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The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team dropped their most recent outing on the road against rival Central Michigan University, 71-61, inside of McGuirk Arena in Mount Pleasant on Jan. 26. Redshirt senior Danielle Minott led Eastern Michigan with 21 points.
Redshirt senior Elijah Minnie’s 29 points help the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team to a resounding 93-67 conference victory over Western Michigan University Saturday in Kalamazoo, Mich.
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 Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team outlasted Bowling Green 81-74 on Wednesday night. The win propelled the Eagles to 3-3 in conference play and 10-7 overall.
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On Jan. 19 and 20, video clips emerged showing a Native American man, identified as Nathan Phillips, and a group of high school boys wearing “Make America Great Again” gear involved in a confrontation in Washington D.C.
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.
Ypsilanti is home to many hidden talents, especially in regards to music as artists similar to Polo Frost are steadily breaking ground in the music industry. Alongside Neisha Neshae, Fowl and King Jazzy, Frost took to the Convocation Center stage Friday, Jan. 18 to open for hip-hop sensation Juice WRLD.
“‘We the people’ is referring to the people of the United States,” said EMU alumnus Kenneth Dobson. “However, there was a problem…‘We the people’ did not include all rights for all men, all rights for all women, all rights for all minorities, nor did it include all the rights for people with a lower income. These are the type of people Dr. Martin Luther King stood up for.”
This 18th annual instance of the celebration consisted of student-written poems presented in the form of a series of skits. Each scene pertained to a different social justice issue. The night also featured guest performances from the EMU Gospel Choir, a dance performance from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and an African drum group. The event, held as part of the university’s weeklong celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, was highly anticipated by both audience members and performers alike.
EMU celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with the Gospel Fest event at Pease Auditorium. It was the fifth out of 12 events that was taken place on campus honoring Dr. King. The event was opened to the public.
About 51 years ago on April 4, 1968, America lost a great influencer, Baptist minister and social activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Universal’s release of “Glass” is the highly anticipated third film in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” franchise, starring Bruce Willis, James McAvoy and Samuel L. Jackson.