on March 22nd, both Pauly D and Jesse McCartney will be performing here in Mount Pleasant, and we asks students which one they will attend to.

Headlines: March 11

WATCH: Check out some of the stories you can expect to see in Monday's edition of CM-Life!

Student Advocates for Vegetarian/Veganism (SAVV) Workshop

WATCH: Student Advocates for Vegetarian/Veganism held a workshop for making vegan based items.

Q&A with CMU Women's Basketball

WATCH: The CMU Women's Basketball team will play in the MAC Tournament Championship on March 10 at 11 a.m. in Cleveland, Ohio. We asked them some questions on their day off. Follow CM Life Sports for updates

Campbell Hall Shooting

WATCH: Two people were shot dead this morning at Central Michigan University. Hear from an on-campus student living in the complex where the incident took place.




CM-Life's Cori Hanna takes on the streets to see what people are up to for spring break, and what they are looking forward to with a week off of class.

Drag Queen Morgan McMichaels

WATCH: Former 'RuPaul's Drag Race' participant Morgan McMichaels speaks to CMU students about issues faced by the LGBTQ+ community.

Juried 2018 CMU Student Art Exhibition

WATCH: The University Art Gallery hosts its annual student art show, available to the public Feb. 23 through March 24.

CMU Quidditch

WATCH: The club quidditch team on campus, CMU Quidditch, forms new friendships while preparing for the U.S. Quidditch Cup.

The Opioid Crisis

CM Crew discusses spread of addiction across the U.S.

Make waves for flint

WATCH: Justus League CMU holds "Make Waves For Flint", a benefit concert showcasing local musicians, poets and the Christ Central Choir. All proceeds were donated to the Flint water crisis.

A Wizard Abroad: The International Appeal of Harry Potter

WATCH: CMU Faculty explains why Harry Potter is so popular around the world.

CMYou: Student opinions on Parking Situation

WATCH: Students speak about CMU's on-campus parking.

Centennial Nights

WATCH: Centennial Hall hosts Centennial Nights, a celebration of local artists and musicians.

The Lo Down Protest

WATCH: Walled Lake senior Lorielle Walker and several other students protest the cancellation of her show, "The Lo Down".  Walker alleges her show was taken off-air following failing to censor a cuss word from a song.

Mental Health in Minority Communities

WATCH: The National Alliance on Mental Illness hosts an event for Black History Month to raise awareness for mental health in minorities.

Awareness Flags At Fabiano Gardens

WATCH: The College Democratic Association plants flags along Fabiano Botanical Gardens to raise awareness for potential mass shootings.