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Students will only need to earn 120 credits — possibly as soon as Fall 2018 for some degree programs — due to a decision made in June during a CMU Board of Trustees meeting.
The RSO is not limited to students that are studying education — it is open to any students that are interested in advocating.
Central Michigan University students who volunteer to be Lunch Buddies mentors spend lunch and recess with a student every Friday at various elementary schools in the community.
Tori Mock, vice president of events for Central Michigan University's Panhellenic Council, came up with the idea for the event because she thinks it's important for sorority women to have positive relationships with women in other chapters.
Midnight Noon is comprised of Dave and Whitney Campbell, two country musicians. The country stars recently rebranded as Midnight Noon because it reflects how they could not coexist without each other in the music world.
Shopping, eating at local restaurants and exploring the depths of the city were just a few activities that Central Michigan University students were able to do on Saturday, Nov. 18. in Chicago.
Students came together to learn new ways to celebrate cultural diversity by participating in arts and crafts originating from Native Americans culture Nov. 20.
Paige Bentley puts a lot of pressure on herself. The Canton junior participates in the CMU dance team and has a full schedule of classes with the Honors College. She holds herself to very high standards, which means she often feels stressed out.
Waterford senior Autumn Gairaud, traveled to Costa Rica last spring break to enjoy the sights, but her trip also held a deeper significance: it was the first time she would meet relatives that she had only ever heard stories about.
This year, 15 teams put on their dancing shoes and competed to see who could raise the most money for the United Way of Gratiot and Isabella Counties through the fundraising event held in partnership with CMU on Nov. 16 at McGuirk Arena.
The suspension means the fraternity is not recognized by the university and is banned from hosting or participating in any CMU events as an organization.
As part of the chapter's philanthropy, breast cancer education and awareness, Zeta Tau Alpha hosts a week dedicated to raising awareness and educating women on campus in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In his fifth year of hosting a photojournalism workshop at Central Michigan University, award-winning photojournalist Danny Wilcox Fraizer didn't have a topic in his mind, he had a theme — division.
The initiative is part of the Flu Challenge in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Resources. Universities compete to help raise awareness of the importance of getting the influenza vaccine.
Derby Days is a week-long series of events to fundraise for The Huntsman Cancer Institute each fall.
About 60 student veterans currently attend Central Michigan University. Central Michigan Life sat down with some of them to talk about their experiences transitioning from being in the military to attending CMU.
Cedar Springs freshman Gavin Moore, 18, was inspired to pursue pathology when a high school anatomy teacher screened a video that showed the growth of a human ear on a mouse, prompting Moore to consider the possibilities of microscopic forces on human health.
Student Government Association will honor those affected by mass shootings that have taken place in the U.S. and throughout the world.
The underground scene of disc jockeys at CMU has grown over the years due to an increased interest in Electronic Dance Music.
Registered student organization A Mile in Our Shoes hosted the march with the goal of combating the issue of hunger in local communities surrounding Central Michigan University.