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The competition was separated into two games consisting of four 20-minute rounds. At the end of game one, the teams were split into two categories with the top 20 teams put into flight one and the bottom 20 teams into flight two. Game two continued with teams competing with the other teams in their flight.
The board convened Feb. 15 for its formal meeting, which also included the next steps to identify CMU’s next president and a reiteration of the university’s sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination policies.
Both films dealt with the theme of love, whether the meaning of love was a passion for art or a romance between two people.
“We always want more (and) better but (President George Ross) has been very conscious to making sure we don’t compromise quality,” Johnson said.
Barrie Wilkes, vice president of Finance and Administrative Services, presented to members of the Board of Trustees Feb. 14 as part of the Finance and Facilities Committee.
“The universe will take care of the thank you notes, I promise.”
The board meets at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 15 in the President’s Conference Room, located on the top floor of the Bovee University Center.
The Department of English and School of Music came together to unite people through word, song, music and drama. The evening consisted of a panel discussion, "Music and Shakespeare," at 6:30 p.m., and performances put on at 7:30 p.m.
The reason we find someone attractive may be more based on biology and natural selection than we may think.
SGA President Anna Owens said students need to decide if paying attention to student government is worth their time.
CMU’s listed enrollment for the Fall 2017 semester is 23,335 — about 4 percent less than Fall 2016 totals.
"You get to see something new and different and interesting that you don’t get the chance to see every day."
The first-ever Sustainability, CMU and You event took place Feb. 9 in the Biosciences Building room 1010. The event was planned almost entirely by students with some help from a few staff members.
“(This event) creates an exposure to senior level executives and exposure to the college,” said Event Coordinator Spencer Robinson.
Heidi McKenzie, a wheelchair-adaptive clothing designer, gave the opening speech. McKenzie was in a car accident in 2007 that left her in a wheelchair.
Carol Cartwright, former president of Kent State University and Bowling Green State University, facilitated three more feedback sessions Feb. 8 in the Bovee University Center Terrace Rooms.
“(dis)ABLED BEAUTY: the evolution of beauty, disability and ability,” required collaboration between seemingly unrelated departments — audiology, history and fashion — to create a discussion about disability.
Carol Cartwright, former president of Kent State University and Bowling Green State University, facilitated the sessions.
Along with six other colleges and universities, CBA has partnered with Automation Alley, which is Michigan’s leading technology and manufacturing business association.