With the Michigan Primaries on the way, we asked you what your biggest concerns were and who you thought your top candidates are.
Until Eurythmic is a dance production written and choreographed by CMU sixth year, Mariah Sterley. Until Eurythmic will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 20-22, 2020 in the Theatre on the Side in Moore Hall.
This week the Geeks discuss the results from the Oscars, reviews of the new Sonic movie, Birds of Prey and the larger DC Universe.
Feb. 15, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. marked the start of the annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics.
This weekend, CMU students will be competing in the popular Frostbite competition with the game Super Smash Bros.
Join the Geeks this week as they discuss which movies they are excited for this year and which movies leave them feeling skeptical.
Central Michigan University has started a dollar meal program to attempt battling food insecurity. The meals are available Monday and Thursday from 6-7 p.m. and offer many different foods. As of now, the program accepts cash only.
Video editor and game fanatic Dan Draper walks us through what to expect with the new CMU E-Sports team, as well as updates in the field. The first match of the Rainbow Six Siege team is on Saturday, Feb. 8
We asked your thoughts about the upcoming Oscar Academy Awards ceremony and the nominations that went out. Was your favorite movie of the year nominated? Will it win? Find out Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.
Journalist Michael Livingston takes us to see an inside look of the newest addition to the Center for Integrated Health Studies Building, better known as Health Professions Building (HP).
On Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 2020, Central Michigan University held its annual Siblings Weekend. The younger siblings/family members of a student at CMU can attend fun events held around campus for the whole family to enjoy. :::::::::::::::::::: Music: Dreams - Bensound https://www.bensound.com Support by RFM - NCM: https://bit.ly/2xGHypM ::::::::::::::::::::
This week the Geeks talked about the newest additions in the popular Nintendo game Super Smash Bros. Do you agree with their thoughts? What would you change?
The Geeks this week talk about the newest characters in the popular Nintendo game: Super Smash Bros. Do you agree with their thoughts?
Take a look into the life of Andrew Wawersik, the record-breaking power lifter from Shepherd.
Shepherd senior Andrew Wawersik picked up the sport of powerlifting in high school. Through breaking multiple records in the state, he has leaned on his family, faith and the love of his sport.
Being a little slow in news this week doesn't stop our Geeks from anything! This week they rank their TOP EIGHT Super Heroes and Super Villains. Do you agree with them? What would you change?
Take a glimpse into an exhibit at the University Art Gallery.
Torey Crosby was born with spina bifida - a birth defect in which there is incomplete closing of the spine and membranes around the spinal cord that prevents him from using his legs. Despite his disability, Crosby's positive "go-getter" attitude has gotten him through thick and thin.
Tune in to hear which classes students are most excited for and which classes have them nervous.