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In the culmination of a semester-long struggle with Northern Michigan University's student newspaper, The North Wind, the paper's board denied to hire both its faculty adviser and the only applicant for editor in chief in a meeting on April 3.In recent months, The North Wind's student journalists had shifted their focus to hard-hitting, investigative work.
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More than $75,000 were awarded to Central Michigan University student teams on Friday during the New Venture Competition, continuing a tradition of innovation among students.In its fifth year, the competition promotes entrepreneurship, collaboration and innovation.
As this year's Student Government Association elections begin on Monday, the organization is faced with only one candidate team, an inactive senate, a comparatively low operating budget and a general lack of student interest. The power and influence of SGA has been declining for years.
College students in the United States graduate with an average of $29,600 in debt, according to the Pew Research Center. Now think about the fact that students at Central Michigan University graduate with almost $3,000 more in debt than the national average. CMU's Office of Financial of Scholarships and Financial Aid can offer limited assistance with student debt, but only state lawmakers can actually take steps to alleviate financial burden placed on graduates.
Mount Pleasant city commissioners unanimously passed a resolution Monday supporting Proposal 15-1, showing their commitment to fixing local roads.House Speaker Kevin Cotter presented the proposal, also known as Proposal 1 for Safer Roads, to commissioners during their Monday meeting.
As the 26th annual Celebrating Life Pow Wow took place on campus during the weekend, students, faculty and community members had the chance to do more than spectate.More than entertainment, the annual celebration is an opportunity for the Central Michigan University community to learn about the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribal culture they are surrounded by. It is an opportunity that should not be missed. If we are going to wear, display and cheer the Chippewa name at sporting events, we have a duty to understand and respect the people and culture it represents.The Tribe, whose reservation was established in 1855, is an integral part of the university and surrounding community. CMU partners with the Tribe on several initiatives, from summer sports camps run by athletes and a mentoring program for tribal youth to education and training for all Athletics Department staff and student athletes.The Pow wow is organized by CMU's student-run Pow Wow Committee, and serves to further strengthen the relationship between the Tribe and university, bringing members and students together under one roof for celebration. The largest strength of the Pow wow lies in its ability to educate non-Native people and create deeper understanding between the Tribe and CMU community.All too often, non-Native people are presented with biased or negative images of Native Americans through modern media and sports culture.
As Women's History Month unfolds, it is important to recognize the work of women right here on our campus.Over the past few years, women-led registered student organizations have increased their presence at Central Michigan University.
During the Feb. 18 Student Liaison Committee Meeting, the Student Government Association proposed an increase of $327,000 to the Campus Programming Fund.The Central Michigan University Budget Priorities Committee suggested the SGA lower their request to $150,000 before it is viewed by University President George Ross.The committee also made it clear that the majority of any additional funds ought to be placed where the most students would benefit, according to SGA President Chuck Mahone.
It is rare to find an athletic program outside the Big Ten or Southeastern Conference that generates enough revenue to pay for itself.Most schools are forced to get creative to pay off their athletic programs.
Spring break is fast approaching; only a few classes and midterms separate students from a week of freedom.Some students will travel south to soak in the sun.
Since 2012, Michigan has been protecting underage students who do the right thing in emergency situations by granting them medical amnesty.Public Act 125 outlines the terms under which a minor under the age of 21 can be exempted from punishment for calling emergency medical services for themselves or a friend after consuming alcohol. With St.
What would you do with $28 million? It sounds like enough to do almost anything.This is how much Michigan universities stand to gain if Gov.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees granted approval Thursday for addition and renovation to parts of the building dating to 1913.
This year, the Student Government Association has created an online petition to bring parking issues to the attention of Central Michigan University Administration.Students have been complaining about parking for years, and will continue complaining for years to come.The fact is that student parking is not likely to change at this university, and it shouldn't.
The Board of Trustees will hold their next formal meeting on Thursday, Feb. 19 in the Students looking to have their voice heard should consider the meetings their best opportunities.
As students transition into adulthood, social media sites stops being places where they simply connect with friends and become tools to connect with the job market.With new social media sites popping up all the time, it can be tempting to use them for social reasons only. It is imperative, now more than ever, that members of our generation use social media responsibly.
The Student Government Association passed an amendment on Monday allowing student senators to represent any academic college.This system for filling senator seats is the same one that was used before the 2012-2013 election.
It appears the Chippewas have found an enthusiastic, committed new leader in former Detroit Lions special teams coordinator John Bonamego.A 1987 CMU graduate, Bonamego walked onto the football team as a quarterback before spending 16 years coaching in the NFL.