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Every CMU alum should be disquieted by the University's freshmen enrollment.
Like most trend reversals there is never a singular cause but instead an imperfect storm; multiple factors leading us to this data.
First, it's quite true Michigan geo-demographics show a declining pool of students.
I’m tired of people saying they “need” bottled water.
You don’t “need” bottled water, you need water.
Dear Faculty, Staff, Students and Alumni of Central Michigan University:
Central Michigan University is a vastly different and far better institution than when I joined its faculty in 1978.
MSU is coming back to CMU soon, and CMU is determined to avenge their previous loss to the Spartans.
Maroon and Gold, already everywhere, decides to make a more pragmatic integration into students' lives as the campus prepares for a big day.
Thousands of students stand outside Kelly/Shorts Stadium to grab a ticket to enjoy the showdown, even my roommate got a farmer's tan for waiting roughly 3 hours.
Fire Up Chips and hopefully a good game occurs within a reasonably sportsmanlike manner.
However; people on CM Life's Facebook page and their website are rather teethed that some fellow students are going to wear MSU colors to the game.
Some of the quotes: Blair James: "Anyone that doesn't root for their OWN school is an idiot."
Tim Prayther: "If you're wearing the opposing teams colors to the football game, don't even bother showing up.
Most of my friends sat between the 10 and 20 yard lines for Central Michigan football games. That’s because we arrived to games late after chowing down on lunch before making the trek from Saxe Hall to the football stadium.
Thanks, Central Michigan Life Editorial Board for your great editorial on Friday. We agree, the media should fact check political claims, and we also agree that too often, they merely report what they hear, as if “journalistic neutrality” required them to keep a straight face.
To the incoming freshman ... beware.
Mt Pleasant wants your money but when it comes to you as an individual ... not so much.
The police view the students as an unrestrained nuisance, the business community wants your patronage but not you, and the courts will side with local landlords and landowners everytime over what are considered transients regardless of the circumstances.
I urge all students to register to vote locally ensuring your legitimate voice in local affairs.
Captain Jerome A.
Regarding last Monday’s article, "OIT takes the reins for launch of new website; student reaction varies with early launch," Roger Rehm is still spouting nonsense.
“Blue Chip Consulting Group, hired to help with the redesign, has fulfilled much of its contract, and now Central Michigan University’s Office of Information and Technology is taking a more hands-on role,” the article said.
Blue Chip has failed miserably. Much of what they were supposed to do wasn’t done at all, and much of what they actually did was of poor quality.
As the university celebrates its 120th anniversary, the students, faculty and staff of Central Michigan University should be both proud of, and grateful for, the decisions made by previous generations of Chippewas.
We should be grateful to those with the courage and vision to transform our institution from Central Michigan Normal School and Business College (1892) to (sequentially): Central State Teachers College (1927); Central Michigan College of Education (1941); Central Michigan College (1955) and Central Michigan University (1959), which today is considered a national doctoral institution.
Today, the university is in the process of another major transformation as it prepares to become a major player in the most dynamic, fastest growing, and arguably most important industry in the world: health care.
This has been, as one might expect, a challenging and contentious transformation.
Many of you have seen, read or heard about Matt's story. I'd like to add a bit more. First of all, I'd like to thank those individuals who stayed and helped him after the fall.
It’s funny that some claim to know what God wants.
God, they say, is the creator of everything. He alone designed this expansive, elegant universe.
Certainly the force that created the atomic structure and fashioned the conditions for life must be incredibly transcendent, they say.
So why do many who proclaim the supremacy of God often in the same breath degrade Him by claiming to understand his desires and motives?
We’re just a speck of the stardust scattered across the universe.
You may have seen or read the article about me, "Student overcomes coma, near deadly fall," which was published in Central Michigan Life on Wednesday.
Regarding Monday’s article “Delay in cmich.edu redesign will not cost CMU more than contracted $550,000,” there are a number of errors of fact.
“The delay in the Central Michigan University website redesign will not cost the university more than its contracted $550,000, Vice President for Information Technology Roger Rehm said last week.”
Roger lied; the delay has cost more than the contracted amount.
Professor Thomas Ahlswede is by no means the most interesting professor on the planet.
However, this does not detract from the fact that he’s one of the few professors that are super nice and willing to help where they can.
The fact that Central Michigan Life would run this article and attack this man so that some senior “journalist” could get their degree disgusts me.
There are thousands of art classes in schools all across the nation that actually have nude models come into the classrooms and pose.
As an alumni of Central Michigan University, I took pride in my choice to attend Central.
I always prided myself on being someone who was compassionate toward others.
I am writing this letter to inform the campus community of the work of the Central Michigan University Title IX-Gender Equity Committee.
As I saw the streets fill with students it initially made me feel good. Students were all coming together to celebrate, as it should be.
What I didn’t see coming were the comments and slurs I personally heard.
A recent letter from Michigan Oil and Gas Association President Frank Mortl (Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan is proven safe, important, Feb.
I address this to the CMU community. It appears that the CMU Board of Trustees still is not getting the message.
To the CMU Community:
We welcome this opportunity to provide greater clarity regarding funding for the Events Center.