Monday, March 11
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Monday, March 11
U.S. Congress passed and authorized the use of time zones and daylight saving time 101 years ago today, March 19.
The Eastern Michigan University organization International Student Association (ISA) held the 20th annual Colors in Harmony March 16 at the Student Center Auditorium.
New Jersey is now the second state in the country, after California, to pass a law requiring LGBTQ+ history to be taught in schools and it has gotten mixed reactions.
Eastern Michigan University held the LGBT Pride Prom on March 13 in the convocation center from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Victoria’s Secret closed over 50 more stores following negative remarks about transgender and plus-size people made by the company’s CEO Ed Razek late last year. It’s time to ditch the company for good.
Crutcher has clarified that Student Government has not received any information about housing privatization that is not already public.
YPSILANTI, MI - Student Government passed three new resolutions on March 5 in McKenny Hall, with 13 Senators present as well as Student Body President Candice Crutcher, Director of Business and Finance, Quentin Francis and Director of Political Action, Faraz Ansari.
Monday, March 4
The popular game show “Family Feud” was brought to life Wednesday, March 6 in Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center Auditorium by the organization Kings of Color (KOC).
Eastern Michigan University held its 3rd annual K-Pop competition March 9 in Pease Auditorium at 6 p.m. The event was open to EMU students and the public.
Dozens of farmworkers, students, allies and community leaders gathered to rally outside of Wendy’s on Carpenter Street Saturday, March 9.
The 91st Academy Awards took place on Feb. 24. Once again, the ceremony exhibited not only the glitz and glamour of the red carpet but also new experiences that we’ve never seen in past awards ceremonies.
Eastern Michigan Baseball was swept in a four-game series against Marshall in Huntington, W. Va. at the Kennedy Center on March 9-10. The series consisted of two doubleheaders, something that the Eagles have struggled with all season. They have not won a double header game yet, losing all nine this year.
In the final game of the regular season, Eastern Michigan ran into a roadblock on the road to the Mid-American Conference Tournament, losing 64-58 to conference rival Toledo at Savage Arena March 8.
The first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament kicks off on March 11 at the Convocation Center as Eastern Michigan hosts Ball State.
The Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team defeated the Ball State Cardinals 67-57 on the road at Worthen Arena Saturday, March 10, during the final game of the regular season for both teams.
Danielle Minott scored the winning layup for Eastern Michigan with 2.6 seconds left in the fourth quarter, leading to a 61-59 victory over Akron at James A. Rhodes Arena on Monday, March 11. The Eagles move on to the quarterfinals round of the MAC Tournament to play Central Michigan in Cleveland on March 13 at noon.
Eastern Michigan University Theatre continues its Second Stage Series with their production of “Songs Unsung: a Musical Revue,” set to open in Sponberg Theatre and run March 15 through March 17.