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One of my main concerns in life is making sure I portray myself so the world sees an accurate representation of my core morals and values. This includes every way I express myself, from how I act, what I say and all of my personal social media outlets.
“Pass the Aux Cord” is a new music-themed podcast available for download on Monday, Sept. 28.
In a perfect world, no one would be able to tell the difference between student dwellings and the homes of Mount Pleasant residents. Both groups would coexist without conflict and City Manager Nancy Ridley wouldn’t receive any complaints about trash or a party that continues late into the night.
What advice can you give to freshmen in five words or less? Watch our "Student on the Street" video and see what some upperclassmen had to say.
Hundreds of students lined the streets Saturday night celebrating the last day of Welcome Weekend.
This weekend, a migration was upon Mount Pleasant.
Multimedia editor Sam Nuerminger has RSO's answer the question "Why should I join" in ten seconds or less.
CM-Life Editor-in-Chief Malachi Barrett gives you the run down on what CM-Life has in store for you in the upcoming semester
Young adult fiction tends
to be appealing to people of all walks of life due to the typical coming-of-age
story. John Green wrote “Paper Towns” in 2008, and has a history of writing the
coming-of-age stories in a unique way.
Mixing genres like folk, punk and indie Cody Kuuttila and Mariette Heubel are a two person band taking on Michigan.
Members of the Student Environmental Alliance are not waiting around for the world to change--they're pushing for it.
When Adam Talley's life changes faster than he can process, he deals with it by drawing himself as a character going through the same situation.
When she attended Central Michigan University, alumna Emily Miller remembers frequenting Kaya Coffeehouse for a "Black Sheep" with vanilla soy milk.
When Oprah Winfrey asked Steve Thompson to be a guest on her show, he politely declined.
Special Olympics Michigan has given physician Dr. James Seals a volunteering experience like no other.
Central Michigan University was the first state university to start a unified intramural sports league, thanks to the work of a student who recruited students to play and oversaw the leagues once they got started.
For five days, Donna Smith will endure a brutal, 450-mile jet ski ride, fighting the 12-foot waves of Lake Huron to raise money for Special Olympics Michigan.
Rachel Norman thinks breakfast is essential during finals week.
As final exam week approaches, Central Michigan University students are hustling to gather their materials and their attention span.