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Some of the top headlines this week from Feb. 19-26 included our coverage of former St. Mary's University Parish priest, Denis Heames, when he was placed on leave for boundary violations for his sexual relationship with a student, coverage of the snow storm that resulted in Thursday's snow day. Check out all of the top news stories:
With the upcoming presidential election, both Republican and Democrats are narrowing down their choices for who will represent their party for the November election.
There were five car accidents and one slip-and-fall incident that happened on campus yesterday, Feb. 24, said Central Michigan University Police Lt. Cameron Wassman.
After the contaminated water in Flint made headlines the past month, student groups have been collaborating at Central Michigan University to raise money, water and resources for the people of Flint who are affected.
The Center for Clinical Experiences will host a teacher
candidate conference Friday in the Education and Human Services Building.
Artist and Professor at Kendal College of Art and Design, Natalie Wetzel, selected 62 works by 43 artists for the 2016 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
The first African American to earn a doctorate degree at Harvard Univresity — W.E.B DuBois — and the African American poet, novelist and play write — Langston Hughes — were some of the answers in the Black History Family Feud game show event on Tuesday night.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission is working to control disruptive behaviors during popular weekends like Welcome Weekend by moving the focus from individuals to popular locations disruptive behavior usually occurs.
In January 2017, a new president will take the oath of office on the steps of the United States Capitol building. On March 8, Michigan residents will vote for a candidate to represent their party in the race to be the next president of the United States.
At the beginning of each semester, students in LAR 145 fill out a questionnaire that asks how pervasive they think racism still is in society on a scale of one to 10.
About 300 first-time college students didn't return for the 2016 Spring Semester.
John W. Glazier was walking up the steps of Anspach Hall in 2014 when he got the call that his mother had been diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time since 2007.
Everyone was important to Jon Justice.
Following the lead of other universities across the nation, Central Michigan University has put a ban on hoverboards in residence halls.
Renovations to Grawn Hall, Ronan Hall and Charles V. Park Library were discussed at the Finance and Facilities Board of Trustees committee meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 18 in the President’s Conference Room at Central Michigan University.
A group of fashion majors were given a tour of the body scanner that is housed in the Engineering and Technology Building on Wednesday night.
At the rate of social progress measured within a 20-year span, actor Geena Davis said women will achieve equal portrayal in movies and television within the next 700 years.
An image captured by Central Michigan University associate professor of physics, Axel Mellinger, was used to illustrate the most likely location in the sky where a black hole collision took place 1.3 billion light-years away. Scientists and a Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory team used his Milky Way panorama to help illustrate the discovery.
Sumaih Altalhi thinks there are many options in the residential restaurants on campus. Finding food to eat is only challenging when she can't tell what is in it.
Students and staff alike packed the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium tonight for “Storied Streets: Profiles of America’s Homelessness."