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Revamp your 2016 wardrobe on a budget

(01/27/16 8:16am)

Whether it’s layering up for the harsh winds or dressing down for those mild nights, Eastern Michigan University students have shown what it takes to survive Michigan’s changing seasons in style.With the New Year in full swing, many students may be looking to change up their wardrobe, but you don’t need to spend a whole lot of money in order to do it.Jasmine Pearson, senior, said that her best style advice is layers.











‘Anomalisa’ brings a haunting look of love and the human condition through puppetry

(02/03/16 9:13am)

This isn’t your typical animation feature. Rated R for graphic nudity, language and for having strong sexual content, screenwriter, Charlie Kaufman (“Synecdoche, New York”) returned to cinema with his stop-motion and Oscar nominated masterpiece, Anomalisa, to give us a taste of what it means to be human.Heavy, honest and downright odd, the film takes viewers on a surreal ride of love, loneliness and the philosophical questioning of existence of two very human puppets and their meeting at a hotel in Cincinnati.Directors Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman create a world of the monotone and the mundane by opening the film with the chatter of voices (Tom Noonan) that overlaps each other in a maddening and claustrophobic way.



VISION's first 'Community Conversations' speaks on Food Justice

(02/06/16 10:46pm)

EMU’s VISION Volunteer Center hosted their first “Community Conversations” this past week. This is the first in a serious of events they are planning.This “Community Conversations” focused on Food Justice, with four guest panelists eager to discuss this pressing topic and two Vision coordinators Kayleigh Crummey and Becca Timmermans who were passionate about leading this first session.The panelist represented a variety of areas that deal with Food Justice on a daily basis.


EMU Theatre to perform 'The Piano Lesson'

(02/06/16 11:42pm)

Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Department will continue their 2015-2016 main stage season with a one-week only performance of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize- winning play, “The Piano Lesson” opening this Wednesday in the Sponberg Theatre.“The Piano Lesson” is the fourth play in Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle, a collection of plays set in a different decade to reveal the African American experience in the 20th century. “The Piano Lesson” is a drama and comedy that takes place after the Great Depression in 1936 Pittsburg where a family heirloom, a piano with ornate carvings, becomes the center of an argument between siblings, Bernice and Boy Willie.


Encore Theatre presents 'Sondheim on Sondheim'

(02/07/16 12:47am)

Stephen Sondheim is widely regarded as the grandfather of musical theatre. His career as a composer and lyricist has spanned nearly seven decades and his shows are some of the most beloved in the musical theatre repertoire: Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods, A Little Night Music, Follies, Sunday in the Park with George and many more.But, among performers, his work is also known as some of the more difficult to perform and sing because of its unpredictability, density and complexity.


'Chesapeake' one-man show comes to The Yellow Barn

(02/10/16 8:08am)

One-person plays are rare and not many have received wide circulation or much acclaim. This may be due to one thing: no matter how good a play is, it will succeed or fail depending on the actors in it, and obviously, with a one-person show, all the responsibility falls on a single actor.This can be a tremendous amount of pressure; learning an unusually large number of lines, being onstage non-stop for sometimes two hours or more and perhaps most importantly, having no other actor to interact with and be supported by.