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Tawas City junior Bren Sowerby has dealt with attention deficit disorder, dissociative disorder and tics since he was five years old. In the spring, Sowerby was hospitalized because of his mental health. The music theater major spent more than half of a month away from classes and is still dealing with repercussions.
When a college student only has one or two drinks but feels much drunker, it is possible that they have been drugged.
Free tampons and menstrual pads will be available in four CMU bathrooms beginning this week, Student Government Association Vice President Lyndi Rose announced at SGA’s Sept. 30 meeting. This marks the second year Rose has spearheaded the Menstrual Hygiene Product Initiative.
Summit Sessions Live, broadcast by MHTV and 91.5 The Mountain, is returning for its fourth season this Friday.
A student leans against a bathroom stall inside Mount Pleasant High School and inhales flavored vapor. Not far from where they stand is a poster plastered on the stall warning students of electronic cigarette side-effects. Others are not as timid and smoke from desks situated in the back of a classroom.
This weekend, hundreds of Central Michigan University students will be traveling to Kalamazoo for one of the school's biggest rivalry football games: Western Weekend.
The Central Michigan University chapter of Society of Professional Journalists will be hosting "Mingle With the Media" from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26 in Biosciences 1010. Students interested in media will have the opportunity to speak to representatives from student publications and registered student organizations.
The College Democrats at Central Michigan University is seeking a “passionate individual” to represent the organization in Student Government Association.
Two Central Michigan University students were selected Sept. 19 to be part of the Secretary of State’s Collegiate Student Advisory Task Force – a “first-of-its-kind effort to empower the next generation of voters.”
This is a column from Katie Prebelich, Student Government Association press secretary. She is a junior from Troy, Michigan.
Central Michigan University police are warning students to be wary of what shows up in their email inbox.
The police department is investigating several incidents of email fraud through the university email system, according to a Facebook post issued by the CMU Police Department Sept. 20.
Over the past few weeks, there have been three incidents where students have received scam emails offering them fraudulent internships or business opportunities, said Lt. Cameron Wassman.
In each incident, a student received an email from someone representing an alleged employment or internship company. The victims are asked to provide personal information to the company, including phone numbers and emails.
After contacting the victims by phone or email, the alleged company asked victims to purchase gift cards and send pictures of the activated cards back to the company. There have also been requests for the students to purchase blank check paper to print fraudulent checks.
"A legitimate business will never use activated gift cards for payment," the CMUPD Facebook post warned. "Similarly, a legitimate business will not ask you to print your own checks."
Of the three reported victims who have received the emails, two students have sent the requested information to the fraudulent company, Wassman said.
CMUPD posted on Facebook on Friday afternoon, warning students to be cautious of the fraudulent emails to prevent further scams.
"While three incidents doesn't sound like a lot, we want to prevent people from being victimized," Wassman said. "Usually if people get suspicious emails they just delete them, but it's important that people don't fall victim to these email scams."
CMU police warned students to be wary of unsolicited emails offering jobs or services. Police urge students to verify the legitimacy of a company or sender before giving out any personal information.
More information about online security can be found on the Federal Trade Commission website.
Wassman said students are advised to delete any suspicious emails they receive. If students who have been victimized by a fraudulent company wish to report the incident to police, they can call CMUPD dispatch at (989) 774-3081.
When Mount Pleasant senior Ryanne Reddick came to Central Michigan University, she was a biology major. Reddick stumbled across the ASL program when trying to complete her scholarship requirements.
Port Hope alumna Hannah Sawdon always knew that she wanted to be a lawyer. After graduating this spring from Central Michigan University, her dream is coming true.
Central Michigan University’s Student Government Association held elections Monday evening to select a house leader, senate leader and to fill a spate of vacant senate seats.
Whenever asked what her first-ever concert was, Saginaw senior Lauren Nowosatka must make an immediate decision: does she tell people about the time she saw Justin Bieber in 2012 or when she saw Hozier in Royal Oak and crowned herself an indie rock disciple?
When asked about his class standing, Bay City student Matt Grimmer smiles timidly before calling himself a "super-sophomore."
Reece Bays-Kramer perched himself on a wooden bar stool Saturday, Sept. 14 in the East driveway at O'Kelly's Bar and Grille. The bouncer collected $10 parking fees and stashed the money in a clear fanny pack strapped to his waist.
While her collection of bud trays rest in the glass counter, Ashley Nola discusses the availability of pre-rolled joints and cannabidiol (CBD) lotions over the phone during a 3-9 p.m. shift.
Carey Hall in the Towers Complex has been closed to undergo renovations because of low enrollment and will reopen in the 2020 fall semester.
A woman flies into the air, and for a moment it seems like she’ll never come down. She spins, flips and plummets toward the mat with four men prepared to catch her – the same ones who nearly threw her into the rafters seconds before.