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Lavender Graduation, a tradition to honor graduating LGBTQ students, will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. on May 4 at the Center for Student Inclusion and Diversity, Bovee University Center, Room 108.
Central Michigan University's Office of LGBTQ Services and Gender Equity Programs is hosting a "Dogs and Donuts" event to celebrate Pride Month.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees met in committees on April 19 to prepare for its April 20 formal session, which will start at 1 p.m. today.
At the Academic Senate meeting on April 18, senators heard several updates from Provost Nancy Mathews and voted on an insignia for graduation.
The Indian Students Association at Central Michigan University is all set to host an event that celebrates Indian culture and heritage. The annual "Indian Night" event is scheduled for 5 to 9:30 p.m. on April 22 in the McGuirk Arena, and is open to all students and their families in the Mount Pleasant community.
This Wednesday and Thursday, the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees will meet to discuss different aspects of campus activities, including academics, residence life, and finances.
There are some emergency skills we hope we’ll never use, but it’s good to be prepared if the need arises.
On April 13, Central Michigan University Libraries is hosting an artist talk featuring Clinton Snider and his display titled "Liminal Borders" in the Baber Room Gallery at the Charles V. Park Library.
Student Government Association at Central Michigan University discussed new legislation and held announcements from different student organizations about upcoming events Monday, April 3, at the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
On March 28, the Clarke Historical Library continued its speaker series by hearing from Matthew Skic, a curator at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia (MARP).
The Opperman Auditorium in the Park library was filled with people on March 23 for the last faculty reading of the year.
A revised roadmap looking at everything from the cost of classes to the social trends is under way at Central Michigan University.
What happens when each of us takes on the responsibility to change ourselves and impact our communities?
Central Michigan University students living at the Northwest Apartments now have the option to compost their food waste. As of Feb. 22, Central Sustainability has placed composting bins outside of each of the two laundry rooms at the Northwest residence for students to dispose of any food waste.
At the Academic Senate's Feb. 28 meeting, senators discussed Central Michigan University's strategic plan, voted for a new minor, deleted two undergraduate certificates and acknowledged recent gun violence on a neighboring campus.
The Black community of Central Michigan University gathered at the Black Girls Rock (BGR) Award Show to award Black women who make a difference on campus as leaders.
Early Saturday morning, 15 public universities' student governments from across the state came to Central Michigan University to collaborate, share ideas, discuss issues, network and exchange resources.
The CMU Board of Trustees opened its Feb. 16 meeting with a moment of silence to recognize the loss of life at Monday’s shooting at Michigan State University.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees met in committees on Feb. 15 to discuss the international student health insurance ad hoc committee, updates on campus renovations and new programs.
Members of the Academic Senate started Tuesday's meeting with a moment of silence for the three students killed and five injured by an active shooter at Michigan State University Monday night.