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I joined Greek Life in the fall semester of 2018 under the impression that it would provide me with opportunities for networking, community service and personal betterment. While these were provided, my exposure to Greek Life over a single semester has given me some additional food for thought. Greek Life has been a largely positive experience but also an enlightening one.
Anthony Davis, nicknamed “The Brow,” made major news on Jan. 28 when he requested a trade to “a team that allows him the chance to win consistently and compete for a championship.”
Over the last several years, the Eastern Michigan University administration has made the decision to privatize several areas of campus operations that were previously under the full control of our public university.
A recent opinion piece by Reid Scott described the Green New Deal as something that has “really ambitious and, in reality, impossible goals for the country.” This argument is flawed and poorly researched. If anything, the Green New Deal is not ambitious enough and proposes entirely possible goals for the United States.
Last Monday, a Black doll was found hanging in a shared shower of a dorm room in Best Hall. After this incident, Black students, including myself, are unsure whether Eastern Michigan University cares about students of color or are just using them as a token to show that they are diverse.
The 2020 election cycle is already gearing up, and one of the questions Democratic voters must decide is whether to maintain the status quo or to continue to move to the left by nominating a progressive.
American popstar and activist P!nk said in a recent interview that she is raising her children in a label-less household to allow them to feel free to discover their own sexuality and gender expression, and it has sparked a discussion.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., introduced her proposal for the Green New Deal this past Thursday. The Green New Deal promises instant action on climate change and promises economic stability to all American citizens. The proposal has some really ambitious and, in reality, impossible goals for the country.
In a bombshell 700-page report released last year, the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gave a grim warning about the urgency of climate change. According to the report, we have only 12 years to take aggressive action to limit global warming to moderate levels.
Over the past few years, the feminist movement has been beaten down and given a negative connotation, but it’s only being misunderstood.
Cloud has undergone some changes for better and for worse. Mostly for worse. In “Smash 4,” Cloud was one of the top two characters due to his lingering ariels, such as his up-air and down-air. His neutral-air was especially powerful due to the wide range it had around his body. However, Cloud’s most powerful weapon was his limit break. This gave him a buff on jump height, fall speed and all of his special moves. This gave Cloud a killing toolbox, allowing him to dispatch opponents at roughly 65 percent and higher depending on situation and character. This killing ability combined with his high damage and superb juggling ability made Cloud into one of the best characters in the game, arguably second only to Bayonetta.
On Jan. 22, I woke up at 8 a.m. I’m not a morning person; I would never intentionally wake up before 9 a.m., but this day was different–the 91st Academy Awards nominations were about to be announced. I’m a huge fan of the annual Academy Awards ceremony. Last year, I watched 37 of the 59 films nominated with the intention of watching them all. This year I will try to watch the 52 nominees before the ceremony.
On the weekend of Jan. 18, several marches were held in Washington
On Jan. 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó declared himself as Venezuela’s acting president. Within minutes of the announcement, President Donald Trump recognized Guaidó as interim president.
Local rapper and entrepreneur Anthony Meeks and his team of nine have created a new nightlife social event for students at Eastern Michigan University, and it’s gaining traction quick.
The past weekend at Eastern Michigan University was filled with celebrations and events in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Every year, people around the country gather to recognize the incredible accomplishments and impact he’s had on our society.
The holiday season is over, we’ve celebrated the new year, the festivities are dying down, and work and school are picking back up; we are entering January. Though it might just seem like a new month, there is something about this time of year that doesn’t get talked about as much as it should. For the next couple of months, many people will experience a gloomy feeling that looms over them, but what causes this?
As of Jan. 16, the government shutdown has lasted twenty-six days. The shutdown was caused by President Donald Trump’s unreasonable demands for $5 billion for his border wall and Democrats’ refusal to meet this demand.
James Patton was named the new offensive line coach for the Eastern Michigan football team by head coach Chris Creighton on Jan. 16, and that should have fans, myself included, very excited. Patton was the offensive quality control assistant for the University of Pittsburgh the past two seasons.
In this weekly series I focus on one potential Democratic candidate and analyze whether they would be a good candidate to face Trump.