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Monday, Sept. 16
This time Xzania finds out that she has been chosen to be the protector of Earth. She doesn't believe it, but as the only one with the power to stop the Indwa monster, she has to make a choice. Will she continue to deny fate?
What would it be like to hit up your great grandfather?
You can't tell anyone you have giant bat wings that sprout out of your back!
Nick Pomante, student coordinator for the Office of Wellness and Community Responsibility, hosted the first Wellness Woof of the fall semester on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Lake House. The event went from 4-6 p.m. and was open to all students.
Students may be noticing an increasing amount of email scams. Such scam emails are sent out in order to obtain personal information under false pretenses; this is known as phishing.
Eastern Michigan held a 28-15 lead over the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils with just over 11 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. However, after allowing a one-yard touchdown run by Keonte Lucas and a 68-yard strike from Aaron Winchester to Tyshaun James, the Eagles found themselves staring at a one point deficit with just 20 seconds remaining. That is until Matthew Sexton made the game-winning play.
Of the many feminism misconceptions, a common one that has always bothered me is one that entails that a woman who wants to be treated as an equal doesn’t want to also be cared for by a man. The truth is, these two ideas can very easily be integrated together into a totally balanced mindset.
Hundreds of people filled the Convocation Center on Sept. 19 for the inaugural NVRCH Music Festival. The festival was held in honor of Jayquon Tillman, an Eastern Michigan University student who was shot and killed at a party on May 6, 2017.
Doctor, doctor give me the news! How much does my cat gotta lose?
Angel Vanas is a native of Ypsilanti and has been a licensed hair stylist for ten years,. She’s also a makeup artist with a passion for her work. Her studio, Star Studio by Angel, is located in downtown Ypsilanti at 224 Michigan Avenue. Vanas took ownership and remodeled the building in May of 2017.
Sen. Kirk Suchowesky was voted in as the vice chairman for student services in a 2-0 vote during the Student Services Committee meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Heading into the final week of the non-conference portion of the schedule for the Eastern Michigan football team and the rest of the MAC, both divisions of the conference are tight from top to bottom. None of the 14 teams are undefeated but three programs lead the way with a 2-1 record. Those teams are Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan. The Eagles are fresh off an upset victory over then-undefeated Illinois.
Elizabeth Warren talks a great game when it comes to stopping the ever-growing influence of corporations and big business but she suddenly loses her principles and plays politics when these values are put to the test. The Senator has great policy proposals on Wall Street, taxation and corporate regulation but has a major blind spot concerning military spending, having a track record of subservience to some of the world’s richest and most immoral corporations.
Ronia-Isabel Cabansag provided extra reporting assistance for this article.
The first Business and Finance Committee meeting of the year rolled around on Tuesday, Sept. 17 as several student organizations and club sports came to request money for upcoming events.
This hero may be from beyond the stars but he won't falter in providing peace and safety! Arach Roz is the savior from the stars, Pale-Spider!
Baby blue and pastel pink, pencil cases and schoolyard fights—Melanie Martinez continues her alter-ego Cry Baby's story in her sophomore album "K-12.” The title character moves away from sippy cups and into school with the big kids.
The Eastern Michigan women’s volleyball team squared off against Purdue-Fort Wayne on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The Eagles came into the game with a 3-5 record, hoping to improve that in the last game of the Michigan Challenge. Purdue-Fort Wayne came into the game with a 3-8 record and had Eastern Michigan as the last game of their Dunn Hospitality Tournament. Purdue-Fort Wayne was 1-2 in their last three games coming into the match.