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In the past 17 years, the Organization of Women Leaders (OWLs) has evolved from a registered student organization providing training and community support for female students, to a group that fights for social justice and gender equality issues on campus.
The frequency and nature of President Donald Trump’s lies could have serious impacts on the U.S., said the four speakers at the “Truth in the Age of Trump” panel discussion.
The Society of Professional Journalists is hosting a panel discussion to address how the meaning of facts, truth and the media has changed under the Trump administration.
The “Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again” released on March 13 by President Donald Trump could affect 1.5 million jobs provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative — including positions at Central Michigan University.
Anti-abortion activist and lawyer, Rebecca Kiessling, was escorted to her car by police after she said she was harassed and disrespected by a pro-choice student during her lecture Tuesday night in Anspach Hall.
Senators in the Academic Senate expressed deep concern about pending budget cuts expected in each department to manage the $10.6 million deficit facing Central Michigan University.
A family member's caution and good timing helped prevent a Central Michigan University doctoral student from staying behind in his native country of Iran.
Nearly 500 people gathered outside the Bovee University Center at noon on Tuesday to protest an executive order issued by President Donald Trump on Friday, Jan. 27. The ban blocks entry into the U.S. for people and refugees hailing from seven Muslim majority countries: Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen.
After meeting an elderly couple from southern Michigan at the Women’s March on Washington, Shelly Hinck felt inspired by the significance of the protest that resonated with everyone, regardless of age.
A sea of red “Make America Great Again” hats filled Capitol Hill as supporters of Donald Trump, the 45
th President of the United States of America, was sworn into office at 11:30 a.m. on the morning of Friday, Jan. 20.
While watching the inauguration, one Central Michigan University student could probably recall a better story about the 45th U.S. president than you.
WASHINGTON — Hundreds of thousands of women of all ages, races and religions packed tightly into the streets of Washington D.C., sending a clear rebuke to newly inaugurated President Donald Trump.
LANSING — Nearly 8,000 people crowded in front of the Michigan Capitol Building on Saturday — some backed up across the street and others on rooftops.
In the same moments President Donald Trump was sworn into office on inauguration day, roughly 50 Central Michigan University students and faculty rallied in the drizzling rain to protest.
Central Michigan University alumna Brooke Emery began her professional music career at CMU — mastering the clarinet for her undergraduate education. Since graduating in 2001, Emery has become well-established in the performing arts industry.
LANSING — Only a few people gathered outside Michigan’s Capitol Building to protest Gov. Rick Snyder’s State of the State address Tuesday night.
Chants of “hey, hey, ho, ho hate speech has got to go” and “say it now say it clear, immigrants are welcome here,” echoed throughout campus Tuesday as about 300 students and community members marched to Warriner Hall.
The way young Americans view one another and their political differences changed forever last week when Donald Trump was elected President of the United States.
In the wake of Donald Trump being elected the next President of the United States of America, many Americans took to social media to debate the possibilities of policies Trump had championed throughout his campaign.
More than 8,600 voters cast their ballots on Tuesday in favor of reelecting Mount Pleasant Mayor Kathy Ling
and City Commissioner Tony Kulick to their Mount Pleasant City Commission seats.