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Sixty-four pieces of art created by Central Michigan University student’s will be displayed in the University Art Gallery until March 25. chosen and awarded by guest juror Israel Davis to be displayed at the Art Gallery during the Juried Art Exhibition on campus.
In the fluctuating social environment we are currently immersed in, many organizations are re-thinking their stances regarding inclusivity based on gender and/or sexuality.
The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Outstanding Citizen of the Year is no longer with us — but the spirit of Tim Brockman was felt by everyone in attendance.When news broke Thursday of the community leader’s passing, the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce rearranged its 60th annual award banquet to honor Brockman’s legacy.His longtime friend, Chris “Elmo” Walton, flanked by members of the Brockman family, accepted the award on his behalf at the Comfort Inn and Suites Conference Center Saturday night.“Tim would be so honored for your recognition of him, though he did not seek out praise or personal attention,” Walton said.
Human Solutions North American kicked off its Size North America venture on campus last night, where Central Michigan University introduced its new body scanner which will be critical for the project.
Tim Brockman, owner of Max & Emily's Eatery, died unexpectedly Wednesday evening.
Uber is coming to Mount Pleasant. Starting at 12 p.m. today, the popular ride-sharing app will begin offering services in Bay City, Saginaw, Midland and Mount Pleasant, according to a press release from Uber.
The Broadway Theatre struggles to collect donations as they are cut off from earning any revenue for the winter season.
Mount Pleasant City Commissioner Lori Gillis thinks some developers are taking advantage of taxpayers.
Something new is coming to the community of Isabella and Central Michigan University.
MC Sports, located at 1412 S. Mission St., will close after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week.Stephen Grow, MC Sports' lawyer, said the decision was announced after the company was unable to secure enough cash to purchase spring inventory, according to MLive."This is a sad day and we are trying to make the best of a bad situation.
Fire trucks and two state troopers were on scene at Lexington Apartments Sunday evening for an individual who passed out after consuming alcohol.
About 23,000 Special Olympics Michigan athletes are given the opportunity to participate in fall, winter and summer competitions because of the Polar Plunge.Jenison senior Hannah Rickers is the chair of the Polar Plunge Student Committee.
Central Michigan University students, local law enforcement, volunteers and community members gathered in the Wayside Central parking lot Saturday and raised nearly $80,000 for Special Olympics Michigan.Special Olympics Michigan set a goal of $80,000 for its 2017 Mount Pleasant Polar Plunge.
A Mount Pleasant man was taken into custody Friday after starting a high-speed chase with police that ended in spikes strips being deployed.
Before most people are awake on Saturday, Jan. 18, volunteer will be hard at work setting up the biggest fund raising event for Special Olympics, Polar Plunge. Volunteers have to set up the pool in the Wayside parking lot using the freezing water from the fire hydrant.
The International Student Organization is hosting its annual Cultural Night and Expo from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Kaya Coffee House isn’t going anywhere.
Tinder provides a digital outlet for people in search for romance, companionship and unknowingly a series of disappointment or success.
Davison senior Trevor Thomas is a bouncer at O'Kelly's Sports Bar & Grille, but is sometimes summoned to help out in adjacent Wayside Central.In spring 2016, Thomas was at Wayside Central when a man was hitting on one of the bartenders and was drunk.
Bird and Jak Wurtz’s love story began with a hacked OkCupid account and an orange crayon.They met in November 2016 when Jak’s friend messaged random users on Jak’s OKCupid account, all in the hope that the break-in would help him start dating again.