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The Central Michigan University theater department declared “Bush is Back,” the summer program will be performing live, in-person shows in Bush Theater and on tour after a year of live-streamed performances.
As COVID-19 restrictions loosen in Michigan, Central Michigan University continues to update its policies.
The Isabella County Sheriff's Office has taken a suspect into custody for the April 24 shooting at Deerfield Village apartments, according to a press release from the Isabella County Sheriff's Office.
A warrant has been issued for a subject believed to be involved in the April 24 shooting at Deerfield Village apartments, according to an April 26 press release from the Isabella County Sheriff's Office.
Lifelong best friends Nina Elwell and Johnny Lovelle were both raised to love music. The artists taught themselves everything they know. They joined forces their junior year of high school to form justokay.
A third Central Michigan University employee has been put on leave due to an investigation regarding the T.J. Bucholz situation, according to John Veilleux, vice president for University Communications.
Jordan Watts and Jason Keeler have both taught at CMU for three years now.
A group of 15 Central Michigan University students chanted and hoisted signs as they walked from Powers Hall to Warriner Hall this afternoon protesting the alleged "unjust" removal of the Associate Director of the Honors Program Judy Idema.
On April 14, the League of Women Voters of Mount Pleasant Area (LWVMP) hosted a virtual town hall discussing redistricting and gerrymandering in Michigan, focusing on communities of interest.
Central Michigan Life was named Best All-Around Student Newspaper in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards for the content it produced in 2020. Winners were announced online April 13.
In response to the United States' halt on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Central Michigan University has switched the upcoming student-only clinic to Moderna.
Kate King and Dylan Baker were inaugurated as Central Michigan University's Student Government Association's new president and vice president on April 12 over Facebook Live.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences invited distinguished names in journalism to talk politics, misinformation and administration past and present for its 2021 Griffin forum April 12.
At the beginning of the semester, President Davies announced that CMU will be committed to becoming an antiracist institution. The Multicultural Academic Student Services (MASS) Offices' new 'I Am' campaign will be one of many steps in the process.
In an email to the campus community on April 9, President Bob Davies announced that Central Michigan University is opening a student-only Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
Central Michigan University’s Sixth Annual Diversity Symposium hosted keynote speaker Abdul El-Sayed from 7 to 8 p.m, Thursday, April 8. This year's Diversity Symposium is dedicated to “contemplating privilege and discomfort.”
Natilie Williams, international keynote speaker, author and Central Michigan University alumnus, shared her three key steps to "stay plugged in" as student.
Central Michigan University students in the recreation, parks and leisure "Planning Recreation Programs & Events" (RPL 430) class will be putting on a two-day virtual match-making event.