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Students from all over campus gathered in the Woldt lower level classroom on Friday, March 27 to attend a two hour Craniosacral Health Program.Abby Finney, residence hall director of Woldt/Fabiano, was a student at the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education. As part of the curriculum students will go to class on the weekend and must complete about 30 hours of homework a week.
Mount Pleasant senior Samantha Pina and junior Joseph Pina sat in the audience, watching the New Venture Competition winning businesses continuously be called on stage for their award.
A recent poll by the Washington Post found that over 22% of Michigan residents ages 18-25 had used marijuana in the last month.
On Sunday, March
29, Professor of Saxophone John Nichol and the CMU Saxophone Studio will host
Saxophone Day at Central Michigan University’s School of Music.
interested in hearing the saxophone music can attend and any student or adult
saxophonist can register to perform in the event by emailing Professor John
Nichol. Nichol said
saxophonists can register to perform in the event and they will have a rehearsal
at 12 p.m.
After rescheduling his interview for his Communication and Fine Arts Dean twice, Steven Block told the search committee he's the kind of person who will find a way around obstacles.Block is one of three candidates who went through the interview process as a candidate.
Central Michigan University's a cappella groups will come together for a performance at 7 p.m. March 31 in Warriner Hall's Plachta Auditorium. Central Harmony, Fish N' Chips and On The Rox, will be singing top hits and classics during the free event.Central Harmony is CMU's co-ed group, formed in 2005.
Despite a low turnout Wednesday night, SGA delivered a Women in Politics panel in Park Library Auditorium which encouraged attendees to challenge what they knew about the political sphere and women involvement.Panelists included current SGA Vice President, Mariah Urueta, former SGA President, Marie Reimers, student activist Portia Brown and CMU alumna, Hayley Alderman.Opening the panel, Reimers gave a brief introduction on notable women in politics.
About 25 CMU students gathered in Finch Fieldhouse 112 Wednesday night for a rock climbing fundraiser.
Alligator dung and honey, drinking a mixture of mercury and lead, and cloth soaked in chemicals. These are all ways that men and women creatively used contraceptives thousands of years ago.
After almost two semesters of preparation, the New Venture Competition competitors are making last minute adjustments to their business in hopes of winning the $30,000 prize on Friday.Mount Pleasant junior Sam Pina and her teammate, senior Joe Pina, of the Revolve Replication team will be spending the remaining days until the competition going over presentation and making sure all their loose ends are tied up by calling different organizations to receive last minute feedback.
PAVE program connects veterans with resourcesBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterJunior Nick Badgero said he wished that the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education program existed when he came to Central Michigan University after serving as a combat vet and had to make the transition to civilian life.“The biggest thing is you don’t want vets to isolate themselves immediately,” said Badgero, who is one of the managers of the program in addition to being a peer adviser.
Malachi: I am trying to get student sources for all of my stories, but there wasn't a single student at the meeting.
Students and Mount Pleasant residents flooded into Plachta auditorium tonight for Sean Forbes, a deaf musical artist.Forbes performed on behalf of the American Sign Language Society, who hosted the event.
Central Michigan University will be holding the seventh annual Up All Night event Saturday, March 28 from 11 P.M.
Before the doors opened at the Staples Family Concert Hall, Saturday March 21 for the Marriage of Figaro performance from the Department of Music, many people gathered outside of the hall, optimistic of this long anticipated opera. The show had been cast almost a year ago toward and the audience members were anxious about how the performance would turn out.“I had heard of this opera but I had never seen it,” said Clinton Township sophomore Alexia Ellison, who is a music major. A heavy portion of the audience was composed of strong-supporting family members, ready to give congratulations to the cast in different pastels of bouquets.
As Buddy Shields surveyed the hundreds of model trains on display in Finch Fieldhouse, he noted the hobby has slowly begun to disappear within his generation.“You don’t really see people our age here,” Shields said.
Sexy Time in South QuadBy Kate CarlsonStaff Reporter Other than the opportunity to learn about sexual education, the promise of free lube and condoms also brought students to the “Sexy Time in South Quad” sex education event held in the Merrill Residential restaurant Thursday evening. “Ten minutes before the start time of the event we had already surpassed the attendance from last year, there were people lined up out the door,” said Suns Bay senior and volunteer Jill McFarlane.
For police patrolling Central Michigan University and the rest of Mount Pleasant, St. Patrick’s Day is an entirely different animal than St.
Three Oaks senior Sarah Campbell and Harrison senior Jessica Koskinen are hoping their Humble Abode Tiny Homes business will become the second tiny home builder found in the MidWest.They hope to achieve this through the New Venture Competition, which is offering over $75,000 in awards. Humble Abode Tiny Homes builds smaller homes than the regular 1200 square foot home.
Social media erupted with evidence of students attending class or being on campus intoxicated on Tuesday, and the Central Michigan University Police Department was called to 27 different incidents.The numbers were recorded all day Tuesday until 7 a.m.