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In a recent edition of Central Michigan Life, there was a story about how a group of students would like to see funding for a Gender and Sexuality Center included in into the new budget for the 2017-18 school year.On March 30, students marched to Warriner Hall, collected signatures and gained support for the new center.
A flier on a bulletin board In Brooks Hall caught my eye the other day.Partially tucked under subleasing ads and RSO fliers was someone’s plea for help.
Dear newly elected Student Government Association members:Congratulations on being voted in as Central Michigan University’s student-body leaders.
TO THE EDITOR,The spring semester is a time of the school year when students are getting ready to graduate, head to graduate school, internships and begin their first job.
For the seventh year, the New Venture Competition at Central Michigan University provided students valuable opportunities to pursue their startup business dreams.The annual competition is the perfect way to bring business to life for young student entrepenuers.
I am a proud '77 graduate of Central Michigan University.I have readily and happily devoted my time, energy, passion and financial resources to my beloved alma mater, but recent decisions by the university administration have forced me to make a difficult decision.
It doesn't really matter what sport you are talking about, the general census is the Big Ten Conference is better than the Mid-American Conference when it comes to skill level and accomplishments in athletics.However, there are certain situations where a specific athlete or even team in the MAC has a season where it could compete at a Power 5 conference level.CMU’s junior guard Marcus Keene is a perfect example in my opinion, because he broke scoring records for Division I NCAA that haven't been touched in decades.An example of a team would be Western Michigan football this past season, going 12-1 while winning the MAC-Championship game and beating two Big Ten schools on their schedule.
We need you to act to help us communicate our message to Barry Wilkes and President Ross.
For fraternities and sororities at Central Michigan University, the beginning of Spring marks a special time of the year: Greek Week. The annual week-long fundraiser, April 2-7, will bring social Greek organizations together as they compete to raise money and awareness for a charitable cause. We think Greek Week epitomizes what it means to be a member of a Greek organization — unity and philanthropy. In that spirit of unity, we also think Greek Week is a good time to discuss an important issue that affects the image of the university and Greek community. There are five "unaffiliated fraternities" that operate outside the purview of CMU – Alpha Chi Rho, Theta Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Delta Chi. According to the university website, these five fraternities are no longer recognized by CMU due to actions by members that violated established policies.
My journalism career at Central Michigan University has been atypical compared to other students in the program. Picking a major was difficult because I wanted to learn about everything and never stop learning. I switched my major six or seven times before deciding to be a science writer. I had to go far beyond the limits of my comfort zone to find out what I wanted to do with my career.Before I knew much about journalism or how to report news, I had one specific interest — research.
When I was younger, and people around me would complain about stress and anxiety, I would assume they were overreacting.
Cancer never sleeps.This is why more than 300 participants will walk around the Indoor Athletic Complex's track for 12 hours on Saturday for the 21st annual Relay For Life fundraiser at Central Michigan University.First hosted at CMU in 1996, it is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Relay For Life raised $50,600 in 2016 and event organizers hope to raise more this year.
As the opinion editor of Central Michigan Life, I enjoy reading a wide range of opinions from a variety of voices. It's interesting.
There is no shortage of issues that Democrats and Republicans disagree about. Thankfully, protecting the Great Lakes has never been one of them.Since 2010, Democrats and Republicans in Congress have joined together to support funding, through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, to protect the Great Lakes from harm.
As Mount Pleasant city leaders consider the benefits of medical marijuana businesses in town, we have a simple request: Keep an open mind.Mount Pleasant's city and planning commissions met for a special joint session prior to the City Commission’s regular meeting last Monday.
Sue Guevara’s Chippewas have not made the NCAA Tournament since XXX, but the 10-year head coach has turned the program into the embodiment of “championship culture.”CMU fell short of the big dance this season, unexpectedly losing to Western Michigan University in the XXXX round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
As a photojournalist, I tell the truth with photos. It’s my job to capture what is going on. I have a job to do whether you agree with me or not.According to the American Civil Liberties Union, when lawfully in a public place I have the right to photograph anything in plain sight.
A few weeks ago, the parents of a former CMU student with a severe peanut allergy began speaking out about an incident that took place last fall.
TO THE EDITOR:My name is Justin Gawronski and I am writing in support of the formation of a Gender and Sexuality Center at Central Michigan University. As the Student Government Association President during the 2012-2013 academic year, I signed legislation in support of a Gender and Sexuality Center. Almost five years later, it is now past-time that CMU stops preaching values of inclusivity and tolerance, and starts doing something about it.Beyond having the honor to serve as the SGA President, I also served as a resident assistant, orientation leader, volunteer with the Office of LGBTQ Services, campus ambassador, and Leadership Institute intern.
If Friday is your first St. Patrick’s Day in Mount Pleasant, here’s some advice: Things can get wild.