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New Venture Challenge and Kick-Off

The Isabella Bank Institute for Entrepreneurship hosts the New Venture Challenge kick-off and Ideation Challenge as an opportunity for students to think of and present ways to improve the student experience on campus, Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Grawn Hall. The New Venture Challenge is open to all students and is an opportunity for students to win money, allowing them to start their own venture through workshops and other events. 

Soccer VS. Buffalo

Central Michigan's women's soccer team faced off against Buffalo, Thursday, Oct. 5 in the Multipurpose Complex. The teams tied 2-2, with goals scored by CMU graduate student midfielder Claudia Muessig and CMU redshirt junior forward Jaelyn Dobrowolski.

Volleyball Beats Toledo

Central Michigan's volleyball team beat Toledo 3-0, Sunday, Oct. 1 in McGuirk Arena. Senior middle blocker Austyn DeWeese was player of the game after recording five kills and five blocks in her first career start. The win brings the team's record to 2-3 in conference play and 8-9 overall. 

Volleyball Falls to Toledo

The Central Michigan volleyball team competes against The University of Toledo on Saturday, Sept. 30, in McGuirk Arena. CMU fell to UT in the first of the two games, with the final score of 1-3.

Field Hockey Vs Lindenwood

The Central Michigan Field Hockey team plays against Lindenwood University, Sunday, Oct. 1, at Cristy Freese Field. CMU fell to Lindenwood, with an overall score of 1-2. 

Football CMU Vs Eastern Michigan

Central Michigan's football team defeated Eastern Michigan 26-23, Saturday, Sept. 30 in Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The stadium had its largest attendance record since 2016 with 28,323 fans. The win starts the teams' conference record with 1-0 and brings their overall record to 3-2.   

Gallery: Magician John Rotellini

Program Board hosts magician John Rotellini to perform as part of Friends and Family Weekend Saturday, Sept. 30 in Warriner Hall. Rotellini, who lives and performs in Las Vegas, Nevada, performed a variety of tricks that left the audience stunned. 

Women's Soccer VS. Western Michigan

The CMU women's soccer team faced off against WMU for their fourth game of the season, Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Multipurpose Complex. Central Michigan University lost to the WMU bronco's 1-3.  

Field Hockey VS. Appalachian

Central Michigan's field hockey team fell to Appalachian State 3-1, Friday, Sept. 29 at at Cristy Freese Field. Freshman forward Zoey Emrick scored the only goal for CMU unassisted. The loss brings the team's record to 0-3 in conference play and 1-8 overall. CMU will play Lindenwood at home, Sunday, Oct. 1 at 12 p.m. in Cristy Freese Field.

We Do Lunch & Learn

University of Communications hosts 'We Do Lunch & Learn,' on Monday, Sept. 25, in the Bovee University Center. The Lunch & Learn was an opportunity for participants to learn about the campaign strategies for attracting potential students to CMU's campus. 

Gallery: Ballet Folklorico

Ballet Folklorico de la Luz and Multicultural Academic Student Services host a Ballet Folklorico Performance as part of Hispanic Heritage Month events, Wednesday, Sept. 27 in Townsend Kiva Theatre. Dancers from Ballet Folklorico de la Luz, an RSO at CMU, performed various styles of the traditional dance form. 

Gallery: Empowering Immigrant/Undocumented Students

Empowered Latino Union and Multicultural Academic Student Services hosts Empowering Immigrant and Undocumented Students in Higher Education as part of Hispanic Heritage Month events, Tuesday, Sept. 26 in Sarah Opperman Auditorium. Panel members shared their experiences in pursuing higher education as immigrant students and provided insight on the barriers that immigrant and undocumented students face.  

CMU vs Eastern Soccer

Central Michigan's soccer team fell to Eastern Michigan University 1-0 on Thursday, Sept. 21 in the Multipurpose Complex. Redshirt junior goalkeeper Allison LaPoint led the team with eight saves. Eastern Michigan's Kate Robinson scored the only goal of the game on a penalty kick. The loss brings CMU's conference record to 0-1 and overall record to 1-2-3. 

The Art of Talavera Making

Central Bridge hosts the Art of Talavera Making Thursday, September 21, in the Center for Student Inclusion and Diversity, Bovee University Center.  CMU students were encouraged to paint their own Talavera piece as part of events for Hispanic Heritage Month.  

More Than One Voice

Multicultural Academic Student Services hosts More Than Just One Voice as part of Hispanic Heritage Month events, Tuesday, Sept. 19, in Sarah Opperman Auditorium. Seniors Ku'Juana Quinn and Gabriela Torres hosted the event. They highlighted prominent Afro-Latine figures and discussed how the intersection of race and ethnicity allows people to use their voices to uplift communities.

STEM Career Fair

CMU STEM students gathered to meet with representatives of potential career opportunities, Friday, Sep. 15, in the School of Engineering and Technology. The event lasted from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and gave students an opportunity to test their resumes with real-world employers.

Jugetes y Dulces

Juguetes y Dulces -- meaning 'toys and sweets' in Spanish -- celebrated the tastes and games of Mexico Sept. 18. 

The event featured Frida Ferrusquia, a junior who grew up in Mexico before returning to the United States at age 15, showcasing the toys, games and sweets of her childhood, while teaching about Mexican culture and traditions.

Feature: CMU vs Notre Dame

The Central Michigan Chippewas faced off against the Fighting Irish for the first time, making history between the two universities, on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Notre Dame Stadium. CMU lost against Notre Dame with a final score of 41-17, leaving the Chippewas with an overall score of 1-2 for the season. 

Action: CMU vs Notre Dame

The Central Michigan Chippewas faced off against the Fighting Irish for the first time, making history between the two universities, on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Notre Dame Stadium. CMU lost against Notre Dame with a final score of 41-17, leaving the Chippewas with an overall score of 1-2 for the season.