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There were 10 awards presented at the Student Government
Association Presidential Inauguration on Monday, April 24.
The Presidential Inauguration took place in the Powers Ballroom at 7 p.m.“I am beyond thankful to be apart of this wonderful
organization with all of these amazing and hard working individuals,” said
2016-17 academic year SGA President Jazmin Biernat.The awards presented are the following:
Academic Affairs Outstanding Committee Member of
the YearDiversity Outstanding Committee Member of the
YearGovernmental Affairs Outstanding Committee Member
of the YearRSO Growth & Development Outstanding Committee
Member of the YearSpirits and Traditions Outstanding Committee Member
of the YearSustainability Outstanding Committee Member of
the YearOutstanding House MemberOutstanding Senate MemberCharles Mahone II Award Presidential Recognition AwardOnce the awards were given out, a buffet was served for dinner.One by one, the new senators, treasurer, president and vice president took the stage for the swearing-in ceremony.“I’m really, truly excited for these group of students to be
supported and lead SGA next year, and subsequently the student body,”
Amanda Jackson recently won the Fulbright Grant, which will allow her to teach in Mexico.The Oak Harbor, Washington, senior will professionally teach English as an assistant in an English-speaking program from kindergarten to 12th grade.
Taking inspiration from the event that has gained worldwide notoriety, marchers aimed to challenge the environment that makes women feel unsafe on college campuses at night.
The anticipated concert of the year provided by the CMU Program Board, the band DNCE brought a few hundred people with high energy on Friday night in McGuirk Arena. Opening up for the band, was Chord Overstreet, also known for playing Sam on the Fox hit show, “Glee”. Overstreet serenaded the crowd with songs that were about romance and a significant other.
Paying attention to surroundings was emphasized by Andres Tapia, a senior partner for Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting, during his keynote address at Central Michigan University’s Diversity and Inclusion Symposium on Wednesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.The symposium highlighted trends of diversity and inclusion.
The Office of Diversity Education will host their second annual Diversity and Inclusion symposium in the UC Rotunda on Wednesday, April 19, from 8:15 a.m.
Two juniors are taking a collaborative approach by creating a clothing line to showcase in the Threads Fashion Show.
When Alee'a Ulsh-Cherry realized she wanted to make an impact at Central Michigan University, she went to Program Board.Last year, the Canton senior joined the student-run organization that facilitates on-campus concerts and events.
This year’s Threads Fashion Show is to feature 3D art displays, original garments and special guest, Tim Gunn in a production costing nearly $30,000.
The Central Michigan University chapter of Amnesty Interantional held their first official Slam Jam event at The Dreamer Coffee Shop on Friday night. Participants were encouraged to speak their mind about topics like social justice, diversity and human rights through a form of expression of their choosing.
Student Environmental Alliance and Take Back the Tap are teaming up to host Central Michigan University's Earth Week this week.On Monday, Student Government Association and Sigma Pit fraternity will sponsor a campus cleanup from 11 a.m.
PBS will visit Central Michigan University on April 19 to film for their new documentary, “Enlisted.”The documentary is being directed and produced by Keith Famie and the Visionalist Entertainment Productions team.
With larger cities at least an hour away by car, there aren’t many opportunities for Central Michigan University students to perform or experience comedy.
About 50 people gathered inside Park Library Auditorium on April 13 to attend a panel discussion aimed at the refugee crisis."Finding Home: The Refugee Crisis in the U.S.
Dozens of students gathered to understand more about
inclusive language and its impact in a school setting in the
“Inclusive Language in the Classroom” workshop.
From 1-4 p.m., nearly 70 students took part in the charity event to raise awareness and support the homeless.
When Mattew Frasik took his first steps in his walk with Christ, he wasn’t seeking a relationship with God — it was quite the contrary.
Maham Khan believes displaying her religion proudly in the face of backlash is an essential part of any young Muslim’s search for truth.
Her pilgrimage to the Jewish homeland was just one among many life changing experiences the Trenton senior has had while being a part of Hillel at Central Michigan University.