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Friday October 19, 2018, was the night Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students had a chance to get dressed up for the night at the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity’s second annual black-tie event they call the “Black Out Party” in McKenny Ballroom from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Queer and Trans People of Color Collective, April 28.
Queer people of color (QPOC), an Eastern Michigan University campus based support group, hosted a meet and greet to introduce their group to other people and organizations of color under their new title; Queer and Trans people of Color Collective (QTPOCC), April 28.
Len Komoroski, Cleveland Cavaliers CEO.
Field trips in college? Professor Robert Twells set aside 50 spots for a tour of Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The tour consisted of a line up of guest speakers that ranged from Cleveland Cavaliers CEO to the company's social media coordinator, and ended with tickets to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers home game against the Atlanta Hawks.
On Tuesday April 11, Bras for a Cause will be collecting new and gently-used bras all day in Marshall cubicle 302D to benefit Free the Girls, an organization that has donated bras to women in Mozambique, El Salvador, and Uganda.
Writing 121 students of EMU presented captivating works to students, staff and faculty at the Celebration of Student Writing (CSW), April 6.
Pirooz Aghssa, EMU proffesor and theatre director.
EMU theatre professor Pirooz Aghssa directed this month’s production of “Spring Awakening”, and translated the script of last month’s production of “The Butterfly” from its original Persian. I sat down with Aghssa to ask how he got interested in theatre, about his love of teaching, and more.
Founder of Gamers Outreach, Zach Wygal, speaks at 2017 Gamers For Giving, located at Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center.
Zach Wigal, Eastern Michigan University alumnus, transformed a gaming event he attempted in high school into a foundation that uses gaming to support a growing number of over 100,000 children per year.
Delaney McDaniel, EMU junior, interior design major and Meredith Benedict, EMU junior interior design major.
Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Department opened “Spring Awakening”, March 31. The thought-provoking rock musical features mature themes such as abortion, rape, and suicide, so the show had a diverse affect on audience that ranged from college students to grandparents.
Nadine Marshall, co-creator of “Building an Equitable City” and Eastern Michigan University Alumna.
Cultivate Coffee and Tap House hosted Poetry Night, an event that concluded Cultivate’s series of forums titled “Building an Equitable City,” March 31. The evening of poetry began at the Depot Town location, minutes away from Eastern Michigan University, at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday April 4, Zeta Sigma Chi will host the first annual Nacho Average Greek Social, an opportunity to meet some of EMU's Greek life, ask questions, socialize and eat nachos. Hosted from 7 - 9 p.m. in Big Bob’s Lake House.
The future forum, hosted by the Unity Mural Project, triggered a conversation between the audience of roughly 50 students and staff in McKenny Ballroom, March 28. The forum led to audience members suggesting who should be included in the design of the mural based on who has been the most visible presence in the movement towards unity on campus.