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Every two weeks chron's disease would hold Lisa Conine back from living her life. Just a year after using medical marijuana Conine has treated the symptoms of her chronic disease. Conine make up the 1 percent of medical marijuana patients in Michigan.
As the semester is coming to a close, Fort Wayne, Ind. sophomore Dan Cavins is preparing to take on the role of president of the student organization Student Advocates for Medical and Responsible Cannabis.SAMRC's goal is to educate the student body on cannabis, its effects, its industry, and its policies.
More than 450 students bought t-shirts and wristbands for "House Crawl 2015," started by students through a closed Facebook group.Starting at noon today, the crawl consisted of several houses and apartments on Main, Douglas and University Streets.
Plachta Auditorium was filled with laughter, students, and sequins this Wednesday evening.The 7th annual Spring Drag Show was put on at 7p.m.
After coming out as bisexual to her family, Noelle Goffnett realized that they’re okay with her sexuality as long as they pretend she’s a lesbian. This isn’t an uncommon problem among the bisexual community.
Walk in the shoes of a transgender studentBy Kate CarlsonStaff Reporter Connie Smith presented as a male when she first arrived at Central Michigan University.
After waking up at four every morning to go to work, Brandon DeChane found it hard to focus on his classes. That was first semester.
CMU has been around since 1892, survived over three fires, and has expanded over four times its original size.Through many presidents, name changes and historical events the university has remained true to it’s roots and provided an increasing number of opportunities to it’s students.
PAVE program connects veterans with resourcesBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterJunior Nick Badgero said he wished that the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education program existed when he came to Central Michigan University after serving as a combat vet and had to make the transition to civilian life.“The biggest thing is you don’t want vets to isolate themselves immediately,” said Badgero, who is one of the managers of the program in addition to being a peer adviser.
Ryan Holm carried the dead body into the room and confidently tossed it down on the table. His partner stared at him for only a split second before saving the scene by asking if what he had thrown on the table was really a bag of jelly beans from the jelly bean factory.The Farmington Hill senior is part of After Hours Improv, an open improv group founded in 2006.
When he was in grade school in Chula Vista, California, other kids laughed at him when he told them what he wanted to do for a living. Instead of an astronaut or engineer, Denis Heames, told his friends he wanted to become a priest. Now at Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Mount Pleasant, Heames, 42, leads Mass during the week and spends the majority of his time in the church, interacting with members of the community. Central Michigan Life sat down with Heames to talk about acting in Hollywood, his day-to-day routine and what it's like to hear God speak to you.CML: What was your life like before you became a priest?HEAMES: I got into a lot of trouble in high school and basically
missed a little bit of time.
“Broke college student” is a common phrase that many of us have had to become comfortable using in reference to ourselves.
While I have always been familiar with this phrase, I never thought that I would become this “familiar” with it.
Not that long ago, I was still in high school and living under my parents' roof with what I now refer to as their luxurious accommodations.
Many students choose to become healthier in a variety of ways by exercising or dieting or both.
Central Michigan University students and professors choose to exercise and stay conscious of their diets to boost self-esteem, curb stress and sleep easier.
Sophomore Stephen Cahoon normally exercises at the Student Activity Center with friends.
[caption id="attachment_100695" align="aligncenter" width="560" caption="Lauren Marvin, left, tries on a leather jacket in front of her boyfriend, Mount Pleasant resident Mike Joslin Sunday in City Closet, 888 S.
I used to be a student who would not settle for less than an A. Perfect grades were my only goal.
Nowadays that kind of student is my biggest pet peeve.