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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.
The “Flexitarian” bar, which is new this year, focuses on grains, raw and roasted vegetables and protein replacements, providing mostly plant-based options for students. A “Go Nuts” station offers healthier sources of fat and protein.
In the past two years, the Central Michigan University chapter of Sigma Chi has raised $31,000 for Huntsman Cancer Institute through a week-long philanthropy competition known as Derby Days. This year, Sigma Chi has a goal to raise $20,000 during the Derby Days events.
Corn, beans and squash, the three sisters crops of Native American culture, were a few ingredients featured in the annual Native American food taster in the Bovee University Center Rotunda Monday night.
A series of events that celebrate the culture and traditions of Indigenous people are scheduled throughout November.
Panhellenic Sisterhood, an event for Panhellenic women, will focus on building bonds across sorority chapters.
Trap Door Improv is an improvisational comedy group sponsored by University Theatre that performs every month on campus. The Halloween event on Wednesday consisted of two hour-long shows at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
The Office of Student Conduct learned of allegations made against the fraternity on Oct. 2 and the organization was temporarily suspended Oct. 5.
The event is sponsored by the Native American Indigenous Student Organization (NAISO), Native American Programs, Student Budget Allocation Committee, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. and Sigma Kappa.
Consultants from the executive search firm Witt Kieffer will host an open forum session on the search for candidates take place 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 8, in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
The workshop was conducted by professional photographer and filmmaker Danny Wilcox Frazier. The Iowa native has had work featured on National Geographic, The New Yorker, and The New York Times.
Issue Day keynote speaker and Educational Leadership faculty member Matthew Johnson, says this generation of students is "the most civically engaged generation in 40 years," according to survey data.
This year, event organizers partnered with Isabella County Restoration House to try to help pay for ICRH's operating expenses for two months.
The first Student Advocates For Prison Reform and the Incarcerated (SAPRI) meeting is scheduled for 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30. SAPRI plans to coordinate activities and events such as documentary showings that educate students on incarceration and lives in prison.
The Indian Students Association hosted a Diwali celebration on Oct. 28 in Powers Ballroom. The event included musical performances, dances, food, a fashion show and presentations and videos about India.
Fleming talked about his own personal experiences with spirits and shared knowledge about his views on death and the afterlife on Oct. 27 in Plachta Auditorium.
SSP volunteers dedicate a few nights in the semester to visit local bars, where they hand out candy, condoms, dental dams, abstinence information and a few other tools to help prevent the spread of STIs.