As part of Eastern Michigan University’s Martin Luther King Jr. day celebrations, students gathered at the Honors College to partake in service opportunities for the community.
The EMU Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative March, was the first in an array of events that will be going on around campus this week to celebrate Eastern’s 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The March ensued Thursday afternoon at 3:30pm.
With coloring and hot cocoa, Eastern Michigan University's LBGTQ+ community gathered in the Student Center on Wednesday Jan. 10, for the LBGT Resource Center Winter Mixer. The Mixer was provided for members of the community to meet the staff of the Resource center and to hang out with friends.
Winter Fest is an annual event thrown by Eastern Michigan’s Organization, Campus Life, to showcase the vast majority of 200+ Student Orgs. The purpose of this event is to expose students to organizations and allow them to interact. The missions of these organizations vary from philanthropic duties, arts expression, and even social clubs.
Therapy dogs from Eastern Michigan University’s monthly Wellness Woof program made an appearance at the wellness fair, promoting healthy living and mental health awareness amongst several other organizations.
Police reports on EMU's campus between Jan. 7 and Jan. 13.
On Saturday, Jan. 6, Detroit area punks, Daisys, bid farewell to their Southeast Michigan family at the Pike Room, calling it quits for the time-being. Daisys have been performing non-stop since releasing their full length “Guest Room” in May of 2016, but on New Years Eve of 2017, they announced on their Facebook page that this show would be the last show on the east side of the state.
Michigander's are used to the fact that the temperature doesn’t normally stay consistent. There are days where the temperature with wind chill is -15 degrees and the next is 50 and sunny. Lately it has been particularly cold, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere. Here are some tips to keeping yourself warm this bone chilling winter.
Feeling a bit under the weather or in need of a tropical escape, without a hit to your bank account? Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor offers free admission year round and will certainly not disappoint.
Yet another year is now put under our belts. So much has happened in 2017 that it would difficult to pinpoint what made it what it was. There are some good things and of course some bad things, but let’s take a step back and recall some major events that happened in the United States.