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"M*A*S*H", 35 Years After the Final Bugout, Still Going Strong

(02/04/18 8:21pm)

On February 28 th , 1983, over 100 million viewers tuned in to the two-hour finale of M*A*S*H, making it one of the most simultaneously viewed series finales in American History. With so many people watching the Goodbye, Farewell and Amen at the same time, it is joked that New York sewer system could not handle that many people all flushing during the commercials.








Train like an Alpha

(01/28/18 10:41pm)

Eastern Michigan University held another step show, but this time it was a bit different. The Train like an Alpha premiere show was Wednesday Jan. 24, in the student center auditorium, where the women of Eastern Michigan University got to train how to step like the members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated. 









EMU student Marawan Saadeldin talks on travel from Egypt

(01/27/18 4:01pm)

Eastern Michigan University’s newest ad campaign “You Are Welcome Here” shows that the university is proud to be a second home to many of the international students who decided to come to the United States and study there. One of the many international students that the university is host to is Marawan Saadeldin, an urban planning major and GIS minor from Alexandria, Egypt. Saadeldin first came to America as a child, but traveled between it and Egypt throughout his teenage years.


Review: The Post explores the question “Who does the Press work for?”

(01/21/18 7:30pm)

Director Steven Spielberg brings to question the nature and integrity of Journalism of the 1970’s in his movie “The Post” starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep. This Golden Globe Nominated Drama explores the fine line between espionage and freedom of the Press when dealing with a massive government cover up spanning several  presidents, in pre- Watergate America.


5 Ways to Unwind from School

(01/21/18 7:15pm)

As college students, we have a lot of responsibilities and sometimes get overwhelmed. If you stay on campus, you might need a new scenery outside the four small walls of your room. Go on an adventure to unwind from school troubles, play music, and hang with friends. Don’t let school take over your mind! We can get a great education without letting it consume us and drive us crazy.


Our Voices Workshops Help Women Express Troubles in Safe Environment

(01/21/18 6:24pm)

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) held their Our Voices Writing Workshop this past Thursday, Jan 18. This was the second workshop out of three they will be having, before their final performance where women students can give speeches, poems, and anything they’d like, to express their struggles. The next Workshop will be held on Monday, Jan. 22, from 6-8pm in the Student Center room 302. The final workshop before the finale performance will be on Jan. 24, at 6-8pm in room 360.