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While most people are caught up in a "Star Wars"-frenzy awaiting the premiere of a new movie on Dec. 18, I am instead looking forward to my two favorite bands collaborating on an album dropping the same day. Based off the singles released so far, I have faith in the fact that this will be the highlight of music for me in 2015.
As 2015 comes to an end, Central Michigan Life is looking back at some of the biggest stories of the year. This year's stories kept our reporters busy, starting with President George Ross deciding to stay at CMU instead of moving to the University of Nebraska and ending with a hit and run that tragically killed a Macomb freshman.
Central Michigan University President George Ross encouraged open dialogue with students to address problems regarding diversity and inclusiveness in the first in a series of discussions.
Holly Burke, 30, chose to pursue a degree in education seven years ago. A mother of one and a non-traditional student, Pell Grants eased the burden of tuition costs during the three years she studied at Mid Michigan Community College.
Hillsdale junior Alyssa Bowman said her job at Central Michigan University's business clothing service is addicting.
Students in the English Language Institute will be presenting New Friends from Abroad: CMU Welcomes International Diversity in the Museum of Cultural and Natural History in Rowe Hall Dec. 8.
Aimeee Kalczuk and Vijaya Gayatri accidentally created their own business when, on the first day of the New Venture Competition workshops, they pitched their idea to who they assumed would be business students.
A total of 567 tickets have already been sold for opening night showings of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" at Celebration Cinema in Mount Pleasant.
A total of $6,757 in bottle openers, shot glasses, beer mugs and other alcohol-related accessories was sold in the Central Michigan Bookstore as of Nov. 18. This is a decrease from last year's $7,955 in sales during the same time.
When Jak Grubbs identified as a lesbian, the Holland senior felt more accepted at Central Michigan University. Now as an open transgender person, Grubbs experiences more discrimination.
Despite her motivation to take on three majors, Kelsey Mankel said her biggest challenge is mastering the oboe.
Union Township is counting on participation from Central Michigan University administrators to address safety issues on Crawford Road.
Two on-campus buildings were evacuated on Dec.1.
The International Student Organization will host ISO Sports
Weekend 2015 on Friday and Saturday at the Student Activity Center.
The University Art Gallery will feature both the Bachelor of Fine Arts 2015 exhibition and Gestalt: Pieces of a Whole exhibition from Dec. 4 to Dec. 15.
The Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center and University Health Services will host an HIV/AIDS awareness event for World AIDS Day on Tuesday, Dec. 1. Free HIV testing will be offered to a limited number of students during the week.
Central Michigan University Ceramic Society is hosting its annual pottery sale from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 2 through Dec. 4 in Wightman Hall Room 224.
More than 46,000 bottles of water were sold in Central Michigan University's campus stores last year.
President George Ross will address the Central Michigan University community on the topics of diversity and inclusion at noon this Friday in Plachta Auditorium.
The booming sound of a canon firing is heard after each touchdown is scored at every Central Michigan home football game.