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Frontier Developments brings a lifelike, fleshed-out simulation experience to fans everywhere with Planet Zoo. The game features realistic gameplay and animal behaviors and takes a unique focus on the welfare of the animals themselves. The game is being hailed as the spiritual successor to Zoo Tycoon, the business simulator from the early 2000’s. Released on Nov. 5, the game has been met with high praise from its niche audience and beyond.
Petrifying, horrifying, fast-paced, time-freezing, surreal; There is not a single word to fully describe the experience of being in a car accident. With it being the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., it is no surprise that anyone who has survived one isn’t quite the same afterwards. After mentally accepting what happened, which takes more time than anticipated, you are bombarded with the question that has no definite answer — What the hell do I do now?
The alien hero, Pale-Spider, pulls back the curtain on how he hides his arachnid powers from the world!
On the coldest game of the year for Eastern Michigan, the Eagles’ running game was nothing but hot. Eastern Michigan football got back in the win column after two consecutive losses, topping Akron 42-14.
Eastern Michigan men’s basketball head coach Rob Murphy, who just started his ninth season with the Eagles, released his first book over the summer. The book, “DEEP” is Murphy’s lifelong story through his eyes. Murphy discusses growing up in Detroit, getting his “dream job” at Syracuse University, learning life lessons through basketball and much more.
It was announced Monday, Nov. 11, that GameAbove, an Eastern Michigan University alumni group, would be donating $3.5 million to faculty initiatives and development along with student needs. In their donation, GameAbove gifted $2 million to the "Game Above, Faculty First" initiative and $1.5 million to a second initiative under the name of "Students Matter Most.” This lump-sum gift is the group's first donation to the university with the group having a long term vision to, "sustain and enhance the high-achieving uniqueness that is EMU," according to GameAbove Spokesperson, Denis Wolcott.
The Player of the Game is... @TyGroce❗️ Groce led the team with 19 points for a new career-high. #EverythingMatters | #EMUEagles pic.twitter.com/u7uNNvDP8r
Members of the Business and Finance Committee voted on Resolution 106-10 during the meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
The Business and Finance Committee started their Nov. 12 meeting with a budget of $34,889.66 for student organizations and a budget of $31,979.75 for club sports.
The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team (1-0) will play its second game of the year versus the Goshen Maple Leafs (3-3) at the Convocation Center Nov. 12. Eastern Michigan defeated Goshen 97-74 last season.
Classes have have been cancelled Tuesday, Nov. 12, for Ypsilanti Community Schools and the Early College Alliance @ EMU as of 12 a.m. A winter weather advisory was in effect until Tuesday at 12:00 a.m.
Eastern Michigan University’s Native American Student Organization (NASO) and Center of Race & Ethnicity (CORE) teamed up to host their Native Women: Beyond Statistics presentation Nov. 12.
The epic showdown of good versus evil has begun! Will our intrepid hero A.C. stop the villainous plot of Dr. Sphere? Read on to find out!
The Eastern Michigan women’s soccer team lost in the MAC Tournament championship game on Sunday, Nov. 10 versus Bowling Green at Cochrane Stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Eastern Michigan football players have earned multiple MAC Player of the Week awards in 2019. And two more players have a chance to receive further recognition. Hassan Beydoun and Jake Julien were nominated for the Burlsworth Trophy and the Ray Guy Award watch lists, respectively.
When you are running low on crime fighting tools, you have to make something new out of the scraps!
Many years ago, when Dr. Sphere was training himself to be the world’s most vile villain, he found his way to a mentor on a distant planet...
Even professors need a little moral boost!
Our band of sleuths are faced with a brand new mystery: the identity of the substitute teacher!
Some kids just like to be Team Rocket.