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EDITOR'S NOTE: An earlier version of this editorial incorrectly stated Judy Idema was "removed from her position as Assistant Director." Idema was not removed, her position as Associate Director of the Honors Program was eliminated. The story ahs been updated with the correct information.
This week, Central Michigan Life is joined by hundreds of other media outlets, civic groups and engaged citizens around the country in celebrating Sunshine Week.
One of the words Board of Trustees Chair Richard Studley used to describe President Bob Davies job performance over the past three years was “outstanding.”
Getting tired of chicken nuggets and pizza every day? It might be time to start looking off-campus at supporting some of the locally-owned businesses that keep the city of Mount Pleasant alive and give the city its unique character.
On the first day of the Spring 2022 semester, students were greeted by a few too many squirrels for January.
EDITOR"S NOTE: An earlier version of this story had a typo that misidentified the number of COVID-19 deaths in Michigan. The story has been updated with the accurate number. As of Friday, Jan. 14 Michigan has 1,709,593 confirmed cases and 28,228 deaths.
It's time for a break – and we deserve it.
When it comes to handling COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, Central Michigan University has seen some success during this semester following a decent 2020-21 academic year.
Dear Michigan Public Universities,
Week 10: We’re all feeling it.
Too often Central Michigan University students feel like just another face in the crowd. Just another tuition bill. Just one more parking ticket. Just one more mouth to feed with a prepaid meal plan that doesn't deliver.
Reporting is difficult to do even under the best of circumstances.
Since Welcome Weekend, Central Michigan University Facebook parent groups and student Twitter accounts have served up a full buffet of complaints about uncooked chicken, spoiled milk, food shortages and other problem in campus residential restaurants.
Executive Vice President and Provost Mary Schutten will step down from that role on Dec. 31, having only served in the position for two years.
New students are arriving on campus, parking tickets are being stuck to cars and Welcome Weekend is just around the corner. The Fall 2021 semester is about to begin, but the COVID-19 pandemic is still lingering.
In a March 16 email to campus, university officials announced all CMU employees, are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, regardless of age or medical conditions. The news spread quickly. In a matter of hours, appointments were filled up for the following weeks.
After two Wellness Days, many Central Michigan University students have concluded that Wellness Days are anything but “well.”
Right now, with COVID-19 restrictions and many students choosing to stay home this semester, the campus feels distant and lonely.
Throughout the whirlwind that was 2020, one thing rang clear -- many know little about the day-to-day lives of Black Americans.
Wednesday, many people took a breath of fresh air as the 46th President of the United States placed his hand over his family Bible and swore to protect the Constitution of the United States.