Dear James Eric Davis Jr.,
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Dear James Eric Davis Jr.,
Out of all the columns I have written this year, most have applauded journalism or called for students, faculty and staff to talk to Central Michigan Life and use us as a resource.
Central Michigan University has been doing a lot of things wrong lately. I was able to witness one of those missteps first-hand.
Well, this is it: my farewell column.
I truly fell in love with the Great Lakes on a spontaneous trip to Lake Huron, and the memory is still as beautiful as the waters I dived into.
A few weeks ago I was having a conversation about society and politics when the person I was talking to said, “It was just better in the 1950s. Life was good for everyone, and people actually trusted the government.”
Last Thursday, I checked off another thing from my bucket list — I saw Jack White of The White Stripes perform at Little Caesars Arena.
Central Michigan University's campus has a cycle — students come, they wonder and leave, making it difficult for students to combat campus short-term memory.
As someone who plans to dedicate their professional career to the field of journalism, knowing I attend a university that takes extraordinary measures to conceal the scope of sexual crimes on its campus is disheartening.
Millennials are on the brink of becoming the generation with the largest population in the nation, with more influence on the country’s economy and government than any other living generation.
On April 11, 32-year-old Andre Ingram made his Los Angeles Lakers debut after 10 seasons in the NBA G League. His story of perseverance should inspire college students.
Earth’s white blanket has withered away and bikes are being unchained on Central Michigan University’s campus.
On the morning of Nov. 8, 2016, it felt to me like the world was going to end.
Too often I catch myself applauding this era for being one of liberation, where individuality and sexual freedom are celebrated. Usually, soon I am quickly shot down by little reminders.
With the clock winding down in the Central Michigan women’s basketball team's 83-69 Sweet 16 loss to Oregon March 24, Chippewa fans in attendance at Spokane Arena started to chant.
Anyone who walks into my childhood home in Jackson, Michigan, will realize one thing pretty quickly: Kukulkas like to hunt.
As graduation approaches, I often find myself reflecting on what I have done during my college career.
When the battery of my phone died at about 10:15 a.m. on March 2, I breathed a sigh of relief.
At their Feb. 15 meeting, the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees voted to standardize tuition rates, essentially getting rid of out-of-state tuition.
I have always wanted more mainstream movies to use hip hop to convey a story — "Black Panther" finally did it.