we need to get back to the drawing board and see what lack of protection still exists in the LGBTQ community," she said. Marriage equality became a constitutional right in United States on June 26 after the Supreme Court revoked states bans on same-sex marriages, declaring them unconstitutional.Cindy Seger and Jane Gilmore, who have been together for 15 years, became the first same-sex couple to be married in Isabella County.
Summer repertory theater at Central Michigan University opened “Jerry Finnegan’s Sister,” a comedy about a childhood friendship turning to romance. The show was presented to an audience of around 175. The comedy follows the characters Beth and Brian, and tells the story of their complicated relationship. The same actors play Beth and Brian from the time they are 6-years-old and 7, to their early 20s. Written by Jack Neary, Beth, who is Brian’s best friend Jerry’s little sister, befriends Brian at a young age, and the two develop a friendship.
Twenty-six high school students were put in casts at Central Michigan University's College of Medicine throughout the past two days.These students were attending a casting and suture clinic as part of a CMED's CHAMPS Summer Camp.
City officials are working to make residents aware of fireworks regulations around the Fourth of July. City Manager Nancy Ridley said fireworks can only be set off July 3-5 in Mount Pleasant.
The Popeye's Bahamas Bowl is a topic of conversation again as the Central Michigan University football team's hCentral Michigan went into the fourth quarter down by five touchdowns.