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On March 23, News Central 34 released a broadcast that claimed to feature an exclusive interview with a student who said he saw sexually explicit images during a class at Central Michigan University.The student was unnamed and so was the professor, though references were made to an ongoing CMUPD investigation that we became aware of after officers executed a search warrant March 10 in Ranzenberger's Moore Hall office as part of a criminal investigation of child pornography found on the university-owned computer in his office.In the weeks following this broadcast, I have participated in several discussions with colleagues, members of the Department of Journalism and News Central 34 adviser Richard Sykes about the ethics of using anonymous sources and how Central Michigan Life has reported on the CMUPD investigation of a computer in Moore Hall and the now-ceased Faculty Personnel Services investigation of Mark Ranzenberger.Few ethical issues in journalism are more entangled with the law than the use of anonymous sources.
New students at Central Michigan University will not get the chance to appreciate the two days off before exams this year, known as Gentle Thursday and Friday.According to CMU’s “campus traditions” listed on its website, Gentle Thursday and Friday were established in 1960 by Program Board to give faculty and students time off before spring final exams.
I have never been good at making friends with people my age.
I imagine, for others around campus, it’s the same way.When you’re younger that doesn’t matter.
Raving Geeks co-hosts Ben Solis and Tyler Guza saw the movie in an early screening, and their reactions are mixed, to put it lightly.
Like many college basketball fans, I have been glued to a television set for the past week. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament — now earning more than $1 billion in revenue for the NCAA.
The new American experience for some mixed race kids means looking pale and feeling brown, but never both at the same time.
Recently, there has been an obvious tension felt between Mount Pleasant residents and Central Michigan University students.
Sitting in the hotel lobby of the Sheraton Hotel at 53rd and 7th St. a few blocks from Time Square, I told my mom over the phone I needed more money."Andrew, you already blew through $300 in three days?" she asked.She had given me $300 out of my tax return to spend in New York while I attended the College Media Association Student Convention with my fellow CM Life editorial staff members.When I graduated high school, my parents weren't convinced with my life path — mostly because I didn't have one.I've had these phone calls with my mom before: "Hey mom, I need you to transfer some money into my account." It was a classic argument starter between my parents and I.
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By Mary TreacyThe right to know is the birthright of every child born in this democracy.
Unless you are reading this article in prison, you have the right to request documents from government agencies, including Central Michigan University.
Anyone who knows me is aware of my love for the glitter-covered, blue lipsticked popstar — Kesha.
Once upon a time, in the not so long ago past, there were institutions of higher learning that were places where new and challenging ideas could be discussed openly.Ideas lived and died because people either believed in them, or fought against them.The times, however, have changed.
When I first met Fr. Denis Heames in 2015, I was on assignment. I was tasked with a "personality profile." These are usually done on someone who's unique in a community -- someone with an interesting attribute, hobby or lifestyle.He was an actor turned priest. I went to St.
Starting Monday, the homepage of cm-life.com will reflect the first of many changes to our website that will be implemented this semester.From now until May, the website will continue to change, building toward a final redesign that will be more user-friendly and closer to what the best in collegiate media are doing.
What ever happened to love thy neighbor?I’m not religious, not in the slightest, but there’s
something I can respect about a great many of the Ten Commandments: Don’t kill,
don’t cheat and help out one another.
With Sen. Bernie Sanders' commanding victory against Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary in New Hampshire, it appears a future of socialism in the United States might be on the horizon.
I was sitting on a friend’s rickety porch with a cold drink in my hand when news of the latest mass shooting reached my iPhone.
We don’t write for Central Michigan University administration, faculty, parents or alumni. Central Michigan Life is student media.At CMU, students are not a homogenous group.
In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on the bus to a white man, arrested in violation of Alabama's segregation laws.