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Bass drops, the vibration of my phone and cheers of celebration sound off around me as I try to settle into studying for exams on a Tuesday night in my apartment. Struggling to gather my willpower, the only solace I have for blocking out the FOMO (fear of missing out) is my headphones and tried-and-tested study playlist.
COLUMN: As the clock hits 0:00By Taylor DesOrmeauSports Editor Oftentimes, people ask me what my dream job is.
It's Thursday, which means it's salad day. Again.As I lug my tired butt down from the third floor of Merrill Hall into the dining hall, I realize two things: one — I pay too much money to be here and have my meals consist of soup, salad, soup, salad, ed nauseum.
All social justice efforts I can think of boil down to the same underlying problem: discrimination.As Earth Day approaches, people should keep in mind that environmental conservation is no different.People who earn higher wages tend to live in areas away from highways, factories and other sources of undesirable pollutants.
As of late Tuesday evening, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took the New York primaries by storm.
I am a second-generation Asian-American male of Filipino descent. That means at least one of my parents was born in a foreign country.
America should always be a place where a person who is willing to work hard has a fair shot to get ahead and have success in life, no matter his or her background.
I’ll never understand what took so long to make the switch.One of my biggest gripes with living in Mt.
Cell phones are ruining the college experience.The superficial nature in students that social media enforces has become an underlying problem on campuses nationwide.
Check yourself before you wreck yourself. Stark words from a 1990s hip-hop anthem about making sure you know your place.
It is time our university leaders ask themselves an important question: What does Central Michigan University stand for?
Two months before I left for my freshman year of college, my doctor made me choose between what he called "an education and a body bag." I was 15 pounds underweight.
It is always hard to pass the torch, especially when the torch embodies something that means as much to me as the Student Government Association does.
On March 23, News Central 34 released a broadcast that claimed to feature an exclusive interview with a student who said he saw sexually explicit images during a class at Central Michigan University.The student was unnamed and so was the professor, though references were made to an ongoing CMUPD investigation that we became aware of after officers executed a search warrant March 10 in Ranzenberger's Moore Hall office as part of a criminal investigation of child pornography found on the university-owned computer in his office.In the weeks following this broadcast, I have participated in several discussions with colleagues, members of the Department of Journalism and News Central 34 adviser Richard Sykes about the ethics of using anonymous sources and how Central Michigan Life has reported on the CMUPD investigation of a computer in Moore Hall and the now-ceased Faculty Personnel Services investigation of Mark Ranzenberger.Few ethical issues in journalism are more entangled with the law than the use of anonymous sources.
New students at Central Michigan University will not get the chance to appreciate the two days off before exams this year, known as Gentle Thursday and Friday.According to CMU’s “campus traditions” listed on its website, Gentle Thursday and Friday were established in 1960 by Program Board to give faculty and students time off before spring final exams.
I have never been good at making friends with people my age.
I imagine, for others around campus, it’s the same way.When you’re younger that doesn’t matter.
Raving Geeks co-hosts Ben Solis and Tyler Guza saw the movie in an early screening, and their reactions are mixed, to put it lightly.
Like many college basketball fans, I have been glued to a television set for the past week. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament — now earning more than $1 billion in revenue for the NCAA.
The new American experience for some mixed race kids means looking pale and feeling brown, but never both at the same time.
Recently, there has been an obvious tension felt between Mount Pleasant residents and Central Michigan University students.