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Kid Rock took the stage at the Little Caesars Arena grand opening, Tuesday, Sept. 12. The decision to have Kid Rock was controversial because of his recent comments about the confederate flag and his ambitions to take on Senator Debbie Stabenow and become Michigan’s new Senator. What would a “Kid Rock for Senate Campaign” look like?
The Eastern Michigan University football team (2-0, 0-0) notched their biggest regular season win in 126 seasons of football Saturday, Sept. 9, as they defeated the Scarlet Knights from Rutgers University (0-2, 0-0) 16-13 in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer headed into Scicluna Field, Sunday, Sept. 10, for a matchup against the Oakland University Grizzlies, The Eagles snagged a goal in the first overtime period to secure a 1-0 victory. This win pushed the Eagles to a 2-0-1 record at home and a 3-3-1 record altogether for the season.
Eastern Michigan University’s public broadcasting service, WEMU held its annual pledge drive to raise money for continued operation on Wednesday, Sep. 13 and Thursday, Sep. 14 at King Hall’s Studio A.
Students from Eastern Michigan University’s Honors College gathered in downtown Ypsilanti to help with the development of Growing Hope’s new indoor community building Friday, Sept. 15.
The Canton Township Police Department shut down the eighth annual Eastern Michigan University Ice Breaker, “Issa Ice Breaker,” Friday, Sept. 8, at 11:30 p.m. at the Golden Gate Banquet Hall in Canton, Michigan with no explanation.
A disagreement among Eastern Michigan University students broke out around 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, over the content painted on the school’s freedom walls and kiosk.
Time has passed since President Trump first tweeted about banning transgender Americans from serving in the military. At the time, it was a distraction from his failed attempt to replace “Obamacare.” Ann Coulter, well-known conservative political commentator, had a different take on the tweets.
Photo Credit: Cody Martell/University Marketing
Life does not come with an instruction manual, but there are people out there that graciously pass their wisdom to others. Lilly Singh is one of those people and with the help of her book “How to Be a Bawse,” her stories will inspire and motivate to help be successful in not only changing your mindset and productivity, but also opening a new viewpoint on how to strategically get where you want to be in life. The chapters within this book are short yet engaging -- for even the busiest of college students.
Have you ever told somebody that you go school in Ypsilanti and they try to cut you down by saying, “Oh, Ann Arbor’s little sister,” as if it was some sort of insult?
As a freshman in college, you’ve already been told many different ideas of what it’s supposed to be like. I remember my parents, high school teachers and the average T-rated teen movies giving me all sorts of ideas. Many mild-mannered adults will tell you college is the time to focus entirely on education, to engage in numerous courses and soak up all that sweet, sweet knowledge with your endless supply of ramen noodles.
Freshman year of college is full of first-time experiences. The newfound freedom, the large size of campus and amount of students and opportunities to re-invent yourself are some of the basic changes you will experience. The purpose of this article, however, is to look at some things you might not have thought of. If you keep these eight things in mind, you will have a much better freshman year than most of your peers.
The Eastern Michigan University Eagles football team (1-0, 0-0) recorded their first win of the season Friday at Rynearson Stadium as they defeated the 49ers of University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 24-7.
Eastern Michigan University completed the first phase on the road to energy self-sufficiency Thursday, June 8, when a 500-ton crane lifted a new energy saving turbine into its heating plant.
Amid the humidity in the Strong Hall Atrium, it was all smiles and high fives.
"Well paid teachers, not stadium bleachers!"