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In this progressive world today, more and more businesses are advancing their technical skills and designs. Defined as the act of creation, outovation is, “balancing cutting edge ideas and functional design strategy, resulting in everyday custom masterpieces.” This word can be found on the Kraemer Design Group website. The groups co-founder, Robert Kraemer gave a presentation on Oct. 18 at the College of Business for the 2019 Entrepreneurship Speaker Series.
Ypsilanti City Council voted on Tuesday, Oct. 15 to allow recreational marijuana businesses in the city. The ordinance passed 5-2, with Mayor Pro-Tem Lois Richardson and Councilman Anthony Morgan voting against it.
The Business and Finance Committee allocated a total of $2,684.91 during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Eastern Michigan University President James M. Smith gave his second annual State of the University address to an attendance of roughly 30 faculty, staff, students and community members.
The student organization Active Minds celebrated National Day Without Stigma by hosting “stigma sucks” lobby tables at the Student Center on Oct. 10. Students who pledged to be a stigma fighter received a sucker.
This story was updated upon learning more information at 12:54 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24.
In the early hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club in Greenwich Village. This raid sparked what we now know as the Stonewall Riots, a six-day protest and fight with law enforcement. These riots were just the beginning of the gay rights movement in the United States.
On Sat. October 12, EMU alumnus Todd Tue premiered his film 'When It Breaks' at the State Theatre in Ann Arbor.
Since 2017, The Cream Incorporated, an 501c3 non-profit organization, has been helping out economical and moral edification of all individuals that reside in urban communities. Their main mission is to promote superior scholarship as basic and intellectual achievement. They prioritize their partnership with other organizations for concern over maintenance of high moral and social standards of the urban community.
The Nation, an EMU student organization, sponsored Trap Karaoke in the Student Center Ballroom on Oct. 8. Trap Karaoke is an example of rich history and culture being found on Eastern Michigan University’s campus.
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In the Oct. 8 Senate meeting, Speaker of the House Taylor Lawrence informed the Student Body Government of a pilot program for iClickers.
On Wednesday night, Paint and Pour hosted one of several entirely free EMU Homecoming events at the EMU Student Center. Students attended for a guided painting session of a predrawn EMU-themed canvas. Drinks and snacks were provided as well.
Marygrove College in Detroit will permanently cease to offer courses to current students as well cease admissions after the fall 2019 semester. Students at the Detroit college, which now only offers courses at the graduate level, will be able to complete their degrees at Eastern Michigan University.
Eastern Michigan University’s first ever accessibility crew will take action this winter during the EMU Theatre’s presentation of “Still Life with Iris.” Under the guidance of Elena SV Flys, EMU assistant professor of arts administration, the accessibility crew will help make it possible for patrons with disabilities to enjoy every aspect of the show.
Demeatry Dominick Brooks, who goes by the stage name Vociferous Dom, took home the top prize at the In Living Talent show on Monday, Oct. 7. His vocal and trumpet performance of “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone won him the grand prize trophy and $50 Visa gift card.
The Student Government held a Senate meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8, where it discussed Resolution 106-07, a proposal to allocate money to the EMU Gospel Choirs that was supposed to be allocated the previous school year.
For the past three years, Residence Housing Association (RHA) has hosted the Green & White Ball. This year, however, was extra special, as Eastern Michigan University celebrated its 99th Homecoming.
The LGBT Resource Center (LGBTRC) hosted its annual LGBTailgate on Oct. 9 in honor of homecoming week. At the event, students could enjoy food, friendship and a wide variety of outdoor activities, including corn hole, life-size Jenga, Connect Four and more.
The annual Latin Night celebration took place Oct. 3 at the McKenny Ballroom. Latin Night was put on by the Latinx Student Association (LSA) and sponsored by the Center of Race & Ethnicity.