Winter’s icy grip may have melted, but at one mid Michigan college, the ice is just starting to take hold on campus.
Delta College, in Bay County, uses a thermal energy storage system to keep campus cool.
Delta buys electricity at night and on weekends when power is cheaper. It stores the energy in the form of 8-foot by 8-foot ice blocks. Then during the day when prices are higher, the melting ice cools campus buildings. Continue reading
A merger has been finalized between Artcenter of Traverse City and Crooked Tree Arts Council of Petoskey. Continue reading
November general elections are just around the corner. In an effort to get younger people registered to vote, a mobile voter registration office, known as “ExpressSOS,” is hitting college campuses across Michigan.
Central Michigan University will join more than 800 tobacco free schools this summer with its new “Breath of Fresh Air” policy. Continue reading
This month is Black History Month – a time to reflect on civil rights history of the past and on the history that’s being made today.
Like many schools, Central Michigan University is home to many different student groups.
One that’s been re-activated this year, after an eight-year hiatus, is the Muslim Student Association. Continue reading