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The 2020 election cycle is off to a noisy start as the Democratic presidential primary field keeps growing. Depending on the criteria used, there are as many as 22 major candidates already running. With so many people running, some people keep asking, “who isn’t running?”
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. The album. Available everywhere Friday.
Women are watching their rights disappear as more and more states are proposing and passing anti-abortion laws.
I had been involved with College Democrats at Eastern Michigan University since 2017, where I served on the E-board, gained access to two formative political campaigns and developed my skills as a campus leader. The organization, however, became exactly what I despised about campus politics and ideology-based organizations: toxic and monolithic.
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At a CNN presidential town hall on Monday, April 22, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders argued that American citizens behind bars should be able to cast a ballot.
For years, people have discussed how the Night King in “Game of Thrones” and his White Walkers might end up on the throne. At first, it seemed like a far-fetched theory, but as “The Long Night” continued, it seemed more and more evident that the theory may have not been far-fetched after all.
For the past week, the first episode of Game of Thrones dominated the cultural conversation. The first episode was a solid re-entry into the world of Westeros. The anticipation for the second episode was still high.
On Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 9:00 p.m., I experienced a moment I had been waiting for after almost two full years. It was the Game of Thrones premiere. The premiere is especially meaningful this year because it is the final season of Game of Thrones. Much of the audience, including myself, have followed these characters for years. It’s going to be hard to say goodbye.
The Democratic Party is set to have a historic primary season with 18 major candidates already announcing their run for president. The party has also amassed the most diverse primary field in history with more women and minority candidates than ever before.
Last year was a prominent year for showcasing diversity on the big screen. Movies like “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” not only broke records at the box office but are also critically acclaimed for breaking racial barriers on the big screen.
In December 2017, Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents approved a 35-year contract with LAZ Parking, officially privatizing campus parking. The decision, which resulted in a one-time $55 million payment to the university, resulted in a major increase in parking citations.
After enacting recent LGBTQ laws, which include punishments such as whipping and stoning to death, people have begun to boycott business in Brunei.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order on March 28 that nullifies approved construction of a tunnel encased oil pipeline underneath the Straits of Mackinac. Once completed in seven to ten years, Enbridge’s Line 5 oil pipeline would be decommissioned.
When friends, family and other playgoers gathered in Quirk Theatre Friday night, there was the anticipation of a great opening night in the air, a held breath and hope for an entertaining rendition of one of Shakespeare’s works.
After multiple 100 million single views on YouTube and critically praised EPs, the wait is over for 17-year old pop star Billie Eilish’s debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go.”
Through the power of social media, it seems like more and more dirt can get dug up on celebrities, especially when it comes to a dark history of sexual assault. No matter how loved they are and praised as artists, some secrets are inexcusable.
With the 2018-19 NBA season heading into the postseason, it is a surprise that it will not be featuring NBA superstar LeBron James. This is the first time James won’t be in the playoffs since 2005. How does this affect his legacy as potentially the greatest basketball player ever?