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Mark Twain put it best when he was quoted as saying, “Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.” His words emphasize just how powerful personal communiqué is against technology’s inability to properly convey our own complex sentiments and passions.
In 1989, Michelle Rowan moved from her home state of Jalisco, Mexico to Ypsilanti, Michigan in search of her piece of the American dream.
I’m glad Snoop is back to using the “Dogg” in his name again.
Unique reading experiences are something I am constantly looking for.
“Ideas worth spreading,” is the catchphrase of the TED (Technology, Engineering, Design) conference series.
You know what’s cool about new relationships? Absolutely freaking everything. All the chemicals in your brain conspire to make you stupidly happy and you get weird butterflies doing somersaults in your belly and so on and so forth. In those first few weeks, you get to know so much about this other person, and if you’ve ever dated two or more people throughout your life, you’d know that every boyfriend or girlfriend you date has a different approach to making you happy (or I guess unhappy in some cases).
“If you like your health insurance, you can keep it,” President Barack Obama said in 2009 and 2010 as he advocated for the passage of health care reform.
I love Halloween. Not so much for the costumes, but for the candy, the Devil’s Night pranks and in anticipation of what the girls’ costumes will look like. Who doesn’t love curling up with some apple cider with a splash of vodka, and watching “Friday the 13th”? The energy is really dope though and it has me thinking of some great horror themed hip-hip songs. So here we go, without further ado, my top 10 hip-hop songs for Halloween.
If a woman wants to dress provocatively for Halloween, she can choose anything from a police officer to a sexy Disney Princess, but now, she can even dress as an eating disorder.
With all of the disposable rubbish that comes out of Hollywood, it’s a breath of fresh air when a good movie is released. It’s so unfortunate that the film industry has had the stink of the comic book genre linger on the business for years now. It would seem that a lot of the movies that get greenlit nowadays are the results of overeducated agents, ne’er-do-well producers and excessive cocaine use. But all of those bad feelings were purged upon one screening of “The Counselor.”
“Phantom Lady” by Cornell Woolrich is a murder mystery full of suspense, horror and psychological twists and turns. The novel follows the story of Scott Henderson, who has been accused and convicted of murdering his wife. The problem with this is that he didn’t do it. Henderson now has to convince the authorities, his friends and his mistress that he is innocent with a looming execution date hanging over his head.
Halloween is a time for expressing yourself, dressing up and having fun. This year, many college students aren’t shying away from wearing costumes that will get their peers talking. But because of this, colleges have something new to be concerned about.
There is an epidemic spreading across America today. It has lead to senseless killings and fear mongering in ways that would keep George Orwell up at night cowering beneath his bed sheets.
What can we do in a democracy with the “1 percent,” or aristocracy? How can we preserve the values of freedom and equality when those with power and money are insensitive to others’ needs and bent on reducing everyone else to poverty?
The other day I talked over the city of Ypsilanti’s financial troubles with a classmate who said the city should simply declare bankruptcy like the city of Detroit.
Imagine having no identity – no sense of self, gender, race or even a name. In David Levithan’s novel “Every Day” that’s what the main character, simply known as A, has to experience. Every day of A’s life is lived differently, in somebody else’s body.
Just a 15-minute walk from Eastern Michigan University’s campus on Michigan Avenue is B-24’s Espresso Bar. If it’s too cold to spend 15 minutes walking, hop on the bus to the College of Business. B-24’s is across the street, and a quick stop to pick up a hot coffee or a sandwich.
The usual job of opinion columnists is to craft arguments that influence the views of our readers. We’re taught to always welcome readers who disagree with us because those are the folks whose minds we want to change. That’s usually how it goes. But not today.
Church is about fellowship with people in motion, not just the physical structure.
After my interview with Mayor Paul Schreiber of Ypsilanti, I’ve had to temper my enthusiasm over the city’s Master Plan.