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Religion faculty member Laurel Zwissler’s office walls are covered with students’ doodles illustrating class concepts: a man with binoculars staring at a stoplight demonstrates Foucault’s power theories, while a sink that looks like a prop from a science-fiction movie stands as commentary on modern culture.
On a gusty fall afternoon, in the village of Bear Lake, Mich., five Central Michigan University students prepared for an underwater adventure.
Central Michigan University students will have the opportunity to experience life in poverty.
Acclimating to a new environment is one of the most difficult changes a person can experience. International students face one of the most extreme versions of this change. The challenges they face outside the classroom are different than those that domestic students have an easier time with, like meeting friends or finding new hobbies.
What was originally going to be a panel discussion turned into a presentation and discussion about the perspective of transgender and non-binary students on college campuses.
“He kept stabbing him, and he kept stabbing him, maybe 48 times, maybe 50 times, until he was dead, until his head was almost severed,” said award-winning journalist Issac Bailey.
Students can learn more about how Counseling Services and the Office of Student Affairs are working together at the upcoming Central Michigan University Student Government Association general meeting.
University of Haifa math education professor Anna Sfard discussed different aspects of mathematics in two lectures over two days for the 7th annual Fleming Lecture Series.
Richard Featheringham dedicated decades of his life to teaching business communication and writing at Central Michigan University.
Central Michigan University Student Government Association passed two pieces of legislation Monday evening.
“Do you want to have sex?”
Seven months after a deadly shooting claimed two lives in Campbell Hall, Central Michigan University faculty and students will finally see substantial improvements to campus security in October.
During Simba Machamire’s first semester as a freshman at Central Michigan University, he found himself engaged in the same self-destructive behavior many students fall prey to.
Wrapping up deaf awareness week, Central Michigan University students, faculty and community members gathered to share their stories and experiences with the deaf community at the community panel on Sept. 29 in Anspach Hall.
The night is young but the music is old.
This month's Soup and Substance event brings international leaders to Central Michigan University.
Homecoming has endured many changes since its creation in 1924. However, it remains an opportunity for friends to come together, alumni to meet today's students and for CMU to showcase what makes the university part of the greater Mount Pleasant community.
Professor and researcher Claude Bouchard will visit Central Michigan University to speak about fitness levels amongst training and sedentary lifestyles.
Star of TLC's "Little People, Big World" Amy Roloff has advice for students who feel out of place: take control of your situation.
Jamie Ford's novel, “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” was on the New York Times bestseller list for two years.