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The Office for Institutional Diversity & Inclusion and Multicultural Academic Student Services presented the second annual Multicultural Student Leadership Conference on Saturday in the Bovee University Center. The conference is meant to aid students in areas of leadership and multicultural development.
After experiencing intense chest pains and bronchitis-like symptoms outside Anspach Hall, Katelyn Massaria found herself taken to McLaren Central Michigan Hospital by ambulance.
Israel Davis spoke of the inspiration for his newest ceramic as Central Michigan University students and faculty members passed around the porcelain airplane statue.
This year’s Black History Month Food Taster was held at the Wesley Foundation on Feb 15 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Student Government Association leaders presented tentative plans for a State of the Student Body address at the Trustee-Liaison Student Committee meeting, part of the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees, in the President's Conference Room on Wednesday at the Bovee University Center.
Central Michigan University President George Ross said Tuesday that the creator of an anti-Semitic Valentine's Day card is a former student.
House and Senate members approved a proposal to create a University Program Group 4D at Student Government Association's meeting on Feb. 13.
The former SBX building that houses Kaya Coffee House will not be rezoned following a Mount Pleasant City Commission vote.
Bird and Jak Wurtz’s love story began with a hacked OkCupid account and an orange crayon.
Julia Webster made a Tinder account because it was popular in her close circle of friends. On day one she made a match and chatted with him frequently.
By early middle school, Markie Heideman realized his attractions differed from most of the boys in his class. He wasn’t attracted to women, and because of the climate and values of his hometown’s atmosphere, that wasn’t OK.
Davison senior Trevor Thomas last spring was working at Wayside Central when a drunk man was hitting on one of the bartenders.
Held for the first year by the African Student Association, the SANKOFA Pan-African Fashion Show offered African food, music and a photo
booth for a night of fun in Finch Fieldhouse on Friday.
University officials say the woman responsible for creating an anti-Semitic Valentine's Day card was not a Central Michigan University student as of Feb. 8, 2017 and has since left Mount Pleasant.
News of an anti-Semitic Valentine's
Day card that trivializes the Holocaust sparked outrage on the campus of
Central Michigan University and drew international condemnation.
The fourth annual Valentine's Day Panel on Thursday consisted entirely of religion and philosophy department faculty and discussed themes such as religion and love in Anspach Hall Room 162.
This story was updated at noon Thursday, Feb. 9.
The owners of Kaya Coffee House don’t want to relocate -- but if they do -- they said there's a potential new location nearby.
Department of Environmental Quality issued Nestlé Water North America its first permit to extract
state water for profit in 2000. Since then, the company has extracted millions
of gallons of water it bottles and sells back to Michigan residents for as
much as $1.80 a bottle.
A resolution supporting longer operation hours in the Extended Hours Study room in the Charles V. Park Library was passed by the Student Government Association at its meeting Feb. 6.