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Coming to college, Many LGBTQ+ students at CMU experience new-found liberation in exploring and accepting their sexual identity as they start dating for the first time. However, they often feel distress when preparing to visit their less accepting hometowns.
The owners of Kaya Coffee House don’t want to relocate -- but if they do -- they said there's a potential new location nearby.
Take Back the Tap supports various a conservations groups aimed at holding the state accountable to updating it's water policies.Among this initiatives is the Michigan Citizen's for Water Conservation's request to hold the Department of Environmental Quality responsible for 24/7 monitoring of the state's water table.
The bi-annual International Student Welcome Festival attracted students from across the world on Saturday, Feb.
Racers overcame the elements and obstacles on Saturday in downtown Mount Pleasant.
The International Student Organization will host several events throughout February to both help international students at Central Michigan University and promote cultural diversity in the community.“The purpose of ISO events is to build a bridge between the international community and CMU and Mount Pleasant,” said Hassnain Asgar, ISO social media chairperson.
The Office of Diversity Education will present an open forum discussing an immigration executive order signed by President Donald Trump at 1 p.m.
Central Michigan Life was awarded the title "College Newspaper of the Year" for editorial content produced during 2016.
Green lighting filled the John G. Kulhavi Event Center Atrium windows from top to bottom speckled with purple.
Michael Issac, a popular comedian featured on hit TV show Empire, traveled to Central Michigan University
to host a Lip Sync Battle.“This was my first time at Central and first time performing
at a college in Michigan,” said Issac. “I
think (the Lip Sync Battle) went really well.
Sometimes you have people who are a little shy but they say ‘you know
Mardi Gras is right around the corner, which means it is
time for the Annual “Night of Louisiana.”
This event welcomes anybody from the Mount Pleasant
community, of all ages, to dance, eat Louisiana cuisine and listen to Cajun and
Zydeco music.“The focus of the event is music and supporting the arts in
our community,” said Misheaila Neil, the director of University Events.This will be the 26th Annual “Night of Louisiana”,
that CMU will host on Jan.
About 15 students filled up the back of Kaya Coffee House
while listening to volunteer ideas coming up for the Planned Parenthood
Advocates of Michigan. For those looking
to be involved in the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, there now is a
way to here in Mount Pleasant.Jackson senior Victoria Saylor hosted the Mount Pleasant
Activist Night at Kaya Coffee House on January 25th. Saylor is the Organizing Intern for PPAM.The meeting was from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Trump boasts 'America first' mindset in inaugural addressKate Carlson
A sea of red “Make America Great Again” hats filled Capitol Hill as supporters of Donald Trump, the 45
th President of the United States of America, was sworn into office at 11:30 a.m.
Students from a Central Michigan University social work class attended the Women's March on Lansing.
While President Donald Trump was being sworn into office, “Black Lives Matter” signs were being raised high as about 50 Central Michigan University students gathered to participate in the “Not Our President” protest at the Fabiano Botanical Gardens.These are the people Temperance sophomore Sarah Jeffrey considers “cry babies.”As Barack Obama left office and President Trump was inaugurated, many CMU students spent Friday either in celebration or in mourning.“People think their opinion is the only right one and (those kinds of people are) closed-minded in their opinions and in the realm of life,” said Jeffery,who is the first vice president of College Republicans.
Waka Flocka Flame is coming back to Mount Pleasant.The 30-year-old rapper will perform at Wayside Central on Saturday, March 25.
Members of the campus community at Central Michigan University rallied today, in protest of President Donald Trump's inauguration. Roughly 50 people participated in the CMU Black Lives Matter chapter's "Not Our President" rally.
The Relay For Life Kickoff is to take place January 19 at 7
p.m. in the University Center Rotunda.This will be a chance to ask questions about the upcoming
event in March and also sign up a team. The kickoff is sponsored by the Colleges Against Cancer
organization at Central Michigan University.
Marijuana possession, drunk driving most notable crimes last month.
A way to get involved in helping local communities.