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Pro bono legal clinic beginning March 21 Resource website in development By Brad Canze News Copy Chief

CMU students contemplating legal action will be able to receive free advice at the new pro bono legal clinic come March 21. Student Government As-

sociation President Brittany Mouzourakis announced the opening of the proposed clinic at Monday’s meeting. Three licensed attorneys, all CMU instructors, have agreed to participate in the clinic which will offer its services to students on a by-appointment basis. Hope May, associate professor of philosophy and religion, will be one of the attorneys volunteering their time for the

clinic. May is a full-time professor who still practices as an attorney, but she limits herself to taking on one case at a time to focus on her work at the university, she said. Matt Coffey and Gerald White, each finance and law assistant professors, also agreed to volunteer their time at the clinic. Mouzourakis said she has talked to the three for some time, and they formally agreed to participate during a meeting

Feb. 15. May, the director of CMU’s Center for Professional and Personal Ethics, is also building the legal clinic’s website, which is up but unfinished at http:// legalclinic.cmich.edu. “I’m doing the website as part of the Ethics Center ... so we’re contributing that and some other resources down the road,” May said. When finished, the website will include an application

students can file to set up an appointment with one of the clinic’s attorneys, as well as documents and legal resources for students to use. Already up on the site is information about small claims courts, tenantlandlord agreements and a copy of Mount Pleasant’s nuisance party law. The clinic will be primarily run out of Mouzourakis’ office in the Student Organization Center in the Bovee Uni-

Cheatham informed police of sex offender status

CMU offers ‘no real improvements,’ union president says By Ariel Black Senior Reporter

hand-in-hand, she said, and if they can no longer do that at the bar, they will stay at home where they can. She said the smoke shack has not brought their revenue up, but it has kept some regulars from leaving. “I have friends who bartend, and they said business definitely has gone down for them,” said Jenna Roberts of Mount Pleasant. “If a bar lets you smoke somewhere, they’re going to get a bigger crowd because Michigan has so many smokers.” Saginaw graduate student Thomas Wheatley said he only smokes occasionally. He said the ban has not affected his habit, but understands that his smoking friends are upset by it. The decision to

The Union of Teaching Faculty will picket next week to inform the campus of its grievances accrued in its efforts to secure greater job benefits. Union members are set to appear from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday outside the Education and Human Services Building to express unhappiness with administrators’ most recent proposal regarding benefits and job security . Jim Eikrem, an assistant communication and fine arts professor and UTF president, made a speech on behalf of UTF about the ongoing bargaining with administration at the Feb. 17 CMU Board of Trustees meeting. “We presented them with a cost-effective way to address some of the discrepancies in terms of salaries and benefits,” Eikrem said. “They came back with no real improvements, and there were no increases in wages or benefit security.” Eikrem said the proposal administration came back with seems unacceptable, but the next step is to keep the dialogue going. Robert Martin, associate vice provost of Faculty Personnel Services, refrained from commenting on Eikrem’s speech because he did not attend the meeting. “The UTF and CMU bargaining teams have been meeting on a regular basis since early January,” Martin said in an e-mail. “We have exchanged proposals on numerous issues. I anticipate continued good faith efforts by both teams during this spring semester in an effort to reach a mutually satisfactory contract at the earliest possible date.”

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Former wrestler did not disclose student status

Former CMU wrestler David A. Cheatham informed area police of his sex offender status before arriving on campus last fall. The 19-yearold Zeeland freshman, said he wrote a full disclosure statement, which was reviewed by a d m i s s i o n s, David Cheatham housing and local police, before he arrived on campus. But he neglected to tell police he was going to attend CMU. He pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the Michigan Sex Offender Registry Act Wednesday. “(Cheatham) failed to notify the police department or any other law enforcement agency that (he is) a CMU student,” said his attorney, Charles Moses. “That is a violation of this act.” Cheatham first registered as a sex offender at 14, when he was convicted in 2006 of seconddegree criminal sexual conduct with a person under the age of 13, according to Michigan’s Public Sex Offender Registry. Judge Mark H. Duthie reduced the felony to a high court misdemeanor as part of the plea process. “(He lowered it) in part because he felt like that was proportional to what happened here,” said Isabella County Prosecutor Larry Burdick. “My

versity Center. “This has been Brittany’s project from the beginning,” said Dave Breed, SGA vice president and a Muskegon senior. Mouzourakis said the completed application will include an option for students to specify whether they would rather see a male or female attorney to take matters such as criminal sexual conduct into consideration.

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Mount Pleasant resident Jenna Roberts lights up Wednesday night outside Marty’s Bar and Grill, 123 S. Main St., in downtown Mount Pleasant. Roberts is just one of the smokers affected by the smoking ban. “If they let you smoke, then they’ll probably have a bigger crowd cause Michigan has a lot of smokers,” Roberts said.

Out in the Cold By Mike Nichols | Senior Reporter

Businesses see decline with smokers home, avoiding winter weather

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ount Pleasant smokers are feeling the cold more than their nicotine-free counterparts this season. Since the May 2010 enactment of Michigan’s Smoke Free Air law, which made it illegal to smoke inside restaurants and bars, smokers have been forced to either wait to leave or light up on the sidewalks of the establishments. In the cold winter months, this has made getting a nicotine fix very unpleasant for some.

“There’s a percentage of people that stay home now because it’s too cold,” said Melissa Gross, a bartender at Rubbles Bar, 112 W. Michigan. “I would if I smoked.” Alison Foster, a bartender at Marty’s Bar, 123 S. Main St., said a couple of regulars and the owner’s brother helped build what they call the “Smoke Shack” or the “Butt Hutt” just behind the bar. The wooden shed has a heater for smokers to stay warm inside while they light up. “The heat might not be much, but it’s better than standing outside,” said Mount Pleasant resident Sharon Biernacki. “Since they built this, we’ve started coming here.” Foster said business has dropped about 25 percent for Marty’s since the ban. Regulars like to smoke and drink

Gas prices on rise amid crisis abroad By Theresa Clift Staff Reporter

The crisis in Libya is causing humanitarian strife worldwide and economic difficulty in the wallets of local drivers. Gasoline prices in Mount Pleasant increased to $3.39 a gallon on average Thursday with no expected date for a decline. The cause of the spike in prices has been partially attributed by media to the ongoing political turmoil in the oil-rich country. Coyne Oil President Dave Coyne said the prices are rising purely because of speculation. “Traders are driving the prices up and making money,” Coyne said. “They are making the price of a barrel go up just

by trading it.” Many people are filling their tanks to try avoid the hike and are actually making the situation worse, he said. “It’s creating a shortage as the media is promoting it by saying it’ll go to $5 a gallon,” Coyne said. Farmers are especially worried because when gas prices go up, it greatly affects their industry, he said. Many students are avoiding the pump as much as possible. Jackson junior Andru Russell did not fill his tank yesterday, but is concerned about upcoming traveling plans. “If the prices stay up it’s going to make the drive down to Florida for spring break a lot more expensive than we planned,”

Russell said. Mike Lewis is avoiding the expense for as long as possible. The Howell senior noticed prices hovering around $3.25 less than a week ago. He joked that he has concocted an alternate plan. “The gas prices make me want to mimic Lloyd Christmas from ‘Dumb & Dumber’ — trade my car in for a scooter,” Lewis said. “Hopefully I can get at least 70 miles to the gallon on that hog.” It is uncertain when the gas prices will go down, but Coyne said there is some good news. “We think that it’s going to drop faster than it went up,” he said.

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Jackson junior Ashleigh Claucherty pets her dog, Mya, while waiting for her gas to finish pumping Thursday afternoon at the Shell station, 1911 South Mission St. “My whole paycheck is going to go into my car,” she said on the potential of raising gas prices.

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BENGHAZI — Libyan unrest continued to draw closer to Tripoli Thursday, even igniting in areas of western Libya previously under tight government control. After braving days of extreme violence and seizing control of the oil-rich North African country’s eastern areas, anti-Gadhafi forces reportedly took control of the city of Zawiya, just 30 miles west of the capital. Gadhafi, in another characteristically rambling speech Thursday, acknowledged sustained fighting in Zawiya and described young protesters across Libya as drug-addled disciples of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden. “It is clear now,” he said in the speech, which was phoned in to a news program. “Those who recruited our children are al-Qaida. It is bin Laden, otherwise known as international terror.” The Paris-based International Federation of Human Rights Leagues estimated that 640 people have been killed in fighting across the North African nation, more than twice the figure cited by the Tripoli government.

w Ke$ha will perform live from 6 to 11:30 p.m at the Events Center.

Saturday w The “Climb for a Can!” charity event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in Finch 112. w The Chippewa Challenge Indoor Triathlon will take place from 8 a.m. to noon at the Student Activity Center.

Sunday w “Fat Pig,” by Neil LaBute, will be performed from 2 to 5 p.m. in Bush Theatre. w Guitarist Brad DeRoche and soprano Antoinette Torres Tucker will preform from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Music Building’s Chamichian Hall.

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Martin, Ray Christie, vice provost of Academic Administration and David Burdette, vice president of Finance and Administrative Services, referred CM Life to Director of Public Relations Steve Smith, who could not be reached for comment before publication. Eikrem said UTF is trying to educate by showing a presence and “making some noise,” especially to new trustees that are uninformed on the issue. “Our bargaining committee did heavy research and developed a good case,” Eikrem said. “Administration did not back their proposal up with any reliable statistics, and we want to see those facts. They do not have the reliable foundation we have.” The union was gratified this past fall with overwhelming numbers, Eikrem said. About 50 percent of approximately 340 eligible members are members of UTF. Eikrem used his personal experiences as explanation for

The deteriorating situation in Libya “demands quick action,” said White House spokesman Jay Carney. The Obama administration was working with the United Nations and allies to identify options for dealing with the crisis, he said. A U.S.-chartered ferry sent to evacuate Americans from Libya remained docked at a sea terminal in Tripoli for a second day, a delay the State Department blamed on rough weather. Speculation intensified, however, that the Gadhafi regime might have been blocking the vessel’s departure to provide a human shield to protect him from any forceful U.S. intervention. Marine Col. Dave Lapan, a Pentagon spokesman, said “prudent planning for any number of contingencies” was being done by U.S. military leaders but declined to give details. “The situation there is very bad,” said Hassan Sheikh, 43, an Egyptian laborer among the accelerating flow of foreigners packing whatever belongings they could carry and making a break for this Tunisian border 120 miles west of the Libyan capital. “There is no mercy there. They killed many people.” why he wants to see a change in the wages and benefits of contingent (temporary) faculty. “I’ve been teaching at CMU for eight-and-a-half years and have never received a formal contract, but instead a letter of agreement,” Eikrem said. “The letter says it can be terminated at any time.” He said each temporary faculty member has been at CMU for an average of six years. This is ironic, because it is close to the time frame of tenured professors, Eikrem said. He said new construction on campus seems to be an attempt to make the school more attractive, but it still operates largely on the efforts of temporary faculty. Temporary faculty members’ letters of agreement require them to show preference to teaching at CMU, which Eikrem said is illogical. “How can we do that when many must get second jobs and apply for food stamps just to sustain a living?” Eikrem said. “It is time to take control.” university@cm-life.com

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force smokers outside into the cold should have been voted on, he said. “It’s kind of like a punishment,” he said. “It feels like it should be left up to the bars.” Mount Pleasant resident Tim Gaul said he strongly disagrees with the ban. Gaul said bars are

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food and children are not even served is wrong. “I can see with restaurants and people not wanting to bring their kids in, but what about places like Rubbles where they don’t serve food?” Gaul said. “They shouldn’t dictate the smoking issue on that.” metro@cm-life.com

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Macomb freshman Courtney Manes uses her lamp as a microphone as she sings along to a song Thursday in her Thorpe Hall room. “We have a dance party everyday because we like meeting new people,” Manes said.

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guess is that he’s going to be put on probation. The question will be whether the judge is going to include, as a condition of probation, a period of incarceration up front.” Cheatham said he thinks his punishment might be a little harsh, but he also understands he violated the law. The dual-sport high school athlete was accepted as a walkon to the wrestling team and was planning to join the track team in the spring. He was dismissed from the wrestling team in January. Future at CMU Cheatham appealed the Athletics Department’s decision

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At last week’s meeting, it was decided that the attorneys could, at their prerogative, choose to represent students who came to the clinic for advice, Mouzourakis said. She said the students will often only know one lawyer, and that is the one advising them. “One other thing we discussed (was) whether the attorneys could take on students as a client, and we decided that was fine, but that would be done separately from the clinic, as an outside contract,” Mouzourakis said. One of the attorneys will be available every week for two hours a week, broken up into four half-hour appointments. The schedule for the clinic will change week-to-week to accommodate the attorneys. May said she benefitted from advice she received at Michigan State University’s pro bono legal clinic while a student there, and wants to similarly “enable students with empowering knowledge.” “Typically, when somebody makes an appointment to talk to an attorney, they are usually in a state of emotional distress and in need of guidance,” May

Director Dave Heeke. “How athletes represent themselves, the university and certainly the athletic program are key to our code of conduct,” Heeke said. Any athlete can be dismissed for a code of conduct violation, Heeke said. Cheatham said he plans to finish out the semester at CMU, but is not sure if he will stay afterward. He said he does not want to transfer to a Division 2 school. “I came to CMU to be a wrestler and a student,” Cheatham said. “My goal is to be a D1 athlete.” Cheatham said he was sorry for the negative press the incident has generated for the wrestling team and the university.

said. “I know that was true in my case. Ultimately the goal for me, always, is empowering students.” Coffey has taught at CMU for 15 years, and practices primarily as a defense attorney in civil business cases, he said. “My first reaction (when asked to participate in the clinic) was ‘I can’t believe we don’t have one already,’” Coffey said. “In a university this big ... I’m surprised we don’t have this already.” White is recently retired, but still occasionally takes cases, Mouzourakis said.

Cheatham, a resident of Tallgrass Apartments, 1240 E. Broomfield Road, also pleaded guilty of one count of possession of a stolen object valued at less than $200. He said the stolen object charge, based on a CMU parking permit in his possession, came as a surprise to him. He said he was covering for a friend who stole the permit, thinking neither would encounter problems. “The person who owned the parking permit didn’t want to press charges, that’s why I didn’t think I was going to get in trouble,” Cheatham said. “Then a month later it got brought up in court.” Cheatham will be sentenced April 4 in Isabella County Trial Court, 200 N. Main St. metro@cm-life.com

William Shirley, a finance and law assistant professor, has also agreed to participate with the clinic, but on a more limited basis. Shirley is a practicing attorney and public defender in Mount Pleasant. White and Shirley could not be reached for comment in time for publication. Mouzourakis said another faculty member has expressed interest in volunteering with the clinic, but has not yet formally agreed to do so. studentlife@cm-life.com

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Grant spurs success in new virtual therapy Program aims to improve cognition, balance, movement By Ariel Black Staff Reporter

Patients have experienced success after undergoing virtual reality therapy since CMU received a $391,000 grant last fall. Awarded by the U.S. Depart-

ment of Defense, the intent is to make a gaming system designed to rehabilitate former soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injuries. The therapy focuses on improving cognition, behavior, balance and movement, said Director of Clinical Services Jessica Gardon-Rose. Her job includes outreach with the community and neural rehabilitation. “The patients are extremely happy and reported that it re-

ally helps with maintaining stability,” said Ksenia Ustinova, assistant physical therapy professor and principal investigator on the project. “We received more people willing to participate than expected with our advertisement.” Ustinova said the first results among patients showed improvement in game performance, ability to maintain balance, and arm-movement time and precision by adapting efficient strategies of arm

and postural-coordination strategies. One patient discovered movements she considered “forgotten” once completing a gaming session, which helped her regain control over her entire body, Ustinova said. “It’s wonderful for not only diagnosis, but treatment,” Gardon-Rose said. “People don’t always realize the progress they’re making, but we can monitor it.” The development of this vir-

tual-reality therapy game is the first step of many in helping former soldiers overcome TBI. Eventually the program will be used in military hospitals. “Right now, we are developing the software and working out the kinks so someday this can be something universal,” said Wesley Leonard, manager of the virtual reality lab and senior application programmer. Leonard hopes patients will be able to play the games at home with gaming sys-

tems like Xbox Kinect if future grants are awarded to support the therapy. The game is currently played on an 82-inch, 3D television combined with an estimated $50,000 motioncapture system. Allowing people to see progress in their rehabilitation at home would save them from having to make the trip to CMU, Gardon-Rose said. university@cm-life.com

Up All Night to take over SAC Saturday Organizers hope to see rise in attendance By Randi Shaffer Senior Reporter

The Office of Student Life wants to keep students up all night for the third year in a row. CMU Up All Night will be held from 11 p.m. Saturday until 3 a.m. Sunday in the Student Activity Center. Last year’s event brought about 2,500 students to enjoy free food, games and fun in the SAC. Kellie DeSchutter, a Troy senior and administrative co-chairwoman for the event, said this year’s goal is 2,750. “We definitely really hope that people come,” she said. “I really want to encourage students to take advantage of it. It’s all free. It’s a nice way to de-stress, too, before midterm exams.” DeSchutter said much has been kept the same as last year’s iteration, though a few changes have been made. Samara Spotts, assistant volunteer coordinator and a Custer junior, said Up All Night will feature an “event photography” station in its novelty section. Participants will be able to take a full-size picture, add a border to it and use different graphics to dress up the picture. “It’s a little bit more exciting than just a normal photo booth,” Spotts said. She said two different a capella groups from campus have also been invited to perform on the soundstage. Students wanting to settle their differences on the field of battle will have access to an extra laser tag arena. “That’s something that went over well and we wanted to give people more of an opportunity to do that this year,” Spotts said. Up All Night will still feature a casino room, inflatable novelties, a midnight “dive in” movie showing of “Due Date” in the Rose Pool, a DJ, a video game alley and dodgeball. DeSchutter said there will be an expanded selection of food at the event. Chinese food will be available and eateries will be spread throughout the premises. DeSchutter said T-shirts will be given out to random people throughout the evening instead of the first 1,000 to show up. “(That way) everybody has a fair chance,” she said. “You don’t have to wait in line for hours.” Metamora sophomore Jill Simon worked as an entertainment volunteer for last year’s Up All Night, and plans on volunteering for the same position again. “Last year was a ton of fun,” she said. “It’s a lot like your senior all-night party in high school ... only better.” studentlife@cm-life.com

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Above: Five-year-old David Feig plays on top of a campus map included in the interactive room for children, part of the new “CMU: Life Beyond the Classroom Walls” exhibit Thursday night in the Museum of Cultural and Natural History located in Rowe Hall. Top left: Memorabilia and apparel from CMU’s collegiate athletic teams on display. Top center: An old varsity jacket is featured as part of an exhibit display highlighting CMU Homecoming games of the past. Top right: A branded female undergarment hangs in the “Life and Love” display case.

Making the Museum Students design, build largest temporary exhibit in establishment’s history

By Darnell Gardner Staff Reporter

A new exhibit seeks to show how students have spent their time outside the classroom since CMU was founded in 1892. Students and faculty gathered Thursday at Rowe Hall to celebrate the opening of “CMU: Life Behind Classroom Walls,” an exhibit in the Museum of Cultural and Natural History. Museum Director Jay Martin conceived the exhibit’s theme and 34 students from a variety of

disciplines built the displays. It is the biggest temporary exhibit the museum has ever held with more than 15 displays, and Martin’s first since he was named director in July 2010. “We wanted it to be an exhibit students could easily relate to,” Martin said. “It just seemed natural.” Greenville senior Andrea Martin aimed to show how students’ study methods have changed over the years with her case in the exhibit. It contained photos, a typewriter, a laptop and other

artifacts gathered from the museum’s collection. “Technology is one of the biggest changes,” Andrea Martin said. “We have more access to information with the Internet, but we still use textbooks and caffeine.” South Haven senior Katie Bleil and Grant senior Hannah Jenkins designed a case focused on college drinking containing empty beer bottles from the past and present arranged in chronological order. Bleil said during prohibition, which lasted from

1919 to 1933, students organized drinking events by putting secret passwords in the student newspaper, then Central Normal Life. “I really enjoyed putting it together because it’s so eclectic,” Jenkins said. “It basically illustrates the fact that beer and drinking are a part of university life whether you like it or not.” Martin said that, while he was pleased with the entire exhibit, his favorite part was the children’s activity room.

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Grace Church continues renovation, welcomes international students By Mike Nichols Senior Reporter

Grace Church has not let continual work on the old Embers restaurant building stop it from holding regular services in the quickly transforming space. Church founder and Pastor Barry Flanders said one of the primary reasons to relocate to 1217 S. Mission St. from the Ward Theater, 218 S. Main St., was because of an influx of younger couples with children into the congregation. He said the non-denominational church will continue to use Ward Theater for special events. Kevin Daum, application programmer for Residence Life and CMU alumnus, said he began attending Grace Church when he was a freshman at CMU and now brings

his children. “I’ve never been at a church that had better children’s ministries,” Daum said. “My kids are always excited to come.” Services run at 5 p.m. on Saturdays and at 10 a.m. Sundays. Flanders said its 500-member congregation meets in the half-finished basement lit by construction lamps, while the 150-strong children’s ministry meets upstairs. He said the underground vibe is not for effect, but rather a result of the ongoing work. “We indirectly stumbled into that look,” he said. “It’s a combination of a club and a bomb shelter.” Midland sophomore Lauren Butler said the church has a “cozy feel” and, though it has a large congregation, she does not feel like another face in the crowd.

Butler was baptized on Feb. 13 while surrounded by friends and family. She said she was inspired by seeing others come forward to be baptized, and knew she wanted to as well. “I feel like my life just changed,” Butler said. “The action of baptism was so rewarding.” International appeal Flanders said about 10 percent of the congregation is made up of international students. The church offers several services for international students, he said, such as picking them up from the airport and a storeroom stocked with donated goods like warm clothes for Michigan winters and refurbished bicycles. The church also has an international gospel choir and host celebrations for the Chinese

New Year and Diwali to make internationals feel at home, he said. Pharanyoo Choompol, a Thailand freshman who attends Grace Church, said he enjoys meeting new people because it helps him understand the culture better. “It makes me calm,” he said. “I felt really bad (a few weeks ago), and then I came here and I felt better.” Even though Choompol does not consider himself a Christian, he said he still goes because his friends there accept him and help him feel good. “The idea is not just for Sundays, but to keep it open for all the community,” Flanders said. “We’re trying to share the gospel of Christ to Mount Pleasant and all the nations.”

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Mount Pleasant resident Adam Agosta, left, and Coldwater resident Jaden Harman, right, pray together following Sunday morning’s sermon at Grace Church, 1217 S. Mission St. “I think it’s been a great opportunity for our church to grow,” Agosta said of the ongoing renovations.

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EDITORIAL | Cutting paycheck method reasonable, but more should be done to create savings

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operate effectively on a day-to-day basis. CMU administrators could afford a slight hit to their salaries as well, including the College of Medicine deans whose salaries add up to $1.17 million — a number that does not include Nehad El-Sawi’s partial salary and severance pay totaling $238,691.76. The medical school is the biggest drain on this university financially. It was pushed back a year and has not raised nearly the money in donations the administration expected. CMU is excellent at making itself appear fiscally conservative by enacting policies such as this elimination of paychecks, but if the administration was so concerned with saving money it would have thought twice about building a hugely expensive medical school. Taking on a project of that magnitude in the current economic

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liminating paychecks completely from the university payroll system is a cost-effective move, but additional cuts can still be extended to other areas of the university’s operations. When only 1 percent of faculty and staff employees and 15 percent of student employees use the traditional method, it is about time to do away with the system. Direct deposit is not only an efficient way for employees to be paid, but it also eliminates the expensive process of printing paper checks.

Regardless, cutting paychecks to an insignificant number of students, faculty and staff will likely result in insignificant savings.

Other on-campus departments, such as the Athletics Department and its $16 million budget, could deal with substantial cuts and still

climate was unwise at best, and it is only going to benefit a fraction of CMU students while the rest foot the bill. College of Medicine aside, the university is spending funds just as frivolously in other ways. The Bovee University Center is undergoing renovations at the cost of $5 million that are not imperative to a better experience at CMU. Moving all the main offices into a building on the north side of campus is not benefiting students. What made the UC useful for students was how nearly every service they could need was in one central location. The new biosciences building, while beneficial for some students, is also going drain cash from the university with a $35 million price tag after state allocations. The university needs to get its financial priorities in line and save money where it matters.

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Ashley Kennett Columnist

Finding famous friends on Facebook Even though I tend to write quite a bit a bit about the wonders of social networking, I still feel compelled to share more of the joys that I find come with being a Facebook connoisseur. A while back, I picked up a book in the humor section of Barnes and Noble called “Canned: How I Lost Ten Jobs in Ten Years and Learned to Love Unemployment.” I wasn’t expecting much from it, but as I read it, I became completely enthralled. More than just a book of woes by some guy who struggled to stay employed, it was a brave book that was full of refreshing social commentary and criticism. Having been “canned” myself a few times over the years, I identified with many of the author’s sentiments. I felt a strong connection to him through his words — a strange phenomenon that I don’t often feel when I read something. I looked up the author, Franklin Schneider, on Facebook immediately after immersing myself in the controversial book, blog and various articles he wrote for the Washington City Paper. I tend to get this overwhelming urge to type a name in the search bar with most all people I find to be of interest — I even looked up “The Craigslist Killer,” Philip Markoff, after I saw the Lifetime movie about him. Anyway, I found what appeared to be his legitimate page, friended him, and sent a message that probably came across as a bit crazy and stalkerish. Really though, as an aspiring author myself, I just wanted to connect in some way with this accomplished fellow I found so interesting. As it turned out, my message did not go unnoticed. This man who was in the undoubtedly grueling process of writing two more books took the time to talk to me. He did not just respond with one or two words, either, but actually took an interest in my life. He asked me about where I was headed, shared book suggestions and told me more humorous anecdotes about his life. I suspect people don’t even think to reach out to their favorite authors, musicians, et cetera, out of fear or out of just not expecting anything to come of it, but what have you got to lose?

[ Letters to the editor]

Removing paper checks harms freedom, privacy CMU’s plan to eliminate paper checks in favor of direct deposit and debit cards should infuriate everyone that does business with the University. The plan effectively denies employees and students the compensation they are due. By refusing to cut checks, CMU is demanding that payees either open bank accounts — which some cannot afford — or accept a card that has limited uses. In short, CMU is forcing them to accept company scrip that circumscribes the ways they may use their own money and restricts their freedom of choice. The two available options have major drawbacks. With direct deposit, you need a bank account. Opening an account in post-Sept. 11 America is an extremely invasive procedure. Moreover, bank accounts are not secure. What happens when a bank fails, as so many have in recent years? Although most deposits are insured by the FDIC, the FDIC has no time limit in which it has to reimburse depositors. And that’s just one way that banks

Unlike debit cards, cash will never be declined. Unlike direct deposit, cash will never be subject to server errors. Cash can be used anywhere, anytime. Cash equals freedom. It is certain that CMU will save money by banning checks, but who wants their privacy and freedom sacrificed on the altar of cost-cutting? People may choose to use direct deposit or debit cards if they wish. But why should employees and students be punished for choosing a more traditional and secure method of payment for their services? The labor unions here need to make the check option part of their bargaining platforms. The SGA needs to protest this policy as a violation of students’ rights. Even those who choose the alternatives need to speak out against this policy. After all, today it’s the paychecks that are being banned. What will be banned tomorrow? Vince Locke English Language and Literature Department

C M Y o u | Who would you have rather seen Program Board book for its first show at McGuirk Arena other than Ke$ha? Why?

Statue of Limitations

When Grand Rapids realized its economy was stumbling it took bold steps to create one of the world’s largest celebrations of art and human spirit— ArtPrize. Seeing that Detroit is facing some of the most difficult economic challenges in the country, a few, perhaps well-meaning, individuals have taken it upon themselves to look into Detroit’s cinematic past to inspire Detroit businesses and residents to claw their way back into the 21st century — by building a statue of RoboCop. The popular argument in favor of immortalizing Peter Weller’s 1987 tour de force performance is, “Hey, Philadelphia’s got a statue of Rocky. Why not put one up in the ‘D?’” “Rocky” won three Oscars. Sylvester Stallone ran through the streets of Philly followed by crowds of real Philadelphians cheering his character on in one of the most vaunted sports movies of all time. The most memorable scene in “RoboCop?” It’s a tossup between a police officer being shot in the groin and a top-heavy, stop-action, heavily-armed, metallic kangaroo named Ed blowing a stereotypical corporate bad guy out of a sky scraper window. The kicker is that the scenario that the “RoboCop” films present is this: Detroit has gotten so terrible that it needs a cybernetic super-cop to pull it out of the sewers. So the good people behind the statue have decided Detroit has gotten so terrible that it needs a statute of a cybernetic super-cop to pull it out of the sewers. Is that really the message that anyone could want to send to the rest of the country? At the time this column was being written, over $50,000 had been raised in the name of constructing a full scale Robostatue. One of the largest donors of this money is San Franciscobased company Omni Consumer Products (they take their name from the first “RoboCop” film) who have brought about such brilliant economic stimuli as TruBlood (a fruity beverage mimicking the similarly named HBO show) and Sex Panther cologne (as seen in “Anchorman,” with Will Farrell). Omni Consumer Products has built its brand on novelty and jokes — which is just what it will make out of Detroit if these plans go through. If Detroiters want to send a message about where the city is headed in coming years, they’d do better to send Omni back its money and donate the rest to one or more of the dozens of charities working every day to restore self-respect to a city in crisis.

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“Maybe Jay-Z. I like his music and he’s better than Ke$ha.” Hamet Diouf,

Ann Arbor senior

“I would have liked to see Daniel Tosh. Most people know him and he’s one the funniest guys out there.” Luke Dille,

Shepherd junior Bethany walter/staff photographer

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can lose your money. Do you owe any debts, such as student loans? Have you ever made mistakes on your tax return? Have you ever missed a child support payment? Those are just a few instances in which your bank account can be seized — legally — without warning. The debit card option is even worse. These cards are not accepted everywhere, which restricts your choices on where to spend your money. You may use the card to withdraw cash at ATMs, but as anyone who uses debit cards (or ATMs) knows there is a daily limit on the amount of cash that can be withdrawn, plus the fees that come with doing so. Not only do you not have access to your money, you actually pay for that inaccessibility. Checks are a vastly superior method of payment when compared to these alternatives. Checks can be cashed almost anywhere. You don’t have to compromise your privacy and security to cash a check and in return for the “inconvenience” of cashing a check you get actual money.

Ben Lambright Columnist

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“What would have been really cool would have been the Backstreet Boys. We probably could have gotten them, because no one else would have.” Amy Crockett,

“I would have liked to see Coldplay. They are my favorite band and are about to come out with a new album, so why not celebrate here?” Jenna Timm,

Rockford junior

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Research Corp. receives $100,000 state grant

REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE

Award increases funds for entrepreneurial programs By Sammy Dubin Staff Reporter

The CMU Research Corp. will have a little more room in its budget to help entrepreneurs thanks to a $100,000 award. CMU-RC, 2625 Denison Drive, received the 21st Century Jobs Fund Business Incubator Award Feb. 10 along with eight other SmartZone universities from the Michigan Strategic Fund, funded through the Michigan legislature. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There was a competitive bid process,â&#x20AC;? said Erin Strang, president and CEO of CMU-RC. The state appropriated $1.3 million to the business incubator program in September 2010. The MSF Board allocated the funds on a competitive basis to one program in eight select counties and two qualifying cities. Businesses in the advanced automotive, manufacturing, alternative energy, homeland security and defense and life sciences fields will benefit specifically from the funding. Strang said CMU-RC provides services for startup companies to promote economic development in the mid-Michigan region. A non-profit, CMURC is one of 15 total SmartZones in Michigan which provide an incubator to assist companies and entrepreneurs in building business structures and growth. The idea is that the SmartZones would leverage university resources to help the communities to create business and ultimately to

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Mount Pleasant residents Adam Briedenstein and Kristy Cotter separate plastic and trash from glass containers on a conveyor belt Wednesday afternoon at the Isabella County Recycling Center, 4208 E. River Road.

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Ugandan shares childhood torn by war RSO brings speaker, shares documentary By Matt Thompson Staff Reporter

Achiro Fionah came from Uganda to the U.S. to shed light on the problems inflicting Uganda, her home. When she was 7 years old, her father died; three years later her mother did too. After staying with her uncle for three months, the Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Resistance Army, a Ugandan rebel force, abducted him and Fionah has not heard from him to this day. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Resistance Army is destroying families,â&#x20AC;? Fionah said to a group of CMU students at a documentary screening Wednesday evening in Pearce Hall. CMUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Invisible Children registered student organization hosted representatives from the national non-profit organization to come to

museum | continued from 3A

â&#x20AC;&#x153;I always have a soft spot for activities for children,â&#x20AC;? Martin said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It allows us to try to think about what is similar between the experience of a college student and elementary school student and try to connect them together.â&#x20AC;? The childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s room was created by Troy senior Kellie DeSchutter and Flat Rock senior Jillian Matthews. It has a combination of interactive displays from departments across campus, including     athletics and dining services. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We focused on different

Mount Pleasant to educate students about the situation in Northern Africa. Joseph Kony leads the LRA, which Fionah said abducts children to aid in their war effort. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They get boys and make them fight in war,â&#x20AC;? Fionah said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And they make the girls sex slaves.â&#x20AC;? Invisible Children uses donated funds to set up communication across villages in Congo, to give the people warning when the LRA approaches. The organization is also establishing rehabilitation centers to help children affected by the war. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The rehabilitation centers help brothers and sisters that escaped from the jungle,â&#x20AC;? Fionah said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some are forced to kill their own families. The rehabilitation is to help them.â&#x20AC;? The RSO meets 7 p.m. every Tuesday in Anspach 152. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going through puts my entire life in perspective,â&#x20AC;? said club

games related to campus life,â&#x20AC;? Matthews said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kids are able to dress up like a CMU student, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re able to create a dining hall meal and they can design their own dorm room.â&#x20AC;? Martin described the exhibit as experimental because students were given a level of control over the museum unheard of since its early days, and because much of the exhibit exists outside of the traditional presentation spaces. He said students succeeded in creating an exhibit that pushed the limits of what the museum is capable of, and that they had an unprecedented learning experience.

            

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The focus of this makes everything worth it. Knowing Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m changing the world, helping kids in Congo.â&#x20AC;? Achiro Fionah, Uganda Invisible Children spokesperson president Caitlin Cheevers, a Grand Rapids junior. Southern California native Alex Alberico said he got involved in Invisible Children when he was in high school. He helped fundraise for the organization and wanted to do more. Alberico now is an Invisible Children roadie, traveling around the U.S. doing screenings of the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s documentary. Fionah and Alberico started a three-month tour through Michigan, Ohio and Indiana starting last week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The focus of this makes everything worth it,â&#x20AC;? Alberico said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Knowing Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m changing the world, helping kids in Congo.â&#x20AC;? Fionah said she was able to find her way after her

family tragedies thanks to Invisible Children. She has one year left at a Uganda college studying public administration thanks to the non-profitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s funding. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was once invisible,â&#x20AC;? Fionah said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Now Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not because of (Invisible Children).â&#x20AC;? studentlife@cm-life.com

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m very proud,â&#x20AC;? Martin said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;To see the creativity of all these students is just amazing.â&#x20AC;? The exhibit runs through Sept. 30. The museum is located on the first floor of Rowe Hall and is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and 1 to 5 p.m. weekends except for university holidays. The museum and the exhibits â&#x20AC;&#x201D; designed and built by students of the museum studies program â&#x20AC;&#x201D; are open free of charge.

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FIRE UP CHIPS!


6A || Friday, Feb. 25, 2011 || Central Michigan Life

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Back to Reality Student raps while pursuing accounting degree By Randi Shaffer | Senior Reporter

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apper Marcel Jones, aka XX Cel, is trying to use his music to infuse students with a sense of school spirit. The Lansing junior transferred to CMU from Baker College at the beginning of the fall semester, knowing exactly what he wanted. “I was under the impression that Central was going to be the greatest time I’d ever had,” he said. “I also heard it had a good business program. I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m going to go there and get an education, and my weekends are going to be nuts!’ It didn’t happen like that.” Jones said he wrote the song “Fire Up Chips” in an effort to bring school spirit back to the university. “People don’t really seem proud to go here,” he said. “I needed something to make them say ‘Yeah! Fire up, Chips!’” Jones said he always planned on making a name for himself in music, but after hitting the harsh reality of post-high school graduation, he forced himself to pick a different plan. He worked for minimum wage after graduating high school, trying to make a name for himself in the music industry. But after reaching several dead ends, he decided to attend school to study accounting. “When I was 15, I thought by the time I hit 18 I was going to be famous,” he said. “School was never in my plans.” Jones started making music with his friends in high school in what he called a fun effort to find themselves. He said the evolution his music has undergone through the years is incredible. “(My friends and I) made music about a bunch of nonsense,” he said. “We’d just rap about anything that came to our minds. Now my songs usually have a set concept.” Lansing resident James Gardin, a member of that group who goes by the stage name of Philthy, said he recognized Jones’ aptitude from the start. “Marcel … was the most talented out of us at that point,” he said. Gardin, who is currently working to record his own music, said the former rap group was part of what helped both him and Jones

find themselves. He said though the two don’t talk as much as they used to, they still try to stay in contact, and he is willing to help Jones out as much as possible with his music. Hastings junior Patrick Gillespie stumbled upon Jones in his apartment complex and decided to begin promoting his music. “I just showed a lot of interest when he said he was going to be recording a song,” he said. “I wanted to help him out and see where we could go with his rapping.” Gillespie said he has worked to promote Jones and his music around campus, and he plans on working with Jones to produce more material. The more material Jones has, Gillespie said, the easier it is to promote. As much as Jones loves rapping, he said his education is his first priority. He said he is working on a song called “Rhythm of the Night” to express how he feels about school. “At night time, that’s when I can just do my thing and, at day time, I’m at class,” he said. “But at night time, (I just) listen to a beat and do what I love.” studentlife@cm-life.com

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Lansing junior Marcel Jones has been rapping seriously since age 15. Jones, who is inspired by musical artists such as Jay-Z and family members including his grandmother, incorporates his life or other life changing events into his music. “Fire Up Chips” is Jones’ most recent recording.


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Sports Weekend Friday, February 25, 2011 | Section B

Coach Reighard gets win No. 400 By Nick Conklin Staff Reporter

Four hundred career wins. Gymnastics head coach Jerry Reighard accomplished the milestone as his Chippewas dominated their Thursday quad meet with a final score of 194.875. For Reighard, this achievement is something that was accomplished through the hard work of talented athletes and the support from the community.

“This is a great community which has given me great support over the years,” Reighard said. “I am very appreciative that I have been here as long as I have, which is sometimes a record Jerry Reighard in itself.” The Chippewas (12-1, 5-0 Mid-American Conference) defeated Eastern Michigan (191.625), Alaska-Anchorage (188.90) and Southeast Missouri State

(193.875) at McGuirk Arena. Not only did the squad distance itself from the rest of the conference (5-0), Reighard put distance between him and other coaches within the university. With the win, Reighard moves into the second spot with the most wins by any active coach (Margo Jonker, women’s softball). The Chippewas stormed out of the gate in their first rotation, posting a season-high score of 49.150, behind four scores of 9.850. Senior Andrea de la Garza, junior Kristin Teubner, Brit-

ney Taylor and redshirt freshman Megan McWhorter all tied each other on the vault. McWhorter continued her run on the vault, posting a 9.800 or higher in the past two meets. The second rotation saw a slip in the Chippewas momentum as they posted the second lowest total of the season on the uneven bars with a 48.175. However, freshman Brittany Petzold did match a season-high with a 9.875 routine, matching her score from Jan. 30

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Senior all-arounder Cheryl Conlin performs Thursday at McGuirk Arena.

Bellore readies for NFL Combine

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Former CMU LB arrives in Indy today

Starts with win Saturday versus Ball State

By Andrew Stover Senior Reporter

Forget his name, Central Michigan’s Nick Bellore simply is linebacker No. 2 starting Friday night at the NFL Scouting Combine. He is just a number to the hundreds of NFL scouts and executives taking in the annual prospect prodding at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, which started Thursday. Not to mention the estimated total of media members present, which is expected to exceed 400. He will be the second linebacker to do every drill during group work, as he is the second to UCLA’s Akeem Ayers alphabetically in the group. Bellore picked up the phone Wednesday night and sternly said he is “anxious” for the weekend to begin before a question was even posed. “I can’t say I’m super nervous,” said the native of Whitefish Bay, Wis., who expects to measure in at 6-foot-1, 250 pounds. “I’m sure I’ll have some butterflies.” Still at his apartment in Bradenton, Fla., on Wednesday — a place he compared to The Village at Bluegrass in Mount Pleasant — the CMU senior linebacker left early today for Indianapolis, as all linebackers will report tonight. He carries a different 250 A BELLORE | 5B

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Nick Bellorewill take part in the NFL Scouting Combine this weekend in Indianapolis, Ind.

By Aaron McMann Sports Editor

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Crunch time begins this weekend. With three games left in the regular season, Central Michigan men’s basketball finds itself two games back in the Mid-American Conference West Division standings. While the window for opportunity is dwindling, CMU (9-18, 6-7 MAC) still has a chance to pull closer to division leaders Western Michigan and Ball State, both of which sit 8-5. The Chippewas host Ball State at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at McGuirk Arena in another Ernie Zeigler must-win game if it wants to make a run at a third consecutive division title. “We’re putting ourselves in a position to do what we can do,” said CMU head coach Ernie Zeigler. “Obviously we’re going to need a little bit of help, but we can’t worry about that. We just got to take care of the ones we can take care of.” While CMU snapped its 10-game losing streak Wednesday with a 6458 win at Northern Illinois, the help didn’t come. Ball State pulled away from Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan handled Toledo with ease at home, keeping their lead at two games. With a win Saturday, CMU moves one game behind the Cardinals. Meanwhile, the team will need some help from EMU, which plays host to WMU. Last time around, the Chippewas held a lead into the second half in Muncie, Ind., before senior forward Jalin Thomas landed wrong on his ankle and had to leave the game. With his departure went the game, as Ball State surged ahead to win 64-55. “We were there,” Zeigler said. We know, and I think they know. But at the end of the day it’s about who’s up on the scoreboard when the clock strikes zero. We’re looking forward to it.”

Johnson, a weight thrower, practices her technique outside during her prep career at Saginaw Arthur Hill.

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Saginaw senior Whitney Johnson laughs with friends while holding former teammate Crystal Long’s child during the Jack Skoog Open on Feb. 18 at the CMU Indoor Athletic Complex. Johnson, who competes in shot put, did not compete in Friday’s event.

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Senior thrower Whitney Johnson escapes broken home to become successful shot putter at CMU By Kristopher Lodes and Brandon Champion Staff Reporters

The chips were stacked against Whitney Johnson when she came to Mount Pleasant. “I came to CMU with no car and $25 to my name,” Johnson said. She’s endured a broken home and changing environments on a regular basis. Now, the senior thrower on the Central Michigan women’s track and field team has everything she wants. Despite hardships, Johnson came to CMU as the first person in her family to go to college. Growing up on Saginaw’s west side, Whitney’s father was nowhere to be found from the time she was born. The only other guardian, her mother Bethany Hardy, has been in and out of her life after suffering an addiction to crack cocaine. “My mother would sell everything in the house for drugs. She would take our furniture, video games, our television,” Johnson said. “One time she even took the jewelry right off my neck and told me she would be back later. I knew whenever she said that she wouldn’t be back for months.” A whitney | 2B

Former CMU football player dies while skiing in Colorado By Matt Thompson Staff Reporter

Former Central Michigan football player Brandon Zukoff died Tuesday during a skiing accident in Snowmass, Colo. Zukoff, 26, was skiing with two others in an out-of-bounds area when he triggered an avalanche that claimed his life. The Grand Blanc native played left guard for the Chippewas and was part of the team’s 2003 recruiting class. After his final college season in 2005, Zukoff

went to Colorado for an internship toward his major in commercial recreation and facilities management. He started at Snowmass Village Recreation Center and at Stonebridge Inn when Brandon Zukoff he first arrived in Col- 2003-05 orado. Recently, Zukoff had been working at Timberline Condos. “He was a great guy,” said Olivia Bohman, a co-worker of Zukoff at Timberline Condos. “We’re all super devastat-

ed, walking around like zombies.” Bohman said a guest broke down crying when told why Zukoff wasn’t there. “He was always great to customers, very polite,” she said. “He had a good heart, everybody loved him.” Zukoff loved to ski, which is what kept him in Colorado for the four years after leaving CMU. “He went out doing exactly what he wanted to do,” Bohman said with a heavy heart. “He was enjoying life and was always living to the fullest. One of the nicest people you’ll ever know.” Zukoff was discovered by two com-

panions about five minutes after the avalanche happened. His body recovery has been postponed due to unsafe snow conditions. Kaitlyn Schappert, Zukoff’s girlfriend, made Zukoff’s mission state available through the Pitkin County (Colo.) Sheriff’s Office: “As I roam the earth as a free spirited ski bum I want to be known as a fun loving, thrill seeker who loves nothing more in life than homemade chocolate chip cookies and a big glass of skim milk. I want to be looked at as a loyal grandson, son, brother, friend and teammate while

maintaining the freedom to do things on the spur of the moment. I’m a Christian who believes all things happen for a reason and that good things happen to good people. After my days wandering this place we call earth are over, I want to be looked at and remembered as a caring man who would do just about anything for anyone. I want people to also remember me as random, intelligent, honest, trustworthy and last but not least a risk taker who loves the outdoors and skis like there’s no tomorrow.” sports@cm-life.com

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“My mother would sell everything in the house for drugs. She would take our furniture, our video games, our television. One time she even took the jewelry right off my neck.” Whitney Johnson

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At age 6, Whitney was removed from her home by social services after her neighbors reported that she had been living by herself for close to three months. She was placed in a foster home where she remained for about a year and a half. “It was hard growing up under those circumstances,” Johnson said. “No one really knew what my home life was like.” In addition to her mother’s drug use, her situation was made worse by the disturbing path of her siblings. Johnson was the second youngest of 13 children in her family. She has 10 older brothers. Of those brothers, three are in prison serving life terms for murder, two are dead, two she has never met and three live in Saginaw. One place of refuge in Whitney’s life was with her grandmother, Vera Parks, who took her in after a year and a half in foster care. “My grandmother is a huge inspiration to me,” Johnson said. “If I become half the women she is, I’m doing great.” Ultimately, Whitney wanted to be at home and after a couple years with her grandmother, Whitney’s mother got clean and welcomed her back into her home. But her mother relapsed two years later.

A change in course By the start of high school, Whitney was bouncing back and forth between her mother and grandmother’s houses and by her junior year she didn’t know where she would be sleeping from night to night. “Sometimes I would stay at my friends, sometimes my grandma’s, sometimes my coach Sonya Dudley’s house,” Johnson said. With so many negative things around her in her life, Johnson was in need of a way out, she needed something positive in her life, and that came in the form of athletics. While attending Saginaw Arthur Hill High School, Johnson was already a two-sport star in volleyball and basketball. That’s when coach Dudley approached her and asked her if she had ever done track and field. “I was walking down the hallway, and she came up to me and asked me if I was interested in track and field,” Johnson said. “The next day I went to practice and I was pretty good, so she kept me around.” Little did Dudley or Johnson know, this would be the start of something that would change the course of her life forever. “When I first saw her, she reminded me of a big teddy bear,” Dudley said. “Because of her stature, she can be intimidating, but she’s a re-

Women seek first MAC indoor title since 2004 By Brandon Champion and Kristopher Lodes Staff Reporters

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Senior thrower Whitney Johnson will compete in the Mid-American Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend in Bowling Green, Ohio. At age 6, Whitney was removed from her home by social services after her neighbors reported that she had been living by herself for close to three months. “It was hard growing up under those circumstances,” she said.

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ally sweet girl.” While competing for Arthur Hill, Johnson never lost a regular season track meet. She won two state titles and finished in the top five all four years. She currently holds the discus and shot put records. “Whitney is a warrior, she’s a survivor,” Dudley said. “I’m so glad that she has become a part of my life. It’s people like her that inspire me to keep doing what I’m doing.” After her successful high school career, Whitney was recruited by schools throughout the country, including Kent State, Wright State, Michigan State and Army, among others. After multiple visits and deliberation, Johnson settled on CMU largely because she was impressed by the coaching staff and the quality of its track and field facilities. Struggles continue As a top recruit, she quickly found a home and became a leader, despite her underclassmen status. But adversity just wouldn’t leave her alone. In November 2009, Johnson had knee surgery on her meniscus to repair three holes in her bone. After surgery, Whitney came into the 2010 season knowing that more surgery would be necessary, but put it off until July when she had surgery on the lateral part of that same meniscus. “I was so mentally frustrated,” Johnson said. “I knew my capabilities and I knew what I could do, but when you have a knee that doesn’t allow you to do these things, you really get down on yourself. “I thought about quitting, I wanted go home (and) be by myself and cry.” But after all the adversity that she had faced in the past, there was no way that she was going to let injuries bring her down. This season, a healthy Johnson has been a major contributor to the women’s team as it strives toward its first Mid-American Conference championship in six years. This weekend, she will compete in the final indoor meet of her career at the MAC Indoor Championships and is on the brink of breaking the school record in the weight throw set by Charity Sunderman in 2010. “I’m positive that the things she’s gone through in her life have molded her into who she is today,” said director of track and field Willie Randolph. “All of us go through life lessons, and you either choose to deal with it and make it better or be a statistic, and Whitney has chosen to fight. We’re very proud of her.” At this weekend’s championships, Johnson will finish her indoor home career and will no doubt do so with the struggles of her past in mind. The challenges she faces on the field this weekend yield in comparison to the ones she has already overcome

After weeks of preparation and countless practices, the Central Michigan women’s track and field team is finally ready to head to Bowling Green, Ohio., and compete in the biggest event of the indoor season. The Chippewas were runner-up last season, finishing second behind Kent State by just seven points. This season, CMU is one of the favorites to win. Among the women’s competition this year is returning MAC champions Kent State and Eastern Michigan, the team with the most No. 1 rankings in the nation. “The intensity level is still up but we’re working on the little things,” said Willie Randolph, director Willie Randolph of track and field. “We’re working on t e c h n i q u e s and fine tuning.” The Chippewas sent their jumpers to Bowling Green earlier in the season to get a feel for the turf track that they will be competing on this weekend. “The only person I know to have success there was (CMU high jump record holder) Erika Schroll,” Randolph said. “The facility is not a great place for jumps.” One of the athletes looking to have a big day is junior middle distance runner Christina Farrow, who is part of the No. 6 ranked 4x4 400-meter relay team and is ranked No. 8 in the 800-meter. Farrow may have a little more incentive to win the MAC championship this year because she happened to transfer to CMU from Eastern Michigan, which is probably CMU’s biggest competition this week. “I’m very excited,” Farrow said. “There is incentive to beat Eastern (Michigan) and a lot of the girls in the 800 (meter) are from there, and I’m very confident and ready to go.” So what are the keys to success for CMU to come with the hardware on Saturday? “We have to make sure we have at least two or three athletes in every final,” Randolph said. “Having people in the finals of the 400-meter and the 200-meter are the major areas. We have no room for error. “The reality is that it’s about placing. The higher you place the more points you get and personal-best scores will come.” The Chippewas are feeling prepared to take on the Golden Flashes, EMU and the rest of the MAC and get their first track and field championship since 2004. “Our coaching staff has done a great preparing the athletes mentally and physically all year,” Randolph said. “We’ve put together a competitive schedule together for the athletes so they can handle a meet of this level.” Randolph wants to see men improve

the past makes you who you are today. All I can do is learn from it and try and be the best person I can be. I made it out, and I want to show others that they can do the same thing.”

Joining the Chippewas in competition this weekend will be Buffalo, Kent State, Akron and returning champion EMU. The Eagles will again be the favorites to win the meet, with the Golden Flashes and Zips also expected to compete for the title. And while the Chippewas may not be one of the favorites to win, their focus continues to be on themselves. Randolph wants his young team to improve upon their last-place finish last season. “I want our athletes to have the best meet they have so far,” Randolph said. “Posting personal bests in a meet like this shows that we are making progress.” That is not to say that the Chippewas don’t have the potential to post some solid scores. Leading CMU into this weekend in the sprints is freshman sprinter Ross Parsons, who sits in the top six in the conference in both the 60- and 200-meter dash. Sophomore Renaldo Powell has the fifth best time in the 60-meter hurdles. In the distance events, senior Chris Pankow currently has the fourth-best time in the 5,000 meter run and redshirt freshman Tecumseh Adams has the sixth best time in the mile. The field events are where the team has potential to do some damage. Sophomore jumper Andrew Kruskamp sits sixth in the high jump. Junior Josh Kettlewell and freshman Tim Reynolds are currently fourth and sixth in the Heptathlon, respectively. The two-day event is set to start at 10 a.m. today.

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Pictured above at age 9, Whitney Johnson smiles in front of a Christmas tree.

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Whitney Johnson sleeps after she was born on Nov. 22, 1988.

and will continue to face. After her career at CMU, Johnson plans to help others who have been in similar situations as herself by starting her own drug rehabilitation center. “I don’t regret my past,” Johnson said. “I have always believed that


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Women’s Basketball

CMU playing EMU for first-round MAC tourney bye The Chippewas travel to Toledo, Ohio, to play the Rockets on March 2 for their final game of the regular season. The Rockets are 21-6 overall and 13-1 in the MAC. Its lone MAC loss came from CMU. For the Chippewas, it’s simple. Win and you earn a bye. Lose and you earn yourself a much more meaningful game against a team that wants revenge on its home court. “Everyone knows were going to come out real hard,” Szunko said. “Saturday’s game is going to be a really good game and we are going to play for each other and our seniors.”

By John Manzo Staff Reporter

This year’s senior class has made positive improvements over the course of its four-year career. Central Michigan women’s basketball team finished 6-23 overall and went 2-13 in MidAmerican Conference play in 2007-08. That was the freshmen season for guards Shonda Long and Camille Ramsey, as well as forwards Kaihla Szunko and Laura Baker. Now, as seniors, they currently hold an 18-8 record overall and are 10-4 in MAC play. These seniors have helped provide a 12-game turnaround, with at least three games still remaining. Two remain in the regular season, with the MAC tournament beginning March 5. “We have to give every ounce of energy that we have against Eastern Michigan and for our seniors,” said head coach Sue Guevara. CMU will get its chance to add to the win column on senior day at 3 p.m. Saturday against EMU at McGuirk Arena. The time between the seniors and McGuirk Arena was short-lived, but it was time well spent. The Chippewas are 8-2 at home this season, a far cry from the 2-9 record that the seniors posted their freshman year. “I’m looking forward to it, but I’m not ready to be done,” Szunko said. It may be a day for the senior class, but basketball is a team game. Four seniors can’t win alone, but they can help lead a team.

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Senior forward Kaihla Szunko pulls of a reverse layup Wednesday against Ball State. Szunko had 15 points and seven rebounds in the win.

CMU is in the midst of a tight battle for a first-round bye into the MAC tournament. The Chippewas beat the Eagles 76-67 on Jan. 12 in Ypsilanti. Once again, it was a balanced effort that propelled them to victory. And, ironically, it all comes down to this for these two in-

state rivals. A 65-64 loss to Toledo on Wednesday night put EMU (18-10 overall, 9-5 MAC) one game behind CMU for second in the MAC West. If CMU wants a first-round bye, Saturday’s game is the chance to do it. If it falters against EMU, it puts itself in a much more difficult situation.

Ball State win CMU continued to put the lackluster performance against Northern Illinois behind it. Since the 59-45 loss on Feb. 16, the Chippewas have won two straight, including an 81-66 victory over Ball State on Wednesday. The defense for CMU proved itself once again. It forced 29 turnovers and held The Cardinals’ two leading scorers to a combined 20 points. The Chippewas had five scorers in double-figures. “We played a really tough, physical, aggressive team,” Guevara said about Ball State. “They were doing everything they possibly could to win.” sports@cm-life.com

Saturday’s game more than just a rivalry

John Evans Senior Reporter

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here is a huge basketball game Saturday night at McGuirk Arena. But me saying that does not do justice to the implications of this game. The CMU women’s basketball team will take on in-state rival Eastern Michigan in what will prove to be not only the biggest, but the most influential game of the season so far. It is the last regular season home game, it is senior night and it is for a first round bye in the Mid-American Conference tournament. The Chippewas got some help last night when Toledo beat Eastern Michigan. EMU (18-10, 9-5 MAC) now sits one game behind CMU (18-8, 10-4 MAC), giving the Chippewas sole possession of second place in the MAC West. The top four teams in the conference receive a first round bye in the MAC tournament, which begins March 5. The Chippewas have been working for a first-round bye since Day 1 and are close to achieving that goal. For seniors Shonda Long and Kaihla Szunko, this is it. Their last regular season home game, their last chance to im-

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Thomas has career day Thomas’ career-high 29 points, including 20 points in the first half, helped lead the Chippewas to their first win on the road since Nov. 24. “We definitely needed this one,” Thomas said. “We’ve been struggling on the road. A lot of our guys learned how to close out games, which is something

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Senior guard Camille Ramsey drives to the basket Wednesday against Ball State’s Jordan Huber. Ramsey came into the game late after the Chippewas opened up a double-digit lead.

press the home crowd, but it is not their final goodbye. Yes, Saturday’s game is a big one, but there will still be work to be done. A win tomorrow night clinches a first round bye for CMU, a win tomorrow night sends the seniors out on a great note and a win tomorrow night gives the team a season sweep over both Eastern and Western Michigan. There is something about the women’s basketball team that makes me believe they are destined for something great. A certain type of resiliency I have not seen in past years. Wiley veterans and ag-

gressive freshmen, this team is just about ready. Winners of six out of the last seven games, the team is peaking. The rotation is solid and getting sparks off the bench in the form of Jalisa Olive and Taylor Johnson, making them even more dangerous. Sophomore Brandie Baker, a 6-foot guard, is a nightmare matchup for any player in the MAC. If CMU wants to go further than expected over the next couple of weeks, Baker is going to have to want it the most. She loves her assists to

that is highly important because we’re going to have a lot more like these.” The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder opened up in the first half, hitting 6 3-pointers while keeping them in the game. While NIU shot 65 percent from the field, CMU only trailed 34-33 at halftime. While Thomas cooled down in the second half, freshman guard Trey Zeigler heated up. Trey, who scored 6 points in the first half, finished the game with 19 points, even going 7-for-9

from the free throw line, a vast improvement from his recent struggles. Trey also came up big defensively in the second half, recording three steals and two blocks. “Staying aggressive,” he said of the difference for him from the first half to the second. “I saw the game was in the balance and I tried to stay in attack mode. “Getting a win on the road is tough. To get one like this, it helps a lot.” sports@cm-life.com

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turnover ratio, she loves making plays and finding the open players. But I want to see her shoot. I want to see her driving to the net and punishing people inside. I have seen it a couple of times this year, but now when it comes to the most important games of the season, I want to see Brandie Baker takeover. If this team goes farther than expected, she will be a big reason why. sports@cm-life.com

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The McGuirk Arena student section was near empty Wednesday evening during CMU’s game against Ball State. Only 307 watched the Chippewas win 81-66.

Women’s team needs support Student apathy toward basketball games leaves McGuirk Arena nearly empty for most home games Recent Attendance Wednesday vs. Ball State: 307 John Manzo Staff Reporter

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ey, I was just wondering ... Did anyone happen to watch the Central Michigan women’s basketball team defeat Ball State on Wednesday night? Probably not. Actually, only 307 attended. McGuirk Arena seats 5,300 people. That means 4,993 seats were empty. Note to CMU students: Thank CM Life. It keeps all the uninformed informed about this university. I’m not trying to bash the students. I am one. I’m just challenging them. I don’t understand why an 18-8 women’s basketball team draws such a low attendance figure. With a win on Saturday, it can clinch a first round bye in the Mid-American Conference tournament. It’s quite obvious that students don’t care about winning. The men’s basketball team is 9-18, but the average attendance is 2,532. They must go to see freshman guard Trey Zeigler and senior guard Antonio Weary earn SportsCenter Top 10 honors on ESPN. Can I blame the students? No. The men are an exciting team to watch when they’re on top of their game. I’m just telling people to give the women a chance. Last semester, students consistently left CMU football games for who knows what. I bet it was the cold. Or actually, maybe it was to continue a buzz — or maybe both. Well cut the excuses. The women play indoors. So if it’s cold, wear a sweatshirt. If you really enjoy drinking and must continue drinking, at least stop by. The women’s team is ranked No. 3 out of 333 NCAA teams in scoring offense. It’s exciting to watch these women play. Where are the season

Saturday vs. W. Michigan: 681

Feb. 12 vs. Kent St.: 3,557 (DH) Jan. 29 vs. Akron: 876 ticket holders and the alumni? I’ll try to put it nicely:there aren’t many season ticket holders. And alumni, well, they come and go. Now that I’ve challenged the students, season ticket holders and the alumni, I’ll continue. Where is the Mount Pleasant community? If anybody wants a ticket, I can find you one. Where do you want to sit? Here are the choices: Sections 101-103, Bleachers 104-106, Sections 107-112, Bleachers 113-115 or Sections 116-118. I’ve heard the reasons for not showing up before. They’re women. So what, who cares? Apparently nobody does. That’s a shame. It’s almost upsetting to know that this could potentially get more reads than a preview, recap or feature story. Whenever someone is challenged, two things happen. Either the challenged step up and prove the challenger wrong, or they come up with an excuse. The comment box will be below this article on cmlife.com. I’d rather see 5,300 people inside McGuirk Arena at 3 p.m. Saturday when the women’s basketball team hosts Eastern Michigan for senior day. However, I don’t expect it. So the challenge has been made. Now a response needs to follow. Will it be in the comment box or in a seat? We’ll see on Saturday. sports@cm-life.com


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Baseball ready for high-powered ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith says he’s just getting started UNLV offense this weekend By Anthony Fenech Senior Reporter

Tim Chambers hasn’t found much. “I’ve been asked that question a bunch,” the University of Las Vegas Nevada head coach said about the difference a year makes. “It really hasn’t been any different.” And early in his first season at the helm of the Rebels baseball program, after 11 wildly successful years coaching on the junior college level at the College of Southern Nevada, the results really haven’t been any different. Chambers, who built the CSN program from the ground up and won seven Scenic West Athletic Conference championships, including the 2003 Junior College World Series, has the Rebels off to a hot start heading into a four-game series against the Chippewas this weekend. “I don’t know much about his style,” admitted CMU head coach Steve Jaksa. “But we know they like to run and do some things pretty well from what we saw.” Central Michigan enters the series on the heels of a seasonopening four-game split at Florida Gulf Coast University,

and will carry the same fourman starting rotation of senior Bryce Morrow and juniors Trent Howard, Zach Cooper and Ryan Longstreth. “We’re comfortable with the way those guys have thrown,” Jaksa said. Howard will get the seriesopening honors against Rebels sophomore Tanner Peters. In a four-game sweep over Maine, UNLV smacked eight home runs and hit to the tune of a .376 batting average and .638 slugging percentage in their first series. And while seeing balls fly out of the park is nothing new to Chambers, who was instrumental in landing and developing Bryce Harper, the 18-year-old hitting phenom selected No. 1 overall in last year’s MLB Amateur Draft by the Washington Nationals, hearing the sound of aluminum bats hitting those balls out of the park is. At CSN, the Coyotes competed in a junior college circuit using wood bats. “The scores are going to be up because of the bats,” he said. “But the game is pretty much the same although last weekend’s scores didn’t look like it.”

The Rebels scored nearly 13 runs a game in their victories over Maine. Chambers served as athletics director of CSN since 2003, and chalks the dead time of only filling a head coach’s role as the biggest difference in the change of scenery. “It’s a little different from the standpoint that I’m not as busy,” he said. “In junior college, you do everything, raising money and stuff like that.” And time wasn’t on the Chippewas side returning from Florida earlier this week. After a two-hour flight delay and four-hour bus ride from Grand Rapids, the team returned to Mount Pleasant at 4 a.m. Monday morning and will face a three-hour time change this weekend. “I feel pretty good about the guys,” Jaksa said. On Tuesday, sophomore shortstop Jordan Dean was named the year’s first MidAmerican Conference West Division Player of the Week. He went 8-for-14 with a home run in his first three starts. “It feels great,” Dean said. “I just have to stay humble and keep doing what I’m doing. sports@cm-life.com

Long odds separate Central Michigan and potential bye Albeit slim, CMU still within reach of division title

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nexplicably, Central Michigan has a chance. Not a good chance, but the men’s basketball team has a semblance of a shot. Somehow, against the odds and despite the record it has and the criticism it has received, CMU is just two games back of the MidAmerican Conference West Division lead. Ball State and Western Michigan share the lead at this point, each at 8-5. And surely, Ball State controls its own destiny, with tiebreakers in hand. But CMU gave itself a chance Wednesday night in DeKalb, Ill. The Chippewas exorcised their road demons against Northern Illinois, taking a one-point halftime deficit and erasing it in the second half. Down by five, CMU used an 11-0 run in the final 4:38 to win its first road game since Nov. 24 — a span of 10 games — in a 64-58 final. But more important than ending a road skid, CMU gave itself a shot toward a third consecutive MAC West title, or at least a share of it, and a shot at a first-round bye in the MAC tournament. The Chippewas sit at 6-7 in the MAC, with home games against both teams ahead of them in the standings, and a road game against 1-12 Toledo. It’s possible. Winning out, and seeing WMU and Ball State finish 1-2 is possible. But a first-round bye in

Andrew Stover Senior Reporter the tournament is what’s really important. Really, it’s of ultra importance. After the two division winners are seeded, the rest of the conference is seeded by record, with nothing to do with division standing. Last year, four of the top five teams came from the East. CMU likely would be seeded sixth or lower if it doesn’t win out this year. Right now, the Chippewas have the ninth-best record in the conference, and the top four get a bye to the quarterfinals. They need to get in the top eight in order to host a home game in the first round, which is critical in making it to Cleveland. CMU could break the top eight. But a run at a firstround bye? It’s not probable. Even with home games — where CMU is 5-1 in the MAC — against the two teams ahead in the standings, winning both is a task. Let’s put it at 60 percent, considering how tight each previous game against the Cardinals and Broncos were played, plus the Chippewas’ home prowess. Then, there’s the final remaining road game against lowly Toledo. CMU should win this game, in all reality. But a 1-6 conference road record makes any opponent a daunting challenge. It’s a 50-50 tossup.

CMU could gain a game on each opponent ahead of it since it plays both headto-head. Ball State and WMU also play head-to-head. But that’s where it gets interesting. The first tiebreaker for a multi-team tie is best record among the tied teams. Ball State already has wins against CMU, which it plays Saturday, and WMU. Ball State also is 7-0 in the division, which is the next tiebreaker. It is ahead of WMU by two games and CMU by three. CMU needs Ball State to lose out, with games at CMU, at WMU and home against Northern Illinois. That would put the Cardinals at 8-8, exclude them from a share of the title, and allow the tiebreaker for two teams to kick in, which first is head-to-head record. Then, while WMU would beat Ball State in this scenario, CMU needs the Broncos to lose at home to Eastern Michigan on Sunday, then lose the finale in Mount Pleasant. That would give CMU a split with WMU in the season series, but a one-game lead in division games. The Broncos would finish 6-4 in the West; CMU would end at 7-3. It’s the only way CMU gets a bye, and it’s long odds, to say the least. But anything is possible. And if CMU doesn’t get the bye, it is looking at a bottom six seeding, perhaps bottom eight if it doesn’t win out. Such a seeding would create a tall task to even make a dent in Cleveland.

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Stephen A. Smith returned to ESPN earlier this month in what seemed a surprisingly modest role, given his resume: early evening radio shifts in New York and L.A., and contributing to ESPN.com. No worries. He said he is happy to be back and happy with the role. Well . . . for now, that is. “You know me,” he said, getting warmed up for a bit of vintage Stephen A. “This is just the beginning. I don’t plan on stopping. I’m just getting started. “As far as I’m concerned it’s a resurrection, and I’m coming back with serious business on my mind.” Sometimes it is difficult to tell with Smith what is serious and what is shtick, but he certainly sounded sincere.

The timing of his return has been fortuitous. The NBA long has been his specialty, and his blunt thoughts on timely subjects such as Donnie Walsh and Isiah Thomas have made him a go-to guy for Knicksrelated opining. But as he said, he views this phase as a mere transition to a larger media profile, the kind he had in the mid-2000s when he was a rising star at the network. “I anticipate anything I do is going to be short term in terms of limitations,” he said. “I go for it all and I try to be the best at what I do.” Smith left ESPN in 2009, unable to reach an agreement on a new contract and interested in stretching himself with, among other things, political commentary on cable news channels. He even appeared on ABC’s “The View” and taped a pilot

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194.875 around performances, Petzold said that the key to her strong freshman season has come down to the effort put forth in practice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I just have to work hard everyday in practice,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once I know I can do it in practice, I know I can do it in the meet.â&#x20AC;? Coming into the third rotation, CMU led the conference and ranked No. 15 nationally in the beam with an average of 48.536. However, that ranking is likely to fall as the team counted two falls by Teubner (9.300) and Conlin (9.200). The team would still finish the rotation with a total of 48.425 points. Leading the way was freshman Emily Heinz with a 9.850. Reighard was surprised by his two upper-classmenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s struggles on the beam, something that he said hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happened before. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you would have asked me if I could predict a mistake it wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have come from those two, especially not those two in the same night,â&#x20AC;? Reighard said. The fourth and final run in

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the floor exercise saw the team rebound and post a 49.125 total score. The squad was led by Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 9.850 score. Three other gymnasts (Teubner, de la Garza and Petzold) would tie for second place with scores of 9.825. De la Garza would claim the top all-around score with a season high 39.200. The Chippewas look to push their 12-1, 5-0 MAC record on Monday, March 7, when they take on New Hampshire at 7 p.m. in Durham, N.H. CMU will have one more regular season meet at home (Bowling Green) before they host the MAC championships on March 19.

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Nick Bellore started in a school-record tying 52 consecutive games during his fouryear career at CMU.

pounds than when he left CMU in December, though. That, he said, can be credited to the work he put in at IMG Academy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I look different at the same weight, so thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a good thing,â&#x20AC;? said Bellore, who boastfully said he has pretty good size for the position. He is one of just four linebackers that are projected to weight in heavier than 250 pounds, according to NFL.com. Bellore said he will have dinner upon arriving Friday night, with weigh in, a drug screening and other medical screenings scheduled for Saturday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The biggest chunk of time that youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re there for, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re doing medical stuff,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You could be at the hospital getting checked out for up to eight hours.â&#x20AC;? He has taken advice from a former CMU player that endured the same situation last year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve talked to Dan LeFevour a lot, and he said that the days are long, and try

to get naps whenever you can, because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s definitely not a comfy environment,â&#x20AC;? Bellore said. â&#x20AC;&#x153; Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re always getting pulled one way or another.â&#x20AC;? Team interviews and psychological testing, like the famed Wonderlic test, will dominate the schedule today and Saturday. Bellore will meet with between 20 and 30 teams for 15 minutes so they can prod into his character, past and ability to dissect a playbook. He will work out Monday, when he hopes for a 40-yard dash between 4.6 seconds and 4.7, and a bench press total of between 25 and 30 reps of 225 pounds. But maybe more important than the 40-yard dash is the agility drills. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They want to see how you really move,â&#x20AC;? said Bellore, who thinks he will excel in the short shuttle and the L-cone drill. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do that as a linebacker, you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t play.â&#x20AC;? Bellore will arrive on Tuesday at CMU, where he will begin to train for the Chippewasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Pro Day on March 14.

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