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Jex Blackmore, director and spokesperson of The Satanic
Temple of Detroit Chapter, spoke to Professor Timothy Boudreau’s Media Law
class on Thursday, explaining her beliefs to the students. Blackmore was invited
by Boudreau to speak to the class so they could see views that would be
restricted without the First Amendment.“Her beliefs and her expression of those beliefs are
protected by the First Amendment, and the First Amendment protects her right to
exercise her religion as she sees fit,” Boudreau said.
When walking inside Wightman Hall towards the North Art Studio, one may look to their right to see a wall full of color and design.
Halloween music filled the Anspach Auditorium on Wednesday Oct. 28 as students entered eager to listen to various religion professors discuss the "Dead Who Don't Leave."Philosophy and Religion faculty Kelly Murphy introduced the panel and explained that each of them would be discussing a topic of their choosing related to spirits, ghosts and things that accompany Halloween.
Dominic Atkinson will never forget dancing on a picnic table with Ryan Tsatsos. That was just one memory friends of the 17-year-old hit and run victim shared at their candlelight vigil outside Merrill Hall on Monday night.
City Commission Liaison Ian Elliot spoke in the Senate tonight, asking for student input regarding a meeting on student conduct and how it effects residents Nov 11 in the Lake Huron Room of the Bovee University Center.
Michigan Film and Digital Media Department Commissioner Jenell Leonard visited Thursday Oct.
By voting in each election, students can make a difference,
said Jonathan Thebo, chair of College Republicans at Central Michigan
“(Our age group has) a very low turn out, so it’s time for
millennials to start realizing if you vote and we start getting high turn outs,
candidates on all levels will adjust their campaigns based on what millennials
care about,” Thebo said.With lots of coverage in the media about the upcoming
presidential election in 2016, it’s more common for students to pay attention to
the presidential race, Thebo said, but there’s more that can be done on the
On Thursday night, members of WordHammer, the registered student organization, gathered at the Dreamer Café on Franklin Street to perform hand written poetry.“It’s as close as you can be to being naked in public” said Sam Dennis, a senior from Wixom and President of WordHammer.
Throughout this Halloween season, residence halls across campus have been hosting events for “Sober in October.” This is a month-long program dedicated to educating students on the effects and dangers of binge drinking.
As people dress up for Halloween, some will undoubtedly don a pointed black hat as a part of the classic "witch" costume.
A total of $37,500 was spent by Program Board to bring in
comedian Nick Swardson for his Sept. 25 show in Plachta Auditorium.
Hospitality students in professor Gary Gagnon’s HAS 240 class took a tour of the construction site of the new Courtyard Marriot hotel that is scheduled to open on Central Michigan University's campus in July 2016. The new hotel features ten penthouse suites on the sixth floor, including balconies and meeting rooms overlooking Kelly/Shorts Stadium, a fitness center, indoor pool and hot tub, and a courtyard with a fire pit for guests to use for entertaining.“I think this is going to be one of the nicer hotels in Mount Pleasant,” said Brooke Morrell, a freshman from Illinois. “Especially for parents to come stay at and visit their kids like the football player’s parents.
When Emily Rutkowski had to start brainstorming topics for
her semester-long group project in her Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services
216 class, she suggested an idea that was important to her family.
A student bereavement policy was passed in the Senate but not in the House last Monday was amended and passed in tonight's Student Government Association Meeting.Within the policy, a friendly amendment was made to change the word "abused" to "exploited." The overall language of the bill was not changed and an overwhelming vote in favor of the bill ensured it was passed within the House.
There are 413 registered student organizations at Central Michigan University, but few students know how to navigate the designated website meant to house information on RSOs.Orgsync is the website that contains all information on RSOs All RSO’s offered by CMU can easily be found in one place.
Some can say they take pride in having a famous ancestor. Few can say they are a descendant of someone who ruled an entire country. Students and staff at Central Michigan University were able to go back to their roots and rediscover a part of their identity in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month.
Many students are unaware of the wide variety of options there are for academic majors and minors here at Central Michigan University.Through the College of Health Professions, there is a minor offered in substance abuse, which can be paired with multiple majors related in health, social work, psychology or neuroscience. Health Sciences at CMU encourage students to become able to work in the real world in multiple situations, including working as an educator or program specialist in the field of substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment. Substance Abuse Education is one of the four minors offered through the college.
Freshmen honors students experienced a full-circle service experience as volunteers last Thursday, Oct. 22 at their 8th annual Silent Auction.The Honors Program Freshman Philanthropy put on the fundraiser, and donated the proceeds to Community Compassion Network, which works with the Mobile Food Pantry in Isabella County.
Panelist shared their stories during Stuttering Awareness Week panel Thurs. Oct 23 in Anspach. The Association of Future Speech Language Pathologist is currently on their 16th year of Stuttering Awareness Week on CMU Campus.
Transgenderism among people of color was a central theme for South-Asian artists Alok Vald-Menon and Janani Balasubramanlan as they performed slam poetry as a part of Coming Out Month.The poetry performance was titled “DarkMatter," and took place Friday night at the Bovee University Center Auditorium.