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Eastern Michigan dropped their first conference game of the season at Central Michigan by a score of 42-16. In the loss, Mike Glass III threw for 193 yards, one touchdown and one interception. The Eagles leading rusher was Willie Parker, who finished the game with just 43 yards on eight carries. Central Michigan's leading rusher, Jonathan Ward, totaled 132 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. Despite the loss, the Eagles remain positive.
Xzania was faced with a big decision: either let people die or accept that she’s the only one who has the power to defeat a new monster, the mighty Indwa. She soon finds out that just accepting the power doesn’t guarantee victory against the Indwa.
#JokerMovie in theaters October 4. Tickets are now available at link in bio.
time to stand up to a very large bully.
The annual Latin Night celebration took place Oct. 3 at the McKenny Ballroom. Latin Night was put on by the Latinx Student Association (LSA) and sponsored by the Center of Race & Ethnicity.
A test is bad enough, but dealing with villains at random times of the day doesn’t help me with any time management!
We all know what September’s true importance is... It means Halloween is next!
Another mystery for our young troops: a stolen trophy!
Dr. Sphere’s master plan to hide his secret base under the ocean has a few leaks...
Meet Jadaza: senior, hair stylist and Toonz’s best friend.
Protect Life at EMU, a campus organization “committed to engaging the EMU campus in the Pro-Life cause,” put out its annual “Cemetery of the Innocent” display in the grassy area adjacent to Pray-Harrold last Tuesday, Oct. 1.
This is a continuance of my time as a student leader in Student Government at Eastern Michigan University, where I discuss my opinion and insight from an outsider’s perspective. The first part can be found here.
When it comes to guns in America, the State of Michigan is no stranger. Since 2017, over 11,000 deaths have been related to firearms. There are 993,026 Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPL) holders out of a million in the state of Michigan as of April 2018.
EMU’s College of Engineering and Technology hosted 150 Plymouth-Canton high school students for the national Manufacturing Day, which was Oct. 4. This day is dedicated to correcting misconceptions about modern-day manufacturing.This will be EMU’s third year holding such an event.
Eastern Michigan fell to Central Michigan by a final score of 42-16 in their first conference game of the season, falling to a record of 3-2. Central Michigan ran away with the win behind a strong performance from star running back Jonathan Ward. The Eagles struggled to contain Ward all game long. He ended up with 132 yards rushing for two touchdowns as well as 73 yards receiving and another score.
The pressure put on kids to go straight to college after high school is unfair. Education is important but there are more ways than just earning a degree to lead a successful life after high school.
WonderFool Productions, a non-profit arts organization working with the Ann Arbor community to produce events, has teamed up with the Ypsilanti community to produce the fourth annual YpsiGLOW which will take place on Oct. 25 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on N. Washington Street between Pearl Street and Michigan Avenue. The event is free and for all ages.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, pediatrician, professor and public health advocate whose research exposed the Flint water crisis, held a lecture, Q & A and book signing for her book What the Eyes Don't See on Thursday, Oct. 4 at EMU’s Student Center. The 2018 book was named one of the 100 most notable books of the year by The New York Times. Over 400 students attended the event.
After 46 years of business, the Rutherford Pool bathhouse will undergo a major renovation at the end of the year that will include plumbing and electrical upgrades as well as adding gender neutral and family changing rooms.
Fact that cats are just like water... They have no solid shape.