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There has been a successful attempt to shift focus away from the actual meaning of the NFL protests. Everyone should realize and remember why they started.
There will be an open forum at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Park Library discussing the academic review and restructuring, and what it will mean for faculty and undergraduate degrees. This is open to everyone. Be there to make your voice heard.
We are in the middle of an epidemic that we are avoiding. The opioid crisis is destroying lives and sooner or later we will all be affected. I know, because I've been affected by it.
Trump demands National Football League players stand for the national anthem, because to him that is what real patriots do. He doesn't understand the first thing about being a patriot. His history shows that.
If you have an opinion about something happening in the world, USA, Michigan, or your community, write for the opinion desk at Central Michigan Life. We are located in Moore Hall Room 436. Stop by and find the opinion editor.
I’m having trouble with someone, because I think this person is racist. It’s not just me, other people noticed it too. They tried to talk to him about it, but he shrugged it off as if nothing happened. I know you are thinking the same thing I am, “He’s a racist. Why are you wasting your time?”
Jemele Hill did the exact same thing as Curt Schilling; she said something online that was seen by a large number of people to be inappropriate and unacceptable. If ESPN really cared about inappropriate comments, she would have been fired.
Knowing the ins and outs of newspaper jargon — column, editorial, letter to the editor, article — is important. It's what defines who we are as a press institution. But what do they mean?
Our reputation for being a teaching and liberal arts school has gradually passed because of the changing economy and nation. The emphasis on athletics and the STEM colleges, while downsizing the liberal arts colleges, has people nervous about the future. We agree CMU has to change and evolve overtime, but we can do that while staying true to our legacy of liberal arts.