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The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team advanced to the semifinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament Wednesday afternoon behind Cha Sweeney’s 29 points – defeating the Ball State University Cardinals, 67-53, at the Quickens Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
It sounds almost apocalyptically dangerous: a hermit kingdom with nuclear capabilities threatening a “pre-emptive nuclear strike” and an “all-out offensive” against the United States and its allies. Yet the situation on the Korean Peninsula is far from unusual. It reoccurs annually, if not more often.
Four years after his even more impressive but nevertheless unsuccessful independent run in 1992, Texas billionaire and Reform Party founder Ross Perot won more than eight million votes in the 1996 presidential election. In 1998, the Reform Party won its most significant victory with the election of Jesse Ventura, described by CNN political analyst John Avlon as a “radical centrist,” as Governor of Minnesota.
The Eastern Michigan wrestling team placed eighth in the Mid-American Conference Championship and will tie a school record by sending four Eagles to the NCAA Championships in New York over the weekend at the Convocation Center.
When you're young, you have expectations that you and your best friend will always be together.
The Eastern Michigan University’s Michigan DECA will have their 70th Annual Career Development Conference, hosting 3,600 Michigan high school students from across the state at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit March 11-13, 2016. This conference is especially unique to high school marketing leaders because it is the only conference in Michigan that allows them to prepare for their careers in the field and network with leading professionals.
The EMU Gymnastics team will be hosting Central Michigan University and South East Missouri State at the Convocation Center, Thursday, March 10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be $5.
Thursday, March 3, 2016.
In some ways, getting a college degree is the easy part of building a career. Getting a job after getting the degree is a bit more challenging. That is what the Eastern Michigan University job fair is for. This university-sponsored fair will be in the EMU Convention Center, Friday, March 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Philosophy Series invited professor of philosophy Dr. Corinne M. Painter from Washtenaw Community College on March 7 to speak about the genuine liberation of non-human animals.
Members of Student Government listen to resolutions that were voted on at the Tuesday, March 8, regular meeting.
The Student Government Senate passed a resolution 17-0-0 to amend the Student Government Budget at its weekly meeting Tuesday evening in the Student Center.
The Eastern Michigan men's basketball team is returning to Cleveland after defeating the University of Toledo Rockets, 69-60, for the third time in a three week span Monday night in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
The Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team won its first round opener for the Mid-American Conference Tournament over Kent State University, 73-60, Monday night at the Convocation Center.
According to the CDC, the United States has the highest rate of teen pregnancy of all countries in the western world. This means that despite the fact that both world class education and contraceptives exist, the United States as a whole is unwilling to either make these accessible or take advantage of the resources it has access to. This can be due to economic or religious reasons, but at the end of the day the facts still stand: the United States has more teenage girls who are pregnant every single year than any other westernized country in the entire world.
As students, we’re all aware that our school has a credit hour restriction. For underclassmen, the restriction is 19 credit hours. For upperclassmen, the restriction is 20 credit hours. While we’re not sure exactly how many credit hours the standard is, the cost of attendance for students is budgeted with thirteen credit hours every semester in mind for each student. This is probably four three-credit classes and one one-credit class. However, many students on campus have never taken just the minimum number of classes and will possibly take at least 15 credit hours each semester. Since starting my time at Eastern, I have never taken fewer than 18 credit hours. I am currently taking 20 credit hours. As a sophomore here, it was challenging for me to be able to register for 20 credit hours. The only reason I was able to do so was because I had done well the previous semester and someone in the office of records and registration was able to see that and allowed me to take an extra credit. Looking at this situation, we should not have credit hour restrictions.
As a part of Eastern Michigan University’s Theatre Second Stage series, planting its seeds in the Sponberg Theater this weekend is the production of Jose Cruz Gobzalez’s magical allegory Lily Plants a Garden.
It was a tough end of the night for the Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team as it recorded its worst beam score of the season, having to count two falls while losing to Kent State University, 195.025-194.025, Friday night in Kent, Ohio.
Carly Thibault has never considered another career.
The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team completed its regular season sweep of Toledo, ruining senior night, with a 79-75 victory in Toledo, Ohio Friday afternoon.