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We all have busy schedules nowadays and what is a better way than to make an old fashioned to do list? Sure, we can have Siri make us reminders and Alexa can add things to our grocery lists, but sometimes writing our tasks down can really benefit us in more ways than you’d expect. Researchers at Princeton claim writing it down will help you remember it. This can be especially helpful if you're taking summer courses. Here’s a few great ways to get motivated!
On June 1, the city of Ypsilanti kicked off it's LBGTQ+ Pride month with the second Annual Ypsi Pride community celebration. Part of the first Friday is a series of events to draw members from LBGT+ community with local businesses around downtown Ypsilanti.
Summer is the perfect time to get out of the house with friends for a night on the town. Here are five popular events happening soon in the local metro-Detroit area.
Michigan has a lot to offer and one of the most popular summer treats is the festivals. Recently we found a whole list of them online, ironically named ohiofestivals.net, but it lists all the festivals happening in Michigan this summer. In this article we’ve picked a few from the list you may want to check out!
Here is a list of many exciting and fun activities to enjoy in Michigan! Take advantage of the nice spring and summer weather with these adventures!
After a rally where student athletes and alumni protested the cut of four sports, arguments continued into the scheduled Board of Regents meeting Friday, April 20.
In a continued effort to urge the reversal of Eastern Michigan University’s decision to cut four sports from their athletic program, students, staff and alumni gathered outside Welch Hall in protest Friday, April 20.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered outside Eastern Michigan University’s convocation center Monday, April 16 in a rally against the recent cut of four sports.
Sunday, April 8
“Just deal with it.”
Americans consume unhealthy amounts of fat in their regular diets. This may not be true for every one of us but a majority of Americans do not live a healthy life style or pay attention to what they put in their body. This can cause more than just weight gain. It can lead to major liver and heart problems, as well as stomach and digestive issues. These five foods will help any cook stay a little more on the health conscious side.
“In the fall of 2018, greatness is coming from Phoenix. From the ashes rises greatness and greatness's name is Phoenix," said Daryl Shahid, Founder and Chairman of Phoenix at its final event for the current school year, The Grammys.
Friday, March 30 brought distress, dread and despair to viewers as the second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events became available to watch on Netflix. Taking a more gothic approach on children’s television the show follows the David Handler (Lemony Snicket) children’s series of the same name.
On Tuesday April 3, Eastern Michigan University students sought to learn more about the sixth planet in our solar system, Saturn, in EMU’S planetarium located in the Science Complex. Lead by associate professor Thomas Kasper, participants sat back under the dome of the planetarium and took a journey to Saturn, its rings and its many moons.
Sunday, April 1
When it comes to parties and events at EMU, nothing can top the house show. There’s something magical about walking into a stranger’s dimly lit, poster covered basement to hear some trippy indie or punk music from a local garage band. While house shows with local live music from Ypsi and Ann Arbor seem to be on the decline in recent years, things might soon be looking up for the scene.