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Charlie Belle, an alternative/indie pop group from Austin, Texas, is one to watch in 2015. Having released their debut EP “Get To Know” this January, the young band showcases a cute, catchy style that embodies a summer of adolescence.The band is made up of Jendayi Bonds on guitar, her brother Gyasi Bonds on drums, and Lola Carroll on bass.
Eastern Michigan Universities Natural Authentic Passionate Stylish student organization held a textured hair workshop Wednesday night in the Student Center.NAPS members gave 3 presentations on how to promote healthy hair and hair growth to 30 students.Senior Alexandrya Bardell, majoring in math, said that it is important for people to know how to fix their natural hair and take care of it because influences like the media can make them feel like they have to change.“It’s really detrimental to self image, self worth, and just the value of who you are as a person,” she said.
Bill Murray’s classic reaction in the film Groundhog Day becomes drained when he realizes that he’s being forced to relive the same bad day every day when he awakens.
Student debt. Two of the scariest, worst, and most dreadful words that any college student has ever heard, especially when they are solely responsible for it.Paying for school on your own is not an easy task, but it is something that many college students have to face.
What happens when you’ve made that one great friend but said friend lives farther away from you than you thought?
As Eastern Michigan University senior, Crystal Minor, sat at her table of hand-crafted jewelry, fancy business cards, and a large portfolio book, she awaited to see what business representative would approach her next and question her about her passion for accessories and design.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and when thinking about this heavy term of “sexual assault” people often do not realize all of the things it encompasses.
Common proved himself to be a master of poetry Friday night at the University of Michigan’s Hill Auditorium.MUSIC Matters, a student organization at U-M, held the concert as the final event in its three-part year-end festival.Jibran Ahmed, MUSIC Matters vice president, said Common’s message aligns with that of his organization.“The hope was that by bringing in Common, [it would] really allow us to engage with an artist who is so involved philanthropically,” Ahmed said.Common gave an energized performance while he tried to empower the crowd.
Whether or not you are taking classes this spring/summer semester, just hearing those two “S” words bring you feelings of freedom and joy.
Whether it’s to save up for school, put some extra money in your pocket, or go on a relaxing vacation with friends, now is a great time to start searching for that perfect summer job.
Student organizations make up a large part of the EMU community and recently one of them has ended up in a tough spot.EMU’s Judo Club is one of the athletic clubs at EMU and has recently been subject to the potential loss of its practice space in Warner Building, Gym C.
If you are looking for research funding opportunities then attending a workshop may be beneficial.
Studying fashion in a city that isn’t considered a fashion capital is hard to do. When your major isn’t taken seriously and there aren’t as many options of companies to work for what do you do?
Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre will be presenting Jonathan Graham’s “The Boy Who Loved Monsters and the Girl Who Loved Peas” at the Sponberg Theatre from May 29 to May 30 and June 5 to June 6 at 7 p.m.
Now on view through Tuesday May 19th in the Ford Gallery from 10 AM-5PM, EMU presents the Regional High School Art Exhibition, “Dangerous Minds.” The exhibition is representational of the current direction, mindset and techniques of young artists today.
Ann Arbor is a very diverse area with a variety of different things to do.
Graduating college is extremely exciting, however after graduation is over many people experience an "oh crap, what now" moment. According to the results of McGraw-Hill Education's annual student workforce readiness survey, only one in five college students say they feel "very prepared" to join the workforce.“While Eastern’s academics have prepared me for continuing a higher education, I have been unable to find a class capable of soliciting real world experience,” said Iris Vincent, an Eastern Michigan University senior literature major.While 45 percent of the roughly 1,000 survey respondents said they feel "somewhat prepared" to begin a career after college, slightly more than half said they did not learn how to write a résumé and 56 percent said they did learn how to conduct themselves in a job interview.
Al Madrigal, stand-up comedian and correspondent on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” will perform at Progress Michigan’s 'Stand Up For Progress' fundraiser at 7:30 p.m., June 3, at the Rackham Graduate School Auditorium, 915 East Washington St.Madrigal works as the Senior Latino Correspondent for The Daily Show.
“I wish I had a monster that would eat my whole family so we could go on adventures instead of going to bed,” said Evan, Act 1, played by Jake Daily.On Friday, May 29, Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre put on an original and hilarious play called “The Boy Who Loved Monsters and the Girl Who Loved Peas” at the Sponberg Theater on EMU’s campus.
On Saturday, May 30, Pease Auditorium featured Carol lei Breckenridge on a five-octave Clavichord performance at 4 p.m.