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Guest opinions column

(03/28/17 11:54pm)

On November 8, 2016 Americans went to the polls across the country to cast their ballot for the next President of the United States, since then disappointment, investigations and anxiety have followed. In a turn of events that not even famed TV social comedy South Park’s writers and producers could have imagined and with over two million people voting against him; An arcane system designed in 1789 to protect states with minimal population and prevent the election of unqualified farmers elected a multi-billionaire whose closest attempt at government experience is his meetings with city planning committees as President.






'The Doctor Is In' panel discussion provides insight on the doctoral pursuits of African-Americans

(03/27/17 6:40pm)

Veronica Konglim, EMU alum, remembers when she arrived in Detroit, Michigan on May 13, 2013. Her eyes swollen from crying during her flight from Cameroon, Africa -- leaving her 18-month old son behind. That was the last time she physically touched him. The pain of leaving her son to pursue higher education made her wonder if it is all worth it.