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Every Thursday, the Sisterhood Alliance presents Soul Speak in the Student Center from 2 to 3:30 pm in the Kiva Room. Soul Speak is a place for women in minorities to have a safe place to speak on day-to-day issues or have that necessary girl chat to ease their mind.This group is open to the public and completely free.
Windy whistling weather is upon us and students are saddling up with Starbucks coffee and putting on more layers than onions.
For a girl just starting out in the world of makeup, it can be quite confusing. The endless aisles of cosmetics can be daunting, and even stepping foot in a Sephora store can be bewildering if you don’t know what you're doing. Having previously been that confused girl trying to explore the world of cosmetics, I have now realized how easy and affordable makeup can actually be.
Now that winter seems to be in full effect, most of us don't want to leave our rooms but with the holidays coming up and breaks from classes it could be a good opportunity to cozy up to your loved one and spend some time together.
A production of the Tony-nominated musical, Tintypes will take place at the Quirk Theatre on November 21 and 22 at 7pm, November 23 at 2pm, December 4, 5, 6 at 7pm, and December 7 at 2pm. The musical will be accompanied by a live music ensemble, and the usual cast, normally made up of five members has been expanded to twelve.
Once On This Island is a tale bridging the gap between social classes, borrowing elements from classics like Romeo & Juliet and Hans Christian Anderson’s tale, “The Little Mermaid”. It is a musical set in the Caribbean, taking place in one act and based upon the novel “My Love, My Love;" or, The Peasant Girl” by Rosa Guy.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching many of us going home to celebrate with family and friends to bask in good food and cheer. Serving the traditional turkey with stuffing smothered in gravy is nice, but if you’re looking for some different ways to celebrate and give thanks this year, you've stumbled upon the right article, here are four things a family can do on Thanksgiving.Game Night: Put on your game face, and not the traditional football sense.
Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for all that life has to offer like family, friends, and of course, food.
“Tintypes,” a musical revue, opened Friday in Quirk Theatre. The show was originally conceived by Mary Kyte, with Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle.
Eastern Michigan University’s Jazz and Percussion Ensembles will be showcasing their best musicians with solo acts that are sure to impress the audience.
If you’re staying on campus over Thanksgiving break, you might have some concerns. Will you have enough to do?
Raised on American blues, James “Boo Boo” Davis is one of the remaining few musicians who learned to sing and play the blues first-hand while picking cotton in the Mississippi Delta.At 71 years of age, we still haven’t seen the last of Boo Boo Davis.Black and Tan Records dug up this lesser known bluesman and asked him to record a couple of his songs with only a harmonica and his voice.
Adjusting to campus life can be difficult, especially when you have to share a new living space with someone else.
Moving out of your parent’s house can be a huge change for any college student, and whether you are moving to a dorm on campus or an apartment of your own these are some important things to know.Manage your money: Keeping track of your spending is a very important aspect of living by yourself.
All of us are guilty of running into that time where we just don’t feel good about ourselves. We feel like we don’t understand what’s going on in our classes, none of our clothes seem to look good on us, our friends are always busy, and we don’t know what we are going to do with the rest of our lives.
As the weather gets colder the more students want to stay indoors and curl up under their favorite blanket.
The fourth and last of the Intersections series for the fall semester is approaching quickly. It will aspire to educate students about the everyday life of a Muslim woman.
Touching base with ideas society is far from well versed in, the last in a series of four events focused on women was aimed at starting the conversation on women living with Islam in their lives.The Women’s Resource Center and the Muslim Student Association came together on Monday, Dec.
Under dim lighting, a young, skinny kid in jeans and a sweater with a mop of chocolate curls walks onto the stage.
Gone are the days of the personal touch. Christmas, a holiday that should bring families together and induce acts of generosity, is often written off as a commercialized holiday, corrupted by capitalist America and “Buy Two, Get One Free!” posters hanging in storefront windows.