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News Brief: Jan. 22

EMU student receives 2017 Outstanding Teachers Assistant Award

Wendy Dorman, Eastern Michigan University graduate student and assistant teacher, was awarded the 2017 Outstanding Teachers Assistant Award from the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT).

According to a press release, Dorman was nominated for going above and beyond standard teaching assistant responsibilities to improve the quality of education for students.

Benjamin Jealous speaks at EMU

Eastern Michigan University hosted their 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, with keynote speaker, Benjamin Jealous.

Benjamin Jealous was the youngest President and CEO of NAACP.

Eagles fall to no. 9 Missouri at home, 22-12

The Eastern Michigan wrestling team was defeated by the no. nine ranked Missouri Tigers at the Convocation Center on Sunday.

The Tigers featured six nationally ranked wrestlers against the two nationally ranked players of Eastern Michigan.

President Obama bids farewell

On Tuesday night, President Barack Obama gave his farewell address. His crowd was anxious, nervous, and passionate as they said goodbye to a President who has helped American through times of terrorism, economic decline and deprived rights.

My most anticipated games of 2017

A new year is upon us, and that means a brand-new set of games will be coming out. As a lifelong gamer myself, there are many games that specifically have my attention, and I am really looking forward to.

Police blotter: Jan. 15


On Jan. 8 at 5:17 p.m., DPS received a call regarding a heated verbal altercation between roommates inside of Phelps residence hall.

"Hidden Figures" represents various themes of race and sex

Not that often do you see a film centering around a historical woman, let alone three, let alone African-American women, let alone the very women who sent the United States first man around the orbit of the Earth!

"Hidden Figures" is a 2016 biographical drama, based on the book of the same name by Margot Lee Shetterfly, telling the story of three best friends who worked on the NASA space program, and more specifically Project Mercury and later the Apollo II mission.

The story centers around brilliant mathematician and child prodigy, Katherine Johnson, fellow mathematician, Dorothy Vaughan and engineer-to-be, Mary Jackson as they worked toward sending the first man in orbit around the Earth.

What I liked most about this film was the various themes brought up in regards to race and sex.

News Briefs: Jan. 15

Eastern Michigan University announces new STEM initiative partnership

Eastern Michigan University partners with the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum to promote education in science and mathematics related subjects to the Ypsilanti community.