Category Archives: Education

2nd annual Aldo Leopold festival coming mid-May

postcardside1The second annual Aldo Leopold Festival is coming to the Upper Peninsula in Mid-May.

This year the festival is celebrating a new 150-mile long birding trail.
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Central Michigan University speaker recalls a long path to storytelling

gayle-rossRenown storyteller Gayle Ross will speak on the campus of CMU about historic efforts of Native Americans to receive fair treatment, from George Washington to George W.

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Central Michigan University hosts Buddhist nun

Venerable-Chodron-04-397x600This week Central Michigan University was visited by a buddhist nun, Venerable Thubten Chodron. She’s among the first generation of nuns from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and has started a Buddhist abbey in Washington State.

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More governments turning to local funding to fix roads 

IMG_8023-1 (1)Infrastructure across the state is notoriously out of date, but with the 1.2 billion dollar road funding plan approved last year, many counties felt like help was on the way.

What local communities across the state are coming to realize is that the road plan comes with a few strings attached.

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CMU discussion to focus on student activism and leadership

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Student activism and leadership are the focus of a discussion at Central Michigan University Tuesday night.

It’s part of CMU’s Speak Up Speak Out series. Seven students will sit on the panel, discussing topics ranging from voting to sexual assault to protests on college campuses. Continue reading