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The new academic year is in full swing and it started with a three-day orientation for incoming EMU students. As a student who went through First Four as a freshman and through First Three as an NSOA (New Student Orientation Assistant) leading into my junior and senior years, I would argue that it is among the best EMU programs and has made a positive impact on countless first-year students and student leaders.
In last week’s third Democratic primary debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren suggested that the reason America doesn’t have universal background checks or a ban on assault weapons is because of the Senate filibuster. Warren has been arguing since April that the time-honored Senate mechanism should be disregarded in order to pass sweeping reforms like Medicare for All and the Green New Deal.
With all the medical advancements we’ve made, simple methods end up not being considered. I struggled with acne, and I was desperate to clear my face. Out of all the different treatments, cutting dairy was what helped my acne.
On August 27, the Ypsilanti City Council voted in favor of a resolution that allows for only the city, state and national flags to be flown within its council chamber. This meant that the gay pride and Black Lives Matter flags flying within the chamber were removed, causing quite a bit of controversy. However, while I and many others support what both flags stand for, voters must put pressure on elected officials to support these two movements not just by displaying their symbols but also by supporting a clear policy agenda that will benefit both communities.
Earlier this month, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer authorized the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to file a regulation preventing the online and retail sale of flavored e-cigarettes, making Michigan the first state to do so.
With the influence of pop culture and social media, mental illness is being romanticized and viewed more as a trend than as serious health conditions.
One of the most important parts of college is making new connections and relationships with the people around you. EMU’s First Three orientation allows incoming freshmen to get a head start on meeting people and becoming comfortable with their new surroundings. The orientation process is crucial in starting your time here.
Repost from @entertainmentweekly: You’ll float too. ?Get an exclusive look at ‘IT Chapter Two’ in our special #ComicCon bonus issue, distributed throughout the weekend in San Diego (link in bio). Plus, things aren’t always what they seem. ? Swipe ? to get the full picture. #ITMovie #SDCC ?: Brooke Palmer/Shutterstock/Warner Bros.; Story by @ClarkCollis
One chance to reconstruct the timeline. Blumhouse, the producers of Get Out bring you #DontLetGo, only in theatres August 30.
NORMAN FUCKING ROCKWELL out August 30th Made with @jackantonoff @sharp_stick #ricknowels #zachdawes #andrewwatt Photo by @yourgirlchuck w #dukenicholson ?
The Democrats have a long record of losing to Republicans in, what at the time was viewed as, easily winnable elections. In 2010, just two years after the landslide victory of Obama and the Democrats, the Republicans gained 63 house seats. In 2014, two years after Obama’s comfortable reelection victory, the Republicans again gained 13 house seats and nine senate seats. None of these flops, however, could ever top Hillary Clinton losing Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania to Donald Trump in 2016.
As school is starting up again, we are noticing year after year something in us is changing, we’re scared. Whether it be the fear of what someone keeps hidden in their back pack, the fear to walk home from class alone or the fear of what could happen if you go to a party; we’re scared.
As we prepare for our own university classes to begin post-Labor Day, K-12 schools statewide are bypassing the law mandating the late start to the school year via a waiver from the Michigan Department of Education.
Since first stepping foot firmly on campus in August 2015, I have had the opportunity to view this institution through a lens that few are given the chance. I’ve watched administrators, staff, faculty and students struggle to grasp what higher education, especially at the undergraduate level, looks like within the second decade of the 21st century. It is certain that the experiences I have had over the last several years are unique to a handful of alumni, and I find it difficult to explain much of how Eastern Michigan University works to those on the outside, let alone those who work on the inside.
Check out the new poster for Dora and the Lost City of Gold! ? Grab your familia y amigos when it hits theatres August 9. #DoraMovie Watch the new trailer now at the link in bio!
Meet the Jangly Man. #ScaryStoriesMovie
They run this neighborhood now. Don’t miss @melissamccarthy, @tiffanyhaddish, and @elisabethmossofficial in #TheKitchenMovie, only in theaters August 9.
Climate change and its effects are proving to be more and more real everyday. Our sea levels are rising, our ice caps are melting, our temperatures are sky-rocketing and our planet is dying. We need to stop turning a blind eye and begin taking this issue seriously in the short window of time we have left to fix it.
In a time of social media and political chaos, more and more celebrities seem to be using their platform to take a stance. This has created differing opinions: should this be a tactic for politicians to gain support, or should the celebrities stick to what they know?
The humanity of the situation is often forgotten when discussing the immigration crisis. When President Trump tries to stoke fear through incorrect claims regarding migrant caravans, lost jobs, or drugs and crime, it is forgotten that these are human beings whose lives have been filled with such adversity that they are willing to do whatever it takes to get even a slight opportunity at a better life.