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'Little Shop of Horrors' exceeds expectations

(10/28/15 4:27am)

In my three years at EMU, I’ve seen some wonderful theatre. But, the current main stage production, “Little Shop of Horrors,” is the best show I’ve seen here, hands down.Júlia Miyahara, a freshman majoring in international affairs, said, “I really like this musical, because it touches on a lot of real-life issues like poverty and domestic violence... I had very high expectations for this production, and it exceeded them by a lot.”The show is somewhat paradoxical – on one hand, it’s a frothy, entertaining and stylized show with catchy Motown music, while on the other, it’s a dark, grim, sometimes scary look at the lengths people will go to in order to get what they want.

Student Government holds regular committee meetings

(10/28/15 7:40am)

The Business and Finance Committee passed 10 student organization and club sport allocations at its regular meeting Tuesday night in the Student Center.They are as follows: The International Student Association was granted two allocations of $1,042.87 and $551.46 to hold two events.Professionals in Sports and Fitness Leadership received an allocation of $1,822.78 to hold group fitness sessions.The Psychology Club was allocated $554.38 to hold a fundraiser.The Muslim Student Association was granted an allocation of $846 to hold a dinner.Men’s Club Volleyball received an allocation of $350 for game registration fees.The Indian Student Association was allocated $1,217 to hold an event.Beta Alpha Psi was granted an allocation of $1,000 to hold a banquet.You Beautiful Black Women received an allocation of $517.95 to hold a workshop.Kingdom Come was allocated $535.65 to hold an event.The Public Affairs Committee discussed a Drag Show it hopes to hold in the winter semester.Academic and Student Affairs continued plans for Club Halle.