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The team is looking to secure a deal to get the app endorsed by Central Michigan University. The app, named Guarded, will function as a mobile version of the Blue Light phones, sending immediate alerts to campus police and emergency contacts in the user’s phone once activated.
Quiroga, 43, is a breast cancer survivor who earned her community development degree from Central Michigan University in August.
Clarke Historical Library will take part in the national event Ask an Archivist Day on Oct. 4, which will allow Central Michigan University students, faculty and staff to ask archivists from Clarke Historical Library any questions they have about CMU's history.
In the deep, dark atmosphere of Moore 102, Trap Door Improv uses the Platform Theatre to create their magic.
Students of differing majors gathered in the Charles V. Park Library auditorium Friday to discuss their ongoing research at the annual McNair Research Fall Symposium.
Using American Sign Language comedy to connect deaf and hearing audiences, Patrick Fisher performed at Central Michigan University at 7 p.m Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 under his stage name, Mr. Shineyhead.
A high-energy crowd of more than 90 people attended Deepher Dudes Pageant Thursday night in Pearce 128. The pageant, hosted by the Beta Pi chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon, raised money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Phenomenal Brown Girl, a multicultural registered student organization dedicated to women's empowerment, sisterhood, mentoring and service, will host its first Brown Girl Expo from 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28 in the Bovee University Center Gold Room. The event is free and open to the public.
Deaf performer Patrick Fisher, also known as Mr. Shineyhead, will bring American Sign Language, theater and laughter to Central Michigan University 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28 in Anspach Hall room 162.
Central Michigan University’s Program Board is holding a series of trivia nights this semester, with one taking place at 8 p.m. this Thursday, Sept. 28 in Powers Ballroom.
McNair scholars will present their summer research to the Central Michigan University community at 1 p.m., Sept. 29 in the Charles V. Park Library.
Trap Door Improv, an improvisational comedy group sponsored by University Theatre, will host its first shows of the semester starting at 6 p.m., Sept. 30 in room 102 of Moore Hall, also known as the Platform Theatre.
Alternative Winter Break sign ups will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 26 on the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center’s OrgSync portal.
For nearly 94 years, the Central Michigan University marching band has provided the soundtrack for CMU football. With harmony and near-perfect precision, more than 260 student musicians march in unison across the field.
Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration held a ribbon cutting event Thursday, Sept. 21 to showcase the new and improved Grawn Hall in front of the donors that helped make it possible.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees discussed reviewing the organizational structure of academic divisions, increasing the four-year graduation rate and inclusivity on campus at the Sept. 21 formal meeting in the President’s Conference Room at the Bovee University Center.
The Trustees approved the consent agenda, which included a Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs funding request, the Plante Moran audit report for the fiscal year and approval for the target four-year graduation rate.
The 32-year-old doctor and former executive director of the Detroit Health Department knows he faces demographic challenges in Michigan. However, the man who wants to be America’s first Muslim governor said he can appeal to Michiganders, specifically those who voted for President Donald Trump.
Hazing is one of the only crimes in the U.S. where the victim does not need to state that something has happened to them for those at fault to get in trouble. In other words, most victims of hazing do not even realize they are being hazed, said panel member and assistant director of student organizations on Central Michigan University's campus, Dani Rossman.
When Nabeel Ahmed arrived in the United States in January, his family in Pakistan was a little worried about how he would be welcomed by Americans.
President Donald Trump was about to be inaugurated. Ahmed is a Muslim, and the then president-elect targeted Muslims during his campaign, calling for them to be banned from entering the United States.
Ahmed, a graduate student, said he was surprised by how he was treated at Central Michigan University.
Abdul El-Sayed is the former executive director of the Detroit Department of Health and Wellness Promotion.