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A young theater movement has given rise to many new theaters around Ypsilanti including Mix, Dreamland Theater and the newest member, The Neighborhood Theatre Group.On Friday, June 5, at 7:30 p.m., The Neighborhood Theatre Group will present a reading of Beaver’s Long Strange Trip at the Back Office Studio (BOS) located at 13 N.
One in seven people in Washtenaw County struggle with hunger. Food Gatherers, a local food bank and food rescue organization, has worked since 1988 to help remedy this situation.One of Food Gatherers’ biggest fund raising events is a summer picnic, Grillin’, which brings the community together to raise money for the organization.
A trip to Barcelona, Spain or Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is not in a college student’s budget. A trip to Barnes and Nobel, however, is.
The city of Dexter’s Encore Theatre has had a history of putting on enjoyable musical theatre for eight years now and its latest offering, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic, South Pacific, follows in that tradition.
The Broadway version of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr. will be performing at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Doogatron, a band based out of Ann Arbor and Detroit, is hosting a quarterly showcase at Crossroad’s in Ypsilanti.
Besides the fact that Eastern Michigan University has a beautiful campus, EMU also has great spots to mingle, learn, and have fun with friends and collogues.
One of a freshman’s greatest fears: the dreaded “Freshmen Fifteen.” However, not everyone experiences a dramatic weight gain their first year of college and there are certainly many ways to prevent it.Eastern Michigan University’s professor of Kinesiology at the School of Health Promotion and Human Performance, Dr. Anthony Moreno, believes that in order to prevent the weight gain it is essential to understand why freshmen gain weight.
Every student who has gone through Eastern Michigan University’s First Four Orientation knows how overwhelming it can be.
As a freshman we have all made many memories and many mistakes. Here are nine things that I wish someone would have told me during my freshman year at Eastern Michigan University.
For as long as humans have told stories, there have been cultural obsessions with monsters.
Professors assign required reading that will, most likely, help you grow as a student. Choosing a few books to read on the weekends, however, can help you grow as a person.
College can be expensive with costs of housing, classes, textbooks, meal plans, etc. After paying all of these expenses, it’s hard to find money to pay for decorations for a drab dorm room.
It’s that fun time of year when first year students gather advice from group leaders carrying around flashy signs around campus.
There’s a saying, “Those who can’t do, teach.” However, we know that the two are not mutually exclusive.
Whether you’ve never been to an anime convention before and want your first experience to be closer to home, or you’re a seasoned con veteran looking to fill the winter void with a fun and unique experience, Washi Con may be the event for you.
On Saturday, September 12, Eastern Michigan University will host its third annual international soccer tournament.
Whether you’re getting ready to break out your cozy fleece jacket or your favorite knit top, there is no doubt that the fall is upon us.
Sela Ward once stated, “In this country that grows more food than any other nation on this earth, it is unthinkable that any child should go hungry.” Unfortunately, the case of hunger is alarming here in Washtenaw County, where malnutrition affects one in every seven people.Food Gatherers, an associate of the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks, commemorates Hunger Action Month as a means of spreading awareness on the issue of hunger, and hope to encourage people all over the country to take action and join the movement.Many local opportunities in Washtenaw County have been created to communicate consciousness about hunger.
If there is one thing you can say about our new Interim President, Dr. Kim Schatzel, it is that she sure knows how to throw a party.On Wednesday, September 9, McKenny Hall was bumping with free food, Channel 95.5, dancing cheerleaders, and smiling students eager to meet our Interim President and curious on which direction she will be taking Eastern Michigan University.