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Eastern Michigan University offered first-year, high school, transfer, and graduate students a glimpse of what Eastern Michigan University has to offer toward their academic careers and what life would be like as an Eagle at the Explore Eastern Open House.
EMU held Explore Eastern Open House to give first-year, high school, transfer, and graduate students a glimpse of what Eastern Michigan University has to offer towards their academic careers and what life would be as an Eagle.
Eastern Michigan University’s Center for Multicultural Affairs presented “Smoke Signals”, a film based on the Sherman Alexei novel “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven”, on Thursday, Nov. 2 at Halle Library.
The Latinx Student Association (LSA) has been preparing for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration all month. It took 10 people to set up an hour before the event began on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. Around 85 students signed into the event. However, it appeared that more than one hundred students attended the event to enjoy the night’s festivities. Students came in for various reasons including EMU’s Edge program, study table hours, and fun.
Gubernatorial candidate Shri Thanedar visited Eastern Michigan University Monday, Nov. 6 for a town hall meeting in the student center, hosted by EMU College Democrats.
The Center for Multicultural Affairs and the Native American Student Organizations (NASO) held their Annual Fall Feast this past Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the Student Center.
Dr. LaShawn Harris, associate professor of history at Michigan State University, presented her lecture, “Madame Queen of Policy: Stephanie St. Clair, Harlem’s Numbers Racket, and Community Advocacy”, on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Halle Library.
Four students placed artistic displays around Pray Harrold as part of a collaborative project to promote recycling and sustainability on campus.
The Disney Company has continued its goal of inclusion of the LBGTQ+ community with the Disney Channel series, “Andi Mack” which airs on Fridays at 8 pm. The series is the first Disney show or movie to include an LBGTQ+ storyline. Over this season “Andi Mack” will explore an overlying story of one of main characters coming out as gay, Cyrus Goodman (Joshua Rush). The storyline holds very real emotions of coming out as part of the LBGTQ+ community, including the fear of telling people and feelings that you must hide it to fit in, shown through the eyes of character Cyrus Goodman. According to ABC News the subsequent episodes of the season will deal with Cyrus’s, “journey to self-acceptance as a gay person.”
The Student Center held a panel titled Ending the Stigma of Abortion Through Conversation, Friday the 10th from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All three of the women spoke from their own personal experiences with abortion. For the sake of their security they will all remain anonymous for this article. The only information disclosed was the ages they all are now and the ages they all were at the times they had their procedures.
Reported crimes on campus between Sunday, Nov. 5 and Saturday, Nov. 11.
As the harsh chill of winter approaches, many of us reach to our favorite lip balms for protection. But what if your lip products were doing more harm that good? Nearly 85% of the top lip care brands, tested by Reviews.com, contained harmful ingredients. So, how do you know if your favorites measure up to the competition? What else can you do to protect your pucker?
I sat down to chat with a student, Abigail Snyder, who had previously mentioned she considers herself a “big C” Christian, “little b” Baptist. I was interested in speaking with Abigail because I would like to hear about the Baptist perspective from a practicing, well-informed believer. Abigail attends Bible study weekly at the Eastern Student Center, while balancing her school work at Eastern Michigan and attends church every Sunday.
The AMP! Student Organization presented their annual Java Jam event Wednesday, November 15th, at the Student Center's newly renovated Starbucks.
Candidate for Governor Gretchen Whitmer visited Eastern Michigan University Tuesday, Nov. 14 to meet with college students as part of her campaign.
Grab your yarn and knitting needles or crochet hook! With winter quickly approaching these fab five knitted or crochet gifts are perfect for this holiday season. With numerous free patterns on the internet these gifts will make perfect staples for your friends’ and families’ winter wardrobes. Whether you are just learning or an advanced learner there is something here for you to keep the ones you love warm this winter.
The clinical research administration graduate program at Eastern Michigan University’s College of Health and Human Services is the best was ranked No. 1 in the country, according to Health Management Degrees’ website.
Police reports from campus between Nov. 12 and Nov. 25.
It has long since been an American tradition to those classic rock lovers around the country to listen to “Alice’s Restaurant Massacre” by Arlo Guthrie on Thanksgiving Day.
What does it take to create an original song? This is the question Cultivate Coffee and Taphouse’s bi-weekly event Songwriter Sundays answers.